Everyone enjoys eating out: it's a break from the kitchen and an opportunity to enjoy your surroundings, especially when your surroundings are as lush as Miami. But you don't want to eat at the same old spots all the time, do you? No matter how much you love a good steak, you can only eat Morton's so many times. You can always rely on South Beach for something different as its a magnet for the latest trends; heck, there's even a diet named after South Beach! Hot new restaurants in South Beach pop up regularly, and here are some of the latest:

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Jose Mendin is a known commodity in Miami. Being a part of his Pubbelly empire of restaurants is an instant certification of quality. His last spot is located within the 1 Hotel South Beach, adding additional status to this new eatery. Habitat features a menu inspired by Spanish, Asian, and Latin-American culinary traditions, so your options are diverse and delicious.

Call Me Gaby

The fact that no person has ever uttered the words "No, I'm not in the mood for Italian" guarantees Call Me Gaby a spot on this list of hot new restaurants in Miami. Serving Italian cuisine outdoors in the heart of South Beach. Call Me Gabby is an emporium of pizzas, pasta and gastric satisfaction, so be sure to bring your appetite!

Azabu Miami

A sushi fix is a part of every epicurean's requirements, so Azabu definitely deserves its listing as one of the hot new restaurants in South Beach. In addition to Azabu's full-service dining room, there is a hidden sushi bar aptly named the The Den. They also offer a variety of sakes and whiskey. 

MadLab Creamery

Because every great meal concludes with a savory dessert, we had to include what could be South Beach's best new ice cream spot. You've been to ice cream parlors before, but Madlab offers just what the name suggests: new spins on old favorites and classic flavors. This is mad science gone right!

There is a revolving door of hot new restaurants in South Beach, and keeping up with them can be as challenging as keeping up with Netflix's latest releases. To stay up-to-date on restaurants in Miami, register for 305area and connect to everything in the city for free!


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