Closer Look: Coya in Downtown Miami

Closer Look: Coya in Downtown Miami

Coya Miami is an expansive establishment. After passing a leafy terrace, you’re met inside by a pisco bar fit for drinks and casual dining. Farther in is the high-ceilinged main space, which features a ceviche and tiradito counter that’s ideal for solo dining. Aptly called the Gold Room, the majestic space is reminiscent of an Incan palace.

Both the restaurant and its patrons are impeccably styled, which is unsurprising given that entrées hover in the $30 range. The bulk of the menu, however, consists of small sharing plates averaging $12. They’re divided into categories such as ceviches, tiraditos, anticuchos (marinated skewers cooked on a charcoal grill), vegetables, and fish and meat mains. Click here for the full Coya review by Valeria Nekhim Lease.

Photography by billwisserphoto.com


Coya Miami is an expansive establishment. After passing a leafy terrace, you’re met inside by a pisco bar fit for drinks and casual dining. Farther in is the high-ceilinged main space, which features a ceviche and tiradito counter that’s ideal for solo dining. Aptly called the Gold Room, the majestic space is reminiscent of an Incan palace.

Both the restaurant and its patrons are impeccably styled, which is unsurprising given that entrées hover in the $30 range. The bulk of the menu, however, consists of small sharing plates averaging $12. They’re divided into categories such as ceviches, tiraditos, anticuchos (marinated skewers cooked on a charcoal grill), vegetables, and fish and meat mains. Click here for the full Coya review by Valeria Nekhim Lease.

Photography by billwisserphoto.com
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