Miami Iconic Dining Rooms
- Hakkasan at the Fontainebleau is unique in its sectioned-off design, allowing diners to enjoy gourmet dim sum in an intimate, secluded setting.
- J&G Grill at the St. Regis Bal Harbour is luxury dining at its finest from its cuisine and design to the scenic views of the ocean.
- Prime One Twelve's dining room is iconic because it's always buzzing as the see-and-be-seen spot. The white leather chairs and warm brick furnishings lend themselves to an always inviting vibe.
- Randazzo's Little Italy on Miracle Mile is the epitome of a family-style Italian spot with the tiled floors, checkered table cloths, and array of photos of famous Italians on the walls.
- Wynwood Kitchen & Bar brings the inspired, artsy district it's located in to the décor with paintings by Christian Awe, a wall mural by Shepard Fairey, and a towering 11-foot sculpture by David Benjamin Sherry.
- Caffe Abbracci's dining room brings elegance as a long-standing institution of Coral Gables and its hand-blown Venetian glass chandelier is unmistakable.
- Ortanique's bright, cheery Caribbean-inspired dining room of yellows and oranges is unlike any other in Miami, even offering a more secluded cabana section.
- One can't think of iconic dining rooms in Miami without thinking of The Forge. Its over-the-top yet whimsical sophistication and elegance make it one of the most beautiful places to dine.
- Villa Azur's simple and clean dining room of whites and silvers is also welcoming in its little homey touches and details.
- A dining experience at Zuma is memorable from the minute one walks in the door- the room is vast and full of interesting design elements all brought together under one roof.
- Barton G. is known to reign supreme when it comes to presentation, and his dining room at the Villa by Barton G. is no exception. Everything is opulent and lavish at the former Versace mansion.
- Christy's dining room is among the top in Miami's power elite, having hosted patrons like Bill Clinton. Its red walls and white tablecloths are as legendary as the steaks.
- The Bazaar by José Andrés, designed by visionary Philippe Starck, is a dream with the octopus-like chandelier hanging overhead and the European-inspired finishes.