With the greatest hub of international banks in the nation, Brickell is sure to have the most upscale and top rated restaurants lined up to not only cater to the international business entrepreneur but also to the locals and visitors alike.  If you are looking to enjoy a great tasting feast, stroll on over to Edge Steak and Bar offering a wide menu of fresh seafood and select cut meats.  Edge Steak and bar has a full liquor selection and is located at the Four Seasons Hotel which happens to be the tallest building in Florida.  Stroll a little further and you will find the M-Bar at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and sip on a wonderful Mandarin Martini or a bite of their scrumptious specialty sushi from so many tantalizing choices.  Most everyone looks forward to the end of the week when the clock is ticking for a great happy hour and at Tobacco Road you will find just that.  Go get happy at Tobacco Road with two drinks for the price of one, live music and free buffet every Friday.  Tobacco Road will have you coming back for more to taste a different happy hour specialty drink and menu item every day of the week.  What better way to end the work day then at Blue Martini with a magnificent half price Happy Hour food and drink menu from 4-PM daily.  Blue Martini’s live jazz will have you mingling the night away.  For a romantic and elegant dinner date, I suggest a few masterfully prepared dishes at Capital Grille where the Wagyu Beef Carpaccio with Arugula, Grand Plateu, Porcini Rubbed Delmonico and Parmesan Truffle Fries are mouthwatering delicious.  Next, try the happy hour menu at Gordon Biersch and some exceptional and superior beer at their in-house brewery.  All delicious items on their menu are made from scratch with the finest ingredients and served up fresh daily.  Don’t forget to try the Gordon Biersch’s Ultimate Arnold Palmer specialty drink or the $5, $7 and $11 Happy Hour menu from 4-6:30 PM daily.   To get an absolute “Miami” experience in the beautiful historic building which was once home to Fire Station #4, Dolores but You Can Call Me Lolita Restaurant and Lounge is IT for a fantastic view of Miami’s skyline, decor and incredibly tasty international cuisine. Dolores but You Can Call Me Lolita has an amazing brunch menu where the Gazpacho is a must try.  Even with the recipe they provide on their website, I can’t make it as good!  You can’t possibly go wrong when ordering up from the $9.95 day menu at Lolita’s Café.  Dolores features “Another Chicken” and “Grilled Artichoke with Sesame Oil appetizer” that are absolutely to die for not to mention, their Ultimate Mojitos!  Lastly, stop by The River Seafood and Oyster Bar for the ultimate, sustainable, organic and freshest seafood in town.  For a full directory and more venues to choose from, click here.