These New Restaurants are Coming Soon to Miami Beach
Jul 14, 2020 July 14, 2020
For anyone who has ever visited Miami Beach, you would know that it is the melting pot for great nightlife, entertainment, and cuisines. So much so, that we have an entire food and wine festival celebrating its diversity with the annual SOBEWFF (South Beach Wine and Food Festival) that’s been taking place since 1997.
With the Miami Beach restaurant list evolving each year, it can be tough keeping up with the ever-changing food scene of Miami Beach. So, to help you stay up-to-date, we’ve rounded up all the new restaurants making their way to the beach later this year that are definitely worth looking forward:
455 Lincoln Road, South Beach
Miami Beach is set to get its very own version of the world-renowned Colombian restaurant Andres Carne de Res. Opening its first US location in South Beach, the institution is known for its empanadas, arepas, steaks, entertainment and dancing, garnering rave reviews from international travelers to the likes of Condé Nast.
Set to occupy 5,000 sq. ft. in Lincoln Road, boasting of a two-story space with rooftop deck, the establishment will have the capacity to accommodate 413 guests. The Miami Beach version will also feature all of its traditional Colombian favorites along with occasional live music, lots of entertainment, and dancing.
1680 Meridian Avenue, South Beach
Here’s one more “genuine” reason to go to South Beach, and it has nothing to do with the beach. Scheduled to open this year, the 2,500 sq. ft. pizzeria is coming to swoop everyone off their feet with the carefully perfected, signature thin-crust pizza pies by James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Schwartz. The ground level restaurant with outdoor seating will be delivering the same ol’ wood-fired goodness expected of the local chain, which already has a presence in Coconut Grove, Design District, and Aventura Mall.
1920 Collins Avenue, South Beach
As the revamped version of this iconic Art Deco hotel makes a comeback in September, it will also introduce four new food and beverage concepts designed by Sebastian Dumonet of VOS Hospitality and Chef Pawan Pinisetti. The adults-only hotel will be home to:
Sérêvène. This signature restaurant is going to serve up unique interpretations of French-Mediterranean and Japanese cuisines. Situated on the hotel’s ground floor, the restaurant will serve dishes prepared with locally-sourced ingredients such as rotisserie chicken teriyaki, avocado-wrapped crab rolls, suckling pig, and more for its brunch, dinner, and late-night service.
UISCE. Adjacent to the signature restaurant, this upscale lounge will be serving handcrafted, fresh fruit and herb-infused cocktails along with its own dinner menu. The lounge will specialize in dark spirits and a spirit-forward mixology program.
KOBO. Located in the hotel’s courtyard, this is the hotel’s grab-and-go eatery for Grammable, gourmet eats. Serving Japanese-style sandwiches called “sandos”, the fast-casual space will also be pouring cocktails, nitro-brew coffee, and smoothies.
Golden Gator. This basement speakeasy will be serving an extensive menu of champagne and cocktails. Guests can also indulge in their upscale offerings like foie gras and caviar push pops. The underground champagne lounge will also feature spot-lit tables along with a custom piano and DJ booth for live entertainment.
Additionally, the 91-key hotel’s 5,500 sq. ft. rooftop pool area and deck will function as a daytime venue for food and drink service, offering five distinct dining options.
1664 Lenox Avenue, South Beach
Bringing its first store to Miami Beach just off of Lincoln Road, you will soon be able to enjoy the gourmet goodness of artisan Mexican Paletas. These larger-than-regular popsicles boast of being handmade with all-natural ingredients, and are crafted from scratch in the establishment’s Coral Gables and Hollywood kitchens. Giving you the option to pick, dip, and top to customize your Paletas per your taste, there are literally a million different flavor combinations to explore.
For more ideas on brand new restaurants to try this year, go here. We’ve also covered the upcoming restaurants for Miami (mainland) in a previous blog that you can check out here.