Byblos, Miami South Beach

The Place

Eastern Mediterranean eatery providing a feast for your belly and your eyes – the interiors are to-die-for!

The Neighbourhood

On Collins Avenue (Miami’s hotel mecca) in South Beach. Byblos sits just at the top of Ocean Drive so it’s super close to the sand and surf.

A Good Shout for…

Dinner as the restaurant only opens at 6pm. And sharing plates. . And it’s a popular hangout so book ahead to be sure of getting a table.

The Best Bits

  • The interior – worth a visit in itself. Colourful, exotic luxe. Grand windows. Statement lighting. And beautiful artwork.
  • Any and all of the seafood on the menu. I’m a pescetarian so I can really vouch for the ocean delights at this place.
  • The baklava. Because it’s an Eastern Mediterranean restaurant. And it’s rude not to. Right?

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Bela Molnar
27 Restaurant & Bar, Miami | Mr Globetrotter says 10/07/2019

[…] Towards the top end of Miami’s South Beach. Right next door to the Freehand Hotel and the Broken Shaker bar. Further north up the coast from Byblos restaurant. […]

Bela Molnar
Bored of South Beach? 5 Reasons Why I Love Wynwood Miami | Mr Globetrotter says 10/09/2019

[…] used to spend my Miami days hanging around South Beach. Staying at the Soho Beach House. Eating at Byblos or 27 Restaurant. And only heading through downtown on my way to and from the […]

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