1. Coya Miami offers a vibrant, chic and tasteful environment, which creates a perfect excuse to escape your mundane office space and chat with friends or colleagues over a delectable $29 pre-fixe lunch menu. Since it’s located in the heart of Brickell it’s very easy for locals and professionals to walk to or they can choose to valet upon arrival.
2. Menu includes some light, healthy and well-portioned options that won’t leave you feeling sluggish once you return to your desk . You can thank us later – we know how hot Miami is getting 🙂
3. The menu features nine different Peruvian-style dishes and here are some of our faves: the Dorada Clasico (seabream, red unions, sweet potato, white corn), Calamares Fritos con Ocopa (Baby squid, Peruvian marigold, quinoa), and Pollo al Josper (Free range chicken breast, Aji panca, cilantro).
4. Patrons can enjoy their lunch in Coya’s regal dining room decorated with Incan inspired pieces, colors, accents, and artwork so guests can partake in the spirit of Coya’s Latin American culture. The dining room also boasts a central Ceviche Counter and Robata Grill. As guests chat with their friends they can watch the chefs as they expertly prepare their dishes. Feeling like you need a breath of fresh air after a busy day in the boardroom? Good news, guests can reserve a table on the Terrace which Coya has transformed into a Peruvian oasis with lush oversized plants, and cozy-chic seating (making you never want to leave). It’s the perfect setting to sip on a bespoke cocktail from Coya’s bar, or enjoy a casual bite to feel as though you may have slipped away from the busy streets of Miami and entered a Latin Paradise.
5. You can complement your lunch by ordering a signature cocktail or unique spirit off Coya’s massive Bar menu – carefully designed by its seasoned mixologist, Maria Pottage. The bar menu features an impressive wine list with 10+ years aged spirits from around the world including a wide-range of cognacs, tequilas, rums, whiskies, gins, vodkas, roses, sakes, mezcals, piscos, brandies and more. Known for its traditional Pisco Sour (Barsol Quebranta pisco, key lime, sugar, egg white, and chuncho bitters) and Chili Margarita (jalepeno and serrano chilis infused Herradura Blanco tequila, avocado puree, lime, and agave nectar), the Pisco Bar offers a variety of cocktails that are created for every palate ranging from sweet, to dry, hot and spicy flavors.