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22 of Miami's Best Hotel Restaurants

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Hotel Week has officially started over at our sister site, Curbed Miami. They're putting together maps and guides for the "best pools, penthouse suites, party spots, and —of course— hotel rooms for every budget and taste". What of the dining department, you say? We've got you covered there. In honor of Hotel Week, Eater's compiled a list of Miami's Best Hotel Restaurants. From the classics to the newbies, the upscale to the laid back, here are the hottest hotel spots, in alphabetical order.


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1500 Degrees at Eden Roc

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Another hotspot: 1500 Degrees, a farm-to-table approach steakhouse. Where better to find Paula DaSilva’s legendary cuisine than at the historic Eden Roc?

Azul at Mandarin Oriental

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The raved-about Azul at Mandarin Oriental is highly frequented by tourists and locals alike for its great view and chef Jacob Anaya’s American/Asian fusion dishes. But if you don’t take our word for it perhaps its Forbes Mag five-star rating will reel you in.

Biscayne Tavern at b2 Miami Downtown Hotel

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Get your organic comfort food fix, yes guilt-free, over at the newly opened gastropub, Biscayne Tavern, at the b2 Miami Downtown Hotel. Available will be chef Will Biscoe’s creations and over 30 kinds of craft beers.

Blue Collar Restaurant at Biscayne Inn

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The only motel restaurant to make this list: Blue Collar at the Biscayne Inn. You would never guess it based on its location, but this place has a massive following. All those in favor of American comfort food, say “aye” and run, don't walk, over to owner/chef Daniel Serfer’s spot.

Bourbon Steak at Turnberry Isle Miami

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If you wander over to the North (Aventura), you will find, tucked away inside the Turnberry Isle Miami, chef Michael Mina’s Bourbon Steak (serving up organic, hormone-free, poached meats and seafood). And you will be glad you found it.

Casa Tua at Casa Tua

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A quaint five-suite hotel hosts the Mediterranean Casa Tua. Go for the cozy atmosphere and watch your favorite Italian dishes come out of the open kitchen.

Cecconi's at Soho Beach House

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The Soho Beach House has a gem of its own as well. At the elegant Cecconi’s, you can dine on chef Sergio Sigala’s famed Italian eats.

db Bistro Moderne at JW Marriott

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At db Bistro Moderne you can get a taste of Daniel Boulud’s French fare including a praised charcuterie selection, sirloin burger, the ever-classic foie gras and a hefty wine selection.

Edge, Steak & Bar at Four Seasons

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Steakhouse time hopefully means Edge Steak & Bar time. Here, chef Aaron Brooks delivers tasty meat cuts at an affordable price in a sleek setting.

Florida Cookery at James Royal Palm

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In case you were wondering where the Florida grub’s at, it’s at the James Royal Palm. Helming the kitchen is chef Kris Wessel, who conjures up thoughts of the Everglades with dishes like frog legs, alligator empanadas and the like.

Gotham Steak at Fontainebleau

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Two more words for you, Fontainebleau: Gotham Steak. Other than an enormous wine collection, expect adventurous fresh seafood and steak, prepared to perfection right before your eyes at the open kitchen.

Hakkasan at Fontainebleau

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Also over at the Fontainebleau, drool-worthy Hakkasan brings traditional Cantonese cuisine to the rooftop and serves up some mean Dim Sum. Almost no need to mention the myriad of acolades its received.

Palme d'Or at Bilmore Hotel

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Naturally the historical Biltmore Hotel was to grace this list and its ornate Palme d’Or restaurant as well. Classic ambience, worthy nouveau French cuisine.

Prime One Twelve at Prime

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Prime 112 doles out some of the most awesome steaks in Miami. Their juicy cuts are dry-aged for almost a month, and they’re not slacking in other areas either (see Truffled Lobster Mac n’ Cheese).

Restaurant Michael Schwartz at The Raleigh

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When you take Miami’s famed chef Michael Schwartz, combine him and his simple, seasonal approach to food, add a bunch locally sourced goodness and stir in some lux at the Raleigh, out comes the charming Restaurant Michael Schwartz.

Scarpetta at Fontainebleau

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Arguably one of Miami’s best Italian spots, Scarpetta, helmed by chef Scott Conant, drops jaws with its cuisine as well as its atmosphere and views.

The Bazaar at SLS Hotel

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Glam and more glam at the SLS Hotel meet a menu chockfull of Spanish and Caribbean dishes. Jose Andres’ The Bazaar; need more be said?

The Dutch at W South Beach

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Any concept with the words ‘New York’ and ‘James Beard’ involved has to be something good. Two-time James Beard award winner Andrew Carmellini’s New York-imported brainchild, The Dutch, offers American cuisine with a modern twist, lots of barbecue, beer and bourbon.

The Local House at Sense Beach House

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Step away from the hustle and bustle of South Beach and into the homey Local House at the Sense Hotel. Then you may proceed to gorge on those rave-worthy croquettes or just lounge around in hammocks with your caviar martini. You know you want to.

The Restaurant at The Setai

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Though not by any means an inexpensive dining spot, the chic Restaurant at The Setai has won numerous awards and is praised for its creative Asian dishes.

Toro Toro at Intercontinental

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Chef Richard Sandoval’s serves up classic, but creative Latin American dishes at Toro Toro, the InterContinental’s go to dining spot.

Zuma at Epic Hotel

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Inside the Epic Hotel rests an epic restaurant, Zuma. Expect chef Rainer Becker’s modern Japanese cuisine served in a laid-back dining style known as “izakaya”.

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1500 Degrees at Eden Roc

Another hotspot: 1500 Degrees, a farm-to-table approach steakhouse. Where better to find Paula DaSilva’s legendary cuisine than at the historic Eden Roc?

Azul at Mandarin Oriental

The raved-about Azul at Mandarin Oriental is highly frequented by tourists and locals alike for its great view and chef Jacob Anaya’s American/Asian fusion dishes. But if you don’t take our word for it perhaps its Forbes Mag five-star rating will reel you in.

Biscayne Tavern at b2 Miami Downtown Hotel

Get your organic comfort food fix, yes guilt-free, over at the newly opened gastropub, Biscayne Tavern, at the b2 Miami Downtown Hotel. Available will be chef Will Biscoe’s creations and over 30 kinds of craft beers.

Blue Collar Restaurant at Biscayne Inn

The only motel restaurant to make this list: Blue Collar at the Biscayne Inn. You would never guess it based on its location, but this place has a massive following. All those in favor of American comfort food, say “aye” and run, don't walk, over to owner/chef Daniel Serfer’s spot.

Bourbon Steak at Turnberry Isle Miami

If you wander over to the North (Aventura), you will find, tucked away inside the Turnberry Isle Miami, chef Michael Mina’s Bourbon Steak (serving up organic, hormone-free, poached meats and seafood). And you will be glad you found it.

Casa Tua at Casa Tua

A quaint five-suite hotel hosts the Mediterranean Casa Tua. Go for the cozy atmosphere and watch your favorite Italian dishes come out of the open kitchen.

Cecconi's at Soho Beach House

The Soho Beach House has a gem of its own as well. At the elegant Cecconi’s, you can dine on chef Sergio Sigala’s famed Italian eats.

db Bistro Moderne at JW Marriott

At db Bistro Moderne you can get a taste of Daniel Boulud’s French fare including a praised charcuterie selection, sirloin burger, the ever-classic foie gras and a hefty wine selection.

Edge, Steak & Bar at Four Seasons

Steakhouse time hopefully means Edge Steak & Bar time. Here, chef Aaron Brooks delivers tasty meat cuts at an affordable price in a sleek setting.

Florida Cookery at James Royal Palm

In case you were wondering where the Florida grub’s at, it’s at the James Royal Palm. Helming the kitchen is chef Kris Wessel, who conjures up thoughts of the Everglades with dishes like frog legs, alligator empanadas and the like.

Gotham Steak at Fontainebleau

Two more words for you, Fontainebleau: Gotham Steak. Other than an enormous wine collection, expect adventurous fresh seafood and steak, prepared to perfection right before your eyes at the open kitchen.

Hakkasan at Fontainebleau

Also over at the Fontainebleau, drool-worthy Hakkasan brings traditional Cantonese cuisine to the rooftop and serves up some mean Dim Sum. Almost no need to mention the myriad of acolades its received.

Palme d'Or at Bilmore Hotel

Naturally the historical Biltmore Hotel was to grace this list and its ornate Palme d’Or restaurant as well. Classic ambience, worthy nouveau French cuisine.