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Best Restaurants with Private Rooms Miami Edition

When you visit Miami, you’re anticipating sunning on white-sand beaches by blue waters with a drink in hand. At night, you’re looking forward to its vivacious nightlife. But Miami is also a melting pot of different cultures and cuisines — heaven for an enthusiastic foodie.

And sometimes, the best way to enjoy the Miami food scene is with your closest friends in a private dining setting, rather than in the hustle and bustle of the main dining room. We’ve found 6 of the best restaurants with private rooms in Miami for you and your friends to enjoy. Call ahead for reservations — these restaurants are popular, so you won’t want to wait until the last minute. 

Ariete

Featured on Hulu’s Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi, Ariete can be described as a “concept without borders.” The restaurant plays on Executive Chef and owner, Michael Beltran’s, Cuban-American and French roots. The menu is subject to change based on the season but is sure to wow with its peculiar, yet traditional, flair. Come for the out-of-the-box, yet comforting food; stay for the lively, warm, and family-friendly atmosphere.

Call: (786) 615-3747
Ask to reserve: The Cave or The North Court
Minimum Spend: Call for more information
Dress Code: Casual dress
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The Surf Club

The original Surf Club first opened its doors on New Year’s Eve of 1930. A sophisticated social club, it often played host to legends like Alfred Hitchcock, Winston Churchhill, and Liberace. The club revamped and re-opened its doors in 2017 to evoke its glamorous past with bright, airy dining spaces and an extensive menu of classic Continental meals.

Call: (305) 768-9442
Ask to reserve: Banyan Private Dining Room (seats up to 16)
Minimum Spend: Call for more information
Dress Code: No shorts or flip-flop sandals
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Byblos

Looking for a restaurant with private rooms in Miami, but also want something open and possibly outside? Call Byblos, an eastern Mediterranean restaurant with a vibrant color palette full of blues, golds, and whites. Whether you dine in their downstairs room or the breezy patio, you’re guaranteed to leave relaxed and satisfied. 

Call: (786) 864-2990
Ask to reserve: Downstairs room or the patio (small groups and up to 36 people)
Minimum Spend: Call for more information
Dress Code: Casual dress
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Hakkasan

For those whose ideal night-in involves Chinese takeout, step it up to the next level with Hakkasan. Hakkasan offers traditional Chinese food with a contemporary twist and impeccable plating that is sure to spice up your Instagram feed.

Call: (786) 276-1388
Ask to reserve: The Chef’s Table (20 guests or less)
Minimum Spend: Call for more information
Dress Code: Upscale fashionable attire
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Zuma Miami

Zuma is a Michelin-starred, Yelp-favorite Japanese restaurant in downtown Miami. With internationally acclaimed izakaya cuisine similar to a tapas bar, the word izakaya means “stay-drink-place” in Japanese. So, come to Zuma with your friends, order drinks, and stay for its delicious dining choices.

Call: (305) 577-0277
Ask to reserve: Private dining room (small groups and up to 36 people)
Minimum Spend: Varies, depending on party size (call for more information)
Dress Code: Smart, casual
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Estiatorio Milos Miami

Combine gourmet Mediterranean cooking with seafood, and you have upscale restaurant Estiatorio Milos. The brilliant chef and restaurateur behind the concept, Costas Spiliadis,  wanted to differentiate his restaurant from other Greek eateries by creating a new culture around the island’s cuisine. To that end, fresh fish arrives every day from the Mediterranean. You won’t want to miss out on this authentic Greek menu.

Call: (305) 604-6800
Ask to reserve: The Main Bar (12 or fewer), the Marketa, or Semi-Private Dining
Minimum Spend: Varies, depending on party size and chosen menu (call for more information)
Dress Code: Business casual
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Now that you know the best places to dine privately in Miami, you’re all set! Enjoy warm beaches by day and seek out the best restaurants for foodies by night.