||Best restaurants for kids in Miami
Being away from home usually means eating out at restaurants and while Miami is overflowing with exciting places to eat, the challenge comes when trying to eat with those finicky dinners: kids.
Even if you have a kitchen where you stay, you’re bound to want to try some of the local cuisine, so here are some top dining spots in Miami for eating out with the family.
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Cuban home cooking at its finest…Puerto Sagua is the place for you and your teen to kick back and enjoy Cuban home cooking at its finest. Even local politicos flock to the diner counter on weekday mornings to discuss local policy while chowing down on these great dishes. Located right in South Beach, Puerto Sagua is right near the beach and nightlife hot spots.…
Bavarian pretzels and apple strudel experts…Give your kids a taste of German culture at Fritz and Franz Bierhaus in Coral Gables, Florida. Fritz and Franz features a wide selection of German favorites, including chicken and pork schnitzels, bratwurst, Bavarian pretzels, and apple strudel…
House DJs and Mariachi bands…A virtual hot sport for teens and college students, Senor Frog’s is generally filled to overflowing with a young, hip crowd clamoring for its excellent selection of Tex-Mex favorites, such as chimichangas, tacos, burritos, and fajitas…
Every night is a Mardi Gras celebration…Who needs to visit New Orleans when you can just stop by Fat Tuesday, where every night is a Mardi Gras celebration. Fat Tuesday does have a limited menu of delicious choices, but the main fare of Fat Tuesday is the huge selection…
Gumbo and alligator and local music…If you and your teen enjoy good live music and great food, then Alligator Alley is the place you’ll want to go at the end of a long day of site seeing. Alligator Alley serves up traditional southern favorites such as gumbo and alligator dishes. The entertainment comes from local musicians as well as national acts from all types of music styles.…
Jazz, Blues, and Brunch…Spend a morning lounging around on Lincoln Road at the Van Dyke Cafe chit-chatting with family over brunch. A visit to the Van Dyke Café in the evening will have you swinging to the sounds of house band The Don Wilner Trio, as well as other blues and jazz musicians.…
An addictive bohemian ambiance…The News Cafe is a South Beach landmark and a place to see and to be seen. Rumors have it that many models were discovered here and became very famous. In addition to a well-rounded menu, you can …
The Big Cheese…The Big Cheese serves a variety of Italian-American favorites, including subs and salads, pizza, pasta dishes, and buffalo wings, to name a few. The walls are decorated with local sports memorabilia and autographed sports items from the Miami Heat and University of Miami athletes…
Other Miami family restaurants include:
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
Bucca di Beppo
Chuck E Cheese
Dave and Buster’s
Hard Rock Café
The Melting Pot
Smith & Wollensky
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