The Best Restaurants In Edgewater, Miami

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9 February 2017

Welcome to Edgewater, a beautiful and historic residential area in South East Miami, near Biscayne Bay. This day and age, it seems as if there are restaurants springing up from the ground almost over night. People want to eat out and they want their money to go far, and those in the business are paying attention. Restaurant owners, chefs, residents…virtually everybody is feeling the wave of new flavors and creative approaches to cuisine that are playing a role in the evolution of South Florida’s diverse mix of culinary cultures. Here, Culture Trip has prepared a list of Edgewater’s best eateries; one which we hope will be helpful to you on your next night out in the 305.

Latin Cafe 2000

Latin Cafe 2000 has three restaurants in the Miami area, one of the most popular being their Biscayne Blvd location. Fresh ingredients and masterful culinary expertise add up to an authentic and delicious meal every time. This is the go-to place for upscale Latin cuisine at a very reasonable price. The location is elegant and inviting, and the patrons are loyal. They know good food when they’re served it! Latin Cafe also offers catering with versatility, showcasing their artistic culinary creations in both a buffet style, and formal sit down events.

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NoVe Kichen and Bar

Restaurant, Sushi, $$$
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Sushi lovers rejoice, Edgewater has something special for you! There’s average sushi and then there’s NoVe; they are so confident in their talented chefs that guarantee you will come back. Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada takes over two decades in his training of traditional Japanese cuisine and adds it to his immeasurable knowledge of international cuisines to bring customers a seasonal menu that changes twice a year, ensuring that you will never get bored of the same flavors.

Sabor A Peru

Sabor A Peru is the type of place that you might stumble across unwittingly after a morning of shopping in Edgewater. It all starts with someone saying something along the lines of ‘Peruvian food sounds nice, let’s try it’. And so you do, learning shortly thereafter what a brilliant find you just discovered. One of their most popular dishes is the Cau Cau de Mariscos, a dish prepared with fresh chili, fresh seafood (squid, octopus, shrimp and mussels), potatoes, vegetables and aromatic mint that it gives a special touch. The menu is extensive and, yes of course, they have an amazing Peruvian Ceviche.

2923 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL, USA +1 305 573 6736

Bunbury Miami

Bar, Argentina, American, Wine, Beer, $$$
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This is one for those who enjoy a restaurant with a homey atmosphere and excellent service. The space is dark and cozy, with playful touches like lighthearted comic strips decorating the walls. The founders of Bunbury recognized an opportunity to capitalize on a growing niche market that wasn’t being served in the Wynwood/Edgewater community, the need for a trendy little Argentinian American wine bar with good food. They’ve had immense success since their opening in 2014 and they are firmly committed to being THE chill spot with good food, wine, and atmosphere.

Bin No. 18

Bar, European, $$$
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Chef Owner Alfredo Patino describes his restaurant’s as being ‘European Roadside Cuisine’. The trendy, chic people of Edgewater and Wynwood love a good bistro with European charm and excellent wine. Bin No. 18 explores a spectrum of artisan dishes, including the taste of the Riviera urban cuisine. The eggplant bruschetta is an amazing starter, and pairs nicely with a glass of California’s finest Cabernet Sauvignon. Patino plans on opening up a new French Spot along 79th street, so keep you’re eyes peeled.


Our guide of groovy eateries takes us from the north end of Edgewater, where Bin No. 18 is located, to the southern end, near the Miami Marriott at Biscayne Bay. Mignonette is the name of the place, and seafood is what they specialize in. Nobody in the neighborhood can compete with chefs Daniel Surfer and Bobby Frank, as they combine their extensive knowledge and experience to deliver the most authentic and delicious seafood from the kitchen to your plate. We highly recommend an order of fresh oysters to start. For fish connoisseurs we suggest ordering the pan roasted grouper, which comes with a czarina sauce that will rock your world.

210 NE 18th St, Miami, FL, USA +1 305 374 4635

The Daily Creative Food Company

The Daily Creative Food Company in South Edgewater specializes in two things: gourmet breakfast, and custom made creations that go between two slices of bread. There is no debate, if you’re in the neighborhood looking to go out for either of these then The Daily Creative Food Company is your only choice. Loaded home fries, with crispy bacon and over-easy eggs, is the definition of a hearty and delicious meal. For a full list of their famous sandwiches click here.

2001 Biscayne Blvd #109, Miami, FL, USA +1 305 573 4535

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