Art Basel Miami Beach 2013 | Restaurants


Macchialina Taverna Rustica. Macchialina is an energetic, casual Italian tavern featuring the bold, seasonally inspired cooking of chef Michael Pirolo. The recipe is simple, clean flavors, fresh ingredients & rustic accents. The 60-seat establishment emits a warm, inviting and hip ambiance that feels as if it has been plucked from the streets of New York City. Oversized chalkboards displaying the daily menu adorn antique brick walls. A reasonably priced all Italian wine list featuring boutique growers and an inventive cocktail list of only Italian libations paired with an energetic and easy going tone complete the vibe of this convivial neighborhood spot.

Tongue and Cheek. Tongue and Cheek is a restaurant that embodies sophistication and whimsical humor. Presenting innovative, honest food in a relaxed and classically modern surrounding, from the food to the décor, Tongue and Cheek is a place where guests can enjoy good food, good friends and good conversation.

Bar Crudo. Bar Crudo features modern coastal cuisine featuring fresh ingredients from the sea and land prepared by Chef Reto Von Weissenfluh.

Barley & Swine. Barley & Swine is a neighborhood gastropub located in Miami’s up-and-coming downtown Dadeland offering a signature style of rustic Americana comfort food with Latin and Asian influences. The gastropub emphasizes on sourcing the finest ingredients, craft beers, and hand selected boutique wines. Attracting both locals and out-of-towners alike this sleek and cozy space is the perfect place to gather with friends and enjoy some unique eats.

Joe’s Stone Crab. For one hundred years, Miami natives and tourists alike have waited and dined alongside celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammad Ali, Dan Marino, and Jennifer Lopez. There’s no other place in the world quite like Joe’s Stone Crab.

Yardbird. Yardbird is house of worship to farm-fresh ingredients, classic Southern cooking, culture, and hospitality serving up the freshest, most inventive takes on regional Southern fare seven days a week with a foot-stompin’, soul-healin’ brunch.