After a year off, Sabah is back in Miami through the end of March. You can find our little Sabah Outpost at the Standard Miami Beach open 10-6pm daily.
In honor of the occasion, we've put together recommendations of places to eat, drink, shop & dance in Miami. See below for a few highlights, or download Sabah's Mini Guide to Miami here.
WHERE TO EAT:
La Natural (7289 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33150)
For Sabah, La Natural feels like home. Relaxed, great tunes, a wonderful
ambience and great sourdough pizza.
La Natural opened its doors in 2020 in Little Haiti. Every morning they make a cold-fermented dough -- a key ingredient for their delicious pizza! The Sabah team always shows up on the later side and we are usually the last ones to leave. Once Andreina starts the salsa music, we just can't stop dancing :)
PS...Always take Andreina’s wine recommendation!
Tigre (620 NE 78th St, Miami, FL 33138)
Friend and collaborator, Chef Deborah De Corral and team, opened the very cool and laid back restaurant Tigre. The menu is based on Argentinian classics and local seasonal ingredients. Request a table outside by the river where from time to time you will spot a manatee.
Sanguich De Miami (2057 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135)
If you want to try a real Cuban sandwich, you must visit Sanguich De Miami in Little Havana. We recommend ordering the "El Cubano" with a cafecito. Don't forget to get the chicharrones!
Sunny's Steakhouse by Jaguar Sun (Lot 6, 7357 NW Miami Ct)
The most beautiful place to eat outdoors -- under a massive Banyan tree. The food is cooked on an open fire and the cocktails are some of the best in Miami. Tables are set up so you can walk around & meet people. They always have disco on vinyl playing too.
WHERE TO VISIT:
Rubell Museum (1100 NW 23rd St)
One of the most significant and far-ranging collections of contemporary art in the world. This museum is a must visit while you are in Miami; have a coffee in the garden before or after.
Supply & Advise (223 SE 1st St, Miami, FL 33131)
Specialty menswear shop located in downtown Miami carrying some of our favorite brands such as Drake’s and RRL.
Their specialty is classic, rugged and timeless garments, inspired by Americana, vintage military work wear and nights out on the town. We stopped by to photograph Mark (left, below) who runs the shop and is a great stylist.
Beach (South of 5th)
This is where the locals go to the beach. A mix of colorful umbrellas, incredible views, mild waves and occasionally live music.
Nina Johnson Gallery (6315 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33150)
Since 2007 Nina has produced exhibitions by emerging and established artists from around the world. Visiting Nina’s gallery in the Little Haiti neighborhood is a treat; a beautiful space, warm hospitality and always a great collection on view.
The Center for Subtropical Affairs (7145 NW 1st Ct, 33150)
The center is located in the Little River neighborhood. They have a beautiful Botanical garden with super fun cultural programming. We love Jazz night on Thursdays!
WHERE TO DRINK & DANCE:
Lagniappe (3425 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137)
Choose your own cured meat & cheese platter, pick a bottle of wine and find a table in their large backyard. Great people watching too!
Melinda's (1306 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33136)
Melinda's sits within an orchid garden in downtown Miami. We go here for great cocktails and dancing to live music. Our favorite local band, Javier & Friends, also plays here from time to time!
Dante's HiFi (519 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33127)
You can find the Sabah team here on any given night; having an old fashioned while listening to great vinyl records.