One of the most anticipated opening in recent Miami memory, it's opening pegged to Art Basel 2010 is located in ever-hip art district near the Wynwood Walls where art philanthropist and investor Tony Goldman with his daughter Jessica Srebnick (pictured) debut an art-theme eatery on a level rarely seen even in the NYC. The indoor/outdoor space is lined in floor-to-ceiling windows with wide plank, distressed hardwood floors and industrial collection of classic American design elements like wood-and-iron barstools and zinc-covered surfaces. Divided between an outdoor terrace at the actual Wynwood Art Wall, eclectic bar and and dining room, the space is defined by a series of all-encompassing graffiti murals by Brazilian artists Os Gemeos as well as weighty installations by Shepard Fairey and Christian Awe.
An American-style brassier is home to a lunch and dinner menu of farm-to-table specialties created by chef Marco Ferraro. An integrated bar and restaurant menu includes selections of grilled skewers, homemade sausages, and hearty salads that satiate the South Beach minded dieter. Main courses include six different burger selections with play of topping and cheeses, omelets, clay pots, and steakhouse minded entrée liked fillet and rotisserie-style chicken. Wine lovers will also be impressed with the selection of vintage wines available by the glass in addition to a lengthy wine cellar of French and Spanish bottles.
Art-filled eatery created by Wynwood art philanthropist includes works by Shepard Fairey inside American-style brasserie with bar and terrace.