Places to eat in Miami | My Bikini MusthavesMiami is one of my favourite American cities. So when I had the change to go to Swim Week back in July I was over excited! And although my week was dominated by bikinis, meetings, runway shows and more bikinis, I made a promise with myself. I couldn’t finish my trip without checking out a few cool places to eat in Miami.

These places aren’t particularly new but for me they were because I had never eaten there before. Oh I love trying out new places! It doesn’t matter if you want to go for breakfast, lunch or dinner, make sure to include these eateries in your Miami schedule!Places to eat in Miami | My Bikini MusthavesHuahua’s Taqueria
Best for: Dinner
Where: Alton Road
Why: Ok don’t expect a fancy Mexican restaurant here, but the tacos are delicious and they have the best guacamole! It’s perfect for a quick bite outside on their terrace and Miami locals love to take-away from this spot. Oh and did I mention that I paid only $15 for my meal?
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Orange Blossom
Best for: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Where: Collins Avenue
Why: Orange Blossom is located exactly opposite of the Setai hotel and a perfect spot to have a coffee or to have a lunch date with your business contact. They have an extensive menu with all kinds of healthy dishes. I ordered a fresh gazpacho soup along with a 16 oz.(!) cold pressed organic juice. Good choice if you want to stay healthy in Miami Beach! | www.orangeblossommiami.com |Places to eat in Miami | My Bikini MusthavesHot garlic shrimps with a (virgin) cocktail at 27 restaurant

27
Best for: Dinner
Where: Indian Creek Drive
Why: If you’re looking for cool places to eat in Miami, you need to pay a visit to 27. This family style restaurant is part of the Freehand Miami Hostel and located in beautiful historic house. A lot of locals come here to enjoy the very low key and chill vibe. The food is great and some dishes are served in those big old pots my grandmother used to have. I felt a little overdressed in my high heels but it was perfect for the drinks I had afterwards in their pool garden. | www.thefreehand.com |

Bachour Bakery & Bistro
Best for: Breakfast, lunch
Where: Brickell
Why: I love this place! They have the best pastries! At first I thought they only sold sweet stuff so I ordered a Nutella croissant and a dolce de leche croissant too (pregnancy cravings, sorry)! But after I took a seat at the table I saw that everyone around me had a super healthy salad or deliciously looking sandwich. Then I felt bad lol! Brickell is also such a cool neighbourhood. I’m definitely coming back here! | www.bachourbb.com |Places to eat in MiamiPlaces to eat in Miami | My Bikini MusthavesChicken quinoa salad at Quinto La Huella

Quinto La Huella
Best for: Lunch, dinner
Where: Brickell
Why: This is now one of my favourite places to eat in Miami! Newly opened Uruguayan restaurant Quinto La Huella. It’s part of lifestyle hotel EAST Miami and looks A-MAZING! It’s very trendy and you’ll see an interesting mix of guests here. Now let’s talk about their menu. It’s bomb. Just go there. | www.quintolahuella.com |

Rosetta Bakery
Best for: Breakfast
Where: Collins Avenue
Why: A simple and cute Italian bakery on Collins where everything is freshly made. They serve a lot of different coffees and they have both sweet and savory options. This bakery is perfect if you want to have a good breakfast but don’t have a lot of time. Also available to go! | www.rosettabakery.com |

Dolce
Best for: Lunch, dinner
Where: Collins Avenue
Why: This Italian restaurant is well-known among both locals and tourists. And I think it helps that Dolce is located in Gale South Beach Hotel. It opened in 2013 and is known for its seafood risotto and simple spaghetti pomodoro. I love this place because their outside terrace is perfect for spotting beautiful people on Collins Ave. Make sure to go there between 4PM and 8PM so you don’t miss their Happy Hour ;) | www.dolceitalianrestaurant.com |

I wanted to try out so many more restaurants and lunch spots while I was in Miami but I was there for only 5 days. And since I had such a busy schedule I tried out the ones that were close to my hotel or the appointments that I had. But next time I’m there I definitely want to try out more places to eat in Miami!

Which one do you recommend?? I already have a list of must-visits lol, but I would love to know what your favourite place is in Miami to eat? Let me know in the comment below!

Love, Gala