The Best Supermarkets in Miami


In Miami, there are several supermarkets to choose from. Some offer a wide range of grocery items, and some sell beer and wine.

We’ve rounded up the best of these to help you shop for your next vacation or trip to Miami. We’ve even included a few places to pick up fresh seafood!


iFresh is a popular supermarket chain specializing in organic, artisan, local, and specialty foods. Some stores also offer valet parking, cafes, sushi bars, and other amenities. Most have a deli, bakery, produce, floral departments, pharmacy, and liquor store. Other amenities include check cashing, money orders, and Western Union services. The best part about iFresh is that its products are all-natural, sourced locally, and certified organic. The company’s website is one of the most visited in the country.

Beijing Mart

Beijing Mart is a newer addition to the 163rd Street Asian grocery lineup, offering a well-curated selection of Asian ingredients. It’s the perfect place to stock up on all your favorite Chinese items, like pork buns, shrimp shumai, and udon noodles (they also sell frozen dumplings). They also have various Asian candies, including Thai durian sandwich cookies and Taiwanese pineapple cakes.

Beijing Mart is an approved SNAP retailer, which means that customers who receive food stamps can use their benefits at this store.

Lucky Market

Colorado-based Lucky Market specializes in organic foods. Its slogan is “Organic for the 99%.”

The company, founded by chefs Trish and Bo Sharon, offers a “sip and stroll” experience where shoppers can get beer and wine in a cup that fits in their shopping carts.

The company was planning to open 14 stores in Florida by 2020. Those locations included Delray Beach, Boca Raton, and Miami.

Proper Butcher

Proper Butcher is a small storefront in Miami Shores that offers fresh artisan sausages, burgers, and bacon cut to order. It also serves beer and wine.

The butchers at Proper Butcher have extensive knowledge about various meat. They can help you choose the best cuts for your specific needs, which could save you money and time in the long run.

Moreover, buying from a butcher instead of a supermarket is an excellent way to support local businesses. A shop like this usually goes out of its way to support community initiatives and events, fostering long-lasting relationships with the customers who frequent it.


Sobremesa is a brand created by former Drew Estate cigar maker Steve Saka. Currently, there are nine vitolas in the line.

This Connecticut-style cigar is named after the time after a meal when people linger to discuss. It delivers a complex, rich tapestry of espresso, baking spices, caramel, sweet cream, and cedar.

Aside from the Brulee Gordo, there are three other vitolas in the Sobremesa lineup. Regardless of which size you choose, the Sobremesa Brulee Gordo is a fantastic value for the cigar smoker.

Presidente Supermarket

Presidente Supermarket is a well-stocked supermarket with an impressive number of options. This is the place to stock up on quality produce and meat.

You cannot often find such a large selection in one place and at such a reasonable price. With their weekly promotions, you’ll also get a lot of bang for your buck. The best part? You can save money by purchasing a gift card from them instead of cash.

Bravo Supermarkets

Bravo Supermarkets is a top-notch grocery store with an impressive number of products in the food department. It also has many ancillary services and departments like electronics, beauty, personal care, home, and garden. Its big and bright storefront is a joy to walk through and has an excellent layout for customers and staff alike.

It is also an excellent place to score some bargains on your next grocery haul. Check out their deals and offers in the widget above, and you’ll be all set to take on your next errands without breaking the bank.


Publix is the largest employee-owned grocery chain in the United States. Its high employee satisfaction earned it a spot on Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” for 18 consecutive years.

It’s also a top destination for Floridians who want to save on food costs. Shoppers can use debit, credit, or EBT (food stamps) at any Publix store.

The Lakeland-based supermarket is a favorite in the Sunshine State and has more than 750 locations across Florida. Its customer loyalty and firm brand name have helped the company fend off competition from Trader Joe’s and discount grocer Aldi.