Miami's Ten Best Late-Night Restaurants

Categories: Best of Miami
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6. Tobacco Road
Where can you get slow cooked brisket or ribs at 2 a.m. with a few shots of Bourbon on the side? None other than the Road, where you can also scarf down a death burger, wings, or salads until 3 a.m. Monday thru Saturday (kitchen closes at midnight on Sunday).

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5. Versailles
If you find yourself in mid-Miami in the middle of the night jonesing for some local gossip and coffee, you need look no further than Versailles. For forty years this restaurant has been catering to night-birds of all ages who heed the siren song of a well-made Cuban sandwich ($6.95) and political chatter. Open until 3:30 a.m. during the week, 4:30 a.m. Saturday, and 2:30 a.m. on Sunday.

Location Info

Otentic Fresh Food Restaurant

710 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

La Moon Restaurant

144 SW 8th St., Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

David's Cafe II - CLOSED

1654 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

La Sandwicherie

229 14th St., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

Tobacco Road

626 S. Miami Ave., Miami, FL

Category: Music

Versailles Restaurant

3555 SW 8th St., Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

Yambo Restaurant

1643 SW 1st St., Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

The Corner

1035 N. Miami Ave., Miami, FL

Category: Music

Brewhouse - CLOSED

920 Alton Road, Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

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9 comments
Kizzgonz
Kizzgonz

Give me Steve's Pizza any time. Unpretentious and the service is fast and friendly

Yak
Yak

She's right about the average American going nite-nite at 9pm. Also the average American is at work before 9am and consumes a meat and potato dinner at 6pm. Why do you think prime time television is at 8pm EST?

gets around
gets around

Most of America is "in bed by 9?" You really need to travel a bit more, Laine. Either that, or drop the inane assumptions. Miami wouldn't even be in the top 7 or 8 cities for quality late night dining options.  

Markyo
Markyo

No Hiro's Yakko San? Gasp!

positive
positive

solid list. three years ago miami late night dining consisted of pizza and denny's. moving in the right direction.

David Josef Tamargo
David Josef Tamargo

Lain Doss lost some credibility today as a legit food writer.

If you haven't discovered La Baguette on 8th street then you're missing out on the best sandwiches, salads, smoothies and juices open 24 hours in Miami. I have been to nearly all of the places on this list and wont return to any of them, except Versailles or Yambos with tourists, but not for the food. After a long night of Urban Hunting the last thing I want to deal with is lack of service, subpar food quality, and a horrible atmosphere which is what you get with all 10 places listed. 

There's no questioning that one of the best little known secrets of Miami is La Baguette, where the food is fresh, produce brought in daily, and the bros working there always happy to be there serving you good food.

Christopher76
Christopher76

El Carnal on 8th Street for tacos.  There is also La Lupita in Brickell, but might as well go as authentic as possible.

Dapgraphix.com
Dapgraphix.com

I think Versailles should be #1... Even the pastries are soft at midnight.

Guest
Guest

 You mean the place that ripped off La Sandwicherie? Yes, La Baguette is pretty good, but La Sandwicherie kind of did the whole thing first -- and now the original has a Brickell location too.

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