Coconut Grove is welcoming two new restaurants.
Glass & Vine opened on Monday in Coconut Grove’s Peacock Park about two months behind schedule. The 200-seat, 4,600-square-foot restaurant opened in the former Coconut Grove Library space at 2820 McFarlane Road. Miami chef and restaurateur Giorgio Rapicavoli, along with Grove Bay Hospitality Group, are behind the new eatery. The space will include a waterfront, 2,320-square-foot outdoor patio with white quartz tabletops and orange chairs; a 24-seat bar with sliding accordion and garage-style glass walls; an open kitchen; a 600-square-foot open patio area; and a vine-covered roof. The indoor space will span 1,680 square feet. Lease details were not disclosed.
Grove Bay Hospitality Group is also developing a restaurant and retail project on the Coconut Grove site called the Harbour, which will include two high-end restaurants, a casual outdoor eatery, an indoor and outdoor event space, a 400-slip marina, retail and a bay walk.
Matt Kuscher of restaurants Kush and Lokal announced he will open the Spillover in Coconut Grove. The new restaurant, at 2911 Grand Avenue, will open soon pending permits. The Spillover will offer local seafood dishes and seat up to 70. It will also feature a mural from Miami artist Camilo Rojas.
Source: The Real Deal