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15 Exciting Wynwood Restaurants to Try Right Now

Where to eat, drink, and order dessert in Wynwood

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A slice of Prince Street Pizza from the Oasis.
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The perpetually hip neighborhood of Wynwood might look a bit different these days, but its still a popular spot for some of Miami’s best restaurants, and these 15 restaurant and bars are a great starting point.

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The Sylvester

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Housed in the former Bardot space, The Sylvester “pays homage to old and new Miami” with cocktails and bites from the Beaker & Gray team like the “Vaxxxed & Waxxxed” made with Don Julio Blanco, Vida mezcal, Chinola passion fruit, and habanero bitters. The space also keeps with the Miami theme in decor boasting colorful vintage wallpaper, tropical touches, repurposed antique furniture, alongside games including a pool table, pinball machine, foosball, and plenty of board games.

Spanglish Craft Cocktail Bar + Kitchen

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Named after Miami’s “unofficial” langue of Spanglish, a hybrid of English and Spanish often heard in the Magic City, the chic bar and lounge boasts Instagram-worthy drinks like the Spanglish and Chill, a tequila-based cocktail with strawberry infused sweet vermouth, tangerine, lemon, and pink peppercorn, served in a “popcorn bag” topped with caramel popcorn and chicharrón dust; alongside creative bites like octopus croquettes, Caribbean dumplings, and wagyu beef ravioli.

Hiyakawa Miami

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This architecturally stunning restaurant serves pristine sushi that’s almost as beautiful as its surroundings. The menu is an ode to Japanese cuisine with a variety of a la carte fried dishes, soups, appetizers, and seasonal sushi, nigiri, and handrolls offered by the piece. But the highlight of the menu is the omakase meals, which rings in at $175 per person, and offers three appetizers, 12 pieces of nigiri, one maki, miso soup, and dessert.

Beaker & Gray

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This neighborhood mainstay features a global-menu with items like cheeseburger croquettes,

crispy yucca, and pumpkin gnocchi, along with a award-winning bar program led by Ben Potts that serves drinks with tongue-in-cheek names like Ginstagram and Green Gremlin.

Zak the Baker

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Get that carb fix at Miami’s most popular bakery. Fill up croissants, challah, and loaves of breads, along with other deli fare like salads, pastas, and more. Expect long lines at times, but trust us, the wait is worth it.

This aptly named omakase-style restaurant is literally “hidden” behind a taco shop in Wynwood. Once guests enter with a numeric code (provided when the reservation is made) they encounter an intimate, eight-seat restaurant serving up a 18 dish menu featuring small Japanese appetizers, sashimi, and nigiri, all made with seasonal ingredients brought in from Japan, paired with sake, Sochu beer and wine to wash it down with. Make sure to reserve early as seats book out months in advance. 

KYU has made a name for itself creating an Asian menu with a barbecue twist. Think wood-fired meats, unique dishes like brisket lettuce wraps and duck “burnt ends,” and sushi, all housed in a lively and industrial setting. Oh, and don’t miss that Martha Stewart approved coconut cake for dessert.

The Taco Stand

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This colorful taqueria in the heart of Wynwood features an assortment of classic tacos like pastor and fish varieties, along with quesadillas, carne asada fries, and breakfast options.

This Austin import — which is described by many as “altering the city’s culinary identity” — has found a home in Wynwood. The menu features creative sushi and sashimi made with fish flown in daily from the Tsukiji market, as well as makimono, yakimono, agemono, and other Japanese dishes in a chic and serene atmosphere. For those who want to give the entire menu a try, they can opt for the 10-course chef’s tasting, a six-course signature tasting, and a six-course vegetarian tasting.

Le Chick Miami

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This Amsterdam implant is best known for its famous fried chicken and decadent burgers. Get the Royale with cheese if a burger is on the brain or opt for some barbecue ribs, rotisserie chicken, or lobster mac ‘n cheese for those craving something decadent. Don’t worry, lighter fare like cucumber salads and smoked salmon dip can be found on the menu, too.

Ono Poke Shop

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Ono Poke’s concise menu of poke bowls — which boast Japanese technique and Hawaiian flavors — offers create-your-own varieties using the same caliber of fish used at some of Miami’s top seafood restaurants. And while the seafood is the star, don’t skimp on its eclectic and vast array of toppings, like crispy scallions, wasabi aioli, spicy red wakame, and more, that take the poke bowls to the next level. 

Oasis Wynwood

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This 35,000-square-foot outdoor venue offers a lively atmosphere and a rotating lineup of performers from local names to headline making acts. Bands take the stage to perform everything from hip hop to classic rock and reggae every Friday through Sunday, while the outdoor food hall lineup is just as eclectic ranging from dumplings, to pizza, to Mediterranean bites. 

The Salty

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The shop that is credited for sparking Miami’s doughnut craze in 2015 still continues to be as popular as ever. Serving up elaborate and decadent sweet creations like guava and cheese or maple bacon doughnuts keep the fan base loyal, while its frequent limited-edition flavors and creations (announced via social media) keep diners coming back for more.

1-800-Lucky

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Wynwood’s only food hall boasts seven Asian restaurants serving everything from sushi, to pulled noodles, to Peking duck to the Instagram friendly Taiyaki, the Japanese fish-shaped ice cream cones. The space even boasts a full bar and even music on the weekends on its outdoor patio.

Freehold Miami

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This Brooklyn import, which describes itself as “reminiscent of a bustling boutique hotel — without the actual hotel rooms,” boasts two eateries and an on-site “lobby” bar. The front cafe features coffee and small bites, while the Lobby Bar boasts a full menu and bar, along with happy hour and evening programming. Diners can also grab a slice of New York style pies at The Pizza Shop, a space inspired by NYC slice shops of the 70s. Led by Anthony Falco, who hails from New York pizza shop Robertas, it offers a menu of thin and crispy style pies served in red booths and backlit by hanging stained glass lamps.

The Sylvester

Housed in the former Bardot space, The Sylvester “pays homage to old and new Miami” with cocktails and bites from the Beaker & Gray team like the “Vaxxxed & Waxxxed” made with Don Julio Blanco, Vida mezcal, Chinola passion fruit, and habanero bitters. The space also keeps with the Miami theme in decor boasting colorful vintage wallpaper, tropical touches, repurposed antique furniture, alongside games including a pool table, pinball machine, foosball, and plenty of board games.

Spanglish Craft Cocktail Bar + Kitchen

Named after Miami’s “unofficial” langue of Spanglish, a hybrid of English and Spanish often heard in the Magic City, the chic bar and lounge boasts Instagram-worthy drinks like the Spanglish and Chill, a tequila-based cocktail with strawberry infused sweet vermouth, tangerine, lemon, and pink peppercorn, served in a “popcorn bag” topped with caramel popcorn and chicharrón dust; alongside creative bites like octopus croquettes, Caribbean dumplings, and wagyu beef ravioli.

Hiyakawa Miami

This architecturally stunning restaurant serves pristine sushi that’s almost as beautiful as its surroundings. The menu is an ode to Japanese cuisine with a variety of a la carte fried dishes, soups, appetizers, and seasonal sushi, nigiri, and handrolls offered by the piece. But the highlight of the menu is the omakase meals, which rings in at $175 per person, and offers three appetizers, 12 pieces of nigiri, one maki, miso soup, and dessert.

Beaker & Gray

This neighborhood mainstay features a global-menu with items like cheeseburger croquettes,

crispy yucca, and pumpkin gnocchi, along with a award-winning bar program led by Ben Potts that serves drinks with tongue-in-cheek names like Ginstagram and Green Gremlin.

Zak the Baker

Get that carb fix at Miami’s most popular bakery. Fill up croissants, challah, and loaves of breads, along with other deli fare like salads, pastas, and more. Expect long lines at times, but trust us, the wait is worth it.

Hiden

This aptly named omakase-style restaurant is literally “hidden” behind a taco shop in Wynwood. Once guests enter with a numeric code (provided when the reservation is made) they encounter an intimate, eight-seat restaurant serving up a 18 dish menu featuring small Japanese appetizers, sashimi, and nigiri, all made with seasonal ingredients brought in from Japan, paired with sake, Sochu beer and wine to wash it down with. Make sure to reserve early as seats book out months in advance. 

KYU

KYU has made a name for itself creating an Asian menu with a barbecue twist. Think wood-fired meats, unique dishes like brisket lettuce wraps and duck “burnt ends,” and sushi, all housed in a lively and industrial setting. Oh, and don’t miss that Martha Stewart approved coconut cake for dessert.

The Taco Stand

This colorful taqueria in the heart of Wynwood features an assortment of classic tacos like pastor and fish varieties, along with quesadillas, carne asada fries, and breakfast options.

Uchi

This Austin import — which is described by many as “altering the city’s culinary identity” — has found a home in Wynwood. The menu features creative sushi and sashimi made with fish flown in daily from the Tsukiji market, as well as makimono, yakimono, agemono, and other Japanese dishes in a chic and serene atmosphere. For those who want to give the entire menu a try, they can opt for the 10-course chef’s tasting, a six-course signature tasting, and a six-course vegetarian tasting.

Le Chick Miami

This Amsterdam implant is best known for its famous fried chicken and decadent burgers. Get the Royale with cheese if a burger is on the brain or opt for some barbecue ribs, rotisserie chicken, or lobster mac ‘n cheese for those craving something decadent. Don’t worry, lighter fare like cucumber salads and smoked salmon dip can be found on the menu, too.

Ono Poke Shop

Ono Poke’s concise menu of poke bowls — which boast Japanese technique and Hawaiian flavors — offers create-your-own varieties using the same caliber of fish used at some of Miami’s top seafood restaurants. And while the seafood is the star, don’t skimp on its eclectic and vast array of toppings, like crispy scallions, wasabi aioli, spicy red wakame, and more, that take the poke bowls to the next level. 

Oasis Wynwood

This 35,000-square-foot outdoor venue offers a lively atmosphere and a rotating lineup of performers from local names to headline making acts. Bands take the stage to perform everything from hip hop to classic rock and reggae every Friday through Sunday, while the outdoor food hall lineup is just as eclectic ranging from dumplings, to pizza, to Mediterranean bites. 

The Salty

The shop that is credited for sparking Miami’s doughnut craze in 2015 still continues to be as popular as ever. Serving up elaborate and decadent sweet creations like guava and cheese or maple bacon doughnuts keep the fan base loyal, while its frequent limited-edition flavors and creations (announced via social media) keep diners coming back for more.

1-800-Lucky

Wynwood’s only food hall boasts seven Asian restaurants serving everything from sushi, to pulled noodles, to Peking duck to the Instagram friendly Taiyaki, the Japanese fish-shaped ice cream cones. The space even boasts a full bar and even music on the weekends on its outdoor patio.

Freehold Miami

This Brooklyn import, which describes itself as “reminiscent of a bustling boutique hotel — without the actual hotel rooms,” boasts two eateries and an on-site “lobby” bar. The front cafe features coffee and small bites, while the Lobby Bar boasts a full menu and bar, along with happy hour and evening programming. Diners can also grab a slice of New York style pies at The Pizza Shop, a space inspired by NYC slice shops of the 70s. Led by Anthony Falco, who hails from New York pizza shop Robertas, it offers a menu of thin and crispy style pies served in red booths and backlit by hanging stained glass lamps.

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