A new attractive mediterranean restaurant is becoming a new addition at South Beach. It is called KLIMA Restaurant & Bar. Upon entering KLIMA Restaurant and Bar, you will be embraced with a flow of senses. The Bar will offer an inviting array of specialty cocktails and a casual but socially captive dining ambience where guests will be able to enjoy a unique variety of small plates offered from the bar menu. Light, art and intriguing design will lead you past a more intimate and sought-after selection of tables, through to the main dining room and our outdoor retreat. A climbing spiral of plant life and greenery creates a harmonious and unique culinary haven to enjoy for hours under the stars in the heart of South Florida.
Food is their Life and Culture. The Mediterranean roots combined with the seasonal heritage of locally raised products have helped them to develop a contemporary and international menu that is simple to the eye and authentic in taste. A blend of the most original global recipes together with the freshest prime ingredients will create an eclectic yet balanced meal. The underlying theme for the cuisine is simplicity with genuine flavors that are carefully choreographed by an experienced chefs for your enjoyment. Here is more information about Klima :
According to Urban Daddy :
“Focus intently on Klima Restaurant and Bar, a tastefully appointed new Mediterranean destination starring lobster-stuffed rigatoni, wine and the sultry subtropical pergola you’ll be enjoying it in, taking reservations now for dinner tonight. It’s a lofty residence in the former Tosca space retrofitted with slates of beige wood, natural oak floors and colorful Turkish rugs. From the long bar and candlelit lounge directly in front of you, your night begins with a few glasses of wine…”
According to Miami.com :
“The kitchen is headed up by David ‘Rusti’ Rustarazo, the former Chef with Albert Ventura and the acclaimed restaurant “Coure”. Pablo opened Hotel Omm in Barcelona as the Chief Executive with Yago Giner as the Director of Operations, winning a Michelin star after 11 months with the Roca Brothers. The most popular Grupo Tragaluz restaurants the partnership spearheaded are Restaurant Tragaluz (Barcelona) Bar Tomate (Mexico City) and Pez Vela (Barcelona).” written by Sara Liss.
According to Zagat :
“A Spanish chef and owners bring a taste of Barcelona to Miami Beach, using local, seasonal ingredients to create contemporary Catalan-Mediterranean dishes rooted in tradition. The digs are warm and welcoming, with a wood-accented dining room and lounge featuring distinctive artwork, and an outdoor veranda dotted with greenery. P.S. An upstairs members-only cocktail club is also in the works. “
Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.