Restaurants of every imaginable type line Biscayne Boulevard as well as 163rd Street, which turns into 167th Street as you head west. The multitude of unique palate-pleasers around here make it a foodie’s delight.
The Sushi House promotes Asian Fusion, or modern sushi and pan-Asian cuisine, in an atmosphere that emphasizes presentation and tranquility. Along with traditional Chinese, new Japanese and classically prepared sushi favorites, the menu selections also reflect French and Hawaiian influence. The vast wine selection contains choices from around the world to complement any meal here with style. Due to its extreme popularity, reservations are highly recommended, especially for larger parties.
Kabobji relies on a tantalizing menu of Middle-Eastern classics, from chicken shawarma and lamb shish kebabs to falafel and feta cheese plates. Arrive hungry, as the generous portions beg to be finished. Expect to need a doggie bag anyway, especially if you indulge in scrumptious desserts such as walnut or pistachio baklava or knafe. Not for adults and carnivores only, Kabobji also provides a children’s menu and vegetarian selections.
For a truly family-friendly and fun experience, Laurenzo’s café dishes up fresh Italian flavor in a memorable setting. Expect homemade family recipes with daily and weekly specials, and everything on the menu available for take-out, too. Call ahead, and your order can be ready for pickup in moments. Great for trips to the park for an impromptu picnic. Try the Italian wedding soup or spinach lasagna. Stop by the bakery for dessert to take home treats or eat there. Laurenzo’s has an entire market at your disposal.
A very festive, lively and active part of town with a matching nightlife, neighbors often spontaneously light off fireworks to celebrate any one of numerous holidays. Musical and other entertainment venues surround you here in the greater Miami area, representing every genre. Locals visit Miami Beach and downtown Miami for the some of best bars and clubs.
Downtown North Miami's Moca Cafe and Lounge attracts dancers of all ages for Salsa rhythms. Parking costs nothing here, and over on Miami Beach parking can cost as much as $20 for the night, so that's a great head start on financing your fun right there. Speaking of the beach, the Fontainebleu hotel houses
Liv glam club, where top entertainers perform for sold-out audiences on a mind-blowing state-of-the art sound system.