Miami Restaurant Openings & Closings, February 2012

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February was not the most active month for our restaurant scene. We welcomed a few notable newcomers such as Juvia, Cafe 46, and the popup Eating House, and said farewell to just a few places that really were on nobody's radar anyway -- that's probably why they closed.

The real excitement is to be found on the list of restaurants that are coming down the pike over the next few month from chefs such as José Andrés, Sam Gorenstein, Kevin Cory, and Hung Huynh! Stay tuned.

Juvia 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Cafe 46 190 NE 46th St., Miami

Elevation Burger 8975 SW 72nd Pl., Miami
Pizza Fiore, 9540 NE 2nd Ave., Miami Shores
Eating House 804 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Toscana Divino 900 S. Miami Ave., Miami
PM Fish & Steak House 1453 S. Miami Ave., Miami

First & First Southern Baking Co.
Mai Tardi
Vic & Angelo's - Closed the last day of January

On Deck
MC Kitchen, a Dena Marino restaurant in the Design District coming in March
CATCH, by Top Chef's Hung Huynh, due to open in SoBe in November 2012
Macchialina Taverna Rustica - From the Pubbelly folks
World of Beer, Dadeland Shopping Center, due to open March 6
Bloom, scheduled for a Wynwood opening this month
Villa Azur, 309 23rd St., Miami Beach
Tikl, 1450 Brickell Ave.,Miami from the AltaMare team
Dominique's Bistro, on Brickell Ave.
Gloutonnerie, in the former Au Pied de Cochon space
Milos Esitatorio, across the street from Au Pied de Cochon space, is getting closer
Naoe, the new one on Brickell Key
My Ceviche, a take-out/delivery place from Sam Gorenstein...still waiting
That Michael Schwartz/Sam Gorenstein restaurant at the Raleigh...still waiting
Katsuya in the SLS...still waiting
José Andrés Bazaar in the SLS...still waiting

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