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The Most Expensive Restaurants In Miami
If you’re anything like myself, you’ve pretty much outgrown going to Wet Willies, walking up and down Collins Avenue, and standing on tiny couches inside of Liv. But who doesn’t love Miami weather and its beaches? Here’s a new reason to take a weekend trip to Florida, check out our list of the most expensive restaurants in Miami.
NAOE is a Japanese restaurant that has garnered the coveted Forbes Travel Guide Five Star located in Brickell Key. Their menu changes each day so every dining experience is different at NAOE.
Zuma is also a Japanese restaurant in Miami that has a sleek minimalistic location that sits over the Miami River. Many of the dishes are shareable and customers boast how great their desserts are.
3. Nobu Miami
Next time you visit Miami, Nobu is one of the must-see restaurants to add to your itineraries. Also part of the five- star hotel Nobu Hotel Miami Beach, which features beach – front property and an on-site spa, Nobu can become a weekend experience for any sun and sushi lover.
4. Cipriani Downtown Miami
Cipriani Downtown Miami is one of the best and high-end restaurants that serves scrumptious italian and japanese food.
5. Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina
Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina is known as one of the best steakhouses in the country. It also offers hormone-free beef, lamb, pork, and other organic dishes.
6. Pao by Paul Qui
The atmosphere in Pao by Paul Qui is quite elegant and known for its lavish decorations. The signature cocktail is quite famous among the customers and is served in a copper unicorn mug.
Hakkasan is a Chinese restaurant. The place is quite famous for its Cantonese cuisine. The most famous course is a wild mushroom with noodles, stir-fried lobster, and jasmine tea with smoked ribs.
8. Il Gabbiano
If you want to get authentic Italian cuisine without traveling to Italy, Il Gabbiano is the place. Located on Miami’s Biscayne Blvd, customers enjoy dining on pasta and drinking wine on Miami’s waterfront.
9. Prime 112
Prime 112 located in the Brown’s Hotel is a traditional high-end steak house. A staple in the Miami dining scene, customers from far and wide consider this to be one of the best dining experiences in the world.
10. Barton G
Barton G is known for its unique menu. The surrounding is welcoming and the food is mouth-watering. You can also make reservations for private events.