Miami's September Restaurant Openings & Closings

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It's hard to keep up with all the eateries that come and go, but last month, Miami had some notable losses. There were also some good additions. Here's our restaurant roll call for September.*


Cape Cod Room, 5937 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

Luna Corner Pizza, 6815 Biscayne Blvd., Miami

MiniBar, 3612 NE Second Ave., Miami

Casale, 1800 Bay Rd., Miami Beach

Q American Barbeque, 4029 N. Miami Ave., Miami

Fin, 4029 N. Miami Ave., Miami

Barbu, 1935 West Ave., #102, Miami Beach

Siam Lotus Room, 6388 S Dixie Hwy., South Miami


Gigi, 3470 N. Miami Ave., Miami

Segafredo, 5800 SW 73rd St., South Miami

Wine Depot & Bistro 555, 555 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach

Le Kabob, 1250 S. Miami Ave., #4, Miami

Vintage Liquor Wine & Bar, 3301 NE First Ave., Ste. 105, Miami

POC American Fusion Buffet & Sushi, 2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables

Joumou Café, 4424 NE Second Ave., Miami

Kone Temaki Sake Lounge, 232 Fifth St., Miami Beach

Bistro 1401, 1401 SW 22nd St., Miami

Name Changes

Sabbia at Brickell (formerly known as Café Sci Sci), 1053 SE First Ave., Miami

*or earlier and not covered in our last roll call.

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