As the Miami Worldcenter starts to come together, with additional deliverables anticipated later this year, they’ve announced their first set of tenants, and Laurel and El Vecino, both by Ariete Hospitality Group occupy places on that very short list. Laurel will call 2,800 sq ft of both indoor and outdoor space on the ground floor of the Caoba Miami Worldcenter Apartment Tower its’ home. El Vecino, being a cigar bar, as opposed to a full restaurant, will occupy a smaller footprint at 1,600 sq. ft. It will also reside in the Caoba building on the corner of the 7th St promenade and NE 1st Avenue.
Ariete Hospitality Group
Dedicated to the notion that service, excellence, and hospitality are the cornerstones of any successful food & beverage concept, Ariete Hospitality Group is the culinary and hospitality collective created by the celebrated and 2020 James Beard Awards “Best Chef: South” semifinalist chef Michael Beltran and his business partner Andrew Falsetto. Ariete Hospitality owns and operates some of South Florida’s most popular and award-winning food and beverage concepts including the restaurants Ariete, Navé, and Chug’s Cuban Diner, as well the bars The Taurus (all in Coconut Grove), and The Scape Goat on Miami Beach.
Miami Worldcenter is well underway. As the largest private development in process in Florida, the $4 Billion mixed-use project will contain residential, commercial, and hospitality spaces. These will be complemented another 300,000 sq ft of retail, restaurant, and entertainment space.
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