In a fantastic curated culinary experience, Art Basel and Andiago teamed up to create an unforgettable dining guide! 

Art Basel took place in Miami Beach from December 2 to 4 and provided an opportunity to see cutting-edge art from more than 250 galleries, fabulous parties, incredible clubs, and VIP pop-ups. However, Miami is also one of the most vibrant food cities in the U.S!  In Andiago, we recommend the trendiest restaurants based on AI tech and authentic experiences. Members share their favorite places that are then shared and discovered with other foodies worldwide. We curated the most delicious dining itinerary with Art Basel, filled with hidden gems and unique experiences. 

Day 1: Miami Beach

Breakfast: Pura Vida

Start your day with a breath of life at this healthy all-day breakfast spot while sitting in the sunny patio overlooking South Pointe Park! They only cook with local organic ingredients.

  • What to order: The loaded açai bowls and superfood smoothies such as the Welcome to Miami with passion fruit, mango, banana, and honey.

Lunch: Abbalé TLV Kitchen

Indulge yourself in a flavorful Israeli, Turkish, Greek, and Columbian fusion and culture. Their leafy green and pastel terrace will have you dreaming! And on Sundays, they offer an all-day brunch menu.

  • What to order: Freshly made falafel pita or the fire-roasted Jerusalem bagel with labneh, preserved lemon tapenade, arugula, cucumber, radish, and pickled onions.

Drinks: Matador Bar

This cozy low-lit bar is unique and wonderful. Its black walnut-paneled walls are covered with colorful matador photos from French photographer Lucien Clergue.

  • What to order: The French 305. The beloved French 75 gets a Miami makeover with St-Germain, Bombay Sapphire, sauvignon blanc, lemon, grapefruit soda, and Key lime.

Dinner: Casa Isola Osteria

This new restaurant from noted chef José Mendín and Brooklyn-born chef Santo Agnello celebrates the best of Italian cuisine with classic recipes in family-style plates. 

  • What to order: The Sunday sauce (made with short rib meatball, pork rib, and Italian sausage, it simmers for eight hours) and the spicy rigatoni alla vodka.

Dat 2: Design District & Wynwood

Breakfast: OTL

Probably one of the coolest vibes cafes with a minimalistic design, making it the best choice for family and friends gatherings. Bonus: breakfast runs all day long! 

  • What to order: The créme-Anglaise-soaked brioche French toast and a matcha latte.

Lunch: Mandolin Aegean Bistro

This restored 1940’s bistro will transport you to Greece with its bungalow-style bathed in white and blue colors. Relax in the popular garden-filled patio over grilled halloumi and Greek wine.

  • What to order: The hummus, house-cut fries with garlic Greek yogurt dipping sauce, and traditional moussaka.

Drinks and dinner: Cervecería La Tropical

Have your drinks and relax too in a 10,000-square-foot botanical garden with shady 30-foot trees, beautiful orchids, and exotic greenery. Built in 1888, it is known to be Cuba’s oldest brewery. 

  • What to order: La Original Ambar Lager, beer can bread served with whipped guava butter, and Cuban sandwich empanadas.

Afterparty: Dante’s HiFi

Super trendy and super fun! Miami’s first record-listening bar inspired by Japan’s vinyl listening rooms is everything you need! Come drink while hearing DJs spin using a top-notch sound system.

  • What to order: A highball featuring Japanese whiskey or the Strange Fruit (vodka, melon liqueur, watermelon rind, cardamom, Chartreuse, citrus, and mint), which arrives in a glass boot.

Day 3: Upper Buena Vista, Allapattah & Brickell

Breakfast: Buena Vista Deli

Start your morning with the sweetest, most delicious pastries! Savor some Croque monsieur or quiche Lorraine at this French bakery and bistro. 

  • What to order: Buttery croissants and napoleons.

Lunch: Leku

While strolling around art galleries, refuel at this fine-dining Basque restaurant. Enjoy staple Basque dishes in the art-dotted dining room, covered terrace, or verdant courtyard.

  • What to order: Pulpo a la Gallega (or Galician-style octopus) and the Iberian pork tartare with mustard and capers.

Caffeine: Panther Coffee

Because coffee is basically sanity in a cup, get that extra bump you need with specialty crafted coffee drinks. Panther does small-batch roasting in Wynwood and Little Haiti.

  • What to order: chai latte is one of the best in the area.

Dinner: NAOE

This Japanese treasure is the only Five-Star restaurant in Miami. With only eight seats inside the restaurant, it is exclusive! Sidle up to the hinoki bar and watch chef/owner Kevin Cory craft exquisite sushi and other memorable dishes.

  • What to order: The omakase menu is the only option because dining here is a one-of-a-kind experience.

Andiago recommends restaurants based on real experiences, not reviews. Our AI provides an innovative way for travelers to discover hidden gems and extraordinary culinary experiences in every destination in the world. Community members share their favorite places in curated Guides that others can share and discover to inspire new foodie adventures.

Download Andiago on the App Store!