Novikov: A Downtown Miami Delight

When it comes to restaurants, Downtown Miami’s reputation isn’t exactly pristine. The place is practically a ghost town after work; many restaurants are only open for lunch because dinner crowds can be few and far between. It takes a high-quality restaurant to survive an evening in Downtown Miami.

Based on our recent dining experience, Novikov is here to stay.

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LT Steak & Seafood Serves Up Quality Cuisine

Earlier this year, we had one of our favorite meals ever at The Alley, a pizzeria and gelato concept from The Betsy Hotel. So when the invite came to check out The Betsy’s other restaurant — LT Steak & Seafood — we didn’t hesitate to RSVP. That swift response was warranted: The steak and seafood at LT is not to be missed.

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Tanuki Serves Up a Satisfying Weekend Brunch

We love brunch, and we love Asian cuisine. So when the opportunity arose to experience both these things in one sitting, we couldn’t say no. Tanuki on Miami Beach has made a name for itself with its delicious twists on Japanese and Chinese dishes, and its brunch selections maintain that reputation.

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Azabu Brings Michelin-Starred Cuisine to South of Fifth

Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood is home to some of our favorite restaurants, and now we can add another one to the list: Azabu Miami Beach. The New York-based Michelin-starred sushi restaurant has opened a new outpost inside Stanton South Beach, joining Lolo’s Surf Cantina in providing locals and visitors an assortment of delectable fare.

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Sakura 736: A Fresh Take on Nikkei Cuisine

Nikkei cuisine isn’t new to Miami. Restaurants that fuse Peruvian and Japanese cultures can be found in just about any neighborhood around here. That’s why it takes a lot to stand out above the rest. Miami Beach’s Sakura 736, with its fun flavors and beautiful presentations, is one of the restaurants that’s doing things right.

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