Sleep Inn Miami Airport
105 Fairway Dr.
Miami Springs, FL 33166
Phone: (305) 871-7553
Fax: (305) 871-5441
Bars & Cafes
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.
Bossa Nova is a warm and inviting lounge located in Miami's Doral Golf Resort and Spa. The bar churns out hand-crafted cocktails and also has an impressive selection of artisan sipping rums. The kitchen turns out Latin-inspired tapas dishes. Enjoy the comfortable ambiance with jazz and Latin music playing in the background for a classy but laid-back night out.
Ache is a Hispanic nightclub that often features live music. Local bands from different genres of music perform here and create great dance music. After you dance the night away have a midnight snack or head to the bar for another drink.
Located in Northwest Miami, Polish American Club Of Miami provides entertainment to all party lovers and those who love to dance to some groovy tunes. The light fare includes cool drinks and delicious appetizers. The swank atmosphere and attractive crowd makes this place a perfect upscale option for party-goers. Drinks can be expensive but the music and the atmosphere make it a heaven for party animals.
Step into Duffy's Tavern and you may feel a bit like you've just stepped into Cheers with its laid back and friendly atmosphere. With the walls covered in random memorabilia, "charming" old advertisement and old license plates from across the country, the place always feels busy, and combined with the decent collection of TVs, patrons are never bored. The selection of over 10 beers on tap added to the tasty menu of basic pub grub makes it the perfect neighborhood joint to grab a beer and watch the game with some friends.
If you are in the mood for fresh Argentinean cuisine then head to Coral Gables and have your fill. And it's not only Argentinean cuisine that is on offer, you can also opt for Italian food. Go ahead and binge on the steaks. All the delicacies are classic favorites and have contemporary and creative influences. There is also a full bar available.
This is the place to go when you feel like listening to some live flamenco music. This restaurant's award-winning Spanish cuisine is served in a cozy setting that looks as if taken directly from a travel guide on Spain and its traditions. The service is courteous and the entrees are moderately priced. Located in the popular area of Little Havana, it can sometimes get seedy at night. Make sure you have arranged transportation if you are staying later than 11p.
A tranquil haven away from the overpowering bustle of Coral Gables, this elegant restaurant is tucked within the luxuriously modern Hyatt Regency Hotel. The atmosphere is sophisticated and pleasant. The wait staff is professional and courteous and thanks to the open kitchen, guests can monitor a meal's progress. The menu is a mixture of Mediterranean specialties and slightly heavier continental fare. Fish dishes prevail but poultry, duck and meat are also available.
This is one of the many Spanish restaurants in Coral Gables but the only one which serves Navarra regional cuisine. Red walls lined with oil paintings and a long bar serving tapas as well as Spanish wines by the glass define the tastefully decorated interior. Enjoy live entertainment Thursday through Saturday. A wide range of country fare, meat and game dishes and seafood dishes are served.
The Bar is aptly named since it is "the" bar at Coral Gables. Established in 1946, The Bar is still going strong. There are plenty of beers on tap and lots of fine liquors. The Bar is perfect for just a drink, but they also serve top-notch bar food, such as fish and chips or a grilled steak sandwich. It is darkly lit which creates a mysterious atmosphere, perfect for a date or a night with friends.
The name says it all. This bar and kitchen is a favorite with the locals in Coral Gables and throughout the rest of Miami. The bar features 24 different beers on tap, and the kitchen is equally impressive. The menu takes its inspiration from traditional bar foods, only classed up a notch or two, like their Brie "Mozzarella Sticks", Steak and Egg made with petit filet and tempura egg, or their bacon beignets for dessert. The Local was even voted to have the best bar food in Miami in 2012 by the Miami New Times.
Although this little restaurant looks exactly like a certain west coast wrap chain, it is actually unique in south Florida. Two Miami entrepreneurs got the idea to start a wrap restaurant while in, where else, California. The interior is all but identical to that of west coast wrap-restaurant chains. The main difference is that this place has a sushi bar. Great tasting, low calorie wraps, rice bowls, salads and smoothies can be had for under $6. Sushi is also available and at lunchtime the restaurant packs up sushi lunch boxes for people on the go.