Just south of Miami's Central Business District, you'll find Brickell. One of Miami's fastest-growing neighborhoods, the community is a thriving financial hub with an evolving food scene characterized by an assortment of global flavors. Many of the newer dining destinations in Brickell go beyond cheese-stuffed arepas, croquetas, and other popular regional dishes to include seared steaks, Cantonese-Peruvian chifa dishes, and tonkotsu ramen broth. Bar menus here typically include a choice of small bites, including Chinese duck buns and oyster po'boy sliders, to add flavor to your preferred libation. Most of the dining spots in Brickell are on the upscale side, but the monetary layout is usually justified by the quality of the food -- one restaurant even flies in fresh salmon daily from Tokyo!