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What's New in Greater Miami & Miami Beach for Summer 2022

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- Miami (June 2022) -

Airlines

American Airlines

  • Daily to Anguilla, British Overseas Territory (April 2022)

  • Chattanooga, Tennessee (May 2022)

  • Columbia, S. Carolina (May 2022)

  • Huntsville, Alabama (May 2022)

  • Portland, Maine (June 2022)

  • Providence, Rhode Island (June 2022)

  • Albany, New York (June 2022)

  • Asheville, N. Carolina (June 2022)

Avianca

  • Cartagena, Colombia (March 2022)

Air France

  • Double Daily to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) (July 2022)

Gol Linhas Aéreas (GOL)

  • Brasilia, Brazil (May 2022)
  • Fortaleza, Brazil (October 2022)

Alaska Airlines

  • Seattle, Washington (June 2022)

Royal Air Maroc

  • Casablanca, Morocco 2 weekly (April 2022) and increase to 3 weekly (June 2022)

Italia Trasporto Aereo (ITA)

  • Rome, Italy increases to daily service (June 2022)

Aer Lingus

  • Dublin, Ireland (October 2022)

Eastern

  • Asuncion, Uruguay (July 2022)

LATAM

  • Increase flights to Sao Paulo (GRU) to 10 weekly (July 2022)

Miami Temptations

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is calling on all culture seekers and families to enjoy exclusive savings on admissions, memberships, and more. This summer’s Temptations Program will include Miami Hotel Months from June to September and Miami Spa Months from July to August. For a complete list of special offers available from the GMCVB’s Miami Temptations Program, visit www.MiamiTemptations.com.

Miami Spice – Aug – Sept 2022

Savor a mouthful of diverse flavors by the best chefs in Greater Miami and Miami Beach during Spice Restaurant Months. Enjoy three-course meals at top eateries for just $28 for lunch/brunch and new year this, the option of $45 or $60 for dinner. Great food is a highlight of a great getaway, so don't skip the chance to savor Miami’s collection of the tastiest cuisines from around the world. View participating restaurants early July 2022. Fore mor information, visit miamiandbeaches.com/offers/temptations/miami-spice-months

Hotels

AC Hotel Miami Brickell, Downtown Miami is part of a new dual-branded property with Element by Westin, offering two hotels in one. Their extended stay hotel provides an experience unlike any other, meeting all your needs and providing unexpected delights. There is also a trendy rooftop bar and lounge, Rosa Sky, where guests can drink in panoramic views while sipping handcrafted cocktails. For more information, visit marriott.com

citizenM Miami Brickell is set to open in late summer 2022. CitizenM is the originator of ‘affordable luxury’ hotel stays, created with business travelers in mind. They do not skimp on either quality or style but do take away everything unnecessary. Check-in takes just one minute, and instead of a lobby, there’s a signature living room – complete with couches, books, arts, TVs, and space to work. There is also a 24/7 kitchen that feeds hungry arrivals from all time zones, and 8 societyM meeting rooms (for up to 14 participants). The hotel includes 252 smart bedrooms that are fully app or tablet-controlled, XL king-size beds, jetlag-busting showers, and blackout blinds. To top it off, the hotel also has a rooftop that is open exclusively to hotel guests, with a pool, bar, and fitness area. For reservations and more information visit, citizen.com

citzenM Miami World Center opens this fall 2022. The new citizen Miami World Center hotel is superbly located in Miami’s newest and most exciting development, the Miami World Center. CitizenM has an ‘affordable luxury’ approach to hotel stays – where all the hospitality cliches are gone, and what remains is the very best of its kind. Soon, all 351 app-controlled bedrooms, a rooftop bar and fitness center, and a designer living room will be open for booking. For reservations and more information, visit citizen.com

Grand Hyatt Miami Beach Convention Center Hotel is set to begin construction this summer 2022. Designed by Arquitectonica, the 800-room hotel will enhance Miami Beach’s Convention Center District with new public spaces, improved connectivity, and privately funded infrastructure and resiliency upgrades. The project will create an estimated 1,909 on-site construction jobs, 724 full-time jobs, and 225 indirect jobs. For more information, visit miamibeachfl.gov

The Mayfair House Hotel & Garden is set to open in late summer 2022. The hotel was an instant hit when it first opened in bohemian Coconut Grove in 1985 and was then referred to as The Mayfair Hotel & Spa. The hotel will feature two brand new dining experiences by local favorite Lost Boy & Co., curated from local and international artists, and an oasis that fuses both the glamour and sophistication of the hotel’s iconic past with the vibrant, free-spirited heart of its Coconut Grove neighborhood. For more information, visit mayfairhousemiami.com

Dining & Nightlife

Abí Maria Bar & Refuge has reopened! Abi Maria is a pre-Castro-Havana-inspired craft cocktail bar located in Downtown Dadeland. The menu showcases refreshing light bites like Chef Ramos’ other restaurant, Barley, delicious pizza, and Cuban Tiki Cocktails. For more information, visit barabimaria.com

Amalia is a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant located inside a Miami Beach luxury boutique hotel, The Lennox Hotel. At the helm is Executive Chef Hernan Griccini, an Argentine native with nearly two decades of culinary experience. At Amalia, the chef will focus on a seasonal, ingredient-driven menu that melds Mediterranean cuisine with the flavors of Latin America. Inventive libations and an extensive wine menu will complement the fare. For more information, visit lennoxmiamibeach.com/dining

Bayshore Club with Grove Bay Hospitality opened in spring 2022. Taking up a spot in the waterfront Regatta Harbour complex, it features a 360-degree bar and plenty of homages to the site’s past as Pan Am’s first seaplane terminal and hangar. For more information, visit bayshoreclubmiami.com

Bagatelle is known all over the world for delivering the perfect taste of French “joie de vivre.” Bagatelle has been responsible for opening some of the most prestigious restaurants and nightlife destinations from the US to Europe to South America and beyond. For more information, visit bagatelle.com/venues/miami

BALEENkitchen at Solé Miami is the third iteration of the Noble House restaurant brand, a brand known for serving up eclectic menus within impactful interiors inspired by an international sense of adventure. For more information, visit solemiami.com/baleen-kitchen

Botánico Gin & Cookhouse located in CocoWalk is South Florida’s first gin-centric restaurant, showcasing an extensive gin-focused cocktail menu with 15 gin-and-tonic variations, plus dishes like arepas topped with duck confit, Ecuadorean ceviche, and more! For more information, visit botanicomiami.com

BRAVA! has returned to operations and is located on the second floor of the Ziff Ballet Opera House. The restaurant will elevate your next outing to Miami’s premier home for the performing arts with an exceptional pre-performance meal. Under the direction of regional chef Aaron Janus, BRAVA! offers an innovative New American menu with creative European and Latin influences. For more information, visit arshtcenter.org

Crab du Jour, a popular Cajun-inspired seafood restaurant known for its ultimate seafood boils, opens in June 2022. Crab Du Jour, which translates roughly to “crab of the day,” offers a unique dining experience featuring freshly prepared and made-to-order Cajun-inspired seafood boils and a variety of fresh high-quality seafood selections. For more information, visit crabdujour.com

Crudo’s Art House is Coral Gables’ new Asian, American and Latin-inspired hot-spot. The cuisines are the inspiration for this new outpost from MoonMat Hospitality, including dishes like duck gyoza, truffle langostinos casserole, seafood and steaks, and hand-crafted cocktails. For more information, visit crudosarthouse.com

Dirty French Steakhouse in Brickell features aged steaks, elegant seafood entrees, a raw bar, and more from the same folks who brought Sadelle’s, HaSalon, and Carbone to the destination. The space includes the Jungle Bar, lush main dining room, and a 700+ bottle wine list. For more information, visit dirtyfrench.com

Eating House has returned to its Coral Gables roots after almost a decade in June 2022. This larger, more “grown-up” version of the restaurant showcases many of its beloved dishes from its first outpost plus a full liquor bar, ample seating, and industrial digs. For more information, visit eatinghousemiami.com

El Secreto Omakase is set to open in summer 2022 at the Faena Hotel Miami Beach. Chef Paul Qui’s tasting menu of Tokyo-style sushi and Kyoto-style kaiseki at a six-seat bar with two seatings, at 6:30 pm and 9 pm, per night. Highlights include sea urchins from Hokkaido and Wagyu from Kagawa Prefecture in Japan. For more information, visit faena.com

Época is North Miami’s newest craft brewery and offers a rotating selection of experimental brews. The taproom is equipped with 12 taps that feature the brewery’s take on fruited ales, IPAs, lagers, and wild-fermentation ales. Enjoy them in the zen-like beer garden, a focal point of the Época experience. For more information, visit epocabrewing.com

Fogo de Chão, the original Brazilian churrascaria, offers an authentic Brazilian dining experience in an elegant setting, where perfectly seasoned meats, authentic gaucho chefs, and impeccable service are the center of attention. Come experience their new location in Coral Gables. For more information, visit fogodechao.com

Jattö (Ha-Tö), a play on the Peruvian term jato, meaning “home”, brings together flavors from Peru, Colombia, and Spain. Situated in the bustling Wynwood Arts District, the restaurant boasts a chic and ambient setting complete with indoor dining and a lush patio ideal for al fresco splendor; both wrapped in accents of earthy tones and natural décor to create an inviting and relaxed yet modern atmosphere. For more information, visit jattomiami.com

Klaw Restaurant, by international entrepreneur Sasha Krilov and global restaurateur Misha Zelman, recently opened inside the historic Miami Women’s Club in Edgewater. For more information, visit klawrestaurant.com

La Cañita located at Bayside Marketplace has come to the Design District with James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein, who’s known for her command of pan-Latin cuisines and teamed up with her husband-partner David Martinez. For more information, visit lacanitamiami.com

Lion & The Rambler set to open in summer 2022 aims to make traditionally pricey tasting menu restaurants more approachable and affordable. Diners can either opt for a nine-course American leaning tasting menu created by Michael Bolen or order off the bar menu that offers several overlapping tasting menu dishes. For more information, visit lionandtherambler.com

Manjay Restaurant has debuted a new brick-and-mortar location in Wynwood. Owner Christian Dominique and his team bring an updated take on Caribbean fare where guests can find a refreshed menu with new dishes served up alongside the chef’s most-loved items. For more information, visit manjayrestaurant.com

Max’d Out Donuts by popular pastry chef Max Santiago made his return to Miami with his new doughnut shop. Sugar lovers can expect plenty of Santiago’s decadent and eye-catching doughnut creations along with one new menu addition promised every week. For more information, visit @maxdoutdonuts

Mazeh is set to open this summer 2022 in Downtown Miami. Sharing with friends is the idea behind the menu at Mazeh, which offers tapas-sized Mediterranean dishes that are meant to be coursed out through the evening to make “guests feel as if they are at a friend’s home.” For more information, visit mazehmiami.com

Mehzcla has opened at the Balfour, a boutique hotel in Ocean Drive’s Art Deco district. Mehzcla’s cuisine combines a variety of Latin American culinary influences for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. At the helm is executive chef Steven Acosta, a Miami native who brings a global perspective to the restaurant’s diverse menu. For more information, visit mehzclasouthbeach.com

Moloko by Jose Mendin and J’Adore Hospitality has opened their first location in the U.S. in Miami. Taking over the former Soul Tavern space just steps away from Mendin’s other restaurants in Sunset Harbour, Moloko offers an Asian-leaning menu spearheaded by chef Daniel Roy in a sleek and vibey ambiance similar to its French counterpart. For more information, visit molokomiami.com

Oasis Wynwood: Crispy Rice, Papi Churro, and Sushi OG. In a new three-in-one outpost inside the Oasis Wynwood food hall, Poke OG founder Andrew Mayer and his partner Ryan Leto teamed up with Miami influencers Sam Schnur of @TheNaughtyFork, Yanni Georgoulakis of @FoodyFetish, and model Cindy Prado to bring this project to life. Sushi OG will serve some of Poke OG’s popular sushi rolls along with chirashi bowls and crudos, while Miss Crispy Rice will offer a selection of crispy rice, handrolls, and izakaya items. Papi Churro completes the group with a variety of sweet treats like stuffed churros, ice cream, and churro sundaes. For more information, visit oasiswynwood.com

Sadelle’s in Coconut Grove is a modern take on New York all-day dining and is known for its bagel towers, chopped salads, triple-decker sandwiches, and sliced-to-order salmon. This is the fifth Sadelle’s in operation, and another location on Lincoln Road is slated to open in 2022. For more information, visit sadelles.com

Sexy Fish has recently opened in Brickell. The restaurant offers a hedonistic escape with a dining room that features art by artist Damien Hirst and an installation by Frank Gehry composed of 26 fish lamps, features a ceiling adorned with gold, and a fish tank housing live coral and tropical fish. For food, culinary director Bjoern Weissgerber offers the restaurant’s signature dishes including duck salad, smoked tuna belly, king crab and bone marrow, and cheesecake, with the addition of new dishes specific to the Miami location. For more information, visit sexyfishmiami.com

The Gibson Room is set to open summer 2022 as the relaunch of the local watering hole, The Mighty, as a neighborhood tavern with dishes like crispy duck served with scallion pancake and grilled oysters with chile-lime butter plus a revamped cocktail program. For more information, visit themightymiami.com

The Mad Butcher by Miami-based Miami-based visionary restaurateurs, Kim Wood of Norman’s and Coco Coig of Le Chick—along with partner Victor Palacios—have opened an all-day gourmet sandwich shop that doubles as a lively late-night speakeasy. Nestled in the very heart of Wynwood, the brand-new culinary-entertainment concept is poised to become a new neighborhood staple and nightlife destination for locals and out-of-towners alike. For more infrastructure, visit madbutcher.com

The Regent Cocktail Club is once again welcoming patrons through its speakeasy-like entrance behind the host stand of Dolce Italian Restaurant inside the Gale South Beach. The fully renovated space offers a unique retro twist to a Havana-themed 1940s-style lounge with a 12-seat bar that allows imbibers to enjoy live jazz music and a lively cocktail menu. For the reopening, the in-house mixologists have crafted a dynamic menu that pairs well with light bites. For more information, visit regentcocktailclub.com

Time Out Market: Crew-Do, Clyde’s Caribbean, The Rogue Panda, Little Liberty. New summer vendors include Jeremy Ford’s cre-do, serving fish and seafood; The Rogue Panda, all plant-based Chinese dishes; and PizzElla, Neapolitan pizzas made with locally sourced ingredients. Other vendors that opened in Spring include Little Liberty, fast casual concept features gourmet burgers, boozy shakes and house-made milkshakes by restaurateur David Martinez and local bar veteran Dan Binkiewicz. more information, visit timeoutmarket.com/miami

UDON Asian Food is set to open this summer 2022 in Wynwood where the restaurant will feature udon, ramen and soba noodles by way of Spain’s leading chain of Asian restaurants. Look for Asian-inspired tapas, rice dishes and signature offerings like Corral Chicken Yakisoba and sushi rolls made with noodles instead of rice. For more information, visit udon.com

Vale Food Co. is a fast-casual restaurant offering healthy foods and quick service. Their “superfood” stations include dishes like smashed avocado toast, spicy tuna poke bowl and açai smoothies; the hot food station offers build-your-own protein bowls, including vegan and gluten-free choices. For more information, visit valefoodco.com

Vice Burger is the latest winner of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival’s (SOBEWFF) annual Burger Bash and has recently opened inside the Lincoln Eatery food hall. The menu offers a variety of classic burgers, including its famous Vice Burger made with a 5-ounce patty on a toasted brioche bun with American cheese, onions, pickles, and secret sauce; alongside milkshakes and French fries. For more information, visit viceburger.com

Well Fed has opened in the heart of Coral Gables, serving as a nod to modern Latin American cuisine. Chef Federico Tischler’s Venezuelan concept is a bright and airy full-service spot that showcases the variety of techniques and flavor combinations present in Venezuala’s national dishes and reflects the assortment of Latin American cuisines found in the South Florida community. For more information, visit wellfedmiami.com

WET is inspired by being “worthy of Poseidon himself.” The two-floor 8,500-square-foot restaurant, bar, and entertainment space will feature plenty of nautical decor details like coral displays and ceiling art made from plastic water bottles. Naturally, seafood is the star of the menu alongside an extensive steak program created by chef Joe Bonavita for an updated take on the surf and turf meal. For more information, visit wetmiami.com

Events

Wynwood Pride – Jun 10 - 12, 2022

$50 Single Day General Admission | $90 Two Day General Admission | $150 VIP One Day | $250 VIP Two Day | Sunday Activities Are Free

June marks Pride Month, and one of Miami’s biggest parties will be at Wynwood Pride. This three-day celebration of all things LGBTQ+ runs from June 10-12, bringing a fabulous two-day music festival to the historic RC Cola Plant and a Sunday afternoon takeover of the entire Wynwood neighborhood.

Redland Summer Fruit Festival – Jun 25, 2022

$15 for adults (12 and over), $ 8 for kids (11-6 years old) and 5 and under are free.

Showcasing local agriculture and tropical fruits. Vendors will be featuring tasty cuisine and rare fruit samplings available to shock your taste buds! For more information, visit redlandfruitandspice.com/event/summer-fruit-festival

Mango Festival at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden – Jul 9 & 10, 2022

Fairchild has been hosting the Mango Festival for nearly 30 years and it’s just about that time to celebrate the King of Fruit once again! Join us at the Garden for one of our all-time favorite weekends of the year! We will have loads of mango fun for the entire family! For more information, visit fairchildgarden.org/events/mango-festival

Miami Salsa Congress – Jul 20 – 25, 2022

Get ready for five days of hip-shaking, arm-swaying programming during the annual dance extravaganza. The Latin music festival, one of the largest of its kind, features a grouping of the world’s top salsa talent, including musicians, dancers, DJs, and bands. The event touts a variety of pool parties, evening galas, dance workshops and live concerts. For more information, visit miamisalsacongress.com

Rolling Loud – Jul 22 – 24, 2022

3 Day GA: $454 ($349 + $105 service charge)

See hip hop heavyweights Kanye "Ye" West, Kendrick Lamar and Future headlining the 2022 edition of Rolling Loud Miami. The annual music festival returns to Hard Rock Stadium on July 22 to July 24, featuring a stacked lineup of acts like Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Don Toliver, Baby Keem, City Girls, Gucci Mane and much, much more. For more information, visit rollingloud.com/miami2022

International Ballet Festival of Miami – Jul 23 – Aug 14, 2022

$25 - $65

Miami’s longest running dance festival returns for its 27th edition with an impressive lineup of live and virtual performances featuring over 100 exceptional dancers from all over the globe. This year’s festivities are slated to run from July 23rd through August 14th. Highlights include:

  • Companies from: Colombia, Czech Republic, Brazil, Dominican Republic, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Slovenia, Switzerland, Portugal, and USA

  • Eight live performances at multiple venues throughout Miami

  • Two free outdoor performances • Virtual interviews with the Directors

  • FREE – Dance Films, Book Presentations & Art Exhibits

For tickets and the full festival lineup, visit the festival's calendar of events.

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The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is an accredited not-for-profit sales and marketing organization whose mission is to attract visitors to Greater Miami and Miami Beach for leisure, business, and conventions. For a vacation guide, visit our website at www.MiamiandMiamiBeach.com or call 1.888.76. MIAMI (US/Canada only) or 305.447.7777. To reach the GMCVB offices, dial 305.539.3000. Meeting planners may call 1.800.933.8448 (US/Canada only) or 305.539.3071 or visit www.MiamiMeetings.com. To get further engaged with Miami, join the conversation by following us on our social media channels at Facebook.com/visitmiami, Twitter.com/miamiandbeaches, Instagram.com/miamiandbeaches and Pinterest.com/miamiandbeaches.

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