Patrick-Gruest-Desneiges and New York developer Jack Cayre are bringing SENSES to Midtown Miami later this year. The 6,100 square foot space will encompass a bar, lounge, 110-seat terrace, 120-seat restaurant, wine shop, wine lounge, and art gallery. Wine bottles in the restaurant will cost the same as in the shop, with only a corkage fee added. Culture will be provided via wine seminars and classes and art exhibits, the first showing the work of Cuban artist Wilfredo Lam.
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"European Contemporary cuisine" will include lots of seafood, lobsters-in-a-tank, and raw bar (appetizers from $6 to $14, entrees from $19 to $30). An "aggressive happy hour program" (phrasing which somehow makes it sound a little less happy) will feature a full-size hamburger and fries for just $2.95, and other snacks for under $5 -- contingent on purchasing two drinks. No word on how much the drinks will cost.