The new lounge at Mayfair House Hotel & Garden has been created to bring guests an elevated craft cocktail experience made with local ingredients and sharable bites served from an elevator-car-transformed bar. Drinks are served from an old elevator car at the hotel that has been transformed into a bar.
The construction of Grove Central is finished. The residential tower is open for occupancy, with renters moving in, and the development’s retail component is opening in phases.
Considered one of the top 10 outdoor art shows in the country, the Coconut Grove Arts Festival will once again bring Miami’s beloved neighborhood to life as it celebrates six decades of creativity. The three-day festival will feature over 280 internationally recognized, jury-selected artists showcasing their works of art all along Biscayne Bay
Bartaco, which began life in 2010 in Port Chester, New York, is opening a third South Florida location in Commodore Plaza in Coconut Grove.The new Mexican restaurant is larger than its sister properties in Aventura and Wynwood and will become the flagship for the brand.
A large mixed-use project called Grove Central is getting its finishing touches. The project will be anchored by a Target, and a residential tower is planned to include 400 apartments, with pre-leasing now underway.
Ariete Hospitality Group have debuted the second part of their restaurant expansion at CocoWalk with the opening of Eva, their new Mediterranean, bistro-style dining spot. This follows the opening of the Oyster Bar in September, offering a selection of raw bar classics in an intimate setting.
As part of the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District, the School of Rock plays a pivotal role in enriching the local arts and music scene there. The soul of Coconut Grove is truly artistic and the school stands as a testament to the enduring power of music in this community.
The opening of the Oyster Bar marks the first phase of AHG’s two-part restaurant rollout in the plaza. The upcoming Eva restaurant focusing on Mediterranean dishes will debut later this fall.
The Coconut Grove Organic Farmers Market could soon be gone, as new development replaces the community’s landmarks, piece by piece. The market, amid lush almond and live oak trees, feels almost immune from encroaching development. But the market’s history is also part of a larger story of a changing Coconut Grove.
#BlueGrove is one of four quarterly initiatives in the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District. This seasonal campaign focused on water-quality awareness, is connecting a series of interrelated events inspiring businesses to take a leadership role in providing smart, sustainable options to their customers and guests.