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Miami is just right for al fresco dining: with perfect beach weather and more paradise patios than you can count. In particular, Brickell, Coconut Grove, Little Haiti and Little Havana offer an urban atmosphere with authentic ethnic cuisines. Here are our ten suggestions for eating outside in this Florida city.
Juvia is located in the penthouse of the Herzog & de Mueron parking building on Lincoln Avenue, and accessible only by a private elevator. Guests get a 360-degree unobstructed view of the Atlantic ocean and South Beach’s famed Art Deco District from its patio, which also has a vertical garden designed by botanist, Patrick Blanc. Juvia’s menu offers Euro-Asian-Latin cuisine with an abundant selection of ceviches, tiraditos, fresh seafood and prime meats served both tapas-style and as main plates.
Located in the Delano, one of Miami’s chic Art Deco hotels, Bianca offers a classic and eclectic mix of dining options and atmosphere. Executive Chef Brian Massie showcases his culinary talent through dishes such as seared swordfish, handmade pomodoro, squid ink tagliolini and tuna pizza. The outdoor patio at Bianca is stylish and sophisticated. Tables overlook a grand courtyard centered around a large rectangular pool lined by white cabanas and trees decorated with glowing lanterns An over-sized chess board can also be seen adding to a slight Alice in Wonderland vibe.
Bianca, 1685 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, United States, +1 (305) 674-5752