From pizza to sushi and land-to-sea culinary creations, discover delicious delicacies at these new South Florida eateries.
The rooftop interior design at Edgewater’s new eatery, Klaw. PHOTO COURTESY OF KLAW
Taking the spot of the 96-year-old Miami Woman’s Club, entrepreneur Sasha Krilov and restaurateur Mikhail Zelman are redefining the land and sea culinary experience with their new restaurant. This five-story building, now home to the illustrious Klaw, boasts an entire-floor kitchen, grand dining room and Edgewater’s only rooftop bar, occupying the fourth to sixth floors. Designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, the space is an ode to the location’s history, playing with extravagance, sensual lighting and timelessness. Home to Edgewater’s first-ever rooftop bar, guests can make their way to the sixth-floor rooftop op for Klaw’s world-class beverage program while taking in the breathtaking views of Miami Beach’s skyline. Guests can enjoy an array of sustainably sourced delicacies with standout dishes such as king crab claws straight from Norway. Each item on the menu is followed by a personal and thorough description, making Klaw the go-to for a land-to-sea culinary experience. 1737 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami, klawrestaurant.com
The sushi counter at Sushi | Bar Miami Beach. PHOTO BY: JOSH VILLATORO
Sushi | Bar Miami Beach
Sushi | Bar Hospitality is expanding with its first-ever Miami location, bringing Miami locals a traditional over-the-counter sushi experience with finesse and refined ingredients. Helmed by executive chef Ambrely Ouimette—the first female omakase chef—this omakase-style speakeasy hails from the West Coast. Sushi | Bar’s memorable menu will feature the freshest fish flown in weekly from all around the world with unexpected combinations. Through the sexy and alluring interior by Kushar Design, guests will be immediately transported to a traditional Japanese diner of the 1930s. Located in the Esmé Miami Beach Hotel, 36 guests are welcomed each evening with 12 per seating to indulge in Ouimette’s 17-course playful reverie on nigiri and other signature and decadent dishes. 1435 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, sushibarhospitality.com
New York-style pizza and wine from Eleventh Street Pizza PHOTO BY: FCN PHOTOGRAPHY
Eleventh Street Pizza
Hailed for being the South Florida spot for cheesy goodness, Eleventh Street Pizza, founded by New York natives, is expanding its signature Sicilian sourdough pies by opening a second location in Dadeland, alongside its Downtown Miami flagship. Blending New York-style pizza with organic, quality ingredients, Eleventh Street Pizza is elevating the Miami dining scene.
The new location has a long list of signature pies, including its beloved classics such as the pepperoni-and-hot honey pie, and innovative flavors such as the wild shroom pizza, showing off We All Gotta Eat Hospitality Group’s three-time Michelin-star culinary creations. With different New York-style pies to choose from, the pizza game in Miami just got even better. 9025 SW 72nd Place, Miami, eleventhstreetpizza.com
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