When staying at the Hilton Miami Downtown you never have to travel far for a delicious meal. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, we have great dining outlets available on-site. If your plans take you out and about in the downtown Miami area, you will find some of the best downtown Miami restaurants that offer a truly unique dining experience. In addition, our concierge will be happy to help you coordinate any reservations you may require.
You will find that these are some of the trendiest restaurants in the area that are walking distance from the hotel.
Chef-Owner Alfredo Patino celebrates a fresh local market approach with his "Roadside European Cuisine". In a cosmopolitan, industrious setting in Miami's neighboring art district, Bin No.18 is a popular stop for pre and post Art Center shows and gallery walks. With its contemporary interpretation of casual meets chic, the European bistro explores a spectrum of artisan dishes composed with a delicious purpose.
Open until 3 AM and later, serving the finest Japanese cuisine, as well as other favorites of Hiro Terda, NoVe Kitchen & Bar is a collaboration of East meets West. Hiro’s “bridging” of Japanese and American favorites is the theme at NoVe, which has made its mark by bringing the best of both cultures and the contemporary cuisine of Japan to diners seeking something different, something unique, and something to remember.
Located on Biscayne Bay, Primo’s is a boutique style 40 seat masterpiece, offering traditional Italian dishes blended with American favorites in an upbeat European environment. This is a small, cozy and intimate diner’s delight. The restaurant is a little unassuming due to the location, but once you walk inside, you begin to feel right at home. The staff is ultra accommodating due to the size of the restaurant.
Mario Cicilia devoted lover of Japanese Cuisine had his own idea for creating a place with ambience. He created a restaurant with a combination of a trendy and peaceful atmosphere. A zest for Japanese cuisine, enhanced and infused by the flavors of his Caribbean background, has helped capture this concept. Customers delight themselves with the large variety of tartars, innovative rolls, and the largest selections of sake in South Florida.
Just minutes from the Hilton Miami Downtown Hotel is Mignonette, a great new oyster bar. Mignonette provides a fun environment for guests where they can indulge in a dozen oysters, a bottle of champagne, or classic seafood dishes like Oysters Rockefeller and Clams Casino. This exciting, new restaurant is meant to bring a unique oyster bar experience to its guests. Pop on over for lunch, dinner or brunch or even for a few cocktails during Happy Hour!
The Café at Books & Books is conveniently located within the ground floor of the Arsht Center’s Carnival Towe and gives customers a new choice for pre- and post-show meals. Under the direction of Chef Allen Susser, The Café at Books & Books features a café-style restaurant with lovely outdoor seating, table service, and a specialty coffee bar.
Whatever type of cuisine you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it in downtown Miami. From trendy hot spots to intimate casual dining, this city has it all.