Miami’s night life is a beautiful combination of shopping, attractions, and food. As a popular tourist destination, there is no shortage of either. Miami is the city that never sleeps and based on the after hour dining options, it’s not hard to understand why. Some of the most amazing late night restaurants in Miami are:
229 14th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Voted as having the Best Cafe con Leche in 2013 by Miami News Times, La Sandwichere is very popular among the South Beach Community. The locals refer to it as the “Ultimate French Fast Food.” Channel 6 News even featured the popular French Sandwiches, stuffed with loads of fresh toppings. This quaint sandwich shop is open daily until 5am, with extended hours on Friday and Saturday until 6am. Sandwiches cost from $6.80 to $11.00. South Beach parking is tough, so you may have to drive around to find nearby parking.
3470 N Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33127
Gigi is a fairly new Asian cuisine inspired restaurant located in Midtown Miami but the food is delicious. Since opening in 2010, it has managed to bring in large crowds every Friday and Saturday night. It’s best known for its culinary artistry and succulent dishes. It is open until 3am on weekdays and 5am on weekends. It is a little pricey, for an average meal for two without drinks is about $60. Plenty of street parking is available.
3555 SW 8th Street
Miami, FL 33135
If you have a taste for some late night authentic Cuban food, Versailles is the place. Versailles is very popular among the Cuban community and Versailles has been in existence for over four decades. The local Hispanic community raves about the huge portions of food and it being the best Cuban food ever eaten. Versailles is open until 1am (Sunday-Thursday), 2:30am on Fridays, and 3:30am on Saturdays. There is plenty of onsite parking and additional parking lots within the area. Dinner for two will cost about $35.
5556 NE 4th Court
Miami, FL 33137
According to the locals, this charming restaurant has some of the most delightful meals. Many love the warm and inviting atmosphere in addition to the culinary artistry. Some have stated that the food is so fresh you can literally taste it, and the desserts are to die for. It is a bit expensive, so be prepared to pay about $25 per plate. Soyka is open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Parking is free during the day. Valet parking at night. .