Juvia in Miami Beach among Worth magazine's Top 10 power lunch spots

Juvia in Miami Beach is among Worth magazine's Top 10 power lunch spots in the country. (Juvia/Courtesy)

Juvia, the roof-top Miami Beach restaurant, is one of Worth magazine’s Top 10 Power Lunch Restaurants in the country.

The April-May issue names the spots for business and eating.

 “Great eating complements great deal-making, and these restaurants are the best of the best,” said Worth editor Richard Bradley in a press release.  “Executives and professionals across industries will find these new eateries perfect for even their most important power lunches.”

Here are the Top 10 with the magazine’s reasons for including in the list.


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The Nomad, New York: Whether you sit in its central room or in an intimate room, chef Daniel Humm's food is sure to please.

Trés, Beverly Hills: Entertainment execs favor the cuisine of acclaimed chef José Andrés.

NoMI Kitchen, Chicago: With creative cooking and killer views, NoMI attracts luxury retailers, lawyers, and museum and hospital executives to the seventh floor of Chicago’s Park Hyatt.

Juvia, Miami (http://www.juviamiami.com): Located in an Art Deco district penthouse, models and Hollywood types dine here to enjoy Chef Sunny Oh's Japanese tastes with French techniques and Peruvian accents—and take in the sweeping views of the city.

Al Dente, Washington, D.C.: Political power brokers and tech wizards fancy beloved D.C. chef Robero Donna's exquisite Italian meals.

Wayfare Tavern, San Francisco: Offering old school but sophisticated fare, this financial district-based locale impresses wealth advisors and lawyers alike.

The Optimist, Atlanta: Entrepreneurs, actors and designers come for the sensational seafood and great atmosphere.

City Landing, Boston: With prime real estate on downtown’s waterfront, bankers, real estate executives and lawyers come for the variety of New England classics.

Underbelly, Houston: In homage to the city's ethnic diversity, restaurateur and chef Chris Shepherd blends Korean, Vietnamese and tradition Southern influences.

Merchants Restaurant, Nashville: Historic Merchants Hotel's new gastropub offers classics like fried green tomatoes with spicy pepper jam and sweet tea pork loin. Mayor Karl Dean and designer Otis James are fans.