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*** GUIDE TO ART WEEK: Where to Eat & Drink

*** GUIDE TO ART WEEK: Where to Eat & Drink

Gitano Miami

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Located in the heart of Miami Beach, MILA is a restaurant, rooftop lounge, and mixology bar that transports guests on a culinary journey through the shores of Japan and the Mediterranean through visionary MediterrAsiancuisine. MILA’s cuisine is inspired by the traditions and offerings of Asia and the Mediterranean. Healthy, vibrant, and joyful, the MediterrAsian dishes are served izakaya style, meant to be shared at the table among friends and family. The transportive venue brings elevated dining and pleasure together with a magical, glamourous, and vibrant atmosphere.

MILA Omakase

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MILA Omakase is a ten -seat enclosed space offering an exclusive and authentic journey to the far East. Japanese offerings meet the Mediterranean influences of 26-Michelin Star Chef Michael Michaelidis and the techniques of Chef Reiji Yoshizawa. The ever-changing dishes are created in accordance with the 72 micro-seasons of Japan. Guests can expect superior offerings and ingredients such as linecaught fish flown in daily, harvested local vegetables, innovative condiments, sea urchin from Hokkaido, and sustainable bluefin tuna from Baja. The intimate, ultra luxurious, transformative space features a massive overhanging cherry blossom tree and a wall comprised of personalized chopsticks for MM members.



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Discover an unforgettable culinary experience as well as a sense of community revolving around world-class music, imaginative cocktails, entertainment, and a tantalizing new approach to dining at Miami’s hottest restaurant, BAOLI. Featuring a full selection of Asian-inspired food, each dish is carefully crafted using fresh ingredients and authentic flavors, making each bite a culinary adventure for the taste buds. From traditional dishes like sushi rolls and ramen to more modern twists on Asian cuisine, BÂOLI has something for everyone. Guests are invited to sit and relax amongst the luscious foliage, velvet chairs and tropical textures, with both indoor and outdoor seating options.



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Inspired by its rich history and 1950s glamor, world-renowned chef Jean-George Vongerichten has reinvented the iconic Matador Room with reimagined menus that offer his interpretation of Caribbean, Spanish, and Latin and South American cuisines. Seasonal menus are composed of small and large plates that embrace the freshest, locally sourced, seasonal produce. The space’s original chandelier has been restored and is suspended over the sunken oval dining room that is reminiscent of the glamorous supper clubs of the 1940s and 50s.

The Matador Room Terrace
Matador Room | Photo courtesy of The Miami Beach EDITION



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From the culinary mind of Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten comes Market at EDITION, a food hall-inspired restaurant in the heart of Miami Beach. Part patisserie, part boulangerie and part salumeria, the restaurant features gourmet cuisine counters serving everything from pizza and ceviche to wine and pressed juices.  Inspired by the great century-old markets of San Miguel in Madrid and La Boqueria in Barcelona, Market at EDITION is an imaginative reinvention of the classic Miami Beach coffee shop, overlooking bustling Collins Avenue. 



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A tropical oasis of lush greenery and bohemian brio, GITANO brings an air of Tulum without ever leaving Miami Beach. Located on the ground floor and rooftop levels of Casa Faena, this establishment offers signature refreshing cocktails and Mexican inspired cuisine. Exceeding the norms of a typical restaurant, GITANO consists of a dining room, outdoor terraces, bar and lounge, and rooftop terrace, all inspired by the deep jungles of Mexico. The mystical Gypsy Disco sounds are best enjoyed on the covered rooftop with a group of your closest friends. Sip on a refreshing cocktail as the restaurant will magically transport you to a lively night in Tulum. 



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Sérêvène, located inside Hotel Greystone, is the property’s signature restaurant, led by Award winning Executive Chef Pawan Pinisetti. Sérêvène presents a menu that marries Japanese ingredients and French technique. Pinisetti’s dishes are experiential, such as suckling pig carved tableside, and the location’s concept celebrates fresh, locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. The restaurant will also offer inventive mixology and a topflight wine program to complement the dine.



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Located in a historic house adjacent to the courtyard, 27 Restaurant is Freehand Miami’s full-service restaurant and bar. With a welcoming dining atmosphere designed by Roman & Williams, 27 has the creative spirit of a modern-day salon featuring one-of-a kind vintage dishware and eclectic wooden picnic style tables. 27’s menu, helmed by award-winning Chef Jimmy Lebron, features lovingly crafted dishes that fuse classic favorites with exciting new flavors using fresh, locally sourced seasonal ingredients. From Carbonara to Kimchi Fried Rice, Chef Jimmy’s imaginative reinvention of traditional dishes offers guests an unparalleled, premier dining experience.


27 Restaurant
27 Restaurant | Photo courtesy of Freehand Miami



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Healthy, sun-kissed, wholesome and natural, The Lido Bayside Grill at The Standard Spa, Miami Beach takes its inspiration from global lifestyles. Executive Chef Daniel Herget’s vision is inspired by coastal cuisines and provides an exciting, varied palate that showcases locally-sourced ingredients and line-caught seafood that reduce bycatch and improve sustainability. Using only fresh, crisp, and clean ingredients to emphasize the vibrant flavors, Lido also offers vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options in addition to specializing in local and organic ingredients and biodynamic wines.



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Accessible from the Standard Miami Beach lobby, Café Standard is a casual neighborhood spot for breakfast and lunch where guests and locals can enjoy plant-based superfood packed options as well as cheat day treats developed by Executive Chef Andrew Gilbert. The spa focused menu offers vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. The bright fare is complemented by the joyful, colorful space featuring a Scandinavian aesthetic with diagonally paneled pine walls and tropical flourishes. 



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Located inside Generator Miami, Hoja Taqueria presents traditional Oaxacan tacos, burritos, and quesadillas, in a mystical setting that acts as an extension of the laid back Generator boutique hotel. Hoja Taqueria features bistro-style service, indoor and outdoor seating, a private dining room, and a full-service bar with an expansive, curated cocktail list. Inspired by the exceptional flavors and laid-back spirit of the Oaxacan coastline, Hoja Taqueria presents guests and locals an authentic Oaxacan experience right in the heart of Miami Beach. 



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Set atop the iconic Mr. C Coconut Grove and enveloped by sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, Bellini fuses authentic Italian cuisine with an up-scale elevated ambience to immaculately marry the captivating beauty of Italy’s Coastal style and Miami’s Coconut Grove. From the minds of Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani, a fourth-generation hotelier family, Bellini’s renowned authentic Italian cuisine brings a contemporary edge to much-loved traditional favorites, as well as features classic Cipriani dishes. Inspired by the hospitality brother’s extensive travels throughout Italy, the brilliantly designed menu features a range of recipes from different regions of the European country and boasts  a divine selection of antipastis, salads, and exquisite entrées.


Bellini Rooftop
Bellini | Photo courtesy of Mr. C Miami – Coconut Grove




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Nestled in a luscious garden patio at Mr. C Miami- Coconut Grove, Il Giardino presents guests delightful Italian fare and tantalizing cocktails; indulge in made to order sweet and savory crepes, health-forward bites, and signature cocktails blends, accompanied by the enchanting ambiance of Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Bringing the La Dolce Vita Lifestyle to the heart of Coconut Grove, Il Giardino is the perfect destination to sip & savor in style, morning, afternoon or evening.



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Pink Taco, the iconic rocker-chic Mexican restaurant servin’ up tacos with an attitude since ’99 takes an uncomplicated and innovative approach to LA-style street tacos offering house-made margaritas and killer tacos made from scratch daily. Rooted in it’s California heritage and featuring a tequila-saturated and flavor-bursting menu, Pink Taco’s rock and roll concept continues to grow and imprint on the Miami hospitality scene.  Located in the heart of Miami Beach, where the local energy matches the restaurant’s high-spirited vibe, Pink Taco combines bold tastes with a lively atmosphere, making it the perfect place to indulge from 8 AM – midnight, or on weekends for signature Hangover Brunch.


Pink Taco Miami - Food
Photo courtesy of Pink Taco



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Experience the unparalleled collaboration between master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi and design visionary Philippe Starck at Katsuya, located within the iconic SLS South Beach. Featuring specialty cocktails, unique rolls and spectacular sushi and sashimi platters, Chef Uechi skillfully translates Japanese flavors for the American palate. Indulge in signature dishes such as the savory Truffle Mushroom Chuka Soba, Miso Glazed Black Cod, Branzino served with hachimitsu sauce, and miso buttered Lobster Dynamite — Katsuya’s menu shines in tantalizing flavors that captivate the senses. Immerse yourself in a private dining experience, explore Katsuya’s exclusive Omakase Suite, located in SLS South Beach’s Tower penthouse.



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At the heart of Miami’s vibrant South Beach, Elcielo at SLS South Beach offers an experience of discovery and culinary artistry. Among its signature dishes, guests can savor warm Truffle Buñuelos, crispy Crab Empanadas infused with caribbean spice, craveable Waygu Smoked Nigiri accompanied by coconut rice and delectable truffle, and Lulo Yellowtail Ceviche complete with a champagne emulsion. The meticulously crafted cuisine tells a story with each exquisite dish, starting conversation and creating an interactive dining experience. Inspired by renowned Michelin-Star Chef Juan Manuel Barrientos’ Colombian ancestral roots, Elcielo offers a captivating fusion of flavors, artistic presentations, and a culinary narrative that magically transports you to the beautiful beaches of Cartagena and the mysterious corners of the Amazon jungle. 



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Ascend the staircase to Serena, Moxy Miami South Beach’s rooftop bar and restaurant that channels the enchanting, alfresco patio dining of Oaxaca and Mexico City. Featuring a vibrant, lushly planted terrace, guests can take in the laid-back yet sophisticated vibe like no other place in South Beach. Known for shareable dishes and a mod take on Latin and Mexican cuisine, Serena welcomes sunset cocktails and lite bites, leisurely lunches and dinner or boozy brunches. Serena’s menu is designed to be served “para compartir,” to share, and features tantalizing signature plates of tacos, enchiladas, ceviches, quesadillas, and more. Reminiscent of the traditional markets of Michoacán, Tepoztlán, and other Mexican locales, freshly ground cornmeal is cooked to order on a comal. Hand-crafted cocktails devised by acclaimed mixologist Christian Rubio and chilled-out tunes emanate from the DJ booth, stationed beneath a neon sign reading “LA ULTIMA Y NOS VAMOS” (“Last one and we’re leaving”).


Serena at Moxy Miami South Beach
Serena | Photo courtesy of Moxy Miami South Beach




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LPM Restaurant & Bar was founded in London in 2007. With eight internationally acclaimed restaurants in locations including Dubai, Miami and Hong Kong, LPM Restaurant & Bar have brought the essence of the Côte d’Azur to the global dining scene. The French Riviera-inspired restaurants are known for their light, imaginative menus using Mediterranean ingredients, laid-back and friendly service style, open and airy dining rooms with striking art and Belle Epoque influences. There is a joie de vivre to be found in LPM that is hard to find elsewhere. 


R House
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Located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District – one of Miami’s most buzzed-about art-centric
neighborhoods – R House is heralded for its Latin-inspired soulful menu and bustling, legendary brunch scene. During Miami Art Week, guests can enjoy special themed Drag shows and entertainment like Friday’s “Yas Queen,” an after-dark Drag Performance; doors open at 6:30PM and show starts at 8PM; Saturday’s Drag Brunch at 11:30AM and 2:30PM; Saturday nights’ “Escandalo,” a Latin-themed Drag Performance with a live salsa band; doors open at 6:30PM and show starts at 8PM; and Sunday’s Drag Brunch at 11:30AM and 2:30PM.

Make sure to stop by R House to see international multidisciplinary artist and muralist, Antonyo Marest, creating his newest mural on R House’s exterior walls. Famed for his signature Art Deco style flamingos and palms, Marest can be seen painting live on the outside walls of R House on NW 2nd Avenue and NW 28th Street from Friday, November 24th thru Friday, December 1st. Also check out the now world-famous massive Messi Mural by street artist Maxi Bagnasco from the restaurant’s backyard patio oasis.

On Saturday, December 9th during brunch, there will be a special HBOMax drag makeover event for its LGBTQIA+ platform Human By Orientation. This fun pop-up will see special invitee influencers made over in full drag by R House’s iconic queen Athena Dion, and RuPaul’s Drag Race and HBO Max We’re Here star Latrice Royale. Make-over participants will then perform their drag debut during R House’s drag brunch show, alongside performances by Latrice herself.

Petite Comitè
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Petite Comité, Miami’s one and only Japandi-inspired bistro, will be hosting a special art activation during Miami Art Week celebrating the space where art, culture and gastronomy meet. Beginning on Wednesday, December 6th, the restaurant will double as a gallery space with a curated collection of art pieces by esteemed artists including Ivan Nava and Nadia Benatar. The pieces will be on display throughout the week with DJ David Rondón in the house the evening of December 6th for the launch. Due to the intimate setting of this small restaurant, we recommend booking your table in advance to ensure you don’t miss out on an opportunity to see the work and enjoy the international food and drink that makes Petite Comité such a singular Magic City gem. Petite Comité is located at 2929 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami. Free lot parking and metered street parking available. 


Petite Comite
Photo courtesy of Petite Comitè

Casa Ya’ax

Casa Ya’ax, the hot new dining and imbibing destination in Wynwood – will celebrate Miami’s most artful week with four nights of not-to-be-missed exclusive agave-centric food & drink experiences. From Wednesday, December 6th to Saturday, December 9th, each night, chef/owner Omar Montero will thrill guests with a special five-course dinner paired with rare or unique agave-based spirits. Each evening will also kick-off with gorgeous cocktails crafted by the team behind the renowned Sabina Sabe bar. Featuring agave brands from Mexico’s diverse regions, the entire series is co-sponsored by The Agave Conspiracy. Seating for each night is limited, and tickets must be purchased in advance. The experience begins at 8:30PM. Then at 10PM, Casa Ya’ax will open to the public, and guests can enjoy a lively night of cocktails and specialty tacos for purchase, along with tunes from a DJ. The transportive al fresco bar and patio will surely be a hotspot for those looking to enjoy some late-night frivolity. The 8:30PM dinner is priced at $150pp, and includes a five-course Mexican dinner, two cocktails, and agave pours carefully paired with each course. Casa Ya’ax is located in Wynwood at 51 NE 24 Street, Suite 101. Tickets can be purchased at


Chotto Matte

Chotto Matte is a global restaurant brand that celebrates authentic and innovative Nikkei cuisine, a unique blend of Japanese and Peruvian culinary traditions, ingredients and techniques. During Miami Art Week, Chotto Matte Miami will transform into a dynamic canvas for artistic collaborations and immersive experiences. The week kicks off on Monday, December 4, with an installation by artist BLCKSMTH. Also launching that evening is “Monday Industry Night,” where guests can indulge in Chotto Hour deals all night long. On Tuesday, December 5, the spotlight shifts to a collaboration with artist Elaine Defibaugh (whose work can be seen in the restaurant’s bathrooms), who will impart her UV artwork to Chotto Matte’s signature caps in a live, interactive setting. On Wednesday, December 6, Chotto Matte introduces a partnership with Origen vodka and Fleur de Mal, live art entertainment by Millie Brown and a live performance by Tim Young with a soundtrack by DJ Janika Tenn (reservations are encouraged). The artistic journey continues on Friday, December 8, with an evening filled with live painting and entertainment from Bradley Theodore, the creative force behind the Chotto Matte Miami’s entrance artwork, who will create signature caps for guests who order from one of the restaurant’s tasting menus. The week culminates on Saturday, December 9, with a collaboration with long-time partner Lefty Out There, whose custom designs will be printed on caps for the night additionally for guests who order from one of the restaurant’s tasting menus. For reservations, visit

Mehzcla at The Balfour Hotel

Located at The Balfour Hotel in Miami Beach, Mehzcla serves a daily brunch and dinner menu that combines Latin recipes and ingredients in tribute to the hotel’s heritage. A nod to Latin America is found throughout the restaurant’s design: Diners enter through a wrap-around terrace with ample outdoor seating overlooking scenic Ocean Drive. The dining room is centered around the historic building’s original marble fireplace, terrazzo flooring and an inviting lobby bar featuring a classic, well-crafted cocktail program. Serving as the hotel’s social hub, the space celebrates Miami’s diverse cultural scene with its plush rattan furniture, pops of tropical prints and warm hues.

G Bar at The Gabriel Miami

Located on the first floor of The Gabriel Miami, G Bar is an expansive restaurant splashed with green and navy tones for an earthy ambiance. Upon entry, guests are greeted by a vibrant column of green mosaic tiles, with the rectangular bar right behind it adorned with navy blue wood panels and plush leather stools. G Bar features telescopic sliding doors that open to a covered terrace, allowing for open-air dining. The menu includes shareable plates, flatbreads, sandwiches, entrées, desserts and a wide selection of craft cocktails.


G Bar
G Bar


Teatro at the Adrienne Arsht Center

This Miami Art Week, the Adrienne Arsht Center will kick off its Broadway series with Pretty Woman, based on one of Hollywood’s most beloved romantic stories. The production springs to life thanks to a powerhouse creative team led by two-time Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell. Pair the show with dinner at Teatro, the new restaurant on the second floor of the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Ziff Ballet Opera House. It is the ultimate location for pre-show meals and celebrations. The striking 2,500-square-foot dining room, designed by Johanna Dilone, creative director of Miami’s prestigious Gilded Group Decor, sets the stage for an immersive dining experience. The restaurant offers a provocative and avant-garde ambiance with a rich red color palette, a nod to the curtains on theater stages. The chef-driven culinary concept features a New American menu from Executive Chef Jose Danger with creative European and Latin influences. The prix-fixe menu includes a choice of one appetizer and entrée or one entrée and dessert, along with a tempting lineup of sides and à la carte offerings.

Verde at PAMM

Every year during Miami Art Week, Pérez Art Museum Miami puts on quite a show with immersive art exhibitions and events. This year, the museum will unveil a special program by Gary Simmons entitled “Public Enemy.” Guests can dine alongside the collections at Verde, the museum’s on-site restaurant that offers sweeping views of Biscayne Bay and boasts an elevated menu of seasonal-inspired dishes with locally sourced produce. The modern-casual restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating, featuring an expansive terrace with lush vegetation cascading from the canopy’s overhang. The patio, which leads to the entrance to the museum’s sculpture garden and Maurice A. Ferré Park, is a scenic outdoor experience for diners looking to bask in the South Florida weather and immerse themselves in the city’s cultural offerings and views of Downtown Miami.

Mamey at THesis Hotel Miami 

Landing on the New York Times’ list of the “50 Best Restaurants in America for 2022” and “36 Hours in Miami” guide, Mamey is an island-inspired restaurant by James Beard Award nominee and Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef of 2020” Niven Patel. Located inside THesis Hotel Miami, Mamey is inspired by Chef Niven’s travels throughout Asia, French Polynesia and the Caribbean and showcases the exotic flavors and spices commonly found in the islands. Like all of Chef Niven’s endeavors, Mamey features locally grown produce, most of which is sourced from his own farm, Rancho Patel, in Homestead, Florida. Mamey’s seasonal offerings are complemented by fun, innovative cocktails that transport guests to the tropics. Draping leaves, rich textures, warm woods and tropical artwork create a relaxed yet exciting atmosphere.


Mamey Miami


Orno at THesis Hotel Miami

Located inside THesis Hotel Miami in Coral Gables, Orno is a modern restaurant with an open-kitchen concept helmed by five-time James Beard Award nominee and Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef of 2020” Niven Patel. Also named “Best New Restaurant” by Miami New Times, Orno offers guests a true farm-to-table experience using locally sourced ingredients from Chef Patel’s very own farm, Rancho Patel. The menu consists of New American cuisine featuring the finest selection of meats and seafood. Wood-fired culinary creations are complemented by specialty cocktails inspired by literary classics, which can be enjoyed in the main dining room or The Library, Orno’s hideaway lounge and private dining room.

Mamey on 3rd at THesis Hotel Miami

Mamey on 3rd is an island-minded oasis by Chef Niven Patel serving daily happy hour, flavorful bites and live music. This vibrant rooftop extension of Mamey is a tropical retreat on the third floor of THesis Hotel Miami and one of Coral Gables’ best hidden gems.

Italica Midtown

Italica Midtown adds a modern, colorful twist to traditional Italian cuisine. The vibrant exterior features a pet-friendly patio and stunning views of the customized spritz bar, where dozens of bottles of Aperol line the walls. Helmed by Chef Pablo Latif, the flavor-forward menu features Mediterranean-inspired pasta, risotto, seafood, gourmet pizza and more, such as the Gnocchi Ragu or Risotto E Scampi, or the Chef’s Choice Mortadella E Carciofi pizza pie. Stop by for lunch specials on weekdays from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Happy hour is daily from 4-7 p.m. with $8 bites and cocktails, while weekend brunch (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) includes 2-for-1 cocktails, $25 bottomless prosecco and live entertainment. 

Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar

For Miami Art Week, Midtown Miami’s Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar – the local hot spot best known for its Nikkei sushi bar, diverse cocktail selection and global fusion – presents “Negroni Art Week,” packed with exclusive food specials; live paintings from local artists Medusa Correa, Kyle LeBlanc and Dave Lavernia; live DJs; and multiple event collaborations, including one with NYC production Family Reunions, which will present “Time Together” for its first time in Miami. The restaurant is also partnering with talented local artist Augusto Falopapas to transform Negroni Midtown into a dynamic art installation. Falopapas will display some of his best pieces in a VIP room, where visitors can purchase his work or snap memorable photos. All Negroni Art Week parties are free when you RSVP directly to For updates, stay tuned on Negroni Midtown’s Instagram.

Higher Ground at Arlo Wynwood

Higher Ground at Arlo Wynwood is Wynwood’s go-to bar for affordable American eats, beers and cocktails set in a lush, foliage-framed courtyard on the boutique hotel’s third floor. The spacious yet cozy indoor-outdoor spot, open to guests and the public, serves a quaint yet tasteful menu ideal for hanging out with a crew in a friendly ambiance. Local beers include the Miami-made Radiate Naked Kombucha or the Single In Havana, a guava ale from Boca Raton’s Barrel of Monks Brewery. For something a bit fancier, sip fruit rosés or tropical cocktails paired with familiar bites like stone-oven pizzas and handhelds. Come during the day for scenic views of Wynwood or at night for the colorful lights illuminating the courtyard. The urban park also features weekly activations such as live jazz and $7 empanada specials on Fridays from 7-10 p.m. and 20% off the entire check on Mondays with all-day happy hour.


Higher Ground
Higher Ground

MaryGold’s by Brad Kilgore at Arlo Wynwood

Located on the ground floor of
Arlo Wynwood, MaryGold’s by Brad Kilgore is a modern dining space from renowned Chef Brad Kilgore. Open to hotel guests and the public, MaryGold’s is a love letter to Wynwood, highlighting the heart of the artsy district with flavors that pull from the French tradition of the brasserie concept. Just in time for Art Week, Kilgore has refreshed the menu with fall favorites and new culinary creations. Taste the Honeynut Squash, roasted with buttery smoked pecan praline and glazed with pumpkin seed dukkah, an Egyptian blend of fragrant herbs, nuts and spices. The Baked Florida is a must-try dessert, flambéed in blue flames for a one-of-a-kind presentation. And, this winter, Kilgore’s famous Soft Egg is making a long-awaited return. It’s his most quintessential dish, according to Food & Wine, originating from his other hit Miami restaurant, Alter. MaryGold’s is open for dinner starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday and for happy hour at the bar at 5 p.m.

Uchi Miami

Japanese for “home,” Uchi is Hai Hospitality’s award-winning flagship restaurant, named after the little red house where Chef Tyson Cole introduced his nontraditional take on elevated Japanese cuisine to Austin, Texas, in 2003. Uchi strikes a delicate balance between elevated food and impeccable service alongside a welcoming and homey atmosphere. The Wynwood location, which opened in 2021, features a range of textures, flavors and warmth inspired by Miami’s vibrant culture and energy. The menu (updated daily) consists of hot and cool tastings, sushi and sashimi, makimono, yakimono, tempura, and a changing omakase based on seasonal items. Dine-in, takeout and private dining are available. Come for happy hour from 5-6:30 p.m. to enjoy discounted tastings and omakase, 50% off sparkling wines and champagnes, and a taste of the exemplary beverage options, such as the popular Uchi Gin & Tonic with yuzu or Fujiyama with green tea vodka. Art Week guests looking to experience Uchi Miami’s artful elegance can visit daily from 5-11 p.m.

Pinstripes Aventura

Pinstripes, a leading experiential dining and entertainment brand, has recently opened its first Florida location at the Esplanade at Aventura. Occupying 300,000 square feet across two floors, this expansive Italian-American bistro seamlessly blends chef-driven dining with the excitement of bowling and bocce, offering a distinctive experiential destination. The ground-floor “bistro” serves as the hub for an elevated culinary experience, featuring an extensive Italian-American menu with enticing seasonal entrées and craft cocktails, all within an ambiance complemented by an eclectic display of abstract art specifically crafted to reflect Miami’s vibrant culture. Restaurant-style seating provides flexibility for guests to enjoy their meals at booths, tables surrounding the bar, or in front of big-screen TVs airing major sporting events on the expansive rooftop patio. Pinstripes Aventura boasts 12 bowling lanes, five indoor and outdoor bocce courts, a thoughtfully curated wine cellar, and a spacious private event area featuring a dynamic ballroom suitable for 20 to 1,500 people. 

JOEY Aventura

Introducing JOEY Aventura, the highly anticipated first Florida location of the renowned restaurant group. Nestled in the vibrant heart of Miami’s Esplanade at Aventura, this modern dining oasis exudes sophistication while maintaining a relaxed ambiance. Featuring a team of award-winning chefs, JOEY Aventura offers a globally inspired menu that caters to diverse palates. From fire-torched sushi and premium steaks to comforting bowls and handhelds, the culinary journey at JOEY knows no bounds. Complementing the delectable fare is a vibrant bar menu boasting an array of handcrafted cocktails and a carefully curated wine selection. With JOEY’s unwavering commitment to locally sourced ingredients and globally inspired flavors, patrons can expect exceptional food, a lively ambiance and outstanding hospitality.






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The name Monterrey Bar pays homage to the hotel’s namesake roots The Monterrey Motel which opened at 40 Island Avenue in 1953 and was originally designed by Architect Norman Giller. The bar features the Lido Gin Martini (Americano Vermouth, Lemon Zest, and Herb Oil) and Root Chakra (Blanco Tequila, Campari, Dried Chili Reduction, Fresh Lime, and Sage). Cocktails pair with dishes such as Butter Poached Prime Fillet Carpaccio with Turnip Puree and Treacle, Sea Scallop Crudo with Corn and Truffle, or Truffled Tater Tots with Porcini Aioli.


Third Eye Monterrey Bar
Monterrey Bar | Photo courtesy of The Standard Spa, Miami Beach

MILA Lounge


Inspired by African tribes and the primitive design style of the mother continent, MILA Lounge is a multi-sensory space offering a transportive, glamorous, elevated, and exclusive nightlife experience. The unique venue draws upon minimalistic natural materials with earth tones, warm ambient lighting, textured prints and shades, and dramatic lush foliage hanging from the ceiling. Starting with down tempo music by resident DJs, light bites, and an innovative mixology program, the experience evolves into lively deep house music, elevated bottle service, and

unexpected artist performances that set the stage for unforgettable late nights.



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Escape to a backyard oasis and revel in the Tales of the Cocktail’s award-winning Best American Hotel Bar. Broken Shaker’s handcrafted cocktails are composed of elixirs, syrups and infusions made from garden herbs grown on property, spices, fresh-pressed produce, and exotic ingredients from around the world. The skilled mixologists are shaking up the perfect blend of ingredients and flavors to liven up your Miami Beach Art Week experience. *Reservations are accepted for parties of 6 or more.

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The Miami Beach EDITION is not merely a hotel, but an elegantly designed, intricately interlinked complex of structures, spaces, and settings that together offer a new kind of resort environment, where every aspect of the traditional beach hotel has been re-imagined. Downstairs, in the evenings—and late into the night guests and visitors can find another world altogether, Basement. A new kind of multidimensional entertainment that offers a truly startling, almost Alice-in Wonderland sight: an indoor ice-skating rink, and a bowling alley reimagined with sound, lighting, luminescent bowling balls, and midnight bowling leagues into a  place of 21st century spectacle, socializing and fun.


Basement Miami
Basement Miami | Photo courtesy of The Miami Beach EDITION




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Here, there’s always something happening—settle in for a live jazz ensemble, stand-up comedy set, sing-along piano bar evening or storytelling night. World music, charismatic characters and experimental stylings have a home here. The Hotel Greystone culinary team’s superb menu of cocktails and bar bites create the perfect after-work or late night escape. Meet up, see and be seen—right on Collins Avenue. The curated atmosphere creates the perfect conditions for people, art, music, and fine dining to transcend the predictable, and manifest the uncommon. 



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Inspired by the bohemian energy and welcoming multi-cultural spirit of the Mediterranean, Baia Beach Club evokes the laid-back sophistication of international coastal living. Located at Mondrian South Beachand perfectly situated on the glistening waters of  Miami’s Biscayne Bay, the menu features unique Mediterrenean- inspired dishes and delightful cocktails curated from only the freshest ingredients. Embracing both casual elegance and tropical relaxation, Baia Beach Club ties people together, creating a modern waterfront oasis.


Baia Beach Club
Baia Beach Club | Photo courtesy of Mondrian South Beach



Reservations here or call 305-455-2990


Nestled within the iconic and stylish SLS South Beach, is Hyde’s first daylife oceanfront location–Hyde Beach. Featuring artful mixology and Katsuya-inspired cuisine, Hyde’s luxe lounge keeps its celebrated style and energy going all day and night in the heart of South Beach. With more than 8,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor space curated by the creative mastermind Phillipe Starck, Hyde Beach’s chic design and ambiance offers a glamorous, playful oasis. From poolside enjoyment, oceanfront views, and gourmet dining to sipping from a fine selection of spirits and champagne, guests are transported to a world of pure indulgence and excitement.



Call 305-674-1701


Overlooking SLS South Beach’s alluring poolscape, Bar Central is an inspired retreat from the bustling South Beach streets. At this outdoor oasis, cocktails become adventurous undertakings and culinary offerings infuses fresh fare with modern tools such as liquid nitrogen and organic emulsifiers to elevate the classics and reimagine modern mainstays. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.