7 Miami Restaurants Open on Sundays

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Miami Restaurants Open on Sundays
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Sundays are the perfect day to kick back, relax, and enjoy a delicious meal without the hustle and bustle of the workweek. If you’re looking for Sunday dinner ideas, you’ve come to the right place: You can always count on these Miami hotspots to host your weekend meal plans.

Bored Cuban

Craving Cuban with a kick? Bored Cuban is your cure for the ordinary. Ditch your usual lunch spot and dive into their fast-casual Cuban bowls and sandwiches. They’re also known for their drool-worthy “pixas” – flatbread pizzas loaded with toppings like shredded pork or vaca frita. Wash it all down with a Chunky Monkey shake, and you’ve set yourself up for a successful Sunday. 

Bored Cuban is located at 831 NW 42nd Ave, Miami, FL 33126. For more information, visit their official website


Savor a Sunday escape at Bouchon Bistro in Coral Gables. Indulge in the flavors of France with their impeccable menu and a Parisian-chic atmosphere that’s perfect for a leisurely weekend. 

This Coral Gables gem offers a luxurious dining experience full of exquisite dishes like steak frites, roasted chicken, mussels, onion soup, and other classics. Make sure to take a peek at the drink list, as you’ll find an excellent assortment of French wine, cocktails, and beers that will hit the spot.

Bouchon is located at 2101 Galiano St, Coral Gables, FL 33134. For more information, visit their official website

Casa Isola

Great things are cooking at Casa Isola. The South Beach restaurant offers a cozy dinner setting perfect for enjoying delicious Italian and Asian-inspired dishes with loved ones or solo. If you follow them on social media, you’re probably aware of the rigatoni alla vodka; all the praise is warranted. Other notable options include the Italian “ramen” and the udon carbonara. The fusion of Asian and Italian is unlike anything we’ve ever tried.

El Turco

Enjoy the warmth of Turkish hospitality at El Turco. This Upper East Side favorite dishes up flavorful mains, vibrant mezze, and a welcoming atmosphere that’s perfect for gathering with friends and family on a lazy Sunday. 

Some of the highlights include manti (beef-stuffed dumplings), lamb casserole, chicken over rice, and simit sandwiches (aka Turkish bagel sandwiches). There’s a reason this place is Michelin-recognized—you have to experience it for yourself. 

Grand Central

Miami’s Grand Central isn’t your average restaurant; it’s a haven for creative dishes that are putting the city on the culinary map. At this charming eatery, you’ll find classic fare elevated with modern flourishes. Beef tartare, salmon crudo, prawns, lobster ravioli… These are all items you’ve probably encountered before in South Florida, but not like this; chef Nuno Grullon pulls out all the stops to make sure guests have a unique and ultimately memorable dining experience. Prepared to be wowed. 

La Fresa Francesa

La Fresa Francesa stands out like a sore thumb in Hialeah for all the right reasons. The intimate French restaurant is full of Parisian charm; you can’t help but smile walking in.

From succulent braised short ribs to decadent croque madames to flaky pastries and exquisite desserts, every bite here transports you to the City of Light. A word of advice: Do not leave this place without trying the salted butter crepe.

La Fresa Francesa is located at 59 West 3rd Street, Hialeah, FL 33010. For more information, visit their official website.

Paperfish Sushi

High-quality sushi doesn’t have to cost you your firstborn. Paperfish Sushi proves that with excellent Nikkei cuisine that’s priced reasonably for its Miami Beach and Brickell locations.

You can enjoy affordable sushi all day long, but there are certain times when you can save even more money. Stop in for lunch and enjoy a bento box with a roll, salad, dumplings, and other accompaniments all for $25 or less. Happy hour is also a steal with significantly discounted drinks and snacks. You’ll be a regular in no time.

Geoffrey Anderson

Geoffrey Anderson Jr. is a contributing/staff writer for Dish Miami. For over six years, he has covered the South Florida dining scene with his wife for the award-winning local food blog Miami Food Pug. When he's not writing about food, he's eating it—or attending rock concerts and traveling.

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