We sincerely hope you and your family fared well through the hurricane! It goes without saying that we were spared the brunt of Irma and are dedicated to getting back to a sense of normalcy to the carefree community we are! To help with that, the below venues are announcing their post Irma openings and “relief” offerings. We hope to see you soon and share the good news.

Forte Dei Marmi is delighted to announce they will be opening their doors on Thursday, September 14 for dinner service by two Michelin Stars Executive Chef Antonio Mellino. Housed on the second floor of Forte Dei Marmi Restaurant at 150 Ocean Drive, FDM Arts Club is a private space offering a uniquely designed and exquisitely furnished ‘home’ in which to dine, work, relax, and share intimate, highly curated cultural offerings and sophisticated epicurean experiences – it’s the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail or quiet meal.

Forte Dei Marmi

150 Ocean Drive

(786)276-3095

fdmmiami.com


Miami Beach’s most authentic Italian eatery opened its doors to the public on Tuesday, September 12, with its weekly 50% off Tuesday night dinner and lunch menu. Locals can enjoy 50% off the entire lunch menu all season long and a special seafood dinner every Thursday evening.

Via Emilia 9

1120 15th St.

(786) 216-7150

viaemilia9.com


The Mediterranean hotspot who selflessly donated and catered a neighborhood cookout last night in West Grove will reopen its door tomorrow, Thursday September 14th just in time for their weekly Thursday night dinner party. The restaurant will also host a special happy hour from 7pm-9pm featuring 50% off all cocktails.

Villa Azur

309 23rd Street

(305) 763 8688

villaazurmiami.com


LatAsian staple DÔA opens its doors to the public on Friday, September 15 with its happy hour specials and evening dinner.

DÔA

2000 Collins Avenue

(305)587-2000

doacantina.com


Updated Hours of Operation this Week:

WEDNESDAY, 9/13 through SUNDAY, 9/17
8:30AM – 11PM
Serving Brunch & Dinner

Yardbird Southern Table + Bar

1600 Lenox Ave

(305) 538-5220

runchickenrun.com/location/miami


Dance for a good cause on Friday – Sunday, September 15 – 17 as Miami Beach hotspot WALL will donate 100% of door revenue to the Red Cross for people affected by hurricane Harvey and Irma.

WALL

2201 Collins Avenue

(305) 938-3130

wallmiami.com


The restaurant reopened today as of 8 a.m. Escape to an Alice In Wonderland-ish space that’s whimsical, lush, and always bold. LaMuse Cafe plates inspired bites, brews tasteful coffees & teas, and conveniently offers Grab & Go for those who don’t have time to tour its award-winning Avant Gallery. The kitchen effortlessly blends decadence and leanness, freshness and cleanness – from sinful pastries and vegan treats, to wild seafood and organic carnivorous delights, to the most simply delicious sandwiches, salads and desserts, all while geographically located in a space where Downtown Miami meets Brickell.

LaMuse Café

270 Biscayne Blvd Way Suite 102 (at EPIC Hotel)

(305) 400-0036

lamuserestaurant.com


EAST, Miami and its signature restaurant Quinto La Huella is now open for continental breakfast, lunch and dinner with a limited menu. On Thursday, September 14, the hotel’s in-room dining will resume operation at 6:00 a.m. with regular service and its 40th floor rooftop bar + garden Sugar will open for regular service at 4:00 p.m.

788 Brickell Plaza

(305) 712-7000

east-miami.com


Seaspice resumes regular business hours on Friday, September 15 offering its signature Mediterranean cuisine for dinner paired with internationally influenced craft cocktails and dazzling waterfront views.

Seaspice

422 NW North River Drive

(305)440-4200

seaspicemiami.com


Updated Hours of Operation this Week:

WEDNESDAY, 9/13: 10AM – 10PM (Serving Brunch & Dinner)
THURSDAY, 9/14 – SUNDAY, 9/17: 10AM – 11PM (Serving Brunch & Dinner)

Swine Southern Table + Bar

2415 Ponce De Leon Blvd

(786) 360-6433

runpigrun.com


Updated Hours of Operation this Week:

WEDNESDAY, 9/13 – THURSDAY, 9/14: 7AM – 10PM (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
FRIDAY, 9/15 – SATURDAY, 9/16: 7AM – 11PM (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
SUNDAY, 9/17: 7AM – 10PM (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Spring Chicken

1514 S Dixie Hwy

(305) 504-2704

eatspringchicken.com/menu


Kindly note that all locations in South Florida will reopen as of 4:00 PM today.
For more information, or to find out all locations, please visit: smokeybones.com
If all of the food in your fridge or freezer has spoiled, we recommend ordering the savory BBQ TO GO/takeout party packs. All orders over $100 will be delivered right to your home!

Smokey Bones Bar + Fire Grill

smokeybones.com/catering-events


Fresh off the heels of their private opening, the largest seafood destination in Miami Beach opens its doors to the public tomorrow at 5pm. Reservations can be taken at cocobambu.com or 786-348 0770

Coco Bambu

955 Alton Rd


The Italian eatery opened its doors today at 9am resuming regular hours.

Cecconi’s


The hotel will fully reopen all outlets on Saturday, Sept. 16th including its 10 food and beverage outlets. The Diplomat is currently proud be serving as the South Florida headquarters for 400+ FPL emergency response team workers at a highly discounted special room rate as to help serve our community with city wide recovery efforts. They collectively felt that getting other businesses, hotels and local neighborhoods back on their feet would make a bigger and more immediate impact vs any sort of one of offer they could provide.

The Diplomat Beach Resort


Additionally, Nautilus Hotel and the Cabana Club restaurant are giving 20% of proceeds for rooms booked to globalgiving.com by using the code IrmaRelief

Cabana Club restaurant

nautiluscabanaclub.com

The hotel will fully reopen all outlets on Saturday, Sept. 16th including its 10 food and beverage outlets. The Diplomat is currently proud be serving as the South Florida headquarters for 400+ FPL emergency response team workers at a highly discounted special room rate as to help serve our community with city wide recovery efforts. They collectively felt that getting other businesses, hotels and local neighborhoods back on their feet would make a bigger and more immediate impact vs any sort of one of offer they could provide.

Information provided by Heidi Malaret & CARRIE HYMAN , TARA Ink.