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Alloy Bistro
"An oasis of calm in the heart of the city, Alloy Bistro transports you out of the hustle & bustle of downtown to a cozy Mediterranean courtyard. Casual yet evolved, Chef Federico's food is always market fresh and inspired by local ingredients."
Lure Fishbar
"Lure Fishbar is a a seafood restaurant offering not only the freshest fish selections from around the world but also a complete raw bar with rotating oyster selection, and a world class sushi program."
Meraki Greek Bistro
"Meraki Bistro strives to bring you the best and most authentic Greek cuisine at a setting that will inspire and transfer our guests to the place where we grew up with so many fond memories and great flavors. With our great selection of traditional appetizers, homemade gyro meat and daily and nightly specials there’s something for everyone to enjoy. “Hidden away” in the center of downtown, enjoy the calmness and quietness of “The Village”, either in the cool summer breeze outdoor patio or inside our inspired dining area."
NiDo Caffe
"This is our “philosophy” and our “culture”. We believe that everyone should enjoy life to its fullest every day without thinking about tomorrow.

We believe that food can only be served and enjoyed the same day it is prepared. Our approach in the kitchen is a reflection of our vision.

Established in 2010, Ni.Do. Caffé & Mozzarella Bar came with the unique idea of including the first bar of homemade fresh mozzarella in Miami.

Centrally located in Miami’s East Side, Ni.Do. Caffé offers fine authentic Italian cuisine in a casual and home environment with outdoor seating."
The Arketekt
Food is not served on monday nights.
"The group behind the local favorite Aficionados Brickell Wine & Spirits have opened their first restaurant concept, The Arketekt. After over 20 years in Pembroke Pines, 9 years in Coral Springs and 7 years in Brickell, the owners have decided to venture into the culinary world.

Under the consulting culinary direction of Chef Jean Paul Desmaison, former owner of the well-known restaurants, La Cofradia in Coral Gables and Jean Paul’s House, and Chef Ivan Mackliff, formerly of The Big Easy, Andu Bistro, The River Oyster Bar and several others, the two chefs have joined forces to create a unique yet approachable global menu for this brand new Miami eatery. Along with Mackliff’s team at The Arketekt, he brings inventive, creative and flavorful dishes to the Downtown Miami area.

The carefully curated menu offers a wide variety of small plates and a distinctly local craft cocktail menu with signature drinks that will blow your mind and your palette. The bar program takes inspiration from its neighbor, Aficionados utilizing unique spirits, rare liqueurs and only the freshest ingredients.

A notable component to The Arketekt’s beverage lineup is the extensive wine list and half bottle program that allows guests to experience multiple flavor palettes. One of a kind and the only one in Miami, the half bottle program brings esoteric and unique wines from family owned vineyards, made by hand to the people of Miami. There are 50 wines served in decanters and the patron will be able to taste several types of wine as opposed to committing to an entire bottle for the same price."
Michi’s
"Michi’s is a restaurant for the whole family where you can find a great variety of dishes. From Italian classics like pizza and pasta to Latin-American favorites to new trends like Hawaiian poké bowls to exciting combinations created by us. We also offer delicious smoothies and juices and plates the little ones will love in our kid-friendly menu. Desserts and cocktails at Michi’s are unique because they not only taste amazing, they also only have a fraction of the calories and are made with the best ingredients for your body."
Pinch Kitchen
"We came up with the name Pinch because it was what we do on a constant basis while we’re cooking. It’s a pinch of salt, a pinch of spice, a pinch of pepper and that was the original idea. It was a pinch of something to do your meal. As we went through the lengthy process of opening and creating Pinch, it kind of developed a new meaning… it was a little bit a pinch of everybody that put their soul and their hard work into what Pinch is now.”
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