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Top 10 Lunch Spots in Brickell

Top 10 Lunch Spots in Brickell

Andres Larin
Post by Andres Larin July 9, 2015

Brickell is constantly changing. With the numerous comings and goings, you just know there are hundreds of places to stop for a delicious lunch. To make your life easier, we’ve put together a knockout list of what we consider some of the best lunch spots in Brickell and the Downtown Miami area.

10) Burger & Beer Joint (900 S Miami Ave) If your mouth starts to water at the idea of having a giant, juicy burger with all of your favorite toppings, then you need to drop in at the Burger & Beer Joint. Located in Mary Brickell Village, this burger joint is known for its selection of oversized, premium beef burgers, as well as its extensive selection of beers. While the restaurant provides some great off-the-menu burger combinations, visitors can also choose to build their own. Of course, if you aren’t into beef burgers, you can also opt for some of their other patty options, like chicken or veggie.

Burger & Beer Joint Brickell

(Photo by Burger & Beer Joint)


9) Tinta y Café (268 SW 8th St) – If a sandwich shop with a Latin flair is what you’re looking for, then this is the place to go. Half coffee house and half eatery, this “hidden” Brickell gem is known for serving some of the best Cuban espresso in town. They’ve also got a fantastic array of pastries and desserts, including a very popular, homemade flan. This restaurant is on the smaller side and parking can be a bit of a hassle, but it is well worth it!

Media Noche Tinta y Café

Media Noche (Photo by Lindsay B.)


8) Toscana Divino (900 S Miami Ave) – If you’re craving authentic Italian food in Brickell, then this affordable Italian restaurant is just the place to get it. Lavishly decorated and located in the entertainment hub of Mary Brickell Village, this Italian restaurant delivers excellent service, quality, and taste. Their homemade pastas are a favorite, as are their handmade cocktails and fresh seafood options. According to their website, the restaurant is inspired by Tuscan-style cooking and uses seasonal and local ingredients, or imports them directly from Italy.

Roasted Pork Chop Toscana Divino

Roasted Pork Chop (photo by Don. O)


7) Batch Gastropub (30 SW 12th St)Hip and trendy, Batch Gastropub redefines what you normally think of when you think of bar food. This restaurant offers all the typical food you would expect – pizza, burgers, sandwiches, gooey desserts – but with a much better taste experience. Open from brunch until the late hours of the evening, this is a great place to go when there’s a game on (there are giant screens everywhere!). Come here for fantastic drinks, great food, and an overall fun experience.

Margarita brick oven pizza, and the Batch Brisket Burger

Margarita Brick Oven Pizza & The Batch Brisket Burger (Photo by Flor C.)


6) La Moon (97 SW 8th St) – While La Moon is a popular lunch spot for nearby residents and employees, everyone will agree that this is the place to go after a long night of partying at any of the nearby clubs, or whenever you’re craving a late night snack. Open until 6 am Thursday through Saturday, this Colombian eatery attracts both locals and visitors by offering typical Colombian favorites at low prices with great portion sizes. The most popular items on their menu are their hamburgers and traditional Colombian-style hot dogs and arepas.

Meat, Cheese and Vegetable omelette

Meat, Cheese & Vegetable Omelette (Photo by Don O.)


5) Perricone’s Marketplace & Café (15SE 10th St) – Quaint, cozy, and charming are just a few words that can be used to describe Perricone’s. Half restaurant and half marketplace, this restaurant offers a huge selection of bakery favorites, like homemade cannoli and candy, as well as well as deli meats, cheeses, sandwiches, and other items. Sure, you can pick up and go if you’re in a hurry, but the real treat is dining in. Fresh, Italian deli sandwiches are a favorite, as are the salads and generously-portioned entrees.

Portabella Appetizer - Perricone’s Marketplace & Cafe

Portabella Appetizer. (Photo by Luisa C.)


4) La Sandwicherie (Brickell) (34 SW 8th St) – Another Brickell restaurant that’s open until 6 am Thursdays through Saturdays. This French-owned sandwich shop offers a delicious fare of freshly made sandwiches, salads, and juices, making it a popular lunch destination for the many Brickell office employees and residents in the area. Their sandwiches run on the larger side and their homemade vinaigrette is a must-have.

French salami Camembert on croissant

French Salami Camembert on Croissant. (Photo by Stephanie W.)


3) Momi Ramen (5 SW 11th St) and Sumi Yakitori (21 SW 11th St) – Brickell is no stranger to international foods and these two Japanese lunch spots, owned by Jeffrey Chen, are here to prove that authentic Japanese flavors can be had anywhere. Momi Ramen is a noodle lover’s dream, offering hearty and delicious ramen bowls in flavorful broth and mouthwatering gyoza (Japanese dumplings). Sumi Yakitori offers a greater selection of dishes with the most popular being their yakitori (Japanese skewered chicken) and other skewered specialties. Both restaurants are a must-visit for anyone looking to try something new.

Gyoza Tonkotsu Ramen - MOMI Ramen

Gyoza Tonkotsu Ramen. (Photo by Mike U.)


2) SuViche (49 SW 11th St) – Although this restaurant is a bit on the smaller side, locals (and visitors) will tell you it’s more than worth dining at this Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant. Every table starts off with a plate of canchitas (Peruvian popcorn), which are addictively good. Patrons can choose to enjoy Peruvian specialties or dine on Japanese sushi rolls. For a true fusion experience, locals suggest pairing a sushi roll with a classic Peruvian dish, like Pescado a lo Macho.

Half Perfection Roll and Nectar Roll - Suviche - Brickell

Half Perfection Roll & Nectar Roll. (Photo by Kareena S.)


1) My Ceviche (1250 S Miami Ave) – Not all chain restaurants are created equal and My Ceviche, with locations all over the city of Miami, is here to prove that anyone can enjoy fresh seafood at affordable prices. Offering a fully customizable selection of fresh ceviche, burritos, bowls, tacos, salads, and more, this ceviche joint has a loyal following. Patrons go to My Ceviche for refreshing flavors and a healthier, quick-dining experience.

Octopus & Fish Tacos My Ceviche Brickell

Octopus & Fish Tacos. (Photo by Cassie G.)

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