Miami Art Week guide for locals: Tips for foodies

By Andrea Torres - Digital Reporter/Producer

From left, Mia Moretti and Margot, of The Dolls, attend with Liza Voloshin the Vanity Fair x PĂ©rez Art Museum Miami x Genesis Dinner at Forte Dei Marmi on Tuesday. Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for Vanity Fair

Miami's food scene also dresses up for Miami Art Week. It's also the best time of the year for locals who like to socialize to meet interesting art collectors, gallerists and artists from all over the world.  

Here is a list of a few spots to visit:


Pharrell Williams' spot

What: Swan and Bar Bevy - Reservations are recommended for this casual elegant taste of modern European. 

Where: 90 NE 39 St. 

Quick stations

What: St. Roch Market - The group of 12 chef-driven vendors includes a vegan cafe.

Where: 140 NE 39 St., at the Palm Court's second floor.



Sushi bar

What: The Vagabond - This popular casual dining corner does offer reservations

Where: 7301 Biscayne Blvd. 

Late-night pho

What: Phuc Yea

Where: 7100 Biscayne Blvd. 



Pop-up market

What: Hive

Where: 2250 NW Second Ave.

Al fresco dining

What: The Wynwood Yard

Where: 56 NW 29 St. 


Donut junkies

What: Salty Donut

Where: 50 NW 23rd St. 

Asian market

What: 1-800 Lucky with DJ Boys Noize

Where: 143 NW 23 St.

Asian barbecue

What: Kyu

Where: 251 NW 25 St. 

Creative dining

What: Alter

Where: 223 NW 23 St.

Art and food

What: R House

Where: 2727 NW Second Ave. 

Chef Norman Van Aken

What: Three

Where: 50 NW 24 St. 



Near Museum Park 

What: Arson

Where: 104 NE Second Ave. 

Japanese 5-course dinner

What: Zuma

Where: The Epic at 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way. 


Argentine grill 

What: Los Fuegos by Frances Mallmann 

Where: Faena District, 3201 Collins Ave. 




What: Macchialina

Where: 820 Alton Rd., Miami Beach

Stone crabs

What: Joe's Take Away 

Where: 11 Washington Ave., South Beach 

Mexican food porn

What: Naked Taco

Where: 1111 Collins Ave., Miami Beach



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