The best wine bars in Miami

Our favorite places to drink wine and have great snacks


Keep this guide handy for when looking the best wine bars in Miami.  

If you like good wine then this guide is for you. These are the places in Miami where we love to drink wine. You won’t feel intimidated at these wine bars…estas en tu casa.

Here they will keep it real when you ask for recommendations and we love that they support small, independent winemakers. Come try different varieties by the glass and learn more about wine.


Neighborhood: North Miami
Address: 12831 W Dixie Hwy
Cuisine: American, bakery, pizza
Good for: big groups, birthdays, budget-friendly, date night, eating alone, working, drinks and bites, outdoor seating, with friends

Paradis can be whatever you want it to be. It can be a bakery, wine bar, and/or bookstore. For us, it’s a community-driven space with incredible energy. We go here when we want to feel at home, at ease, drinking incredible wine, and having quality bites served with their homemade sourdough.

Starting at 5 PM from Thursday – Sunday, you can order a slice of the vegan marinara+++ with tomato, marinated eggplant, confit garlic, garlic breadcrumb; and other seasonal slices of pizza that change often. All of their pizzas have original combinations, and are full of flavor, with a unique sourdough texture. Not to mention the size is perfect so that you can have more than one.


Neighborhood: Downtown
134 NE 2nd Ave
Spanish, tapas
Good for: date night, drinks and bites, with friends

NIU Wine is a true wine bar that will make you feel like you’re in Europe, except you’re actually in Downtown. Here Shannon will open up any bottle and serve you by the glass. The wine selections are beautiful, the tapas are yummy and the playlist is on point.
The small menu of dishes includes Anchovies with smoked butter, Patatas Bravas, Oysters, and Deep-fried Brie. The average glass of wine is $12 and we’d plan to be here for hours with someone that can carry a good conversation. They also host food pop-ups and wine tastings so make sure to follow them on Instagram.

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Neighborhood: Coral Gables
Address266 Miracle Mile
Cuisine: American, charcuterie, cheese, pasta
Good for: happy hour, birthdays, clients, with friends

Looking for a wine bar and restaurant with happy hour? Sit at the bar or lounge at Vinya located on Miracle Mile any day from 3 PM – 6 PM. Snacks on the happy hour menu include oysters with a rose-cucumber mignonette, grilled artichokes with spicy tzatziki, and an anchovy toast with orange honey butter. We recommend stopping by here after work for a wine night out, some cheese/charcuterie vibes.


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Neighborhood: Downtown
Address: 21 SE 2nd Ave
Cuisine: Mediterranean, Tapas
Good for: date night, drinks and bites, with friends

Located in the Ingraham Building in Downtown Miami, the cozy bar by the Bar Lab team offers a modern and fresh take on the classic wine bar, with a focus on natural wines changing daily and low ABV cocktails such as amaro, aperitifs, and vermouths.

We love a bar that pays attention to their playlist so be ready to listen to contemporary and classic R&B, soul, and funk from predominantly female artists on a vintage sound system.

Their food menu was created by Chef Jimmy Lebron who is also the executive chef of 27 and Broken Shaker. Expect a limited menu that includes salmon crudo with labneh, salmon roe, dill zhug; steak tartar, and a Sardine Bahn Mi. Margot Wine Bar is open 5 PM – 12 AM Sunday – Thursday, and 5 PM – 1 AM Friday and Saturday.


Neighborhood: Wynwood
Address: 51 NE 24th St Unit 104
Cuisine: Mediterranean, tapas, cheese, charcuterie
Good for: birthdays, date night, eating alone, drinks and bites, outdoor seating, with friends, eating at the bar

Located on 24th Street in Wynwood, we found a great spot to drink some wine. Ruka Winewood, made us feel like we weren’t in Wynwood anymore, and we mean that in the best way possible. It’s a coffee shop by day and wine bar by night that is pretty hidden in the ERA Fit building.

If it’s nice outside, you’re going to want to sit on their patio. However, we love the unpretentious vibe inside. They have a small area with sofas for a group or bar seating if you’re going with one other person.

They have a rotating selection of wine by the glass for $10 each. Also, you need to try their limited menu of snacks. Their Mortadella with Sicilian Pistachio, as well as, the rest of their Artisan charcuterie is sourced from Tempesta Salumi, a family-owned Chicago salumeria. Everything is made with 100% Berkshire Pork from Midwest farms. Also don’t skip their Homemade Focaccia and their Wagyu Pastrami Sliders.


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Neighborhood: Miami Shores
Address: 170 NE 96th St
Cuisine: Wine shop
Good for:  Date night, with friends, drinks and bites

So Sobremesa is technically not a wine bar. It’s a neighborhood wine shop that sells pantry items you’ll want to buy for your house or if someone invites you over and you’re bringing snacks. Think imported specialty chips from Spain and tinned fish from Portugal. However, we included them in this list because they often host intimate and chill wine tastings at their store. For $25 they’ll pour 4 wines for you to try. They’ll also do one-off pop-ups with local chefs and pasta nights, of course, all paired with delicious wines.


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Neighborhood: Key Biscayne
Address: 19 Harbor Dr
Cuisine: Argentinian, tapas
Good for:  big groups, birthdays, date night, eating alone, eating at the bar, with friends

Flour and Weirdoughs, a rustic bakery in Key Biscayne has a wine bar at night. Currently, they’re open on Thursday-Saturday from 5 PM – 10:30 PM. It’s super informal, cozy, and great for a laid-back hang.

You’re going to want to stop by and get a reasonably priced bottle of wine. We’re talking $40 per bottle on the lower end. They also have Rummikub and Domino if you want to play. And they’ll show any sports game that matters.

Looking for some food? The Argentinian-ish bites will warm your little souls. Some of our favorite dishes include the Eggplant Escabeche, Fried Milanesa with French fries, and the best Choripan you will have in Miami. Of course, there’s pizza and well you can imagine how good their sourdough crust is. We love the Prosciutto with arugula and lots of parm sprinkled on top and our favorite is the Mortadella, Burrata, and homemade Pesto.


Neighborhood: Downtown
Address: 200 E Flagler St
Cuisine: Food hall
Good for: eating alone, eating at the bar, with friends, drinks and bites

Karina Iglesias, pioneer of the natural wine movement in Miami is back in Downtown. She’s joined forces with the newest multi-level food hall concept, Julia and Henry’s to create La Época. This wine bar features bio dynamic wines from small vineyards that will rotate on a weekly basis.

We have a feeling that La Época will become iconic, not only for the wine selections but also because of the impressive wine tower that is three stories long. Stop by when looking for a spot to casually drink some amazing vino.

PHOTO CREDIT Julia & Henry’s
The best wine bars in Miami