Miami’s Dynamic Restaurant Scene Shows With New Openings

Nothing can provide more evidence of a thriving restaurant scene in a city than new openings. Proprietors know what they are doing; when they see a town where the folk like to eat out, they recognise a discerning clientele that loves its food and is willing to try new things.

This is clearly true of Miami, where upcoming restaurant openings between now and the end of 2022 reveal variety, innovation and lots of exciting culinary prospects for diners to look forward to.

The Miami Times list of upcoming openings is an exciting one, with the paper noting that “our once sleepy culinary scene” is now very different and about to get even better.

For instance, those who like the taste of the Far East may flock to Double Knot, on Second Avenue. Philadelphia-based chef and restaurateur Michael Schulson is behind the opening of this exciting sushi restaurant, with sashimi, roboto and mocha desserts also on the menu.

Japanese food is not just about sushi and sashimi though. For a true Japanese steakhouse experience, Gekko on Eighth Street will provide tastes like Wagyu beef and Korean flame-grilled steak after its opening in August.

Italian food fans will look forward to the return of Eating House, at Ponce de Leon Blvd in Coral Gables. If its closure last year saddened some, the reopening will be great news.

Of course, it is not all about completely new restaurants. Some very well-established outlets are now opening in a second location.

This includes one restaurant that has been around for half a century. As the Miami Herald notes, the FreshCo Fish Market & Grill in Kendall, hailed this year by foodie website Eat This, not That as the best seafood restaurant in Florida, has now opened a second outlet in the Hammocks, four miles away.

All this goes to show that while global cuisine has made Miami’s restaurant scene more varied and exciting, there is still room for old favourites too.


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August 05, 2022 — Jacob Blakey