218 Espanola Way
For the perfect combination of dive bar and great grub, order up a genuine Philly cheese steak sandwich on an Amoroso roll at the sub shop built into the back of the Lost Weekend Bar. Serving hand-cut fries, a fine meatball hero and sweet little cupcakes too!
229 14 Street
Once you’ve exhausted yourself at Mac’s Club Deuce, cross the street for a belly busting French baguette sandwich piled high with deli meat and sprinkled with the house vinaigrette to restore your energy and keep on trucking. Voted best sandwich in town.
235 14th Street
Once Tony Bourdain was spotted feasting on spicy Mexican chow after midnight, this tiny taqueria got mucho street cred with thirsty foodies. Stop in for a little classic rock and a two-fisted burrito.
157 Collins Avenue
The South Beach version of a great American diner, Big Pink serves up Big Portions to a late night party crowd including classic breakfast favorites, juicy burgers and divine red velvet cake. Open late, open early… perfect!
800 Ocean Drive
Opened longer than any other South Beach cafe, “the News” is a 24 hour breakfast, burger and light bite bistro attracting tourists, locals, bikers, and most of the off-duty waiters, cops and bartenders on South Beach looking for one last call before heading home.
1627 Collins Avenue
When a huge, fold-in-half type slice of New york style pizza is all that stands between you and your bliss, head to Pizza Bar and grab a steel tray topped with 100% crispy, gooey, cheesy goodness. The wiseguys behind the counter add a little “I Heart NY” attitude at no extra charge.
David’s Cuban Cafe
1058 Collins Avenue & 1654 Meridian Avenue
Locals and Expats thrive on strong espresso coffee and flat pressed loaves of crisp Cuban toast served at sidewalk windows all over town. On South Beach, the club kids and Beach police favor David’s for a cheesy grilled sandwich and a salty remark from the harried waitresses.