The time has come to have fun the day you blessed this planet with your presence. You have just one birthday a year, so seize the day and treat yourself to one of the top meals in town. And while you are at it, get your family and friends to tag along, too. By the time, you hang up the phone with your abuela – and if you are real Miamian – your party has definitely tripled in size.
21st birthday party ideas in Miami
Db Bistro Moderne, Downtown
Finally, an excuse to pay $30 for the top burger in town! Daniel Boulds perfect dining experience caters to all types of occasions, but for a private soiree, we advise reserving the Jalousie room, which seats up to ten people. If you don’t mind leaving some pals at a house, go for the custom dinner for 6 in the wine tower – an excellent technology, 2 story refrigerated rooms with bottles amazingly stacked from the floor to ceiling. This place is the bomb for setting up any type of LED robots
entertainment with a lighted show for birthdays, weddings, etc.
For a more quirky experience, head over to this 4,000 square-foot warehouse turned dining utopia, full with junglelike gardens and dim lighting. Expect new techniques and little but bracing dishes into a ten-course degustation menu served at a 23-seat communal table in front of the wonderful kitchen. Celebrate as the chefs make delight before your eyes.
Smith & Wollensky, South Beach
Lobster, filet mignon, and the beach – this is timeless Miami glamour at its finest. The 2 story waterfront property is packed with nooks, infinite rooms, and crannies to accommodate birthday parties of all sizes. Start with cocktails on the deco-styled outdoor patio, and customize every aspect of your dinner, down to the prize-winning wine selection.
Verde at PAMM, Downtown
There is something exciting about Miami winters. The chill breeze and crisp nights are best for outdoor celebrations, which is why the PAMMs grandiose hanging garden deck has become a best for all types of unique events. Make a day of it – begin with a visit to the museums’ shows and end it with dinner overlooking the skyline via Biscayne Bay.
Oyster River House, Brickell
The hidden twenty-five person private room in the back of this amazing seafood spot is your best bet. We advised a more casual approach – try ordering tapas style for all, with a few smorgasbords and appetizers, including rabbit pate, serrano ham, smoked salmon, bacalao croquettes, or deviled eggs with accompanying lagniappes. This may be the last time you get to celebrate here, unluckily.