The blend of old world immigrants and new wave trendsetters are bringing a mix of flavors to Miami's multicultural cuisine. Andrew Zimmern samples roasted pig brains, salt cured fish eggs, and a fruit that ...Go to Episode
El Palacio de los Jugos
Andrew takes a trip to Little Havana with chef/restaurant owner Michelle Bernstein. They make a pit stop at The Juice Palace.
5721 W Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33144
Joe's Stone Crab
Before Andrew eats the iconic crabs, he goes out on the water to haul in a fresh catch with one of the restaurants suppliers, Keys Fisheries.
11 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Prime One Twelve
At Prime 112 they serve applewood smoked bacon at the bar instead of peanuts. It's the highest-grossing restaurant per square foot in the country.
112 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Red, the Steakhouse
Red, the Steakhouse, is known for its star appeal and its pricey menu. The Alaskan king crab goes for $299 for a 6-foot-long crab!
119 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139-7229
Andrew visits another family restaurant where they are preparing food for the griteria. Raspados Loly’s is in an area of Miami known as "Little Managu" (named after Nicaragua’s capital).
10404 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33174-1615
Andrew gets some fresh fish at a small mom-and-pop eatery in Little Havana.
1952 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33135
Michael's Genuine Food & Drink
Andrew goes to Midtown Miami to visit the restaurant owned by Michael Schwartz. He serves local, sustainable food made with improvisational cooking techniques.
130 NE 40th St, Miami, FL 33137
Cobaya (Underground dinner) at Azul Restaurant
Andrew goes into the kitchen with chef Joel Huff as he prepares a mystery meal for adventurous eaters who are invited to an exclusive underground dinner.
500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131