The best restaurants in Wynwood

Covering our favorite Greek spot & lots of great Asian concepts


Keep this guide handy when you’re in the area and are looking for the best restaurants in Wynwood.

Have you found yourself walking the artistic streets of Wynwood but struggling to choose where to dine? Between watching the live street art, shopping in artisanal boutiques, and grabbing a drink with friends, the choice of dinner is overwhelming. But there is no need to stress, we rounded up our go-to’s to enjoy in Wynwood.


Address: 251 NW 25th St
Cuisine: Asian

A classic never goes out of style and that is certainly the case for KYU. One of the few original spots that still has remained since 2016 is a must-visit. Known for their diverse menu, exceptional cocktails, and a throwback playlist that gives you that good vibe feels. If you find yourself walking the graffitied streets of Wynwood, follow that wood-fire smell and make your way into KYU. Make sure you try their famous Korean Fried Chicken with braised spinach or the Roasted Cauliflower with goat cheese, shishito, and herb vinaigrette. And if you managed to save room, do not leave without treating yourself to a slice of Coconut Cake. Trust us, it’s worth it.


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Address: 143 NW 23rd St
Cuisine: Asian

This 10,000 sq ft food hall caters to every pan-Asian craving you could possibly have. This indoor-outdoor Asian market is home to 6 different concepts and features two full bars and a hidden karaoke room. So, if you and your friends are looking for a place to throw down on some noodles, dim sum, rolls and then belt some tunes; then make your way to 1-800 Lucky. With hip-hop beats playing in the background, the vibe is never not right; plus, if you are looking for some local DJs to keep you grooving then they’ve got you covered. We recommend getting a little bit from each vendor but get your hands on the Sisig and the Sinangag from the Jeepney.


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Address: 252 NW 25th St
Cuisine: Japanese

A recent favorite in the last two years, Uchi found its way from Austin, Texas to the great city of Miami. Uchi is one of our favorite reasons to stop by Wynwood. This modern Japanese restaurant with sophisticated design elements introduces you to exactly the dining experience you would expect. With a menu consisting of delicate flavors, modern techniques, and innovative dishes. You will be blown away by the simplest of dishes. We recommend trying out the light and crispy Kabocha, as well as the Oysters with gooseberry, chilé de arbol, and crispy shallot.


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Address: 250 NW 24th St
Cuisine: Japanese

From the creative minds behind one of Miami’s popular restaurants KYU, Buya Izakaya + Yakitori led by Chef Michael Lewis is a new street-food concept dishing out high-quality plates with a tasteful punch. If you find yourself on a late night out in Wynwood, this is where you and your friends will want to stop in and chow down. When ordering we recommend ordering a little bit of everything, that way you have a chance to explore this delicious menu. Get yourself the Pork belly bao buns with katsu, shiso, and pickled carrot or the Duck Gyoza hot pot with duck dumplings, smoked shoyu broth and shrooms.


Address: 347 NW 24th St
Cuisine: Aegean

Doya located in Wynwood is serving Aegean flavors from the coast of Turkey. We are talking dips, local produce, refreshing and light plates, plus an amazing octopus’ dish that keeps us coming back for more. When you come to Doya you are coming not only for the top-notch hospitality but the meze dining experience. If you want the true experience, find yourself a seat in front of the open kitchen and bask in all the action. One of our favorites’s on the menu is the Cretan feta dip with peppers, Kalamata olive oil, garlic, pistachios, and walnuts. As well as the manti, beef dumplings, drenched in a garlic yogurt sauce.


Address: 2637 N Miami Ave
Cuisine: New American

Known not only for the exceptional cocktail program, Beaker and Gray’s menu is just as noteworthy. Beaker and Gray feels like home to most that dine in, with a warm and inviting environment you will never want to leave. Though you may come for the drinks, we highly recommend you stay to eat. Whether you are dining solo or out with the girls there is something for everybody. Order a round of Korean Ribs with Chinese vinegar, mint, and plum ketchup for the table or the Yellow curry with rice noodles, shrimp and Chinese sausage. And if you are feeling like something light go ahead and order yourself the Cauliflower with huancaina, bacon, and yuzu.


Address: 310 NW 24th St
Cuisine: New American

This Wynwood staple stays consistently on top of its game in making sure to deliver causal and sophisticated food all while delivering the perfect late-night vibe. Whether you are sitting at the bar for a quick cocktail or eating a bite for lunch, you will always be satisfied. Their menu is divided into 5 sections a To share section, From the earth, From the grill, Between bread and On the sweet side. Go ahead and try the Fried Chicken Bun with crispy buttermilk fried chicken, bibb lettuce, house pickles, homemade ranch and swiss cheese on a brioche bun or the Brussel Sprouts with caramelized onions, spicy maple syrup, garlic, lemon, and radish. You will be licking your fingers after finishing these plates.


Address: 2700 N Miami Ave #5
Cuisine: Japanese

Elegant, sophisticated and exceptional hospitality are just a few words we have to describe Hiyakawa. The team from Wabi Sabi brought out another high-end omakase concept that continues to blow minds. Only serving 50 guest a night and preparing fish that is flown in from Japan daily they hit the mark with every single service. Come ready to eat if you make your way here, they offer a chef’s omakase and an a la carte menu for you to choose from. Off the a la carte menu order yourself some fresh Japanese Uni, Madai and a Negitoro handroll. Just a heads up you may end up ordering rounds of handrolls because they are just that good.


Address: 415 NW 26th St
Cuisine: Ramen

Many come for the noodles, but we insist you try your hand on the many small plates and dishes that are on this extensive menu. The name behind Momosan comes from the one and only Iron Chef Morimoto. Bringing in flavors from his hometown of Hiroshima, Chef Morimoto curated a menu that invokes a playful touch on authentic Japanese comfort food. So, when those cold Miami nights come in or you are feeling a little homesick, then make your way here. We recommend that you treat yourself to one of their labors of love the Tonktosu ramen with pork broth, chashu pork, ajitama, kikurage, and takana or the Sticky Ribs, twice-cooked pork tossed in hoisin chili sauce. And last but certainly not least the Pork gyozas that are pan-fried and served with a ginger scallion sauce.