Sleep Inn Miami Airport
105 Fairway Dr.
Miami Springs, FL 33166
Phone: (305) 871-7553
Fax: (305) 871-5441
Specializing in Cuban cuisine, the Bongo's Cuban Cafe has a huge outlet at the southern terminal of Miami International Airport. Fried green plantains and shrimp cocktail for appetizers, while Cuban style steak and Cuban roasted pork in the meats section, are some dishes that are loved by most customers. Drop in to have a relaxed meal after a long flight, or take-away something as you wait for an announcement at the lounge.
Watch airplanes take off and land while you dine at this restaurant, a remarkable replica of a World War I French farmhouse, featuring outstanding American cuisine and an aviation theme. The varied menu offers flavorful and moderately priced seafood, beef, and poultry dishes cooked to perfection. Special features include: a three-course Early Bird Dinner, a Happy Hour with complimentary hors d'oeuvres, and a Sunday Champagne Brunch. Private party rooms & banquet facilities are also available.
The GastroPod food mobile that drives around Miami is one of the first gourmet food trucks that was introduced to the city. Chef Jeremiah, who is also the owner of the popular Bullfrog Eatz in Wynwood came up with the idea of gourmet cuisine on wheels, as he wanted to give people the fine dining experience at a cheaper price. He serves tasty and fresh Mexican cuisine that is sure to blow your taste buds. What sets them apart is their menu that keeps changing, they provide fresh seasonal fish, vegetables and meat. The food is innovative and delicious at the same time. Check out their website or follow them on Twitter for further details.
For the finest and best Cuban cuisine, where else, but La Rosa! La Rosa Restaurant is a casual dining joint that is perfect for a family outing. Go crazy over mouth-watering meals such as chicken and yellow rice, roasted pork tenderloin and savory shrimp platter. Fresh seafood seasoned with exotic Cuban flavors and served by friendly, gracious servers makes it a hit. Steak Milanese, Lobster Thermador, Swordfish in Garlic Sauce are particularly scrumptious. Daily specials entice you with mind-blowing variety on the plate.
El Palacio De Los Jugos offers a glimpse into the Cuban culinary heritage. Established in 1977, this restaurant boasts several locations in Miami, with a flagship one on Flagler Street. Enjoy alfresco dining under their bright colored awnings with traditional Caribbean specialties like Pan con Bistec, Salmón Horneado, Cherna al horno and Ajiaco accompanied by Croquetas, Tostones and Tamales.
Known around town as being one of the hottest salsa clubs Miami has to offer, Cafe Mystique spices life up with a fabulous line up of the very best in Salsa and Latin music. Whether the DJ is spinning on the tables, or a live band is playing, you're certain to Cha Cha your night away on the dance floor. It has a fun and sexy vibe with a crowd to match. But be sure to brush up on your moves, because these guests don't mess around. They know their stuff and they tend to dance into the wee hours of the morning. The drinks are pretty good, nothing out of the ordinary, but standard for Miami. Its a smart casual scene, so dress to impress but leave the tie at home. Expect a line on popular nights, call for information on reservations and bottle service.
The perfect American breakfast is incomplete without pancakes. If you are looking for just that, then IHOP is the place for you! The traditional dishes still rule the roost, but dishes like buttermilk pancakes, pigs in blanket still grace the menu. Amongst breakfast items, popular ones include omelets, crepes and waffles. For dinner, hot favorites are chicken roasted in herbs, pot roast and T-bone steak. Among desserts, the shortcakes, drizzled with gooey sauces and whipped cream are absolutely sinful. You have a choice of strawberry, blueberry and green apple...so go ahead, take your pick! Amongst old favorites is Rooty-Tooty Fresh'-n-Fruity. One great aspect of IHOP is that senior citizens are taken care of. Smaller meals with lower rates are offered to them. They also have a special kids menu.
This small, family-owned restaurant is a perfect destination for those in the mood for healthy, flavorful Middle Eastern fare. The menu is a mixture of traditional dishes like falafel, kabob and kibbeh along with some of their own more modern and original dishes like Zatar crusted lamb chops, charred baby octopus and bamboo smoked sesame salmon. They also serve some traditional Mediterranean and Middle Eastern desserts like Baklava and Kataifeh.
Carino's Italian Grill is a classy restaurant that serves delicious Italian dishes. Choose from the menu or customize your own lasagne, your servers will help you go for the best suited option for the perfect meal. Enjoy hearty portions that are cooked to perfection and served in the utmost presentable manner. Opt for the family platters which will give you a great reason to visit Carino's Italian Grill with all your loved ones. Call ahead for reservations and more.
A warm, friendly atmosphere pervades this popular Kendall-area eatery called Palomilla Grill in which typical Cuban fare abounds. Menu selections include more than a dozen signature palomilla steak dishes, pork, chicken, seafood, and pasta, as well as Cuban staples like rice and beans, fried yucca, plantains, and malaga fritters. Leave room for delicious desserts like mango custard, rice pudding, flan, or tres leches. The restaurant serves beer and wine. Enjoy background music five or six decades old in spacious dining areas characterized by crisp white tablecloths, photograph-laden walls and high ceilings.
Only a precious few Italian restaurants let you witness pasta being made. The Pasta Factory literally churns out pasta from antiquated machines, in full view of the dining room. Homemade pasta is the specialty here, although there are also chicken, veal, beef, sausage and seafood dishes to choose from. Take your pick from an array of savory sauces. This is a family-style restaurant, so be prepared to see a lot of children. The atmosphere is upbeat and casual.
For over three decades, El Mago De Las Fritas has been one of the best places to sample traditional Cuban cuisine. It is famous for its take on hamburgers and hot dogs. Select from delicious frita and perro varieties with their signature stuffing and sauces. Also on the menu are specialties like Pan con Bistec, Croqueta Preparada with sides like Tamal and Papa Mago, soups and desserts. Complement your meal with tropical fruit shakes and beer.