Miami has everything – climate, beaches, food, music, unsurpassed nightlife and fabulous art deco style. But it’s the people more than anything that make this city unique. Half the population is Hispanic (mostly Cuban), and there’s a large influx of Jewish and Jamaican culture flourishing as well. The Hard Rock Cafe Miami, true to our “Love All, Serve All” motto, is proud of this city’s diversity and honors it at our thriving Biscayne Bay location in bustling Bayside Marketplace. We’re easy to find for all. We are located in the southern most part of Bayside Mall by the Marina. So come on inside, sit back, relax and enjoy our excellent food and Miami-Heat-quenching drinks! Or maybe drinking in the views of massive rock memorabilia displays is more your cup of tea. This is definitely your kind of place, too. Whoever, whatever. That’s how we do it at the Hard Rock Miami, so make us your place to gather in unity. Whether Madonna or Ricky Martin-spotting, we’re by far the coolest spot in this hot, Hot, HOT town.

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Ashley Yilmaz 28/08/2017
We sat outside and enjoyed the view of the water and Bayside shops. We both ordered a burger and both were pleasantly surprised! It was absolutely delicious! Lovely experience
Rafael Ireno 31/08/2017
Had the cauliflower burger. What can I say? The best vegetarian burger I had in the last few months. I would recommend it to anyone (meat-eaters as well).. just great!
Brian Blume 17/06/2017
I love the Hard Rock in Miami. Chef Pedro has some great salmon and steaks. The decor is one of a kind including your opportunity to play the drums on stage. The patio offers Great views of Bayside Marketplace on the water. Great for lunch and dinner.
Clem Chz 15/08/2017
Great place. Food is excellent, drinks are good, music is awesome. Prices are a bit expensive but that's a Hard Rock Cafe...
Sam Bruce 19/06/2017
Had to wait a little bit to get in. The staff are great, the Niger is had was delicious, and I loved my strawberry basil lemonade. I didn't like how the gift shop was split into two. Still a great place to eat.