We enjoyed the happy hour apps, from sushi to ceviche and especially the great view! We look forward to visiting again
Let me start with the location. It is fantastic. We sat on the patio with great views of the Miami skyline. The menu is very extensive, but mainly seafood, and the quality of food is great. Several of us had the Patagonian Toothfish ( Chilean Sea Bass) which was excellent. Also worth having the amazing chocolate desert selection which easily... More
The most beautiful view of the skyline of Miami with an excellent service and a wonderful and wide menu in which you can choose from a snack to a very elaborate lunch or dinner. The ambiance is delightful,the personnel treats you with grace and the food is excellent and at affordable prices for the type of restaurant.
This was a great place to lunch and enjoy views of Miami. Outdoor seating is a must if it's available. The food was good but not great. We enjoyed some raw oysters and salad.
Great dinner great view great service with Brian as our waiter and Austin as our bartender. Would 100% come back and we will be planning a bachelorette dinner here in the spring. AWESOME
Superb, delicious. From the Cornbread with Chipotle butter to the Carpaccio . Delicious! Great service. Come in time to watch the sunset and watch the lights.
The reason for my review is to thank Danny, who works at the Rusty Pelican. A friend took me to the Rusty Pelican to enjoy the beautiful atmosphere and view of Brickell from the outdoor patio. I must say that it was very beautiful experience. BUT, the thing that was the most impactful to me about that visit was how... More
This restaurant is a favorite of ours and we always try and visit when we are in the Miami area. If you get a chance to drop in for the brunch then you will definitely want to put it on your list! The food is great, the views are phenomenal, and the mimosas are unlimited for brunch! My only peeve... More
Lousy service and disgusting food at $65 per head without desert. The crab cake was a bit mushy and tasteless. The local snapper looked more like a miniature grey shark, also tasteless. One of the noisiest restaurants I have ever encountered. Music playing on the sound system in competition with a live 3-piece band. Despite the excellent Bloody Mary the... More
Register now for free — and start getting automatic notification of new reviews, responding to traveler feedback, adding new photos to your listing and much more.Manage your listing
Is the Rusty Pelican kid friendly? I normally try and judge by price but it seems Miami is pricy in general. I would like to eat here with a 2 year old....rude or no? (He is a normal 2 year old, he can be an angel at some dinners, and Gordan Ramsay at others). If no, what is another patio restaurant that is kid friendly that has amazing views of the city?