Helmed by chef Danny Serfer, this acclaimed oyster and seafood haven serves up oysters (over 12 varieties on any given day), seafood and prime rib in a bustling, classy-retro setting.
“This Miami/New Orleans-inspired oyster bar caters to seafood fans who like their fin fare both plain and fancy... Raw oysters are sourced from both U.S. coasts and are worth a visit alone. Of the cooked varieties, try the oysters Rockefeller — a buttery, crunchy, breadcrumb-topped classic. An exemplary red fish is seared until crispy-skinned and juicy in its piquillo pepper and brandy-spiked sauce, served alongside snappy haricots verts.” – Miami Herald
"...it's easy to see why people would return to enjoy such high-quality, uncontrived food at a restaurant with a distinctly neighborhood vibe. Mignonette is Edgewater's new pearl, and that's certainly worth celebrating.” – Miami New Times
The 1930’s brick and glass-walled former gas station has a retro design and an approachable, neighborhood feel. A vintage marquee lists daily oyster arrivals. Caramel colored banquettes, a marble-topped raw bar and tables lit by hanging globes of light lend stylish touches to the space (mirroring the “plain and fancy"-ness of the fare).
210 Northeast 18th Street
Miami, FL 33132