For a while now, we’ve been looking for good ramen in Miami. The ones we’ve come across have ranged from good to okay to “not for us.” It wasn’t until recently that we found one that stands out above the rest. If you’ve been searching for a bowl of heaven on earth – plus other Japanese delights — look no further than Buya Izakaya + Yakitori in Wynwood.
“Bar Spanglish now serves weekend brunch.” Those were all the words we needed to hear to book it to the Wynwood restaurant. The cool craft cocktail bar and kitchen has now expanded its offerings to offer weekend warriors a chance to recharge after a night out or continue dehydrating responsibly.
In Wynwood, restaurants are a dime a dozen. You can’t walk a block without running into some sort of eatery or cafe. But among the many concepts in the neighborhood, there’s something that’s long been missing: a sports bar. And not just any sports bar — a damn good one.
Let’s face the facts: Dining out can be an expensive experience. Thanks to Miami Spice, though, it doesn’t have to be. You can easily dine at some of the city’s best restaurants for a fraction of the cost for two months. As a diner, it’s in your best interests to pick places normally out of your price range. For us, one of those places is Alter.
There’s no shortage of Italian restaurants in Miami. You can find a bunch in just about every neighborhood. But here’s the thing: They’re not all good. Sette Osteria is good — heck, it’s great. At first glance, the menu might seem like the usual stuff you can find anywhere else, but Sette Osteria does them all so well. By the end of our meal, we were beyond satisfied. And you will be, too.