From Asian-inspired dining in Wynwood to seaside tacos on Collins Avenue, Miami’s restaurant scene has exploded in recent years and is stronger than ever. Here are five restaurants that will guide you through some of the city’s best eating.Read More
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My Ceviche Brickell
Serving excellent ceviche in a simple, fast-casual setting, this is the kind of place you could visit for lunch daily. Try the ceviche in aji amarillo topped with peanuts with a Negra Modelo, with a smooth taste that will balance the lime’s acid.
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Chef Bradley Kilgore Asian-influenced American cuisine is a must-visit while in Wynwood. His short ribs pair perfectly with Negra Modelo; the lager's caramel malts add an extra depth of flavor to the ribs.
Cake Thai Kitchen
A small, family-run restaurant on MiMo serves what may be the best Thai food in Miami, with especially excellent shellfish. Try a Negra Modelo with the green papaya salad with crab; the beer’s slight hint of sweetness pairs nicely with the mild, cucumber-like flavor of the green papaya.
Made with Masienda blue corn, these are the best tacos on Collins Avenue. Grab a quick bite of tongue, grasshopper, or tacos al pastor after a day on the beach. The spiced chapulines — that’s the grasshoppers — match wonderfully with a Negra Modelo, as the lager’s subtle hint of sweetness forms a tasty contrast with the saltiness of the grasshoppers.
Bachour Bakery + Bistro
Antonio Bachour, the pastry chef at Miami’s St. Regis, is opening his own bakery on Brickell Avenue in November. Negra Modelo, with a slight sweetness from its liberal use of roasted caramel malts, pairs well with Bachour's diverse desserts.
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