Miami’s beaches may be their biggest tourist attractions, but the city has a pretty impressive collection of theme restaurants. From the traveler to the Florida native looking to explore something different, these fun restaurants in Miami will make your night out on the town that much more enjoyable. We have the list of where to eat, but where will you stay while in Miami? If you’re looking for a great place in a great location, check out the Crowne Plaza.
In no particular order, here are five of the best-hidden restaurants in Miami.


[Image: Arson Miami/Facebook]

Sure, the name’s a bit macabre, but the food certainly isn’t. The theme at Arson is fairly self-explanatory, and the menu fits the name perfectly. Featuring a range of different food, each dish is tied together by the Josper grill — a Spanish-style grill that uses charcoal only as its fuel. Oh, and the grill gets up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit.

Popular dishes at Arson include their pork secreto and tagliatelle bathed in squid ink, which may not sound too appetizing, but trust us, it is.

Bazaar Mar

[Image: Bazaar Mar by José Andrés/Facebook]

This is Miami, so this list wouldn’t be complete without at least one seafood-themed restaurant. Bazaar Mar gets mentioned due to it’s incredibly tasteful decorating (sea creatures on the walls built from blue and white tile), exquisite menu and location in the heart of Miami.

Food at Bazaar Mar includes a tapas-style menu with dishes you won’t find in many others places, including a blue crab-topped California funnel cake and oyster po’ boys topped with caviar and Maine lobster croquetas.


[Image: Sarussi Cafe Subs/Facebook]

If you can sell the same monster of a sandwich and still stay in business after more than 50 years, that’s impressive. Sarussi may not have an overwhelming theme like Arson, but for sandwich lovers it’s a can’t-miss eatery.

Their original sandwich is baked ham, roast pork, mozzarella, pickles and their own secret sauce. Plus, it’s 16 inches long! It’s guaranteed to keep you filled all day or be enough to feed you

Read the full original post here authored by Miranda Malanga. You can visit her blog here.

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