The 25 best wine restaurants and wine bars in Miami 2024

"Miami is on fire right now," says Star Wine List's Miami ambassador Jacqueline Coleman. And yes, this guide is a proof of that. Here you find all the best wine bars and wine restaurants in the greater Miami area!

  1. Phone: +1 (305) 768-9440

    Address: 9011 Collins Avenue, Surfside

    The Surf Club Restaurant by famed Chef Thomas Keller is located at the historic Surf Club, now The Four Seasons Hotel, in the tiny oceanside town of Surfside. Known for its contemporary European cuisine, the Michelin-starred Surf Club Restaurant also exudes timeless elegance. Once inside, you feel transported to the bygone era of Miami’s refined history. If you can imagine Frank Sinatra sitting at the bar, you’re in the right place. Perhaps Champagne or sparkling wine is the way to go here, as bubbles are the fitting beverage for such a classic establishment as this, and the wine list provid...

  2. Phone: +1 (305) 912-2639

    Address: 1500 San Ignacio Avenue, Coral Gables

    Fiola is Italian elegance in the section of Coral Gables located south of US1. This white tablecloth dining experience is well known as the top choice of local celebrities and other high-profile individuals, due to the exquisite cuisine and premium wine selection. Whether you are looking for an elite wine dinner experience only available to those who reserve seats well in advance, or you like to enjoy a bottle of top tier Barolo or Brunello with friends or business associates, Fiola is one of the best spots for fine wine and dining in the city.

  3. Phone: +1 (305) 203-4229

    Address: 266 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables

    Vinya Table is a wine-focused restaurant located on Miracle Mile in Downtown Coral Gables. It is the sister restaurant of Vinya Key Biscayne. This is one of those casual dining spots that serves up fantastic small plates and full entrées from croquetas and crudo to pasta and Branzino, while also being home to a wonderful wine selection. Because it doubles as a retail shop, you can pick a bottle off the shelf and pay corkage to enjoy it in-house with your selections from the menu. There is no corkage all day Tuesdays and during happy hour Wednesday-Sunday. Stop by for Vinya’s happy hour by-t...

  4. Phone: +1 (877) 326-7412

    Address: 4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

    Miami Beach’s iconic Fontainebleau Hotel is home to arguably one of the best modern Chinese restaurants in the area. Hakkasan is known for its beautiful interior design, delicious Dim Sum brunch, and epic wine list. You know you’re in for a treat when even the by-the-glass selections are tiered. Whether you are interested in balling out on a $100 glass or looking for one at a slightly lower price point, Hakkasan has something for you. Along with sake by the carafe and half-bottle options as well. The large format section alone featuring bottles from Champagne, Napa, Burgundy, and Bordeaux i...

  5. Phone: +1 (305) 534-2124

    Address: 820 Alton Road, Miami Beach

    This Miami Beach restaurant is usually the first to be mentioned when you ask locals where they like to dine in Miami. Comforting and welcoming, Macchialina has been a staple on the Beach since 2012. Founded by brother/sister team, Michael and Jacqueline Pirolo, this Italian trattoria offers all the warm home-cooking of a true Italian kitchen thanks to Michael, with a fantastic wine list built by Jacqueline. Revered as one of the top wine professionals in the Miami area, Jacqueline Pirolo has created a program based on exploring classic regions and niche styles across Italy. All the bottles a...

  6. Phone: +1 (786) 803-8113

    Address: 1211 71st Street, Miami Beach

    Located in the picturesque neighborhood of Normandy Isles, Silverlake Bistro has made its name as a favorite restaurant for locals to meet and enjoy French-inspired American comfort food. A charming bistro owned by Sandy Sanchez and Chef Benoit Rablat, Silverlake is the type of place where neighbors gather for a glass of wine, good cheer, and the best burger in town. The wine list includes a range of bottles from California, France, even Mexico and Israel. Many of the producers are ones we know and love but don’t see enough around town. On Thursday nights, the list is half-off, meaning this n...

  7. Phone: +1 (305) 676-0894

    Address: 130 Northeast 40th Street, Miami

    Michael’s Genuine is likely one of the top recommendations if you ask any natives where they like to dine. Located in Miami’s Design District, Michael’s is a refuge for hungry luxury shoppers and low-key locals alike. Founded by one of Miami’s top chefs, Michael Schwartz, Michael’s Genuine offers an approachable menu of American dishes with a gourmet twist that never disappoints. The wine list is varied and has a little bit of everything that can cater to any taste or desire. Whether you are a classic wine lover, or prefer something a little more unconventional, Michael’s has something for...

  8. Phone: +1 (305) 995-0915

    Address: 252 Northwest 25th Street, Miami

    This is one of Wynwood’s best restaurants, and there will be few who would disagree with me. The concept is by James Beard Award-winning Chef Tyson Cole, who brings his elevated Japanese cuisine to South Florida via its original home of Austin, TX. From sushi to sashimi, hot dishes like Bok Choy, and wagyu beef, the whole menu at Uchi is mouth-wateringly delicious. When it comes to wine, the list isn’t long, but offers eclectic options from sake to sparkling, red, white, rosé, and even skin contact and dessert wines. There are a few recognizable bottles, but also some that may not be as famil...

  9. Address: 5143 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami

    Located in an unassuming shopping center in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood, this contemporary American restaurant features wood-fire cuisine in a cozy atmosphere that is just perfect for a low-key date night. If you think the name is weird, wait until you see the wine list! A paradise for wine lovers who like to sip outside the lines, Walrus Rodeo offers a considerable menu of fun and imaginative wines ranging from light, refreshing and obscure whites to crunchy, funky reds. Fancy a glass of Sherry, Port, or Madeira? You’ll find it here, too. This modest but mighty list caters to all kind...

  10. Phone: +1 (786) 209-6310

    Address: 5205 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami

    Boia De is a modest Michelin-starred restaurant in the same humble shopping center as Walrus Rodeo in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami. If you aren’t looking for the exclamation point neon sign, you may just miss it. Popular before Michelin arrived in Miami, Boia De is a casual Italian-influenced eatery that requires a reservation long in advance of your visit. Not just because of popularity, but because of the intimate nature of the seating options. Boia De has a big heart, but small square footage. The list is fun and features special releases and reserve wines in addition to the re...

  11. Phone: +1 (305) 640-5013

    Address: 3413 Main Highway, Miami

    Coconut Grove is one of Miami’s most unique neighborhoods and has been since the city was founded. Once the home of artists and outcasts, The Grove is now the destination for dining. Michelin-starred Los Félix may not be your typical Michelin restaurant, but that’s what makes it so perfect for the not-so-typical neighborhood where it is located. Here, you will find exquisite dishes created to honor the indigenous heritage of Milpa farming. Each Mexican-inspired creation showcases an explosion of flavor and texture in your mouth. There is no wrong choice on the menu. The wine list focuses o...

  12. Phone: +1 (305) 673-1010

    Address: 1700 James Avenue, Miami Beach

    Casa Tua Restaurant in the heart of Miami Beach is one of the classic icon restaurants of the Miami area. Since the beginning, this has been the chosen restaurant for special occasions and making memories, which also means that reservations are very much required. Miami Beach is the original of the Casa Tua locations. It’s a stunningly beautiful property with a sophisticated, lush garden patio for outdoor seating, and an elegant but comfortable dining room. The menu features authentic Italian cuisine. You’ll likely want to drink Italian here, as the wine will complement your selected meal. Bu...

  13. Phone: +1 (305) 676-9495

    Address: 3101 Northeast 7th Avenue, Miami

    Located in the Edgewater neighborhood north of Downtown Miami, Amara at Paraiso has one of the best waterside dining views in the city. The inside of the restaurant is beautifully decorated and offers an ambiance of coastal elegance, while outdoor dining is chic and inviting on a warm South Florida night. The cuisine has a Latin American flare, and the wine list complements with options from around the globe, but with an emphasis on South American bottles you may not find elsewhere. Orange wine from Uruguay and Grenache from Mexico make an appearance. Though you’ll find classics from the U.S...

  14. Phone: +1 (786) 615-3747

    Address: 3540 Main Highway, Coconut Grove

    Tucked into a cozy corner of Coconut Grove near The Allocation Room wine bar, Ariete is one of The Magic City’s Michelin-starred restaurants by home-grown Miami Chef, Michael Beltran. Ariete offers hearty dishes ranging from seafood to pork, and the menu can change depending on what is fresh and in season. The kicker is that there is a Cuban flare to many of the dishes, a nod to our dominant South Florida culture and Beltran’s heritage. With five options for Champagne by the glass right off the bat, you know you’re in for a great classic list. But you can even get a little funkier with a pick...

  15. Phone: +1 (305) 402-9070

    Address: 151 Northeast 41st Street, Miami

    Miami’s only two-star Michelin restaurant is in the Design District neighborhood among the multitude of luxurious designer shops of every fashion-lover’s dream. Those who are familiar with Robuchon’s restaurants will undoubtedly be impressed with the spectacular offering of French-inspired modern fare that his worldwide locations are so famous for perfecting even beyond his time at the helm. A Francophile’s dream list, wine options are abundant at L’Atelier. A classic French list also shares space with Italian superstar bottles, and even other European standouts from Germany, Austria, Spain,...

  16. Phone: +1 (305) 402-9060

    Address: 151 Northeast 41st Street Suite 135, Miami

    Located downstairs from L’Atelier in Miami’s Design District, Le Jardinier is a Michelin-starred garden oasis-styled restaurant. The French-inspired cuisine here spotlights vegetables and fresh ingredients, while seafood and meats seemingly play a supporting role. Albeit a delicious one. Everything on the menu is delectable. Just as with its upstairs neighbor, Le Jardinier’s wine list features top labels and regions from France, USA, and even Austria, Hungary, and Germany. Desire a Swiss wine? You’ll likely find one here. As with every great French restaurant, the list includes everything...

  17. Phone: +1 (305) 889-7888

    Address: 1001 South Miami Avenue, Miami

    Miami has no lack of “clubstaurants,” and this Brickell restaurant definitely fits into the category. Part fine dining, part nightclub, Sexy Fish is a “go-big” type of establishment. The menu offers an array of sushi, sashimi, maki, and seafood options as well as vegetables and meat. But the most impressive part of this trendy restaurant is the wine list. With one of the largest selections of two of the top premium labels in the world, Sexy Fish is a wonderland for the classic fine wine palate. The choices are seemingly endless on this long list, which features brag-worthy vintages of Grand C...

  18. Phone: +1 (786) 953-6946

    Address: 35 Northeast 26th Street, Miami

    Dōma represents fine traditional and contemporary Italian dining in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. Though located in one of the most popular bustling neighborhoods in the city, dōma offers a bit of a retreat in the form of a charming neighborhood restaurant. The dining room opens onto a pleasant courtyard that is perfect for eating al fresco during the best South Florida evenings. Owner, Luca Lomonaco, is a celebrated hospitality professional from Italy whose resume includes other top restaurants around Miami and San Francisco before opening dōma. The wine list naturally leans Italian, with...

  19. Phone: +1 (305) 434-4668

    Address: 3900 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami

    COTE is one of the New York transplants that has made itself right at home in Miami’s Design District. Now with a Michelin Star, COTE is a hotspot for tourists and locals alike. On any given night, it’s possible to see some familiar star-studded faces indulging in gourmet Korean barbeque while ambient house beats energize and excite. When it comes to wine, COTE’s list is not shy. Lauded as one of the fanciest in the city, this is the place you come to show off your exquisite wine taste. But what is cool about COTE is that the list isn’t exclusively the who’s who of Grand Crus. On the contrar...

  20. Phone: +1 (305) 400-4657

    Address: 301 Brickell Key Drive, Miami

    Miami’s Brickell neighborhood is home to many stylish restaurants and bars, but Delilah offers an exclusive experience with nightly entertainment. Though stunningly adorned, the restaurant has a strict “no photos” policy in the dining room. Once you arrive at Delilah, you’re immediately taken back years to the golden age of jazz clubs. During dinner hours, guests are serenaded by live music, until the DJ takes over later in the night. Wine lovers will be pleased to see a list full of boastful bottles from Bordeaux to Champagne, Italy, and Spain, with a section of California producers that ma...

  21. Phone: +1 (305) 239-2523

    Address: 1737 North Bayshore Drive, Miami

    If a restaurant can be called “sexy” then KLAW just north of Downtown Miami in Edgewater deserves that title. Located in the historic Miami Women’s Club building right on Biscayne Bay, KLAW combines refined elegance with a certain Miami-specific "je ne sais quoi" vibe that makes it a hot destination for those who want to be seen and who also appreciate fine dining and wine. Of course, the specialty cuisine here is seafood, but there are plenty of beef options for those who prefer landside dishes. The wine list is vast and deep, reaching into the dozens of pages. For BTG options, there are se...

  22. Phone: +1 (305) 990-1360

    Address: 2101 Galiano Street, Coral Gables

    Bouchon Bistro is Thomas Keller’s ode to the Parisian bistro right in the heart of Downtown Coral Gables. You may recognize the beautiful historic building as the location of the former La Palma restaurant. Here, you will be transported across the ocean to the buzz of Paris at mealtime. The menu has all your favorite bistro dishes like steak frites, foie, escargot, cheeses, and more, all in a setting that feels all too familiar if you enjoy spending time in the City of Light. Obviously, this is the place to order a bottle of French wine. Options abound, from all the best regions and less obvi...

  23. Phone: +1 (305) 361-7007

    Address: 328 Crandon Boulevard # 122 -123, Key Biscayne

    Vinya on Key Biscayne is a retail shop, wine bar, and casual watering hole for Key Biscayne residents and wine lovers from across the city. This is the sister wine bar of Vinya Table in Coral Gables. Take some time to peruse the aisles for a bottle to enjoy on-site for a small corkage, except on Mondays, when there is no corkage fee. Sit at the bar and order from a menu featuring a medley of small plates, sandwiches, and larger entrées. If you don’t want a full bottle, choose a glass from the curated by-the-glass list featuring a rotating selection of interesting wines. Happy Hour is every d...

  24. Address: The Sagamore, 1671 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

    It’s easy to get swamped by the chaos of South Beach on a busy night, which is why Water Lion is the perfect refuge for the wayward wine lover who finds themself looking for that perfect glass. Located in the lobby of The Sagamore Hotel, Water Lion is a small and chic wine bar offering selections from all corners of the world. The more uncommon, the better! The list is rotating, so there is always something new to explore. My go-to ask is for something new and exciting, and the folks at Water Lion always deliver on this request. Snacks and bar bites are available, but I always say this is the...

  25. Phone: +1 (786) 615-3747

    Address: 3540 Main Highway, Miami

    Tucked away in a corner of Miami’s charming Coconut Grove neighborhood is a polished wine bar where you’ll likely find locals on any given afternoon. The Allocation Room is in the same building complex as Michelin-starred Ariete, and it is the passion project of Ariete Hospitality Group Partner and Beverage Director, Adrian Lopez. At The Allocation Room, you can order off the rotating by-the-glass list, or pick a bottle from the shelves to enjoy while you visit. Small bites are available, like olives, housemade white cheddar popcorn, and Cinco Jotas jamón ibérico with tomato/olive oil cracker...