Sushi Cafe (7917 NW 2nd Street) is near Mall of the Americas. They have a bim bim bop that is so, SO good and a bunch of korean beer and wine.
For a more comprehensive guide to finding vege-restaurants check out this website.
The majority of bars and clubs cater to gay men BUT, BUT!!!! It’s in Fort Lauderdale, which is Miamian for “Very Far Away” but it’s so worth the trip just to see sidewalks filled with the people like you.
One of the best ways to find girls or like-minded people in Miami is to get involved with non-profits.
Also try a staple Cuban breakfast: pan tostada con cafe con leche, otherwise known as toasted (and buttered) Cuban bread and coffee with milk! Instead of “we built this city on rock and roll,” think- “we built this city on a swamp and limestone.” It feels swampy and humid for at least half the year, which is great if you’re into sweaty chicks. I’ve lived here for 22 years, but for most of that time I wasn’t out or of legal drinking age.After getting involved with local non-profits and changing my major to gender studies, I started collecting little tidbits of queer information.As far as dress code is concerned, they’re pretty chic but I’ve worn my Converses to all these places.
As a lady gay who wards off all kinds of meat (you know, like actual meat), it’s my duty to tell you where you can find delicious meatless dishes.Gigi’s (3470 North Miami Avenue) and Sakaya Kitchen are only blocks away from each other in Midtown.