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Brickell’s best neighborhood eats

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Brickell has some of the best places to eat in all of Miami. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the wide variety of food stops here from the best fine dining restaurants to casual eateries and everything else in between. 

Here are some select options for you to try the next time you’re looking for the best restaurants in Brickell, Miami.

Fine dining

LPM Restaurant & Bar
1300 Brickell Bay Drive

This establishment has a laid-back atmosphere that distinguishes it from standard fine dining restaurants. It doesn’t have a strict dress code, although you’d probably look out of place in shorts, t-shirt, and flip-flops. Other than that, there’s a real emphasis on enjoying food, drink, and good company. 

The menu celebrates simple French food, executed to the highest standards. There’s more than a hint of Provence about the items but the restaurant is not above serving French fries – only that this will be garnished with garlic and rosemary. 

Open seven days a week for dinner, it could well top off a great day or be the start of an even greater night. 

The River Oyster Bar
33 Southeast 7th Street

There’s nothing pretentious about this restaurant. It’s simply dedicated to providing some of the finest seafood dishes in the neighborhood. The food is sourced from local fishermen and farmers to ensure sustainability and support local producers. That’s why you can be assured of the freshest, high-quality seafood meals available. 

Oysters are the obvious specialties here but this dining spot has other exciting menu options, such as the octopus. There’s turf as well as surf so it’s easy to go in a group where not everyone might enjoy seafood. 

Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, with Happy Hour from 4:30 PM to 7 PM featuring oysters at half price. 

600 Brickell Avenue

Craving Chinese food? This upscale Chinese restaurant on Brickell Avenue will not disappoint. The food and presentation are likely to exceed your expectations. The specialty here is the Flaming Duck, prepared by Chef and Barbecue Master Martin Yak, so expect this dish to ignite your taste buds in an explosion of flavor. 

The restaurant itself is set in a chic modern environment with music provided by Miami’s finest DJs. Then again, vintage Chinese bricks for the interiors and delectable Northern Chinese cuisine balance the concept of what the restaurant refers to as Chinese “yin” meeting Miami’s “yang.” 

Healthy living options
Brickell branch: 1250 South Miami Avenue

Even if you’re an obligate carnivore, there’s no reason why you wouldn’t enjoy a meal at Happea’s. The food offerings here are described as Mediterranean-Latin fusion and, at the same time, are proudly plant-based. The menu features a myriad of choices that will make you forget your meat cravings. Have an Avocado Toast for brunch or try the Golden Cauliflower to ready your appetite for the bigger meals. There’s the 60g of Protein Bowl to fill you up then complement it with an Almond Bliss Smoothie. 

Visit the Brickell branch starting at around brunch time or order online – eating healthy is within easy reach. 

If you’d like to know more about where else to eat in Brickell or if you plan to move here, the team of Nexxos Realty is here to help. You can reach us at 786.210.3562 or leave a message here. We’d love to hear from you.

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