Top Best Sushi Places & Restaurants in Miramar

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Top Best Sushi Places & Restaurants in Miramar

Azabu Miami Beach
Azabu Miami Beach
4.2 (228 ratings)
This intimate hotel eatery features sushi crafted from fresh-from-Japan fish plus cocktails.
161 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
Japanese restaurantAsian restaurantSushi restaurant
Mentioned by PureWow
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"This Michelin-starred concept from NYC is split between an elegant dining room, a chic cocktail bar and an 11-seat secluded sushi den inspired by a Tokyo izakaya. In any setting, you’ll sup on some unforgettable fish. We’re big fans of the salmon tataki drizzled in a kelp dashi dressing."
Mentioned by PureWow
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"This Michelin-starred concept from NYC is split into an elegant dining room, a chic cocktail bar and an 11-seat secluded sushi den inspired by a Tokyo izakaya. In any setting, you’ll sup on some unforgettable fish. We’re big fans of the salmon tataki drizzled in a kelp dashi dressing."
S3-Sun Surf Sand
S3-Sun Surf Sand
4.4 (1540 ratings)
Upscale eatery serving locally sourced New American & coastal cuisine, along with sushi & drinks.
505 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd Suite S, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304, USA
New American restaurantAmerican restaurantSeafood restaurantSmall plates restaurantSteak houseSushi restaurant
Mentioned by Luxury Travel Blogger - Carmen Edelson
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"S3-Sun Surf Sand at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort takes oceanfront dining to a whole new level with their unique fusion of steak, seafood, and sushi dishes. You can expect an upscale, casual-chic vibe with breathtaking views of Fort Lauderdale Beach. S3’s sushi bar is one-one-a-kind and their menu is always locally-sourced with seasonal offerings."
Mentioned by The Florida Travel Girl
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"One last quintessential best Fort Lauderdale restaurant, is the beachfront S3located in the Hilton hotel. With gorgeous interiors and exteriors, we were already impressed, but the food really seals the deal. They have a variety of sushi rolls and small plates, so there are tons of delicious bites to try."
Pubbelly Sushi Brickell
Pubbelly Sushi Brickell
4.3 (731 ratings)
Contemporary eatery offering creative sushi rolls, Japanese entrees & cocktails amid playful decor.
701 S Miami Ave Suite 421, Miami, FL 33131, USA
Sushi restaurant
Mentioned by Time Out Miami
The best sushi in Miami for super fresh rolls
"Restaurants Japanese South Beach. Pubbelly Group’s runaway sushi hit—with locations in South Beach, Brickell, Dadeland and Aventura—takes the gastropub concept into Japanese territory. Expect bold Latin flavors and surprise ingredient combinations."
Watr at the 1 Rooftop
Watr at the 1 Rooftop
4.5 (501 ratings)
White cabanas accent this cool rooftop bar featuring creative Peruvian-Japanese fare & ocean views.
2341 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
Japanese restaurantBarPeruvian restaurantRestaurantSeafood restaurantSushi restaurant
Mentioned by Eater Miami
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"Eighteen stories above 1 Hotel South Beach’s private beach, Watr At The 1 Rooftop serves up Peruvian and Japanese seafood with a heavy dose of atmosphere with waterfront views and city views from its chic rooftop. View this post on Instagram. A post shared by 1 Hotels (@1hotels) on Apr 27, 2019 at 10:15am PDT"
Mentioned by Living in Miami Beach
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"The wooden bar and Polynesian inspired rooftop make water a must-visit place to come. Enjoy great nightlife that you usually don’t get in the usual clubs because the soundtrack is fantastic. The stunning ocean view, drinks, and Zen vibes will also let you feel that you are in a spa."
Mentioned by
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"Watr at the 1 Hotel Rooftop is our sky-high restaurant that floats over the sea with Peruvian-influenced Japanese cuisine. Stay connected by following @The1Rooftop."
Casa Sensei
Casa Sensei
4.3 (1239 ratings)
Wide-ranging Asian fare is served in a spare, light-filled space with canal-front patio.
1200 E Las Olas Blvd STE 101, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301, USA
Pan-Asian restaurantAsian fusion restaurantChinese restaurantKorean restaurantNuevo Latino restaurantSushi restaurant
KIKO Japanese and Thai restaurant, sake bar
KIKO Japanese and Thai restaurant, sake bar
4.1 (527 ratings)
Patrons sit at the sushi bar or in cozy booths, sip sake cocktails & dine on Japanese & Thai fare.
801 S University Dr C - 112, Plantation, FL 33324, USA
RestaurantJapanese restaurantSushi restaurantThai restaurant
Mentioned by
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"We arrived around 5:00 pm on a Tuesday, so the place pretty empty. Everything we had from Saki to the sushi roll was ..."
Sushi Maki (Coconut Grove)
Sushi Maki (Coconut Grove)
4.3 (338 ratings)
2550 S Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33133, USA
Sushi restaurantRestaurant
Monty's Sunset - South Beach
Monty's Sunset - South Beach
4.1 (2558 ratings)
Waterfront seafood eatery with a raw bar, featuring live music & DJs, happy hour & TV sports.
300 Alton Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
Seafood restaurantAmerican restaurantOyster bar restaurantSports barSushi restaurant
KOMODO Restaurant
KOMODO Restaurant
4.3 (2431 ratings)
Stylish choice for high-end Southeast Asian plates & drinks served in a swanky, multilevel space.
801 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, USA
Asian fusion restaurantAsian restaurantSushi restaurant
Mentioned by BarPx
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"Komodo opened its doors in 2015, and since then, they have been serving Authentic South East Asian food to the people in South Florida. The Komodo serves over a dozen signature cocktails, all of them delicious and well-balanced in a classy and upscale ambience. Who doesn’t like Authentic Asian Fusion food?"
Mentioned by
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"At Komodo—the pan-Asian food and fun mecca opened by David Grutman on Brickell—the food is good, the drinks are better, and the stargazing is major. Think of it as cocktails with a side of Kardashians. Sip on the Dragon Punch, made with Grey Goose vodka, ginger liqueur, lychee purée, lemon and raspberry."
Temakase Miami
Temakase Miami
4.6 (10 ratings)
1671 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
Sushi restaurantBar
Mentioned by The Infatuation
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"Temakase is a South Beach sushi spot specializing in hand rolls. The restaurant is located inside The Sagamore hotel, and has tasting menu options ranging from $22 to $50, as well as a la carte rolls."

Best Shopping Malls, Outlet and Places in Miramar Area

Art By Mariano Picos Pelegri South Beach Miami
Art By Mariano Picos Pelegri South Beach Miami
4.2 (5 ratings)4.5 (24 ratings)
Drexel Avenue & Española Way, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
Art galleryShoppingArt dealerFilm production companyMassage spaSpa
Coconut Grove Organic Market
Coconut Grove Organic Market
4.5 (451 ratings)4 (31 ratings)
Saturday open-air farmer’s market provides a variety of organic fruits, veggies, & raw vegan foods.
3300 Grand Ave, Miami, FL 33133, USA
Farmers' marketShoppingFlea & Street Markets
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"This classic farmers’ market is open every Saturday and offers an extensive assortment of organic fruit, vegetables, grains, seeds and raw vegan options. Complete with a DIY salad bar, homemade sauces with fresh farm-grown ingredients and even street tacos, Coconut Grove Saturday Organic Market is the pinnacle of fresh food in Miami. Customers can choose from a variety of sweet treats, brewed kombucha and trail mix blends that are sure to satisfy."
Dadeland Station
Dadeland Station
4.4 (3273 ratings)
Modern open-air shopping complex offers 3 floors of familiar big-box stores & fast-food restaurants.
8312 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33143, USA
Shopping mall

Romantic Restaurants, Getaway Places in Miramar

4.5 (431 ratings)
Trendy cocktail bar with loft-height ceilings & a charming, leafy patio serving inventive drinks.
223 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127, USA
RestaurantBarNew American restaurantWine bar
Mentioned by The Telegraph
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"When Chef Bradley Kilgore opened Alter in 2015, he gave Wynwood its first serious, chef-driven restaurant. The intimate industrial space paired with an expert waitstaff creates a relaxed and convivial dining experience. Kilgore has cemented his place in Miami’s gastronomic landscape with some of the most original and ambitious dishes in town."
Mentioned by OpenTable
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"Since its opening in 2015, Alter has won considerable critical acclaim, with reviewers universally lauding chef Brad Kilgore’s innovative approach to Asian- and European-influenced..."
Miami Shores Country Club
Miami Shores Country Club
4.5 (913 ratings)4 (24 ratings)
Posh country club with a bar & grill, 18-hole golf course & multiple tennis courts.
10000 Biscayne Blvd, Miami Shores, FL 33138, USA
Golf courseOutdoor ActivitiesBanquet hallCountry clubGolf clubGolf driving rangeLive music barPublic golf courseRestaurantWedding venue
Máximo Gómez Park
Máximo Gómez Park
4.3 (750 ratings)
This modest park with a mural is a popular gathering place for domino & chess players.
801 SW 15th Ave, Miami, FL 33135, USA
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in Florida
"Little Havana’s most evocative reminder of Old Cuba is Máximo Gómez Park, or ‘Domino Park,’ where the sound of elderly men trash-talking over games of chess is harmonized with the quick clack-clack of slapping dominoes. The jarring backtrack, plus the heavy smell of cigars and a sunrise-bright mural of the 1994 Summit of the Americas, combine to make Máximo Gómez one of the most sensory sites in Miami (although it is admittedly one of the most tourist-heavy ones as well)."
Mentioned by Miami Beach 3 days itinerary
The Perfect Weekend in Miami
"It’s neither polished nor particularly pretty, but it’s a glimpse into real life in Spanish-speaking Miami and a place to watch Cuba’s old guard face off over dominos in Maximo Gomez Park; grab a 50 cent cortadito (a shot of Cuban coffee with steamed milk) from a walk-up window; and watch cigar rollers hand roll stogies at family-run factories. End your jaunt in Little Havana with a scoop (or two or three) of homemade Abuela Maria® ice cream at"
Mentioned by Lonely Planet
Experience Miami in style without spending a cent
"For Little Havana’s most evocative reminder of Cuba, visit Máximo Gómez Park (known locally as Domino Park), where the sound of elderly men trash-talking over games of dominoes is harmonized with the quick clack-clack of slapping tiles. The heavy cigar smell and a sunrise-bright mural of the 1994 Summit of the Americas add to the atmosphere."

Historic Sites in Miramar

History Fort Lauderdale
History Fort Lauderdale
4.6 (123 ratings)4.5 (64 ratings)
Broward County's oldest standing hotel, preserved as a history museum with prints, books & artworks.
231 SW 2nd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301, USA
History museumMuseumsHeritage buildingHistorical landmarkHistorical societyHistoric SitesPoints of Interest & Landmarks
Mentioned by 10Best
Fort Lauderdale Museums Offer Inspiration, Education and a Glimpse into Yesteryear
"Fort Lauderdale has a rich history which may be overshadowed by the more modern an sophisticated metro area that it has become. Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum chronicles the city's history from the early Seminole era to World War II. It also offers information about the city's historic district and a chronology of its development. Other exhibits feature scale models of historic structures, including a recreation of a Seminole village complete with arts and crafts."
The Ancient Spanish Monastery
The Ancient Spanish Monastery
4.7 (586 ratings)4.5 (211 ratings)
Medieval monastery transported from Spain & rebuilt in the U.S. with Sunday mass, events & tours.
16711 W Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach, FL 33160, USA
Non-profit organizationSights & LandmarksSacred & Religious SitesHistoric Sites
Mentioned by The Crazy Tourist
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"Spanish missionaries and treasure seekers first explored the Florida coast as far back as the 17th century, and the Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach is a fascinating bit of local and international history that dates back centuries before that when it was originally constructed in Spain. Inhabited by monks for nearly seven centuries, in the early 1920s, it was bought by American newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst, disassembled, shipped to Florida, and reassembled on its current site. It has been open to the public since the mid-’60s, and for those who don’t mind spending a few extra bucks, the best way to experience it is by guided tour."
The Fillmore Miami Beach
The Fillmore Miami Beach
4.5 (2214 ratings)4 (131 ratings)
Art deco building (former home to 1960s TV shows) now hosting variety of music acts, comedy & more.
1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
Live music venueSights & LandmarksAuditoriumBanquet hallConcert hallEvent plannerEvent ticket sellerEvent venuePerforming arts theaterWedding venueHistoric SitesTheaters

Vacation Rentals, Airbnb, Hotels & Cabins near Miramar

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