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Your Guide to the Best Power Lunch Spots around Miami

    

Seven Power Lunch Hot Spots around Miami

By Nicole Schubert | January 18, 2018 | Food & Drink

Featuring chic décor and three-course specials, these sleek Miami restaurants offer the perfect ambiance for your next power lunch.

Zuma

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Shake hands with movers, shakers, and business tycoons in this Japanese mainstay. With a two-tiered lunch menu highlighting Zuma’s most tempting culinary masterpieces, plan to work while you play in this swanky hot spot located in downtown Miami’s Epic Hotel. Order the blanched baby spinach with creamy sesame dressing to start before moving on to the black cod marinated in saikyo miso for your entrée. These flavorsome and sophisticated dishes exude enough power to impress even your toughest clients. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, 305-577-0277

Komodo

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Head over to David Grutman’s newest luxe three-story eatery, Komodo. Combining Southeastern Asian savors with Miami high life vibes, this outdoor indoor lounge, bar, and restaurant is sure to be your next spot to dine while making deals. Try the spicy hamachi crispy rice with wasabi aioli, avocado, serrano along with the peking duck banh mi with pickled vegetables, egg, okonomi, and a Vietnamese baguette. 801 Brickell Ave., 305-534-2211

Il Gabbiano

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The perfect posh lunch spot for the Italian cuisine lover. While feasting your eyes on Biscayne Bay, you can nosh on something just as luscious. We recommend trying the gnocchi pomodoro e basilico or capellini all'arrabbiata made fresh daily as Il Gabbiano’s mouthwatering pastas will seal your biggest business deal and warm your most difficult clients. 335 S Biscayne Blvd., 305-373-0063

Estiatorio Milos

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Do lunch like a VIP and head over to Estiatorio Milos in Miami Beach. With a three-course lunch menu, this local Miami venue is all class. So plan your next get-together or networking power hour at this Mediterranean-inspired café, and order the grilled octopus served with Santorini fava puree, the nova scotia deep sea lobster pasta in a light tomato sauce, and “the real Greek yogurt” for dessert. 730 1st St., 305-604-6800

Prime 112

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For a classic steakhouse with a great atmosphere, look no further than Prime 112. Schmooze your next client over the double wedge salad and the Prime 112 10 oz. Kobe beef hamburger with a fried farm egg, Applewood smoked bacon, and English cheddar. Situated in Miami's historic Brown's hotel—the first hotel built in Miami Beach—Prime 112 is sure to impress. 112 Ocean Dr., 305-532-8112

Michaels Genuine

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Calling all food lovers, we have your next reservation that’s so delectable you'll want to snap, post, and share photos from this charming locale. James Beard award-winning chef and restauranteur Michael Schwartz’s flagship bistro lends homage to a local Miami neighborhood that’s laid back, colorful, and delicious too. Michael's Genuine, located in the Design District, is a go-to lunch spot for fresh, simple, and clean courses. We recommend trying the wood oven roasted eggplant with pomegranate, mint, yogurt tahini sauce, scallions, and pistachio or the kale pizza with caramelized onions, fontina, taleggio, and chile flakes. 130 NE 40th St., 305-573-5550

KYU

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Looking for a lunch spot where to baby back ribs are just as divine as the craft cocktails? We have the perfect hidden gem nestled in Miami’s swankiest street. KYU in Wynwood will satisfy your taste buds and please your clients. With chilled and refreshing beef tartare, a Thai fried stone pot with king crab, and a mojito posh-nosh, you’ll be extending your lunch hour to happy hour. 251 NW 25th St., 786-577-0150