About Riverside Miami
Located right on the Miami River between S. Miami Avenue and SE 1st Avenue, “Riverside” will deliver the best of Miami in a beautifully landscaped waterfront setting unlike anything serving the Downtown Brickell area. With seven restaurants, a tap room, large screen TV’s, art situated throughout the grounds and family friendly special events, there is something for everyone. All with magnificent water views.
Happy Hump Day As Riverside Miami continue to host his soft opening throughout the month, see above and below for hours this weekend.
Friday 2/7/2020 Taproom (4Pm on), Lounge (8Pm-2Am)
Saturday 2/8/2020 Taproom (12Pm on), Lounge (6Pm-2Am)
Sunday 2/9/2020 Taproom (12Pm on), Lounge (3Pm on)
Brickell’s new hot spot opens this summer on the Miami River
There’s a new place to eat and drink and socialize in Brickell this summer and it’s got a waterfront view.
The Riverside Miami development, a venue with 120,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, is scheduled to open in July on the Miami River in the beating, sweaty heart of downtown Miami.
The development, at Fifth Street and South Miami Avenue, will be home to six different restaurants, a tap room, beer garden and cafe and an event space for community use. A waterfront boardwalk will connect the venue to Brickell Avenue, and the boardwalk along the South Miami Avenue Bridge will be extended with an addition: art installations by Jeffrey Barone.
“In the concrete jungle that is Brickell, we wanted to create a unique oasis that will be anchored with a waterfront view, live entertainment, gastronomy, libations and special events,” said Riverside spokesman Marcelo Goulart in a press release.
Yes. Gastronomy and libations are definitely the stars of the show. There will be two full service restaurants: Awa, which will serve Asian cuisine, and a high-end steakhouse. There are also more casual, grab-and-go options from Le Chick, Morgan’s and Old Lisbon.
Miami River Brewery will also be on hand, serving up craft beer on tap that is going to taste exceptionally good on hot summer days. Expect a rotation of small batch specialty beers, with signature and seasonal brews and local collaborations. There’s an outdoor beer garden for your lounging pleasure, but if it gets too hot and if you’ve spent August in Miami, you know it will — you can retreat indoors with your drink and watch sports on TV.
You can arrive by boat, Miami Metromover or car (street parking is available for the brave-hearted and the lucky). Either way, Riverside, which will be open for lunch and dinner daily, will be waiting.
Reviews from Yelp:
Coral Springs, Florida- “Riverside is a boatyard, a riverfront with six restaurants, a cafe ,a taproom, beer garden, good staff, art installations, live entertainment. I enjoyed my yellowtail meal.”
Reviews from Google:
Javier Romano- “Beautiful place, awesome ambience, delicious burgers, great drinks and excellent service. Highly recommend. Looking forward to going back.”