(Photo Courtesy of Juvia)
The first modern steakhouse in the United States, Prime 112 revolutionized the industry from the moment restaurateur Myles Chefetz opened its doors on January 2, 2004. From the smell of the fresh ingredients to the sounds of up-tempo music intertwined with the sight of the country’s most eclectic mix of upscale clientele, Prime 112 is an invasion of the senses and the most sought after reservation in town. This is definitely the best people and car watching view of Miami
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Downtown Miami’s only open-air, all inclusive nightlife destination. Located in the heart of the booming Arts & Entertainment District, the stunning 7,200-SF restaurant and rooftop lounge is one of Miami’s most coveted gathering spots. Live music and entertainment blend seamlessly with indoor and outdoor dining options, continuously drawing guests from around the globe seeking a one-of-a-kind experience. Ideal for casual and formal gatherings alike, private functions, social gatherings and event productions.
Juvia is the stunning 10,000 square foot indoor/outdoor restaurant and lounge on the rooftop of 1111 Lincoln Road’s Herzog & de Meuron designed building on South Beach. Owned and operated by celebrated St. Barth restaurateurs Jonas and Alexandra Millan, Juvia is inspired by Miami’s cultural diversity and beautifully blends with the city’s natural beauty and cool, Deco landscape. Atop the splendid building, nine stories above the city, a unique trackless retractable roof acts as an umbrella and makes dining on Juvia’s terrace a year-round experience.
Conveniently situated in the Bal Harbor Shops, guests can experience the sleek, elegant design of Makoto’s al freso dining option after a full day of shopping. Featuring plush seating and shade, Makoto’s views of the Bal Harbour Shops and koi ponds are aesthetically pleasing for guests as they enjoy Japanese entrees, sushi and robata dishes.
KYU’s prime location in the heart of Wynwood give the restaurant the unique advantage of surrounding artwork and views of the Wynwood Walls. Art lovers and aficionados can spend the day exploring the art galleries and attractions and then head to KYU for a delicious Asian wood-fire grill meal.