On our second night out in Miami we went looking for something different and, preferably, non-italian (had a slight pasta overload from the night before). Cue Maya Tapas and Grill, offering an international cuisine with some Spanish/Argentinian fusion in their menu. Tapas are a Spanish style dish, usually consisting of hot or cold appetizer-esque plates that can be shared amongst the table. They're great if you aren't sure what to order and want to try a little bit of everything. Personally, I think tapas is better for two people (read: date night) as each order is usually fairly small and it can get complicated with bigger crowds, but I think we did just fine.....
Chorizo Argentino, grilled with homemade chimchurri
(Incredible taste made up for poor presentation)
Avocado salad with prosciutto and cilantro
Fish special - Grouper on a bed of mashed potatoes
Spaghettini with tomato, garlic, and basil sauce
Baked brie with honey and walnuts
Smoked salmon and arugula salad