Coconut Grove, Miami’s oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood, was founded in 1873 by a mix of pioneers, artists, intellectuals and adventurers. The ‘tropical oasis’ of Coconut Grove thrives to this day as Miami’s relaxing escape from the stress of day-to-day life. Coconut Grove is nestled in the middle of Miami yet it is quaint and distinct from other areas. Here’s our guide to the best restaurants in the area.
No restaurant is more passionate about offering the freshest, organic and local ingredients than Lulu. Here, they make their own mustard, they use free range eggs, smoke their salmon, grind their meat for burgers, and bake their breads and pastries. They even infuse their own vodkas and offer organic wines. Lulu is the image of what an outdoor sidewalk restaurant should be, and they believe that every customer is an important visitor.