With mile-high condos and cool restaurant concepts, Downtown Miami has an international urban vibe. In Brickell, find a new one-stop shop for elegant Mediterranean with a mix of bar, market, bakery and raw bar at Nosh on homemade bread and wood-fired fish in the cozy French-bistro ambience. And at a farmhouse concept showcases local farms and seasonal products by making its own duck prosciutto, mustard and charcuterie.
Well-known restaurateur Burt Rapoport and chef David Blonsky have based the menu on the healthy ingredientdriven fare found in the Mediterranean. Not far away, in the MiMo area (between 55th and 77th streets & Biscayne Boulevard), the lauded 2011 pop-up returns, offering Viet- Cajun dishes like roast pork bánh mì and lemongrass chicken bun.