Go for the view, enjoy the food and linger amidst the art. At water’s edge under a hanging garden overlooking the bridge to Miami Beach, Verde restaurant at the Perez Art Museum offers a menu that is fresh and inventive yet comfortable. Generous squash blossoms adorn goat cheese pizza with mandolin-sliced zucchini. The chicken-under-a-brick is an excellent excuse to indulge in chimichurri, and the omelet with gruyere and herbs is served with a not-too-sweet slice of fresh bread. Take advantage of free admission on Thursdays, but consider reservations, a guided tour, or a visit to the gift shop while you wait as Verde is a popular spot on weekends.