Quick bites in Wynwood and Miami Beach

For those that are constantly on the go

Jan
10
2022

Quick bites in Wynwood and Miami Beach for when you are on the go.

In a crowded, busy city like Miami, most of you are constantly on the run, and we just want to make sure you’re properly fed. Whether you need to grab a quick lunch with a client, or you are running errands, this guide is for you. These restaurants don’t require reservations. Some are great options for big groups. And all are great for quick bites. Order at the counter and thank us later.

BENH MI


Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Address: 1436 Washington Ave
Cuisine: Vietnamese

This Vietnamese-inspired banh mi sandwich shop by Chef Benjamin Murray and Michael Kaplan is located near the entrance of Española Way. It’s casual and a great spot for a quick bite. Get the Xtra Crunchy Chicken Tender Bucket, with three different sauces; a yuzu kosho ranch, roasted banana ketchup and a tamarind BBQ. If you’re looking for a banh mi, go with the Cheesy Egg Omelet on Bettant bread with umami mayo, pickled carrots, daikon & onion, all the herbs, cucumber, jalapeño and a funky sauce that we’d buy a jug of and keep in our fridge. 

 

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TAQUIZA


Neighborhood: South Beach
Address: 1351 Collin Ave
Cuisine: Mexican

Taquiza has two locations in Miami Beach. But for this outing, you’re going to the one on South Beach. The space is open with beachy vibes and you’ll definitely feel a breeze especially during this time of the year. Grab some barbacoa tacos with braised brisket and some huitlacoche (Mexican corn truffle) tacos with sweet corn, Fresno chile, and green onion. If you’re looking for something with queso, try the squash blossom quesadilla with crispy cotija and melted chihuahua cheese.

 

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BEBITO’S


Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Address: 1504 Bay Rd #106
Cuisine: Café

Bebito’s is your breakfast stop before you start your busy day. It’s also great if you need to catch up on some emails. They have chicken and short rib croquetas, for those out-of-towners asking, “what’s a croqueta?” They have breakfast sandwiches, scrambled eggs, and a nova tostada with shaved cucumber tzatziki, beet puree, pickled white onion with a soft egg. Looking for something lighter, how about almond butter tostada with fresh banana and Native Guy wildflower honey. They also serve lunch if you’re looking for a break.

 

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MIA MARKET


Neighborhood: Design District
Address: 140 NE 39th St, Ste. 241
CuisineFood hall
Good for big groups 

If you find yourself in the Design District without a reservation and a big group of people you need to feed, stop by the MIA Market. There are all sorts of options that include Mexican, Italian, Vietnamese, and Spanish tapas. If you’re craving sushi we recommend stopping by Yasu Tanaka. Chef Yasu is serving some of the freshest nigiri and handrolls in town.

 

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YOSO SUSHI


Neighborhood: Design District
Address: 3819 N Miami Ave
Cuisine: Japanese | Sushi

With more than 10 years of experience at some of Miami’s top Asian restaurants, Deniz Aktug, Juan Mercado and Khristian Lara are serving fresh and inventive sushi out of a food truck parked in the Design District.

TIME OUT MARKET


Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Address: 1601 Drexel Ave
CuisineFoodhall
Good for big groups 

Time Out Market Miami comes from the creators of Time Out Market Lisbon, a huge success and one of the most sought out cultural destinations in Portugal. In Miami, local vendors in this food hall include Detroit City pizza by Square Pie City, stone crabs by Holy Crab, Cuban eats by The Local Cuban, and more. If you’re looking for a boozy situation they also have a full bar.

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1-800 LUCKY


Neighborhood: Wynwood
Address: 143 NW 23rd St
CuisineAsian
Good for big groups 

If you’re looking for somewhere to wrap up your busy day, Wynwood’s Asian food hall serves food until 2 AM and drinks until 3 AM. They also have plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. Stop by for sushi from B-Side Sushi, poke bowl from Poke OG, bao buns from Golden Marquess, and more.

 

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OASIS WYNWOOD


Neighborhood: Wynwood
Address: 2335 N Miami Ave
Cuisine: International
Good for big groups 

Oasis is a casual open-air venue with plenty of space, lounges seating, various food vendors, and a full stage. There’s a mix between New York City eateries that made their way south include Alidoro as well as local favorites such as Mr. Mandolin. If you need a drink in your hand, head over to the colorful Tower Bar at Oasis to freshen up.

 

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CAJA CALIENTE FOOD TRUCK


Neighborhood: Allapattah
Address: 1101 NW 23rd St
CuisineCuban-inspired

Stop by Chef Mika Leon’s Cuban-inspired sandwich and taco shop in Coral Gables or Caja Caliente food truck in Miami’s Allapattah neighborhood. We suggest you order a vaca frita taco with shredded skirt steak, caramelized onions, black beans, avocado, homemade aioli, or the lechon taco with pulled pork, black beans, aioli, and cotija cheese.

FYI, the Caja Caliente food truck is parked in front of the Superblue exhibition where you can check out large-scale immersive art installations by James Turrell, Es Devlin, Team Lab, and more.

 

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