The most fabulous farm-to-table restaurants

1) Michael's Genuine Food & Drink

James Beard Award-winning chef-owner Michael Schwartz brings the best of the Homestead and Redland regions to this place that started it all. Fruitful pleasures for the palate include raw oysters with orange mignonette, kale pizza with goat milk ricotta, and wood oven-roasted whole snapper with lemon and roasted fennel.

130 NE 40th Street, Miami Design District

+1 305 573 5550

http://michaelsgenuine.com

2) Charcoal Garden Bar + Grill

Named for the powerful Josper ovens that the chef uses to cook everything from the gluten-free cornbread to the heritage chicken raised in Ocala, Florida. Salads are pulled from the urban garden mere feet away. Even the exterior of this Wynwood Yard eatery is sustainable, created from recycled shipping containers.

Miami - Charcoal Garden

82 NW 29th Street, Wynwood

+1 786 646 2998

http://charcoalmiami.com

3) Ghee Indian Kitchen

Chef-owner Niven Patel’s Ghee is a family- and-farm affair. His parents and wife work in this sophisticated eatery that highlights their Gujarat (western India) roots, and which utilizes the produce that’s grown at their Homestead home. You can’t get a more direct route to seasonal Indian cuisine.

Miami - Ghee Indian Kitchen

8965 SW 72nd Place, Kendall

+1 305 968 1850

http://gheemiami.com

4) 27 Restaurant & Bar

The focus at this foodie counterpart to the famous Broken Shaker is obvious: Local Catch Crudo. Paradise Farms Oyster Mushrooms. Florida Middleneck Clams. In fact, much of the produce is grown right outside in the gardens, then flavored with influences from owners Gabe Orta’s and Elad Zvi’s South American and Middle Eastern cultures.

Miami - 27 Restaurant & Bar

At: Freehand Miami, 2727 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach

+1 786 476 7020

http://freehandhotels.com/miami/27-restaurant

5) Doce Provisions

Chef-owners Justin Sherrer and Lisetty LLampalla take local sources for both raw and artisanal product, fuse them together, and serve them up. And this is how we get fried chicken on a plantain waffle with pickled peppers, Redland guava and sriracha honey, among other hip, Latin-influenced delicacies.

Miami - Doce Provisions

541 SW 12th Avenue, Little Havana

+1 786 452 0161

http://doceprovisions.com

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