Picture this: It’s 3 am, you just got back from an overpriced, overcrowded South Beach club, and you have to do something to make the hangriness go away—FAST. Luckly, you won’t have to wait for Toasted to open tomorrow morning! Here are 6 spots to find late night food in Brickell.
If you haven’t been to La Sandwicherie at 3 am, do you even live in Brickell, bro? This spot tops the list as Brickell’s most popular late night spot with a constant flow of traffic the entire night. From smoothies and juices to sandwiches and salads, spare your uber driver a trip to the drive thru and get a snack you won’t regret in the morning.
This hole-in-the-wall Colombian spot on the corner of SW 8th St and SW 1st Ave is a great place to get your late night food fix, especially after a night at Blackbird. La Moon is known for their souped up hot dogs and authentic arepas.
“I’m not your baby” … but buy me food and maybe we’ll talk. With a delicious ramen menu, a full bar, and a totally IG-able neon sign, this hip spot on the north side of Brickell is a millennial’s dream.
CUBAN FOOD!! Now that I have your attention, have you tried Sergio’s Cuban? Their new Brickell location combines classic Cuban favorites with a healthy, customizable concept AND it’s open late on weekends. Basically, it’s everything Miamians love, all in one place!
This cute brick restaurant just steps away from Mary Brickell Village boasts a variety of traditional handmade Japanese ramen noodle dishes and an assortment of sake options. Make sure you bring cash - they don't accept cards!
Located on the outskirts of Brickell, Sabor is one of the only (if not the only) 24 hour restaurants in Brickell (at least on the weekends). Sabor is a casual counter-serve restaurant with a variety of empanadas, arepas, burgers, and other Latin American comfort foods.
So you want the scoop… of ice cream that is! Here’s a straight-forward guide to the best ice cream in Brickell to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Freddo, meaning cold in Italian, is a cool spot to get some scoops. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite & coffee for breakfast, a grab-and-go lunch, or a decadent dessert after dinner, this popular Brickell ice cream spot has you covered. Open until 11, it’s the last ice cream shop in Brickell to close its doors for the night.
Everyone loves Haagen Dasz for its fine ingredients, creamy texture, and classic taste. Take a cone break while you shop at Brickell City Center and visit Haagen Dazs on the third floor. But make sure you don’t come through drippin’ at BCC!
This “healthy” ice cream inside the Fourteen Eatery makes for a guilt-free dessert. Cocowhip serves gluten free and dairy free ice cream that is low in calories and has no additional sugar. Now everyone can have a good bowl of ice cream - no excuses!
When it comes to food and dessert, Italians don’t mess around. So if you’re looking for authentic gelato in Brickell, look no further than La Centrale’s own gelato shop Gelateria by Venchi. We recommend prefacing your gelato with a meal from La Centrale for the full Italian-in-Miami experience.
I love the power that comes with being able to serve my own ice cream. Will I fill the cup up until it overflows? Definitely. Will I regret it? Never. Yuzu Froyo & Crepes is a classic and simple spot to make your own froyo in Brickell - plus, they have a variety of yummy crepes! Win/win!