Oceanfront Hotels in South Beach Miami | The Shelborne FL

The Shelborne is ideally located to take advantage of nightlife, business and leisure attractions in the Miami South Beach area. Check out the local destination guide for attractions and events in the greater Miami area.

Miami Beach Nightlife is plentiful. Whether you are into clubbing or are looking for a quiet, intimate dinner and the symphony, Miami Beach offers up a cornucopia of entertainment venues sure to appeal to all tastes. The Shelborne concierge will be happy to assist you further with all of your special needs.

Several sports teams call South Florida home. During your stay at the Shelborne enjoy a great football or baseball game at Landshark Stadium, or watch the Heat at the American Airlines Arena.

Be sure to contact the Shelborne concierge for any assistance you may need.

Restaurants


Guide - Restaurants - Breakfast

Bagels & Co.

About:
11064 Biscayne Blvd, North Miami, FL 33161-7477 305-892-2435

Description: NORTH MIAMI. Whether you want to grab a bagel and cup of coffee on the run or linger over a more substantial meal, Bagels & Co. is a top choice. The fresh bagels come in numerous flavors and can be topped with any of several tasty toppings. Bagel sandwiches are a great start to your day, stuffed with combinations of sausage, eggs and cheese. Sunday brunch is always popular, with breakfast favorites like biscuits, eggs, bacon and toast served by a friendly staff.

Hours:
Daily 6am-4pm

Payment Methods:
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Balans

About:
1022 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-534-9191

Description: SOUTH BEACH. This cafe features a colorful, whimsical interior, but the outdoor tables are considered the place to be. A concrete canopy shields the sun, assisted by colorful umbrellas at each table, creating an appealing courtyard setting that is shady enough to temper the heat. The original Balans was located in London's Soho, and the hip, cosmopolitan vibe is evident at the Miami Beach outpost. Area executives and moguls often have lunch here, enjoying light favorites such as Thai salad with an excellent homemade peanut dressing or creamy sweet potato soufflé with leeks and garlic. A light entree is a wise choice, as it leaves more room for dessert ­ a primary attraction here. Try the white chocolate cheesecake or the apple tart with sour cream ice cream.

Hours:
Mon-Thu 8am-1am; Fri-Sat 8am-2am; Sun 8am-Midnight

Payment Methods:
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Big Pink

About:
157 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-532-4700

Description: SOUTH BEACH. This style-conscious American diner offers upscale interpretations of classic comfort foods, including salads, burgers, sandwiches, pasta, and pizzas. The dining room is all imagination and whimsy, with colorful diner decor, an open kitchen and communal tables. The Big Pink TV Dinner is a nostalgic must, served on a six-compartment stainless steel plate. This is not your average Hungry Man dinner! It may include gourmet selections of fried chicken, meatloaf, or teriyaki salmon. Or try the Thanksgiving on a Roll, with turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing and gravy on a Kaiser roll ­ excellent year-round. Casual attire. Free delivery.

Hours:
Sun-Wed 8am-Midnight; Thu 8am-2am; Fri-Sat 8am-5am

Payment Methods:
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Bistro One LR

About:
1 Lincoln Rd, The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, Miami Beach, FL 33139 786-276-4000

Description: SOUTH BEACH. As polished and gracious as is the Ritz, so is Bistro One LR. Featuring modern American fair with Latin American and French influences, Bistro's menu is both ecclectic and refined, if not a little bold in approach. Classic comfort foods are the kitchen's realm, but they're taken to new heights of invention. Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner indoors or take in the views from the patio. In addition, Sunday brunch is an extensive, spectacular event.

Hours:
Daily 7am-10pm

Payment Methods:
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Cafe Sambal Restaurant

About:
500 Brickell Key Dr, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Miami, FL 33131 305-913-8358

Description: DOWNTOWN. Prepare to be taken a-back by this laid-back eatery's immaculate decor. Decorative accents, from terrazzo floors to a miniature pool, adorn the interior; views of Biscayne may be enjoyed from the dining room or adjoining patio. Awesome contemporary dishes, including grouper seviche, braised beef short ribs and pad thai line the menu. There's a sake and sushi bar, too!

Hours:
Daily 7am-11pm

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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David's Cafe

About:
1654 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-672-8707

Description: SOUTH BEACH. The simple ambience at David's ranges from the minimal yet colorful dining room to the bright, cheerful cafeteria counter, which draws throngs of hungry folks at lunchtime. Area business people and Cuban-native regulars sit side-by-side enjoying bracing cafe Cubano and plenty of delicious, spicy-fresh cuisine. Try the chicken in garlic sauce with white wine and herbs, or the fabulous Cuban sandwich, dubbed by regulars as the Cuban Big Mac, which features pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard. Croquettes are a popular choice at lunch ­ one bite of the thick sandwiches, pressed between slabs of flaky Cuban bread, and you'll know why. No reservations.

Hours:
Daily 24 hours

Payment Methods:
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Eleventh Street Diner

About:
1065 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139-5017 305-534-6373

Description: SOUTH BEACH. If you're in search of the best diner in town, your search is over. This SoBe fave is open 24 hours on Friday and Saturday, so you can get your motor running and stop and refill all day long. The menu has enough variety to satisfy many tastes, and Eleventh Street is especially well-known for its award-winning fried chicken. The atmosphere is casual and friendly, and the staff will make sure you leave happy and content.

Hours:
Daily Open 24 Hours

Payment Methods:
Visa,Master Card,Diner's Club

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Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop

About:
186 NE 29th St, Miami, FL 33137 305-573-4681

Description: DOWNTOWN. Open for breakfast and lunch, this Cuban cafeteria keeps the Design District well fed on everything from bacon and eggs (along with café Cubano, of course) to handmade sandwiches.

Hours:
Mon-Fri 6:30am-3:45pm; Sat 6:30am-2pm

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Front Porch Cafe

About:
1418 Ocean Dr, The Penguin Hotel, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-531-8300

Description: SOUTH BEACH. This serene waterfront restaurant offers a magnificent view. The atmosphere is laid-back and casual, with the menu offering healthy, homecooked food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you crave an omelet, they can whip up a masterpiece for you, and fresh juices are always available. The lunch menu features hearty salads, homemade soups and great sandwiches. Most menu items keep heart health in mind, but you can also throw coronary caution to the wind and sample decadent banana walnut French toast, granola pancakes with chocolate chips, or three scrambled eggs and cheese stuffed into a large, flaky biscuit.

Hours:
Daily 7am-11pm

Payment Methods:
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Gourmet Diner

About:
13951 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33181-1627 305-947-2255

Description: NORTH MIAMI. The name sums up the offerings quite nicely ­ the atmosphere is pure diner, but the cuisine is pure gourmet. The French favorites are skillfully prepared but low-priced, including classic dishes such as buttery escargot, châteaubriand, loin of lamb in herb crust, and creamy seafood au gratin. At lunchtime, the vinaigrette-topped salads are a customer favorite, and the special listed on the blackboard is sure to please. Whether you're by yourself or with a crowd, you'll enjoy the atmosphere, which recreates a dining car from the 1950s. Excellent wines and desserts like the custard fruit tart make this a first-class dining experience without the high prices.

Hours:
Mon-Fri 11am-10pm; Sat 11am-11pm; Sun 11am-10:30pm

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Granny Feelgoods

About:
25 W Flagler St, City National Bank Bldg, Miami, FL 33130 305-377-1104

Description: DOWNTOWN. An important cornerstone in downtown Miami for many years, this restaurant is famous for vegetarian, fat-free and low-fat fare, along with interesting daily specials. Try the soup of the day ­ always a winner ­ or an omelet and a smoothie. Although red meat is not on the menu, even dedicated carnivores are sure to be satisfied with chicken, seafood, vegetable, or pasta dishes served in imaginative ways. Low prices and a relaxed, upbeat environment make this eatery a lunchtime favorite, particularly with the executive set.

Hours:
Mon-Fri 7am-4pm

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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News Café

About:
800 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-538-6397

Description: SOUTH BEACH. A legend within the sphere of Miami coffee houses, the News Cafe is always packed. Patrons planning to dine should expect to wait for a table, as this cafe is set on a popular corner near South Beach. It's fairly easy to nick in for a quick cup of gourmet coffee, though, a common practice among the locals. The adjoining store sells books, newspapers and magazines that go well with a cup of joe.

Hours:
Daily 24 hours

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Pelican Cafe

About:
826 Ocean Dr, Pelican Hotel, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-673-3373

Description: SOUTH BEACH. If you're halfway through the day and still have a taste for breakfast, it's available here until late afternoon. The extensive breakfast menu runs the gamut from toast and pastries to elaborate omelets and fruit-topped waffles. The cafe is also a great place to kick back and do some serious people-watching ­ especially at one of the outdoor tables ­ with a Bloody Mary in hand. The funky industrial decor is reflected throughout the hotel, which is owned by the Diesel clothing company. Lunch and dinner menus feature tasty Italian-Mediterranean cuisine in ample portions.

Hours:
Mon-Fri 7:30am-Midnight; Sat-Sun 7:30am-1am

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Perricone's Marketplace & Cafe

About:
15 SE 10th St, Miami, FL 33131 305-374-9449

Description: DOWNTOWN. This popular gathering place is a favorite among local professionals, who flock here for quick lunches and upscale dinners. The deli selection is particularly popular at midday, when tasty sandwiches composed of the finest meats and cheeses from around the world are offered. At dinnertime, it's a pleasure to linger in the screened-in dining room, which was constructed with parts of an old barn. The rustic, lived-in decor creates a pleasant atmosphere for enjoying Italian and American favorites like Caesar salad, ravioli, mahi mahi on a bed of fresh greens or eggplant Parmesan. Creamy gelato is a decadent finish. The menu features an impressive assortment of upscale Italian fare, including linguini with sautéed jumbo shrimp and fresh asparagus.

Hours:
Mon-Thu 7am-11pm; Fri 7am-11:30pm; Sat 8am-11:30pm; Sun 9am-11pm

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Puerto Sagua

About:
700 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-673-1115

Description: SOUTH BEACH. No-frills Puerto Sagua is a long-standing institution in South Beach, where restaurants come and go with frequency. This one has continued to please the fickle masses with traditional Cuban comfort food and unfussy decor. Native Cubans savor authentic shrimp in garlic sauce, fried plantains and grilled Cuban sandwiches stuffed with ham, pork and cheese. Late hours also make Puerto Sagua a perfect stop-off after a show or a night of club-hopping.

Hours:
Daily 7:30am-2am

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Restaurant at the Setai

About:
2001 Collins Ave, Setai Hotel, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-520-6400

Description: SOUTH BEACH. Located in the prestigious Setai Hotel, this expansive restaurant is situated around an open kitchen and bar and outfitted with high ceilings, neutral tones and striking Asian décor. Patrons may also dine in the serene courtyard, surrounded by lovely ponds and pergolas. The cuisines of Thailand, India, Hong Kong, Italy and Belgium provide inspiration for the internationally trained kitchen staff, who produce delicacies such as choice caviar and salt-pressed Tasmanian ocean trout.

Hours:
Mon-Thu 7am-11am, 11:30am-5pm, 7pm-11pm; Fri-Sat 7am-11am, 11:30am-5pm, 7pm-Midnight; Sun 7am-11am, 11:30am-3pm, 7pm-11pm

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Website:
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S & S Diner

About:
1757 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33132 305-373-4291

Description: DOWNTOWN. Since 1938, locals have doted on this classic diner-style restaurant, where American favorites are served up in hearty portions. Area business people show up often at lunchtime, though it does brisk business at breakfast and dinner as well. This is old-fashioned comfort food that can satisfy any appetite. Try hearty stews, creamed chicken on toast that will take you back to your childhood, and tasty chipped steak with a pile of homemade mashed potatoes. Nothing fancy ­ just great cooking that your mom might have made if she'd had the time. The diverse crowd and friendly atmosphere add to the experience. Check the blackboard for daily specials.

Hours:
Mon-Fri 5:30am-5pm; Sat 5:30am-2:30pm; Sun 5:30am-2pm

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Taqueria El Mexicano

About:
521 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33130 305-858-1160

Description: DOWNTOWN. This Mexican restaurant combines traditional, tasty favorites with innovative dishes, and it's all served up in a fun environment that is ideal for celebrations, families or festive crowds. The decor isn't fussy or upscale, but provides just the right measure of colorful points of interest, including toys and posters from Mexico. Lots of locals from Mexico come here to feast on excellent guacamole and flavorful quesadillas that put more common Americanized versions to shame. The menu is extensive, with dishes ranging from burritos to pork chops, and everything is fresh and generously spiced ­ though mild versions are available upon request.

Hours:
Sun-Thu 9am-11pm; Fri-Sat 10am-Midnight

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Van Dyke Café

About:
846 Lincoln Rd, Lincoln Mall, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-534-3600

Description: SOUTH BEACH. This cafe-society outpost has the same ownership as the ever-popular News Cafe, but this one is less touristy, with a loyal local clientele. Casual crowds, groups of business people, families and lone newspaper readers are common sights. At breakfast, the menu features traditional eggs Benedict, heart-healthy egg white omelets served with fruit salad, and zesty eggs Florentine. Later in the day, the cookie platter, which features six hockey puck-sized varieties, is a fan favorite. In the evening, the upstairs jazz club is a swinging place to mingle.

Hours:
Sun-Thu 8am-1am; Fri-Sat 8am-2am

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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Wish

About:
801 Collins Ave, The Hotel of South Beach, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-674-9474

Description: SOUTH BEACH. It's true that celeb hotspots in Miami are a dime a dozen, but since this whimsical eatery opened a few years back, it's been the sexy playground of everybody from Mick and Madonna to Oliver Stone and Rupert Everett. Featuring cozy velvet banquettes, ornate Venetian glass lamps, and an exotic Art Deco ceiling, the indoor dining area screams "South Beach." Meanwhile, outdoor dining offers a more subdued brush with the cutting-edge, featuring candle-lit, umbrella'ed tables, tropical plants, trickling fountains, and an ever-present Atlantic breeze. Featured menu items include spicy seared tuna, roasted rack of lamb, tuna marinated in Brazilian cachaca, and foie gras terrine. Reservations are required.

Hours:
Daily 7am-3pm

Payment Methods:
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Website:
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