The Most Anticipated Miami Restaurant Openings, Summer 2016

 | Miami Eater

Places to look forward to this summer

 

The summer isn’t exactly prime time for opening a restaurant in Miami, but the tides are changing and several new spots will be coming our way even in the hottest of months. Here are the ones we are most looking forward to.

Paulie Gee’s Miami

WHO: Jason Weisberg, Paulie Gee

WHAT:This popular Brooklyn pizzeria is — like many NYC restaurants — making its way down to Miami. Taking over a former Chinese restaurant space on Biscayne, it’ll serve up many of the classic pies that made Paulie Gee’s so popular along with dishes created with the Miami market in mind.

WHERE: 8001 Biscayne Blvd

WHEN: July/August 2016

Image credit: Paulie Gee’s

Phuc Yea

Phuc Yea! Logo

WHO: Cesar Zapata and Aniece Meinhold

WHAT: Miami’s first pop up restaurant finally has a permanent location. Taking over the former Moonshine Asian space on Biscayne, it’ll start up where the temporary restaurant left off serving up its most popular dishes like pork riblets and oodles of noodles.

WHERE: 7100 Biscayne Blvd

WHEN: This Summer

Image credit: Phuc Yea

Kiki on The River

WHO: Former Opium Group honcho Roman Jones, former Philippe Chow Managing Partner Aris Nanos and executive chef Steve Rhee, who helped open Milos

WHAT: A Greek spot featuring a moderately priced menu offering a bit more on an “approachable option” on the Miami River

WHERE: 450 Northwest South River Drive

WHEN: August 2016

Image credit: Roman Jones (photo credit: Jonas Grabarnick)

 

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