Hello, how are you? Today, Miami Design District will show you the Best Hotels to eat during Basel Art in Miami!
When we think about Miami we think about different cultures, night life, beach, summer and a lot of fun. If you are planning of going to this amazing city to visit the Art Basel you need to know where to eat in Miami.
Here are some of the Best Restaurants to eat during Art Basel in Miami:
Taking over the kitchens at Yardbird this season, Chef Clay Miller plans to uphold the restaurant’s reputation for down home favorites like crisp fried chicken, tender shrimp and grits and addictive fried green tomatoes that keep patrons lining up seven nights a week. Weekend brunches bring in fans from nearby Lincoln Road Mall who dine indoors or out at the busy sidewalk tables where small dogs and toddlers don’t seem to faze the friendly waitstaff.
1600 Lenox Avenue, South Beach
Khong River House
1661 Meridian Avenue, South Beach, 305-763-8147
Creating a unique fusion of regional Asian fare, Khong River House brings all the flavors of the Mekong River to South Beach.
Southeast Asian tastes, ingredients and cooking techniques inform the menu that finds its roots in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. Served in an artfully rustic dining loft located just off Lincoln Road Mall, the restaurant offers artfully crafted weekend brunches, hearty lunches and inspiring suppers seven days a week. Chef Sudarat Loasupho – affectionaltely known as “MaMa Pai” – leads an adept culinary team through the composition of Banh Mi sandwiches, noodle & rice dishes and one plate meals that are best shared with a table filled with foodie friends.
Joe’s Stone Crab
11 Washington Avenue, South Beach, 305-673-0365
Stone crab season runs from October through May and this classic Miami Beach dining room serves the best crabs in town to a crowd more than willing to wait in line for a taste of the ocean’s bounty. Much like celebrity Chef Anthony Bourdain, Joe’s has No Reservations. While insiders debate about the loaded handshake that might transport savvy diners to the front of the line, we find it’s best to visit at lunch or early evening to sample the coveted claws, crisp fried chicken, onion-filled Lyonnaise potatoes, steamy clam chowder and chilled Key Lime Pie that have made Joe’s Stone Crab a South Beach landmark since 1913.
De Rodriguez Cuba on Ocean
101-B Ocean Drive, South Beach, 305-672-6624
Miami is filled with workmanlike renditions of Latin American cuisine from humble Cuban storefronts to tiny South American bistros. While the local ex-pat community may frown upon attempts to create upscale fusions of their native dishes, Chef Douglas Rodriguez elevates the simple to the sublime every night of the week at his eponymous restaurant De Rodriguez Cuba on Ocean. From sparkling ceviche to savory croquettes and empanadas, the essential home made quality of each offering remains intact while his clever flavor profiles take it to new heights. Enjoy the best of the Nuevo Latino scene including a heady sangria Sunday brunch at De Rodriguez at the Hilton Bentley Hotel.
Osteria del Teatro
1443 Washington Avenue, South Beach, 305-538-7850
Servers who know the ins-and-outs of running a dining room set the stage at this classic 25-year-old Miami Beach Temple of Italian cuisine perched on the edge of one of the most thumping dance clubs in the city. This ironic pairing of the old and the new captures what is best about South Beach and what makes Osteria work. While the menu is a comprehensive collection of traditional pastas, seafood and meats, the daily specials posted on the blackboard make it difficult to bother reading any further.