10 Best New Restaurants In Miami

Paige Mastrandrea & Annie Kurnick

Here are the best new Miami restaurants from 2021-2022.


Brick and Mortar cocktail from The Key Club. PHOTO COURTESY OF GROOT HOSPITALITY



Dirty French

New from Major Food Group, this elevated steakhouse delivers all the classics with the inimitable MFG flair. From chicken and crepes to Cajun snapper or an indulgent wagyu tomahawk, you’re promised to receive a five-star hospitality experience in one of Miami’s sexiest settings. 1200 Brickell Ave., Miami, dirtyfrench.com

The Key Club

The latest in Groot Hospitality’s ever-expanding portfolio, this Coconut Grove-based eatery offers the best of elevated American cuisine—think chips and caviar, crab and artichoke dip, and steak frites—all in an alluring setting indicative of Groot Hospitality’s brand ethos. 3015 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, thekeyclub.com

Abbalè Telavivian Kitchen

Quickly becoming one of the city’s most coveted restaurants for genuine Israeli fare, chef Samuel Gorenstein introduces Miami to the rich flavors of Israel, Turkey, Greece and Colombia at his beloved Abbalè Telavivian Kitchen. 864 Commerce St., Miami Beach, abbatlvkitchen.com


Sunset Harbour’s newest Paris transplant is not only one of the most beautiful destinations in town but also one of the most delicious, dishing out Asian- Mediterranean cuisine from Miami’s famed chef Jose Mendin. 1801 West Ave., Miami Beach, molokomiami.com


Taking on the theme of a Cuban American diner, Chug’s invites the Coconut Grove neighborhood to savor a decadently curated brunch, flavorful burgers, fresh pastries and beyond while nestled in an elegant yet comfortable sanctuary. 3444 Main Highway, Ste. 21, Miami, chugsdiner.com


Sexy Fish’s beloved Miami cheesecake dessert. PHOTO COURTESY OF SEXY FISH MIAMI

Sexy Fish

From London to Miami, Sexy Fish has quickly become one of the hardest reservations to secure in the city, specializing in seafood and an over-the-top experience complete with high-level mixology and surrounded by covetable pieces of artwork in a one-of-a-kind setting. 1001 S. Miami Ave., Miami, sexyfishmiami.com

Luca Osteria

Dishing out Italian staple dishes from pasta pomodoro and limone to cacio e pepe and bucatini all’amatriciana, Luca Osteria invites the people of Coral Gables to experience an indulgent menu that unifies Italy’s timeless spirit with a contemporary flair. 116 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables, lucamiami.com


This New York brunch transplant has made a splash in Miami in the heart of Coconut Grove, brimming with bagel towers, lox galore, homemade latkes and fluffy French toast that will check all the boxes of your brunch cravings along with a mimosa in hand. 3321 Mary St., Miami, sadelles.com


Serving as the ultimate destination for a meze dining experience inspired by the bold flavors of the Mediterranean region, Doya touches down in Wynwood with its wood-fired fare, zesty dips and mouthwatering meats. 347 NW 24th St., Miami, doyarestaurant.com


Osteria Morini dining room and bar. PHOTO BY MICHAEL PISARRI


Osteria Morini

From decadent charcuterie and cured sliced meats to housemade pasta, New York City’s beloved Osteria Morini restaurant arrives in Miami Beach to bring the art of casual Italian cuisine and authentic soul food to the city’s foodies. 1750 Alton Road, Miami Beach, osteriamorini.com/miami


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