Coya Miami brings the spirit of Latin America to the heart of downtown Brickell . with a modern Peruvian restaurant at the centre of Coya’s culture, be right in the action as the food is prepared in front of you at either our Ceviche Bar (raw bar), La Parrilla (open charcoal grill) and the Cocina Central (central kitchen). We have an extensive Pisco Bar specializing in bespoke Pisco infusions, specialist tequilas and rum which sits adjacent to the main dining room, where the sights and sounds of Coya come together to fill the senses with the essence of Latin American culture. Here is more information about Coya Miami :
According to Eater :
“The investor behind wildly popular eateries like Zuma, La Petite Maison, Roka and more, Arjun Waney, is apparently bringing Miami a new dose of trendy with his London-based hot spot, Coya. As for what’s to come at the Peruvian restaurant (last year named best restaurant by Zagat), expect ceviches, other Peruvian classics, a pisco bar and plenty of other boozy options, if it’s anything like its UK sibling. ” written by Ana Heretoiu.
According to Miami.com :
“Opening February 19 is Coya, (not to be confused with Wynwood taco spot Coyo), a London-based Peruvian restaurant that, according to a press release, “marries abundant ingredients native to Peru with modern fresh approaches” as seen in ceviche, tiraditos, antichuchos and more. There’s also a Pisco bar that will serve, cough, “bespoke” Piscos. In laymen’s terms, that’s ‘made to order.” written by Lesley Abravanel.
According to Zagat :
“London hot spot Coya will open its first U.S. location in Brickell with authentic Peruvian fare, a pisco bar and murals done by South American artists. There’s also a members-only lounge that caters to private dining, live music acts and VIP art exhibits. On the menu, expect traditional and modern Peruvian cuisine such as ceviche, tiraditos and charcoal grilled skewers of fish, meat and vegetables. The pisco bar offers 20 different infused piscos that are made in-house with flavors including black currant and cinnamon-orange. There’s also a rotating seasonal cocktail menu featuring libarions made with tequila, mezcal and rum. This latest outpost, slated to open mid-February, marks the third location following London and Dubai.” written by Carissa Chesanek.
According to Miami Culinary Tours :
“In keeping with its mission to honor the many gems of Peruvian epicurean culture, Coya boasts a dedicated Pisco Bar which offers twenty varieties of expertly infused piscos, made in-house using a range of natural fruits, spices and herbs like blackcurrant, aji panca chili and cinnamon orange to name a few. In addition, guests can peruse Coya’s seasonally changing cocktail list, which continues to artfully explore pisco as well as regionally celebrated spirits like tequila, mezcal and rum. For those looking for a more private ambiance, Coya is also equipped with a Members’ Only Lounge whose association allows access to sister locations in London and Dubai. The intimate space will host a range of events and entertainment every night of the week, including live music performances, art exhibitions and master chef classes.”
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