What to Eat 24 Hours in Miami Beach

What to Eat 24 Hours in Miami Beach

What to Eat 24 Hours in Miami Beach

Whether it’s 7 am or 7 pm, Miami Beach’s culinary scene is always happening, and it’s entirely possible to eat your way through the city in just one day, indulging in everything from classic comfort foods to artfully displayed Spanish dishes. Here’s a guide that will keep you satisfied through an entire 24-hour binge.

7-11 am: Market at Edition

24 Hours in Miami Beach Market-at-Edition

Part patisserie, part boulangerie, part salumeria, Market at Edition proves that chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten can do a simple South Beach restaurant just right. (Then again, did we ever doubt him?) With white marble floors, wicker and wooden café chairs, and lavish food stations that serve everything from fresh cuts of charcuterie to decadent pastries, this laid-back eatery may be the perfect place for a quick midweek breakfast or a casual weekend feast.

Try this: Opt for an organic egg white omelet with spinach and goat cheese, and pair it with a dish of croissants and Danishes. Recently, Market added a grab-and-go station with light yogurts, cold-pressed juices, and more. 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-257-4600

11 am-3 pm: Bianca at Delano
24 Hours in Miami Beach Bianca-at-Delano

When you’re craving modern Italian fare in a lush, sophisticated setting, Bianca at the Delano has a seat waiting. If the weather permits, sit outside on Bianca’s terrace, which overlooks this iconic hotel’s eclectic garden and pool, and order yourself a glass from the lengthy wine menu. Lunch is served seven days a week, but most notable is Bianca’s weekend brunch served from 11 am to 4 pm.

Try this: Leaving unsatisfied is not an option here, where the menu boasts of delectable starters, hearty pastas, and meaty entrees. Start your table off with an order of burrata and prosciutto served on a rustic slab. Continue your meal with pasta carbonara, or go big with the all natural sirloin bistecca—a delicately grilled meat paired with roasted shallots and crispy truffle potatoes. 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-5752

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