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If you’re in town for the Miami Music Week festivities, you will most likely find yourself along South Beach’s main drag, Collins Avenue, at least once. And more likely than not, you’re gonna get hungry.

We’ve prepped a cheatsheet of can’t-miss, open-late restaurants with food that won’t let you down no matter how late you’re up.

K Ramen. Burger. Beer.

Located beneath Townhouse Hotel, this underground molecular gastropub is hipster AF, but give it a chance: the menu covers a range of Japanese-inspired favorites like ramen, poke, and handrolls. Oh, and burgers.
photo from K Ramen. Burger. Beer
Eat: K Burger (pictured)
Drink: Sake bomb
Directions | Menu

Pizza Bar

The slogan says it all: Size Does Matter. Pizza Bar serves up their world famous XL slices and pies until 4 AM. Giant pizza, what else do you need to hear?
photo from Pizza Bar
Eat: All The Way pizza
Drink: Frozen slushie
Directions | Menu

Moshi Moshi

Whether you want the classics or something innovative and new, Moshi Moshi is open until 5 AM, serving up sushi, sake, and small plates. Within stagger distance of Trade, Kill Your Idol, and other Miami venues.
photo from Yelp
Eat: Miami B roll
Drink: Miso soup (it’s that good)
Directions | Menu

Cheeseburger Baby

South Beach’s oldest burger joint, featuring a classic 50s Miami ambience and open until 5 AM.
Cheeseburger Baby
Eat: Chili cheese fries (pictured)
Drink: Soda in a classic glass bottle
Directions | Menu

Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company

A local favorite with awesome food, craft cocktails, and a chill vibe, Sweet Liberty is definitely a place you’ll want to hit more than once.
photo from Yelp | Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company
Eat: Cuban torta
Drink: Big banana julep
Directions | Menu

The Alibi

A total dive with exceptionally delicious greasy spoon fare that hits the spot. This place sticks out a little in South Beach, but that’s probably part of what makes it so great.
photo from Natalia Molina, Miami New Times
Eat: Philly cheesesteak with truffle fries
Drink: BEER
Directions | Menu