As leaves change their color, many of these top Miami eateries will be turning over a new leaf too with their latest fall menus. Try one of these 10 new dishes that are sure to dazzle your taste buds this fall.
El Tucumano Egg Benedict from Leynia at the Delano
What time is it? Brunch o’clock. The Delano is introducing a new decadent take on a classic American breakfast staple. This fall, feast your eyes on chef Jose Icardi’s El Tucumano Egg Benedict at Leynia. This Argentinean twist on an egg benedict opts for a beef empanada as its base and is topped with oozing rich hollandaise and chimichurri sauce. It's a must-try dish that's only available on Sunday’s from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the restaurant.
Prawn Pizza from Fi’lia by Chef Michael Schwartz at SLS Brickell
It’s all about tradition—the round classic margarita pizza that will leave you drooling. But Chef Michael Schwartz now offers Miami pizza lovers a slice of something new. With options such as the Prawn Pizza topped with braised leeks, roasted tomato, Calabrian chile, fennel pollen and aged provolone, your mouth will be watering and screaming, ‘delizioso!’
Katie’s Flower Shop from Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Co.
Looking for an Instagram-worthy cocktail to snap and sip? Sweet Liberty Drinks & Co. crafted a photogenic potion that will put a boozy spell on your followers and even snag you extra likes. Made of El Tesoro Reposado Tequila, St. Germain, egg white orange blossom, lemon, lavender, and Pastis wash—this liquid libation is perfect for fall. Don’t forget to share!
Lobster Croquettas by Bazaar Mar
Eating out on a budget? Bazaar Mar is now offering lobster and shrimp fritters with saffron aioli for $8, half its original price, every weekday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. during happy hour in Bar Centro.
Jezebel Signature Wings from Jezebel Bar + Kitchen
To some football fans, Sundays mean fantasy football, beer on tap, and watching the Fins and Canes duke it out. But to all sports fans, Sunday’s mean one thing, hot wings. We trolled Miami to find the perfect hint of Miami heat to add to your game day grub. Head over to Liquid Hospitality’s latest endeavor, Jezebel Bar + Kitchen, for their signature wings paired with blue cheese dipping sauce and battered with a blend of spices. This halftime snack will amp up the heat and even score a touchdown.
The Cinnabar from Pubbelly Noodle Bar
It was love at first sight, the time we lusted over Pubbelly Noodle Bar’s new Cinnabar. Available during Sunday brunch from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Pastry Chef Maria Orantes will be sure to hit your sweet spot with this house made happy ending doused in a spoonful of sugar.
Artichoke Pizza at Ricky’s South Beach
New Yorkers know their pizza—a $1 slice of cheese, marinara sauce, and dough to soak up your 4 a.m. cravings. But if God created a slice, it would be topped with artichokes. That’s why New York’s Artichoke Pizza opened its 12th brick-and-mortar outpost on 16th Street in Ricky’s South Beach. Pizza enthusiasts can now enjoy a New York classic artichoke pizza topped with artichoke hearts, spinach, cream sauce, mozzarella, and pecorino cheese.
The Cubanito at Brain Freeze Nitrogen Ice Cream and Yogurt Lab
The secret ingredient isn’t so secret. Ok, we’ll take a guess. Liquid nitrogen? Yes! Who knew that making ice cream amongst clouds of vapor and white smoke could create such a decadent dessert. See it for yourself and try the Cubanito combo at Brain Freeze Nitrogen Ice Cream and Yogurt Lab, made with cream cheese ice cream, guava chunks, maria crackers and garnished with a guava sauce-filled syringe.
Tagliolini Cacio e Pepe at Sapore Di Mare
Looking for a romantic restaurant for a first date? Sparks will fly in this Coconut Grove Italian eatery. Split a bowl of tagliolini tossed tableside inside a wheel of pecorino romano cheese. If feeling adventurous, throw in black truffles to spike up the heat. By the end of the night, you might even whistle tunes from Lady and the Tramp.
Wagyu Lahmeh Pide at Byblos Miami
Raise your hand if you’re a grown up and you’re ready to retire cheese, pepperoni, and fountain soda? We have the perfect substitute for you. Head to Byblos Miami and order the Wagyu Lahmeh Pide made with robust flavors like Turkish paste, fior di latte, toum, and basil cress. By the end of the meal you’ll be trading in pizza parties for Arabian nights.