When it comes to The Magic City, the first things that come to mind are probably the expanses of beaches that stretch along the east coast or the mashes of culture that make the night party scene absolutely wild. Some may prefer to eat and drink their way through the city, and the restaurants in Miami are quite the treat. Byblos is no exception, and it's here that you'll find some refreshing beverages to sip before you hit the beach — that can also get you a little tipsy.
There's nothing quite like refreshing tea on a hot summer day or a Long Island Iced Tea when you're looking for something boozy...or is there?
On the menu at Byblos, you'll find unique spiked teas that are the perfect addition to your pre-beach day lunch stop. One of the most popular and delicious options: their Habibi Marguerite Spiked Tea.
This signature tea-based cocktail is made with splashes of strawberry, mixed with exotic spices and Avión Reposado tequila for a fresh and uplifting flavor.
Not to mention how stinkin' cute they are served in elegant clinking glasses. Even the interior and exterior decor will serve as the perfect backsplash to add a touch of fancy to your Insta-feed.
The Habibi Marguerite isn't the only boozy tea you'll find on the menu though. Two others will also whisk you away to the Mediterranean.
The Edgware Road will tickle your tastebuds with bits of lavender, mint tea, and lemon verbena topped off with gin, while the Seven Celestials will send you to heaven with peach and citrus notes in a ginger tea mixed with Bulleit Bourbon.
Other cocktails like The Oasis, served in an upside-down rose gold pineapple, also take their presentation to the next level.
Each boozy tea cocktail service will run you $35 to serve two, or $70 to serve four; either way, when you split with your besties that's less than $20 per person. During daily happy hour from 6 to 7 p.m., the price drops to $18 for two.
Now that's the kind of tea party you can get behind!
No one wants to drink on an empty stomach, so plan to indulge in their menu full of Moroccan and Mediterranean flavors.
Enjoy succulent lamb, chicken, and duck, or keep it more vegetarian-friendly with a wide array of options from an Eggplant Kibbeh to Crispy Baby Artichokes and salads.
Whether you're here for the spiked tea or a tasty treat, you'll get a little taste of the Mediterranean at Byblos Miami.
Address: 1545 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL
Why You Need To Go: Enjoy a taste of the Mediterranean with succulent food options and exotic fruity spiked teas. An ideal place for a pre-beach day tea party with your besties.