Porfirio’s Restaurant Opening July 3rd at South Beach

PORFIRIO’S is the contemporary Mexican restaurant that took Mexico City by storm since it opened it’s doors in 2012. PORFIRIO’S reimagines the best of Mexican Cuisine’s traditional flavors, textures and colors with new groundbreaking techniques and intrepid flavors; using only high quality ingredients. Now, Porfirio’s finally opening their first branch at South Beach. They planning to open tomorrow, July 3rd at 850 Commerce St. Here is more information about Porfirio :


According to Urban Daddy :

“Specifically at Porfirio’s Restaurant, a soaring Mexican lair stocked with 100 tequilas, pork-skin gorditas and its very own mezcal concierge, opening this Thursday in South Beach. We can all agree: eating a taco is next to godliness. So consider this your church for holy tortilla worship—high cathedral ceilings, dark wood walls, a gurgling ceramic fountain and lockers for your mezcal. See, spiritual.”


According to Miami.com :

“On the food side, an extensive menu includes starters like chicarrón quesadillas and pork pozole; a selection of salads, tacos, enchiladas and tortas (the Porfirio’s torta with roasted turkey, baked pork leg, breaded beef, chorizo, cheese, avocado and onion is sure to induce a food-coma); as well as steaks, chicken, and seafood entrees like a mixed-grill steak, prawn and octopus cast-iron skillet. A $25, three-course lunch menu gives diners the option of menu favorites like tuna carnitas, crab taquitos, chicken in mole, chipotle-simmered meatballs, housemade flan and a slice of manchego cheesecake.” written by Evan S. Benn.


According to Eater :

“Located in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood, the restaurant’s first U.S. location will offer high-end Mexican cuisine and a bevy of mezcal cocktails in a lofty dining space boasting 200 indoor seats and an outdoor terrace that seats up to 110. Design wise, think high cathedral-style ceilings — as pictured above — teardrop lighting suspended from a two-story ceiling above wraparound bar and dark wood tables. As for who’s behind it, you might recognize the Mexican restaurant group, Grupo Anderson, as the team behind the Gables’ once super popular Señor Frog’s, which is set to make a comeback this year.” written by Ana Heretoiu.


Stay tuned at Miami City Social for their full menu price and reviews.