Get ready to dive into a culinary journey like no other as we explore the vibrant flavors of Miami during the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix. From savoring classic Cuban dishes to indulging in modern American cuisine, seafood delights, Mexican street eats, and Asian fusion, Miami’s food scene has it all, baby!

As the world’s top drivers rev their engines for the thrill of the Grand Prix, get ready to chow down in style. Whether you’re kicking back in luxury hospitality spaces hosted by top-notch restaurant partners or mingling with the crowd and grubbing on authentic Miami fare, you’re in for a taste bud fiesta that’ll blow your mind.

The Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix will redefine the standard for cuisine at sporting events. Here are some of the best places to dine during F1 Miami.


Restaurants in Miami for F1 Miami


Experience the epitome of Italian culinary mastery at Petralunga, nestled in the heart of Miami, making it the perfect dining destination for F1 Miami aficionados. This Italian gem offers a tantalizing fusion of Contemporary Pizza Gourmet, Mediterranean cuisine, and expert Mixology, all within a vibrant setting overlooking the Bay and North Bay Village marina. Indulge in super thin, crunchy Roman-style pizzas crafted with the finest ingredients, alongside signature cocktails expertly mixed to complement every dish. With its hidden gem status, Petralunga delivers an unforgettable dining experience, complete with unlimited Lychee Martinis on Wednesdays, creating moments that linger long after the last bite. Join us for an unparalleled culinary journey where every dish is a celebration and every visit promises to be extraordinary at Petralunga Miami. Reservations: Phone: (305) 397-8676 Location: 7601 E Treasure Dr Unit Cu-21, North Bay Village, FL 33141


Toro Toro

Indulge in a culinary fiesta at Toro Toro Miami, the hottest steakhouse in town! Toro Toro is chef-restaurateur Richard Sandoval’s Pan-Latin steakhouse located inside the InterContinental Miami hotel. Executive chef Armando Jose Febles, who worked previously at Papi Steak as executive sous chef and at BLT Prime as chef de partie, brings his energetic and family-inspired cooking style to the restaurant. Savor dry-aged steaks, explore vibrant Latin flavors, recharge with delectable dishes, and immerse yourself in a sexy ambiance with pulsating music and Latin-inspired cocktails. Located conveniently downtown, Toro Toro is the perfect escape for a memorable dining experience during F1 Miami.


The Henry

Globally-inspired new American cuisine meets everyday vibes at The Henry. Don’t miss their mouthwatering menu and daily breakfast. Located on the first level of Brickell City Centre on the northeast corner of Miami Avenue and 8th Street, no detail was spared in the Smith Hanes-designed 260-seat restaurant with 8,914 square feet of indoor and outdoor seating, creating a welcoming atmosphere perfect for a pre or post F1 Miami gathering. Immerse yourself in the well-rounded experience, where culinary excellence meets exquisite design, making The Henry Miami the ideal spot to celebrate and savor unforgettable moments.


Boulud Sud

Boulud Sud is chef Daniel Boulud’s coastal Mediterranean restaurant, drawing inspirations from regional flavors with an abundance of vegetables, seafood, grains and herbs. Born and raised in Miami, executive chef Michael Hernandez worked in kitchens in New York and Chicago (where he staged at Eleven Madison and The Alinea Group respectively) to Washington DC (where he was chef de cuisine at Xiquet and executive chef at Fig & Olive) before joining Boulud’s Dinex Group in 2022.


107 Steak & Bar

Savor the ultimate dining experience at 107 Steak & Bar, a hidden gem in Doral, Miami, where exquisite flavors meet unbeatable value. Renowned for its premium steaks, this upscale restaurant transcends the ordinary steakhouse with a menu that caters to all tastes, from carnivores to vegetarians and the adventurous. Crafted with the freshest ingredients, each dish promises a gastronomic delight that’s unparalleled. Dive into their Brunch or Lunch Deals, featuring your choice of soup or salad, a protein selection ranging from succulent grilled salmon to tender skirt steak or roasted chicken breast, accompanied by an array of delectable sides. Complete your meal with a complimentary cup of coffee, leaving you refreshed and satisfied without breaking the bank.


Zuma Miami

If you’re a fan of sushi, you won’t want to miss Zuma. The internationally acclaimed celebrity hotspot first launched into the American market with the opening of Zuma Miami in 2010 bringing Zuma’s signature style of contemporary Japanese izakaya dining, and promptly setting the stage for the Magic City’s extravagant culinary scene. The famed waterfront terrace, which overlooks the Miami River is the perfect place for a night out with friends.


Sexy Fish

Sexy Fish opened its first U.S. outpost in Brickell Miami this fall. The restaurant serves a Japanese-influenced menu created by chef Bjoern Weissgerber, who helped lead the kitchen at Zuma Miami when it first opened in 2010. The restaurant features plenty of its popular dishes from its original location such as duck salad, vegetarian sushi, smoked tuna belly, black cod, King crab, and cheesecake.


Smorgasburg Miami

Smorgasburg Miami, the 50,000 square-foot food market adjacent to the Wynwood Walls and what the Miami Herald dubbed as “Disneyland for food”. Open Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 7PM, the market, located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District at 2600 NW Second Avenue, draws thousands of visitors every weekend in search of a great afternoon of eating, drinking, and meeting up with friends.


The Deck at Island Gardens

The Deck at Island Gardens is Miami’s most treasured waterfront restaurant. From innovative brunch bites to a weekday Sunset Happy Hour, private cabana service, special events and more, this unparalleled setting is the perfect space to dine and dance the day – or night – away. Guests can sit comfortably at reservable full-size dining tables or cabana lounges while enjoying a decadent menu of fresh seafood, brick-oven pizzetta, pastas, meats, large plates, desserts and more and taking in the mega views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay.


Hells Kitchen Miami

Located a block from the water in Downtown’s Met Square complex, Hells Kitchen Miami, the two-story restaurant has ample space for diners to indulge in all of the restaurant’s iconic menu items, spearheaded by one of the most talented chefs. The 16,736 square foot space includes a ground-floor patio and second-floor dining terrace, as well as a beautiful interior dining room. The interior design is set to emulate the hit television show’s set, with an open kitchen and contemporary bar, where diners can watch the iconic red and blue teams from their seat. The bar serves a selection of both classic and signature cocktails; from a traditional Negroni and Old Fashioned to the innovative Smoke on the Water, served in a smoke-filled lantern, or the Notes from Gordon, complete with a personalized message from Chef Ramsay himself.


MILA Restaurant

Located on a rooftop above Meridian Ave, MILA Restaurant is a swanky upgrade to the Lincoln Road dining scene. It has a sexy vibe and is a place to see and be seen. The outdoor area features a koi pond, a small bar perfect for enjoying the view, and retractable awnings for unpredictable Miami beach weather. The interior is designed to create a luxe lounge atmosphere. Mila’s cuisine is “MediterrAsian”, a Japanese and Mediterranean menu with dishes meant to be shared.


La Mar Miami

La Mar by Gaston Acurio is a beautiful indoor and outdoor restaurant with an atmospheric setting overlooking Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. The restaurant’s contemporary design provides the perfect backdrop for La Mar’s signature cebiches, freshly grilled anticuchos and specialty cocktails. Listed on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ Discovery series and recommended by the Michelin Guide, La Mar Miami consistently draws in crowds for its Peruvian seafood dishes and views of the Miami skyline. Lima-born executive chef Diego Oka incorporates a myriad of influences into his cuisine: his Peruvian Japanese descent; his early years spent in his grandmother’s kitchen; and his extensive travels across South and Central America.



Hutong, located in the heart of Brickell, Hutong serves occasionally fiery Northern Chinese dishes in a chic space inspired by the vibrant Miami art scene. Hutong seamlessly integrates traditional Chinese cuisine with contemporary entertainment by providing a large selection of dishes and handmade cocktails. Hutong is ideal for group dining with dishes perfect for sharing like the Dim Sum Dumpling Platters or Peking Duck. Take advantage of the private dining room for an intimate group dining experience. Best Dishes to Share: Dim Sum Dumpling Platters, Peking Duck



WATRlocated at 1 Hotel South Beach and sitting 18 stories in the sky, offers Japanese-influenced cuisine with a moody atmosphere for a day to night experience.


Joia Beach 

Joia Beach invites guests to share fresh plates and spreads while enjoying breathtaking views of Miami Beach as the busy city lights up the night. Upgrade your dining experience and treat your friends to Joia Nights, where weekends become legendary and nights are unforgettable. Exciting entertainment includes aerial performers, fire dancers, and electrifying DJs- all are sure to be a crowd favorite. Best Dishes to Share: Hummus Masabacha, Truffle Pide, Joia Beach Golden Dessert Platter


Casa Tua Cucina

Located in the bustling heart of Brickell, Casa Tua Cucina is a culinary paradise that brings the essence of Italy to Miami. This upscale Italian food hall offers a unique dining experience with various food stations showcasing a wide selection of Italian delicacies. From freshly made pastas to delectable risottos, guests can explore a variety of flavors under one roof. The elegant and stylish ambiance, combined with the mouthwatering dishes, makes Casa Tua Cucina a must-visit for Italian food enthusiasts.


Baia Beach Club

Inspired by the bohemian energy and welcoming multi-cultural spirit of the Mediterranean, Baia Beach Club evokes the laid-back sophistication of international coastal living. Located at the iconic Mondrian South Beach, the waterfront oasis is perfectly situated on Miami’s Biscayne Bay and enveloped by breathtaking views from every seat. Taking cues from the flavors of the Mediterranean, Baia Beach Club features a unique, coastal-inspired menu and delightful cocktail blends curated from only the freshest ingredients.


LPM Miami

Elevate your holiday celebration at the chic and playful LPM Miami. Inspired by the French-Riviera, LPM Miami is known for their light, imaginative menus using Mediterranean ingredients, laid-back and friendly service style, open and airy dining rooms with striking art and Belle Epoque influences. Enjoy flavorful, signature crowd-pleasing dishes such as Escargots de Bourgogne and Crevettes Tièdes À L’huile D’olive. LPM Miami offers a menu made to be shared amongst a group in a refined, tasteful setting.


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.


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.



MOTEK is a locally acclaimed, Israeli Mediterranean restaurant, offering reliably luscious cuisine in an 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.


At The Race


Whether you’re in the mood for Cuban, Italian, 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.