New Miami restaurants include Holly Blue, Motek Cafe, Sadelle’s, Tropezon

0

Miami’s latest slew of openings include Holly Blue in Fort Lauderdale, Israeli-themed Motek Café and the latest concept from the prolific Major Food Group.

Do you know of any openings that are not on our list? E-mail [email protected]

Click to enlarge

Marvin’s Room offers low-alcohol cocktails.

Photo courtesy of Holly Blue

Holly Blue

441 NE Third Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
954-488-2117
hollyblueftl.com

Beloved Fort Lauderdale chef Giovanni Rocchio — the restaurateur behind the now-closed Valentino Cucina Italiana — is back at Holly Blue. In the Great Room, diners will find a menu that marries Rocchio’s homemade pasta with a variety of artfully prepared dishes. In Marvin’s room, a dimly lit ambience is a perfect space to peruse the cocktail program focused on low ABV cocktails. Open Sunday to Thursday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to midnight.

Click to enlarge Motek Café is now open inside the Aventura Mall.  - PHOTO BY CRISTIAN GONZALEZ

Motek Café is now open inside the Aventura Mall.

Photo by Cristian Gonzalez

Motek Cafe at Aventura Mall

19565 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura
305-974-2626
motekcafe.com

Motek Café recently opened, bringing Israeli-Mediterranean fare to Aventura, joining Pubbelly Sushi, Estiatorio Ornos by Michael Mina, Pani, Serafina and Cvi.Che 105 in the new wing of Aventura Mall. The restaurant, which opened its first Downtown Miami location in 2020, will be serving brunch all day, dinner and coffee daily. Ppopular dishes include crispy chicken schnitzel, shakshuka, and Israeli salad. Open Monday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Click to enlarge New York favorite Sadelle's has opened its first South Florida location in Coconut Grove.  - PHOTO COURTESY OF MAJOR FOOD GROUP

New York favorite Sadelle’s has opened its first South Florida location in Coconut Grove.

Photo courtesy of Major Food Group

At Sadelle’s

3321 Mary Street, Miami
212-254-3000
sadelles.com/coconut-grove

New York favorite Sadelle’s has opened its first South Florida location in Coconut Grove. The restaurant, named after the great-grandmother of Major Food Group co-founder Jeff Zalaznick, is a one-stop-shop for all-day dining, offering classic dishes like bagels, salmon and sturgeon sliced ​​to order, eggs and chopped salads. Coconut Grove’s menu is nearly identical to New York’s and includes a selection of comfort foods like pigs in a blanket, omelettes, a smoked salmon platter, and three-tier sandwiches. Miami prices have yet to be set, but Zalaznick notes that Sadelle’s dishes cost more because the ingredients are of higher quality. Open Wednesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Click to enlarge Tropezón is now open inside the Esme Miami Beach Hotel.  - PHOTO COURTESY OF TROPEZÓN

Tropezón is now open inside the Esme Miami Beach Hotel.

Photo courtesy of Tropezón

Tropezón at the Esmé Miami Beach Hotel

512 Espanola Way, Miami Beach
305-763-8523
tropezonmiami.com

The team behind Lost Boy Dry Goods has opened its first restaurant, Tropezón, located inside the new Esmé Miami Beach hotel. Co-founders Randy Alonso and Chris Hudnall offer diners an intimate restaurant and bar serving Spanish classics. The menu embraces sharing with a tapas-style menu inspired by the flavors and ingredients of the Andalusian province while paying homage to the pueblos in Spain – plus a bar that celebrates gin and tonic with different variations. Open Sunday to Thursday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Share.

About Author

Comments are closed.