AZUL— American. Discover modern American cuisine with an Asian twist at the Mandarin Oriental’s signature award-winning restaurant, Azul. Dine in the outdoor terrace to soak in the amazing water views of Biscayne Bay. With rising star chef Benjamin Murray at the helm, the menu brims with innovation and molecular gastronomy. The dress code is business casual but diners opt for dressing up here. www. mandarinoriental.com. D ( Tu-Sa). 500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, 305.913.8288. BLUE COLLAR— American. The MiMo District’s Blue Collar restaurant is where you go for stick to your ribs comfort food in a simple atmosphere. It’s all about the menu here where Owner and executive chef Daniel Serfer serves up a daily rotation of braised dishes, ribs and a large variety of roasted vegetables. That’s aside from a menu of carefully prepared traditional diner style dishes. www.bluecollarmiami. com. L (M-F), D (daily), Brunch (Sa-Su). 6730 Biscayne Blvd., 305.756.0366. GARCIA’S SEAFOOD GRILLE & FISH MARKET— Seafood. This spot is one of Miami’s best-kept secrets and frequented by fishermen and dockworkers from Riverside. Fresh seafood is made to perfection by many different methods, including blackened, fried or sautéed. The Cuban-Caribbean cuisine also features Garcia old-family recipes such as the Grouper Chowder and Conch Fritters. The large patio is home to long, wooden tables to dine and an area where boats can dock. www. garciasmiami.com. L, D (daily). 398 NW N. River Drive, Miami, 305.375.0765. GREENSTREET CAFE— American. A popular corner spot in the Grove, it serves breakfast, offers dining all day and has an outdoor lounge. Greenstreet Cafe is a true beacon in Coconut Grove nightlife, with hugely popular nights like Whiskey Wednesday’s, this cafe welcomes and entertains all varieties of Miami natives and newbies. B, L, D (daily). www.greenstreetcafe.net. 3468 Main Highway, Coconut Grove, 305.444.0244.