Best Places to Dine in Miami During Formula One Grand Prix


Experience the diverse and vibrant culinary scene of Miami during the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix. From classic Cuban dishes to modern American cuisine, seafood, Mexican street food, and Asian fusion, there’s something for every palate. Internationally renowned restaurant partners will anchor luxury and hospitality spaces, while all fans will have access to a bevy of authentic Miami food and beverage options. Indulge in delicious flavors while watching the world’s best drivers compete in the thrilling Grand Prix. The Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix will redefine the standard for cuisine at sporting events. Here are some of the best places to dine in Miami during the Formula One Grand Prix.

At The Race

Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar

If you’re heading to the race this year, make sure to check out this local Midtown Miami favorite for fusion bites. With a menu of fusion dishes from Peru to Tokyo, Negroni Bistro and Sushi Bar presents a Nikkei sushi bar that offers a special variety of rolls, nigiri, tiraditos and ceviches. The overarching menu also features an array of diverse comfort fare, such as antipasti, salads and burgers.

Pink Love Donuts & More

Guests with a sweet tooth at the race can’t miss Pink Love Donuts & More, the family-run bakery and donut shop based in South Florida with locations in Oakland Park and Miami Beach. The restaurant serves up more than 80 rotating flavors of gourmet donuts, including over 20 vegan options, plus a selection of artisanal croissants and Argentine empanadas. This year, Pink Love Donuts & More has launched a new all-day breakfast menu featuring a variety of flavorful French toasts, chicken and waffles, breakfast sandwiches with donut buns, and a new Pink Burger. Don’t miss them at the race!

Restaurants in Miami

The Deck at Island Gardens

Treat mom to a waterfront brunch at The Deck at Island Gardens, featuring a decadent in-theme buffet, live entertainment and picturesque views of Miami’s waterfront. Indulge in a variety of seafood specialties, creative salads, breakfast favorites and live carving stations, all topped off with a dessert station featuring the sweetest treats. Make your reservations for Sunday, May 14, between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. to show your love and remind Mom why you’re her favorite child.

Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar

Located in the heart of Midtown Miami, Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar offers a unique and eclectic fusion menu that features dishes from Peru to Tokyo. This Mother’s Day, Negroni is pulling out all the stops with a special brunch sponsored by Pommery from noon to 4 p.m., featuring all-day drink specials, roses for all the moms in attendance and exciting giveaways. Address: 3201 Buena Vista Blvd., Miami, FL 33127 – Phone: 786.510.0075

Joe’s Stone Crab

A Miami institution since 1913, Joe’s Stone Crab is a must-visit for seafood lovers. The restaurant is known for its stone crabs, which are only in season from October to May. Other menu highlights include fried chicken and key lime pie. Joe’s is located in the South Beach neighborhood, just a short drive from the Grand Prix circuit.

Coyo Taco

If you’re in the mood for some Mexican street food, head to Coyo Taco in Wynwood. This casual spot serves tacos, burritos, and bowls made with fresh, local ingredients. Don’t forget to try their homemade guacamole and salsa.


For a more upscale dining experience, check out Komodo in Brickell. This Asian fusion restaurant offers a menu of dishes such as Peking duck, wagyu beef dumplings, and truffle fried rice. The restaurant also has a rooftop lounge with views of the Miami skyline.

La Mar by Gaston Acurio

Located in the Mandarin Oriental hotel, La Mar serves Peruvian cuisine with a focus on seafood. The menu features dishes such as ceviche, tiraditos, and anticuchos. The restaurant also has a waterfront patio with views of Biscayne Bay.

Kosushi Miami

Located in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood, Kosushi Miami is known for its authentic yet contemporary take on traditional Japanese cuisine with bold Brazilian flavors created by five-time Michelin-starred Chef George Koshoji. Guests can choose from various cold and hot dishes like the chilled King Crab Truffle, steaming Wagyu Gyoza and a variety of sushi. Kosushi also serves an exclusive cocktail selection created by the talented Brazilian mixologist Márcio Silva, featuring drinks like Shokobutsuen, with ginger-infused Roku Japanese gin, basil, cucumber and lemon, as well as a curated list of wine and sake showcasing flavor profiles for every palate.

Villa Azur Miami Beach

The chic French supper club Villa Azur is a classy culinary and lifestyle experience. Upon entering, guests are transported into a world of European elegance, where they can pair their dinner with a sophisticated and lavish evening of live music, entertainment and art that parallels the glamour of the French Riviera. In celebration of the F1 Miami Grand Prix, Villa Azur will be offering a special cocktail, the Formula 1 Grand Prix ($23), made with Casamigos Blanco Tequila, Anchos Reyes, fresh lime, strawberry purée and a flavorful Tajín rim. Guests can also enjoy fresh and extravagant dishes from Villa Azur’s menu, including the roasted Chateaubriand Au Poivre, 2 pounds of prime filet mignon paired with bordelaise and béarnaise sauces, and the Dover Sole Meunière, made with whole fish, caper, lemon and brown butter and prepared tableside for a stunning visual. Additional bites include the cognac-flamed Pâtes à la Meule pasta served tableside.

Casa Sensei

Located only 30 minutes from the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix, Casa Sensei brilliantly blends traditional Latin American cuisine with Pan-Asian staples to create the best of both worlds. The fusion eatery presents a deliciously dynamic environment for an immersive dining experience in the restaurant’s elegant dining room, on the dog-friendly waterfront patio or via a scenic Riverfront Gondola Tour along the Himmarshee Canal. Authentic comfort dishes include favorites like the Korean BBQ Beef and Kimchi Fried Rice and tantalizing specialties like the freshly fished Lobster Guacamole. After an elegant meal where East meets West, guests can satisfy their sweet tooth with a complimentary cloud of cotton candy.

Verde at PAMM

Located at Pérez Art Museum Miami, Verde offers sweeping views of Biscayne Bay and boasts an elevated menu of seasonal-inspired dishes with locally sourced produce. The modern-casual restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating, featuring an expansive terrace with lush vegetation cascading from the canopy’s overhang. The patio, which leads to the entrance to the museum’s sculpture garden and Maurice A. Ferré Park, is a scenic outdoor experience for diners looking to bask in the South Florida weather and immerse themselves in the city’s cultural offerings and views of Downtown Miami.

Food@Science Café at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Come for the science; stay for the food. Visit Food@Science at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science for a science-inspired lunch while enjoying Downtown Miami’s Maurice A. Ferré Park. After exploring the showstopping oculus lens aquarium, watching an eye-opening show at the planetarium or digging for dinosaur bones at the Dino Explorers Mini-Camp, aspiring scientists can munch on some brain food to power through the day. The café elevates the Frost Science experience by offering themed menu items related to the museum exhibitions.

Accent Café at the Adrienne Arsht Center

Accent Café is a NEW full-service bistro at the Adrienne Arsht Center led by the food and beverage experts of Constellation Culinary Group. It welcomes theater-goers to grab a bite before their show with a selection of ready-to-go boxes, artisanal sandwiches, house-made pastries and a variety of snacks. The quick-service café will open two hours before all shows at the Ziff Ballet Opera House. It can also be rented out for private events and gatherings of up to 40 people.

KAO Sushi & Grill

With roots in Buenos Aires, KAO Sushi & Grill serves top-level fusion cuisine, combining Japanese and South American flavors with European tapas. Located on Miracle Mile, KAO brings culinary delights on every level, thanks to masterfully crafted creations that make it one of the top foodie destinations in the Gables. Its modern and artsy dining room and bar evoke an elegant ambiance while also being family-friendly. Guests can experience a menu of grilled meats, seafood, sushi rolls and a wide variety of small plates perfect for sharing.


Landing on the New York Times’ list of the “50 Best Restaurants in America for 2022” and “36 Hours in Miami” guide, Mamey is an island-inspired restaurant by James Beard Award nominee and Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef of 2020” Niven Patel. Located inside THesis Hotel Miami, Mamey is inspired by Chef Niven’s travels throughout Asia, French Polynesia and the Caribbean and showcases the exotic flavors and spices commonly found in the islands. Like all of Chef Niven’s endeavors, Mamey features locally grown produce, most of which is sourced from his own farm, Rancho Patel, in Homestead, Florida. Mamey’s seasonal offerings are complemented by fun, innovative cocktails that transport guests to the tropics. Draping leaves, rich textures, warm woods and tropical artwork create a relaxed yet exciting atmosphere.

Mamey on 3rd

Mamey on 3rd is an island-minded oasis by Chef Niven Patel serving happy hour, flavorful bites and live music daily. This vibrant rooftop extension of Mamey is a tropical retreat on the third floor of THesis Hotel Miami and one of Coral Gables’ best hidden gems.


Located inside THesis Hotel Miami in Coral Gables, Orno is a modern restaurant with an open-kitchen concept helmed by five-time James Beard Award nominee and Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef of 2020” Niven Patel. Also named “Best New Restaurant” by Miami New Times, Orno offers guests a true farm-to-table experience using locally sourced ingredients from Chef Patel’s very own farm, Rancho Patel. The menu consists of new-American cuisine featuring the finest selection of meats and seafood. Wood-fired culinary creations are complemented by specialty cocktails inspired by literary classics, which can be enjoyed in the main dining room or The Library, Orno’s hideaway lounge and private dining room.

Whether you’re in the mood for Cuban, American, seafood, Mexican, or Asian cuisine, Miami has something to offer for every palate. These restaurants are just a few of the many options available to dine during the Formula One Grand Prix. Make sure to fuel up before or after the races and experience the diverse flavors of Miami.


MOTEK is a locally acclaimed, Israeli Mediterranean restaurant, offering reliably luscious cuisine in an ultra-convenient, yet elevated context. Drawing inspiration from dishes traditional to Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, Yemen and beyond, the restaurant’s kosher-style menu features all day brunch, lunch, dinner, freshly baked sweets, coffee and more. Conveniently located just 20 minutes away from Hard Rock Stadium, MOTEK Aventura is the perfect place for genuine eats surrounding your Formula One festivities. MOTEK has quickly established itself as a Miami staple with two additional locations in Downtown and most recently, Coral Gables.


Located in the heart of South Beach, HaSalon has come to fame for its internationally acclaimed Israeli cuisine and celebratory nightly festivities since its inception in late 2020. Led by renowned Chef Eyal Shani, HaSalon’s menu offers bright salads, vibrant vegetable dishes, and satisfying pastas, along with show-stopping courses meant for sharing including many whole fish preparations, giant lamb kebabs, and steaks. The restaurant can accommodate up to 30 guests in their private dining room between Thursday to Saturday evenings.

Pura Vida

Pura Vida is a South Florida-based all-day cafe founded by husband-wife team, Omer and Jennifer Horev. The health-focused eatery provides an extensive menu featuring a range of raw, organic acai bowls, freshly squeezed juices, superfood smoothies, fresh salads, wraps, bowls and more, making it the ideal grab-and-go eatery. Since its inception in 2012, Pura Vida has evolved to include 14 outposts throughout South Florida, perfectly spread for wherever your Formula One festivities lead you.

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