“No One” by Giorgio Tentolini Opening Event – Wednesday, November 29

Arlo Wynwood, 2217 NW Miami Court, Miami, FL 33127

On Wednesday, November 29, at 6 p.m., Arlo Wynwood is debuting a thought-provoking exhibition with Italian artist Giorgio Tentolini called “No One.” Art enthusiasts can obsess over the exhibit during this special unveiling event to showcase his pieces that explore the complexity of identity in the digital age. Prompting viewers to question what’s real and what’s virtual, Tentolini’s work has been showcased in prestigious museums such as Italy’s Museo d’Arte della Città di Ravenna and Museo di Salò. He incorporates facial features and body parts from classical sculptures that dissolve into a sequence of mesh wire and tulle as viewers near them. Guests can head to MaryGold’s by Brad Kilgore on the first floor for a special Art Week menu, including a new dessert that showcases a playful reflection of Tentolini’s mesh wire compositions (think: Whipped Chocolate Curd, made with hazelnut and passion fruit exhibited on a pedestal of chocolate-covered mesh wiring and adorned in silver flakes that mirror the luminescence of Tentolini’s black-and-white portraits). Artfully created cocktails, including the Tea & Leche, were inspired by neighboring Wynwood murals. Before or after dinner, guests can venture to Higher Ground, the graffiti-adorned rooftop bar, which doubles as an outdoor art gallery. The event is free and open to the public. Attendees must RSVP via Eventbrite.

Solo Exhibition Opening by Leo & Steph – Friday, December 1

Lina Cerrone Gallery, 2239 NW Second Ave., Miami, FL 33137
Lina Cerrone Gallery, an international contemporary art gallery in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, is kicking off Miami Art Week with the launch of a new solo exhibition featuring the dynamic French-Brazilian pop art duo Leo & Steph, who made a name for themselves by way of Paris, Dubai, Geneve, London and Miami by turning iconic brands, including Chanel, Hermès, Balenciaga and Yves Saint Laurent, into unique and exclusive works of art. Leo, a Brazilian graphic and interior designer, and Steph, a well-renowned French producer with over 20 years of experience in the media industry, met and fell in love in Paris 13 years ago and turned their shared passion for pop art into playful and colorful works of art. Their new exhibition at Lina Cerrone Gallery will feature approximately 14 new prints alongside three new “KID CUP” sculptures, the pair’s iconic gender-neutral embodiments of the eternal, joyful inner child. The figures symbolize unending optimism, perpetually in pursuit of the whimsical and radiant aspects of life, with their ever-present cup representing a love for life’s offerings. The exhibition opening – free and open to the public – will take place on Friday, December 1, from 5:30-9 p.m. To RSVP, email rachel@thedanaagency.com.

Chotto Matte Art Week Programming – December 4-9

1666 Lenox Ave., #1664, Miami Beach, FL 33139 | 305.690.0743

Chotto Matte is a global restaurant brand that celebrates authentic and innovative Nikkei cuisine, a unique blend of Japanese and Peruvian culinary traditions, ingredients and techniques. During Miami Art Week, Chotto Matte Miami will transform into a dynamic canvas for artistic collaborations and immersive experiences. The week kicks off on Monday, December 4, with an installation by artist BLCKSMTH. Also launching that evening is “Monday Industry Night,” where guests can indulge in Chotto Hour deals all night long. On Tuesday, December 5, the spotlight shifts to a collaboration with artist Elaine Defibaugh (whose work can be seen in the restaurant’s bathrooms), who will impart her UV artwork to Chotto Matte’s signature caps in a live, interactive setting. On Wednesday, December 6, Chotto Matte introduces a partnership with Origen vodka and Fleur de Mal, live art entertainment by Millie Brown and a live performance by Tim Young with a soundtrack by DJ Janika Tenn (reservations are encouraged). The artistic journey continues on Friday, December 8, with an evening filled with live painting and entertainment from Bradley Theodore, the creative force behind the Chotto Matte Miami’s entrance artwork, who will create signature caps for guests who order from one of the restaurant’s tasting menus. The week culminates on Saturday, December 9, with a collaboration with long-time partner Lefty Out There, whose custom designs will be printed on caps for the night additionally for guests who order from one of the restaurant’s tasting menus. For reservations, visit chotto-matte.com/miami.

ThankYouX: “Want to Be Reminded” Mural Unveiling – Wednesday, December 6

Arlo Wynwood, 2217 NW Miami Court, Miami, FL 33127

Arlo Wynwood has partnered with internationally recognized L.A.-based artist and painter ThankYouX, a leader in the NFT space who is bridging the gap between the traditional art and crypto worlds, to create a brand-new mural on the rooftop called “Want to Be Reminded.” ThankYouX’s creation will showcase the energy and movement around the city by incorporating unique color schemes that represent both the hotel and the neighborhood. The mural will be unveiled on Wednesday, December 6, from 6-9 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Attendees must RSVP via Eventbrite.

LUA & Mareas, Gravitational Attraction, by Ingrid Haubrich for ADRIANA HOYOS – Wednesday, December 6

2725 Salzedo St., Coral Gables, FL 33134

Furniture and art collide during Miami Art Week when luxury international furniture brand and interior design studio ADRIANA HOYOS hosts a live painting event in collaboration with world-renowned artist Ingrid Haubrich. Attendees will be able to witness Haubrich creating a custom, one-of-a-kind statement piece from ADRIANA HOYOS’ latest home furnishings collection, LUA, inspired by the moon. Haubrich will also showcase additional art pieces (using two LUA End Table 100s as canvases), with proceeds from the collaboration benefiting the nonprofit Beaux Arts Miami. The exclusive, invite-only event will take place on Wednesday, December 6, from 5:30-9 p.m. at the new ADRIANA HOYOS Design Atelier in Coral Gables.

The Balfour Hotel Presents Lost at Sea by Gustavo Oviedo – Wednesday, December 6

The Balfour Hotel, 350 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139

On December 6 at 7 p.m., The Balfour Hotel will unveil local artist Gustavo Oviedo’s exhibit, “Lost at Sea.” The immersive, thought-provoking exhibition will delve into underwater discovery, coastal documentation and debris analysis. These works exemplify Gustavo Oviedo’s artistic style with large-scale paintings of organic forms straight from the depths of the ocean’s cosmic consciousness. Reflective surfaces and multisensory installations invite attendees on a transformative journey, encouraging introspection and connection to the vast ocean. The event will include passed bites and complimentary beverages; a pop-up display by emerging luxury handbag brand Piper & Skye, recognized as a global leader in responsibly-made oceanic leather accessories; as well as live entertainment, and an opportunity to meet the artist. The event is free and open to the public. 

Reyna Noriega x Nautilus Sonesta Miami Beach – Presented by nAscent Art New York Inc. Opening Event – Wednesday, December 6

Nautilus Sonesta Miami Beach Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

Afro-Latina visual artist, painter and author Reyna Noriega, who has dedicated her life’s work to celebrating women of color, has partnered with Nautilus Sonesta Miami Beach and nAscent Art New York to debut her first-ever full-scope multimedia and multidimensional artwork installation. Featuring over 12 never-before-seen pieces, the immersive installation explores Noriega’s vibrant heritage and identity as a female Cuban-American Miami native as it intersects with her culture and journey as an artist. Guests can attend the opening cocktail event at the Nautilus Salon & Oceanfront Terrace on December 6 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. The installation will be on display and open to the public from December 5-10 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. For more information or to RSVP, click HERE.

The Nolcha Shows: Ordinals Edition – Thursday, December 7

Sagamore South Beach, 1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

On Thursday, December 7, Sagamore South Beach and Nolcha Shows present The Nolcha Shows: Ordinals Edition, an art-meets-Bitcoin conference powered by Gamma.io, bringing together leading voices, builders, artists and collectors from the digital art ecosystem on Bitcoin. The event will feature keynotes and panels from leading industry experts, including Trust Machines, Xverse, Gamma, Stacks, Apollo, as well as poolside networking, live art painting and a conference after-party with performances, exotic acts and entertainment. For tickets and more information, visit sagamoresouthbeach.com.

The Gabriel South Beach x Nadjea Swimwear Pop-Up Shop – December 7-10 

The Gabriel South Beach, 350 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139

The Gabriel South Beach is partnering with Nadjea Swimwear to host an exclusive pop-up shop where hotel guests and visitors can explore a curated collection of premium swim, resort wear and accessories featuring exquisite designs that blend elegance with comfort. The unique shopping experience will be open to the public December 7-10 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.  

Sarah Main & Hoax (BE) at The Gabriel South Beach – December 8 & 9 

The Gabriel South Beach, 350 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Experience the vibrant intersection of art and music at The Gabriel South Beach as the versatile artist/DJ Sarah Main combines her vivid, augmented reality-infused art with her infectious beats. On Friday, December 8, from 2-5 p.m., Main will activate The Gabriel South Beach’s Floridita rooftop with a sunset set. On Saturday, December 9, from 1-5 p.m., the hotel’s courtyard pool will be transformed into an Ibiza-style pool party featuring beats by Hoax (BE) and a special performance by the Queen of House, Barbara Tucker. During the performance, Main will be live painting and drawing inspiration from the vibrant beats and the stunning backdrop of South Beach, promising an unforgettable evening of creativity and rhythm.

The Gates Hotel South Beach Presents Dive Miami Art Week – December 8-9 

The Gates Hotel South Beach, 2360 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 3313

The Gates Hotel South Beach has partnered with Dive Miami to bring Miami Art Week enthusiasts a blend of art, music and fashion activations. Starting on Friday, December 8, at noon, guests will be welcomed by an exhibition of digital and physical art displayed all over the hotel. At 1 p.m., savor Miami flavors with complimentary Cuban sandwiches and cafecito while immersing in the 3D VR box experience presented by Cat Russell in the lobby. Meanwhile, the third-floor terrace will host the Rug Radio Panel from 1-3 p.m., discussing the intersection of Web3 technology and NFTs at Miami Art Week. From 2-3 p.m., contribute to a live collaborative canvas that will be auctioned or gifted at the end of the event. As the panels conclude at 3 p.m., the rhythm picks up with DJ Jadyn Violet, and the spotlight turns to the terrace for a fashion show curated by David McConnell featuring designers Mikey Moon and DLOVE. Following the fashion spectacle, enjoy music and live body painting by Miami-based artist Raydamagic Monk on the terrace from 5:30 p.m. to midnight. The Art Week programming continues on Saturday, December 9, with live body painting from 1-2 p.m., an interactive paint-by-numbers mural near the pool bar from 4-11 p.m., a breakdancing exhibition featuring the dance crew iPhlow on the pool deck from 7-8 p.m., and a DJ spinning house vibes from 8 p.m. to midnight. The events are free and open to the public. Click HERE to RSVP.

Iconic Sagamore Brunch – Saturday, December 9

Sagamore South Beach, 1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

For more than two decades, Sagamore Hotel South Beach has offered the gold standard in the annual Miami Beach Art Week experience, but it’s the hotel’s iconic ART Brunch that really steals the show. This year, the 22nd annual poolside ART Brunch takes place on Saturday, December 9. As one of the most sought-after invites of the year, the epic event brings together the who’s who of the art community, welcoming hundreds of industry leaders spanning art, entertainment and social media for an alfresco afternoon of art, food, drink and surprise performances. For tickets and more information, click HERE.

The Elser Hotel Lady Buggies Transportation – Friday, December 8 & Saturday, December 9

The Elser Hotel, 398 NE Fifth St., Miami, FL 33132

On December 8 and 9, The Elser Hotel is partnering with The Lady Buggies to offer their residents and guests free transportation between the hotel and various Art Week events in Downtown Miami and Wynwood in street-legal, fully electric art cars designed by artist Yarrow Mazzetti. For more information, or to book a room at The Elser, visit theelserhotel.com.

Reyna Noriega x Nautilus Sonesta Miami Beach – Presented by nAscent Art New York Inc. Closing Event – Sunday, December 10

Nautilus Sonesta Miami Beach Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

Afro-Latina visual artist, painter and author Reyna Noriega, who has dedicated her life’s work to celebrating women of color, along with Nautilus Sonesta Miami Beach and nAscent Art New York, will be hosting a panel and poetry reading-inspired event in celebration of Reyna Noriega x Nautilus Sonesta Miami Beach multimedia and multidimensional artwork installation presented by nAscent Art New York. The immersive, full-scope installation explores Noriega’s vibrant heritage and identity as a female Cuban-American Miami native as it intersects with her culture and journey as an artist. Guests can attend the closing event – which is free and open to the public – at the Nautilus Salon & Nautilus Backyard on Sunday, December 10, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information or to RSVP, click HERE.

Bubbles & Pinch Pots with Sarah Glass Ceramics – Sunday, December 10

The Balfour Hotel, 350 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Discover your creative side as you spend a memorable afternoon in The Balfour Hotel’s charming courtyard. With a glass of bubbly in hand, you can craft your own pottery masterpieces under the guidance of skilled instructor Sarah Glass. Immerse yourself in the world of pottery, savor The Balfour’s delectable food and beverage offerings, and create lasting memories. Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to unleash your creativity and indulge your taste buds! The event takes place on Sunday, December 10, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Buy your tickets HERE.

Local Art Club at The Gates Hotel South Beach – Sunday, December 10

2360 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

To close out Miami Art Week programming, The Gates Hotel South Beach will host its monthly Local Art Club presented by Group Spin Entertainment on the rooftop plunge deck overlooking iconic Collins Avenue. Guests can expect a creative blend of local artist exhibitions, a live arts show, body painting, arts and crafts vendors, and more. Vibe to groovy beats by DJ Silvio Rodrigues and special guest DJs Menta, Bryan Peroni and Ariel Armandi. The event – which is free and open to the public – will take place on Sunday, December 10, from 6-10 p.m. For more information or to RSVP, click HERE.

Miami Beach Holiday Festival of Lights – December 1-23

Lincoln Road, The Gabriel South Beach & The Betsy Hotel

This holiday season, locals and visitors alike can experience a series of dazzling spectaculars of music and light as the Miami Beach Holiday Festival of Lights takes to South Beach December 1-23, 2023. Presented by the Miami Beach Classical Music Festival (MMF), a nonprofit dedicated to providing affordable, world-class musical instruction and groundbreaking performance experiences to young artists and the South Florida community, these first-of-their-kind live musical performances will feature cutting-edge projection-mapping technology where intricate lighting designs and captivating visuals overlap, turning some of South Beach’s most iconic building façades into interactive exhibits with vibrant imagery. Every surface during these awe-inspiring productions will become a living canvas as the projections play off the buildings’ various shapes and textures in perfect unison with the rhythm of the music. The family-friendly performances will take place over three weekends at three South Beach locations: 

  • Lincoln Road’s Euclid Oval: Dec. 1 & 2 at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.
    • Attendees can expect beloved holiday characters, including Santa Claus, the Grinch and Elsa; snow for kids to play with; a live orchestra; and more. Click HERE to RSVP. 
  • The Gabriel South Beach: Dec. 15 & 16 at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.
    • Watch in awe as the projection-mapping visuals span all buildings of the hotel.
  • The Betsy Hotel: Dec. 22 & 23 at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.
    • Enjoy a captivating holiday show featuring a blend of music, lights and projection mapping. 

All performances are free and open to the public to attend.


Sagamore South Beach – The Digital Canvas: Unleashing AI in Art

Sagamore South Beach, 1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

For more than two decades, Sagamore South Beach has offered the gold standard in the annual Miami Art Week experience, and this year, the hotel is raising its own bar. Fusing traditional art with immersive Web3, AI and Bitcoin, the Sagamore has partnered with Nolcha Shows, the award-winning Web3 experiential series focused on promoting cutting-edge and innovative artistry, to bring to life this year’s theme: The Digital Canvas: Unleashing AI in Art. Nolcha and Gamma.io, a trailblazer in the Bitcoin NFT space, are curating the artwork throughout the property, including mixed media, physical paintings, digital projections and more. Participating artists include AI digital artist Jenni Pasanen with digital art collective NUMB3R xA, actors Vincent D’Onofrio and Laurence Fuller (presenting a triptych of poetic cinematic fine art through AI), Alex Alpert, Otha “Vakseen” Davis III, Waxbones, Johnathan Schultz, Resaang, Tyler Foust and more. The exhibitions are free and open to the public through Sunday, December 10. 

ARTECHOUSE – “Future Sketches / Code Poems”

736 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

ARTECHOUSE, a pioneer in innovative, experiential art and the leading contemporary art space dedicated exclusively to technology-based art, is doing a collaboration and digital art exhibition in Miami Beach titled “Future Sketches / Code Poems” by renowned artist, researcher and educator Zach Lieberman. The exhibition marks the next chapter in Lieberman’s journey, exploring the poetry in computation and pushing the boundaries of creative coding as an expressive medium. Through a series of installations, Lieberman and his MIT Media Lab students encourage visitors to let their boundless imaginations take the lead when it comes to modern technology. “Future Sketches / Code Poems” serves as a love letter to the fields of animation, interaction and computation, celebrating the convergence of art and technology. ARTECHOUSE will host a VIP and media preview on December 5 from 10 a.m. to noon. To RSVP, email rachel@thedanaagency.com. The exhibition will open to the public December 6, 2023, through May 2024. General admission tickets start at $25 for adults, $17 for children ages 4-15, and free for children under 4. Florida residents save $5 off admission tickets Monday-Friday (proof of residency required). For tickets and more information, visit artechouse.com

Lincoln Road – R-Evolution™ by Marco Cochrane 

400 Block of Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Lincoln Road presents “R-Evolution™,” a monumental 45-foot-tall, 32,000-pound kinetic sculpture by Marco Cochrane, the artist behind monumental sculptures seen at the Smithsonian Art Museum and the $4.3 billion Resorts World Las Vegas. The towering female sculpture, which first debuted at Burning Man, will make its East Coast debut on Lincoln Road on November 14. “R-Evolution” will glow in the sun and illuminate at night. Symbolizing feminine strength and liberation, “R-Evolution” will be displayed on the 400 Block of Lincoln Road from November 14 through April 2024. Cochrane will host an exclusive pop-up shop from December 5-8 displaying photographs of his most notable works, including Burning Man sculptures and other art, at 420 Lincoln Road.



The Balfour Hotel

350 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139 | 305.538.1055

Formerly known as The Lord Balfour Hotel, The Balfour Hotel is a charming, historic art deco property with 82 guest rooms and suites spread out over two buildings connected by an enchanting courtyard. It was designed in 1940 by Anton Skislewicz (an important architect in Miami Beach’s art deco movement) and continues to cater to design-conscious visitors with a unique style and timeless appeal. An elevated plunge pool with an underwater window provides the perfect Instagram shot of swimmers behind the glass wall. Terra-cotta mosaic tiles, chaise lounges and rattan lounge seating invite guests to sunbathe and enjoy seasonal refreshers.

The Gabriel South Beach

640 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139 | 305.685.2000

The Gabriel South Beach is a boutique property centrally located on Ocean Drive directly across from South Beach. The 132-room hotel comprises four buildings and blends midcentury modernism with quintessential Floridian style, creating an oasis-like vibe. The Gabriel South Beach embodies the chic flair of Miami’s Art Deco District through immersive atmospheres and a 21st-century reimagination. Featuring a lush landscape, the courtyard pool adjacent to the hotel’s outdoor eatery offers a tranquil retreat in the midst of a bustling city. Guests can also lounge by the showstopping glass-bottom pool situated six stories above the open atrium. Rooftop yoga classes are offered throughout the week, while a fitness center provides free weights and cardio equipment. The hotel’s Floridita Building features a 30-foot-tall mural by French-born, Los Angeles-based street artist Mr. Brainwash. 

The Gates Hotel South Beach

2360 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139 | 305.860.9444

The Gates Hotel South Beach is a tranquil retreat located along the Indian Creek Canal on beautiful Collins Avenue in the heart of Miami Beach, where the timeless allure of South Beach meets a sanctuary for wellness and sustainability enthusiasts. The 235-room hotel is an oasis of luxury, relaxation and leisure, with an expansive midcentury-modern lobby juxtaposed with art deco-inspired architecture. The hotel offers locals and discerning travelers an immersive Miami Beach experience with pristine beach access and programming catered to those who appreciate art, culture, design and self-care. A partnership with K’Alma Spa offers massages and wellness treatments in-room or on the hotel’s third-floor Plunge Deck. The expansive first-floor deck overlooks the hotel’s pool and the Collins Waterway with custom double-sided cabanas perfect for guests to relax under the sun. Steps from the hotel are cultural destinations such as Lincoln Road, the Bass Museum, the Miami Beach Convention Center and the area’s best dining, shopping, nightlife and entertainment. 

Sagamore South Beach 

1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139 | 305.535.8088

Sagamore South Beach, the historic art deco hotel known for its year-round art programming and museum-quality exhibitions, has been a destination for locals and tourists alike since the Art Deco District was created in the 1940s. The iconic hotel offers deluxe accommodations, an array of amenities and a unique glimpse into the art culture that embodies the very essence of the property. The 101-room hotel, with ample suites, boasts some of the largest standard rooms in the area. The oceanfront boutique hotel is surrounded by history, culture and the city’s trendiest restaurants, shopping and nightlife, creating the ultimate setting for the ongoing #SagamoreIsArt series, a multicultural selling platform that supports and builds partnerships with local and international organizations to promote the growth of everything art-related.


The Elser Hotel Miami 

398 NE Fifth St., Miami, FL 33132 | 833.228.1576

The Elser Hotel & Residences is a 49-story luxury tower in Downtown Miami featuring 646 residential-style rooms, all with floor-to-ceiling windows, unobstructed bay views, walkout balconies, luxurious bathrooms, fully equipped kitchens, and washers and dryers. Amenities include a 19,000-square-foot rooftop pool deck and event lawn overlooking Biscayne Bay; a 132-foot resort-style pool with a 16-foot LED screen, private lounge areas and a full bar; a massive hot tub offering panoramic views; co-working and meeting spaces; and a two-level gym that rivals any private fitness facility. Guests can enjoy an extravagant voyage by booking the “Seas the Day” experience with Spectre Sea (starting at $5,000), featuring luxe suite accommodations, curated culinary experiences, a four-hour private charter on a deluxe vessel and champagne breakfast in bed.

The Gabriel Miami Downtown

1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132 | 786.577.9700

The Gabriel Miami Downtown is a 129-room lifestyle hotel in Downtown Miami offering spacious and stylish rooms and suites with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, perfect for watching the sunrise over the Miami skyline. The Gabriel boasts two pools on the 14th-floor pool deck: a serene resort-style pool and an infinity lap pool with sublime views of the Intracoastal, Miami Beach, PortMiami and Biscayne Bay. Centrally located near multiple cultural institutions and museums, The Gabriel Miami is an ideal gathering place for open interaction and enlightened conversations. The hotel also features three restaurants: Gabriel Restaurant, open for breakfast; Bella’s Bar for poolside lunch; and GBar (dinner only), a vibrant and expansive restaurant splashed with green and navy tones for an earthy ambiance.


THesis Hotel Miami 

1350 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, FL 33146 | 305.667.5611

Landing on the New York Times’ “36 Hours in Miami” guide, THesis Hotel Miami is a modern property that serves as a cultural hub in Coral Gables with 245 contemporary guest rooms and suites in a strikingly designed building. Amenities include a sun-filled rooftop pool with tropical views, a poolside bar perfect for soaking up the sun and two on-site restaurants, Mamey and Orno, led by Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef of 2020” and James Beard nominee Niven Patel. With a robust year-round calendar of programming and events – all open to the public – THesis is not only a hotel but a destination where curious, like-minded individuals exchange ideas, celebrate art, discover new cultural experiences and engage with the community. 


Arlo Wynwood

2217 NW Miami Court, Miami, FL 33127 | 786.522.6600

Opened in November 2022, Arlo Wynwood is the first-ever hotel in Miami’s preeminent creative and cultural district, home to the largest concentration of street art in the world. The lifestyle-driven 217-room boutique hotel serves as the cultural hub for residents and visitors while offering prime access to the best of the region. Designed by Meyer Davis, an award-winning firm at the forefront of global, upscale commercial design, Arlo Wynwood draws on the neighborhood’s bold and curated artistic nature while embracing an eclectic industrial aesthetic where organic meets modern. Arlo Wynwood has an all-star culinary team led by award-winning James Beard alum Chef Brad Kilgore. The hotel also has more than 250 works of art throughout the property and offers guests multiple complimentary wellness activities and live music programming.



Mehzcla at The Balfour Hotel

350 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139 | 305.538.1055

Located at The Balfour Hotel in Miami Beach, Mehzcla serves a daily brunch and dinner menu that combines Latin recipes and ingredients in tribute to the hotel’s heritage. A nod to Latin America is found throughout the restaurant’s design: Diners enter through a wrap-around terrace with ample outdoor seating overlooking scenic Ocean Drive. The dining room is centered around the historic building’s original marble fireplace, terrazzo flooring and an inviting lobby bar featuring a classic, well-crafted cocktail program. Serving as the hotel’s social hub, the space celebrates Miami’s diverse cultural scene with its plush rattan furniture, pops of tropical prints and warm hues.


G Bar at The Gabriel Miami

1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132 | 786.577.9700

Located on the first floor of The Gabriel Miami, G Bar is an expansive restaurant splashed with green and navy tones for an earthy ambiance. Upon entry, guests are greeted by a vibrant column of green mosaic tiles, with the rectangular bar right behind it adorned with navy blue wood panels and plush leather stools. G Bar features telescopic sliding doors that open to a covered terrace, allowing for open-air dining. The menu includes shareable plates, flatbreads, sandwiches, entrées, desserts and a wide selection of craft cocktails. 

Teatro at the Adrienne Arsht Center

Ziff Ballet Opera House, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132 | 305.949.6722

This Miami Art Week, the Adrienne Arsht Center will kick off its Broadway series with Pretty Woman, based on one of Hollywood’s most beloved romantic stories. The production springs to life thanks to a powerhouse creative team led by two-time Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell. Pair the show with dinner at Teatro, the new restaurant on the second floor of the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Ziff Ballet Opera House. It is the ultimate location for pre-show meals and celebrations. The striking 2,500-square-foot dining room, designed by Johanna Dilone, creative director of Miami’s prestigious Gilded Group Decor, sets the stage for an immersive dining experience. The restaurant offers a provocative and avant-garde ambiance with a rich red color palette, a nod to the curtains on theater stages. The chef-driven culinary concept features a New American menu from Executive Chef Jose Danger with creative European and Latin influences. The prix-fixe menu includes a choice of one appetizer and entrée or one entrée and dessert, along with a tempting lineup of sides and à la carte offerings.

Verde at PAMM

1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132 | 305.375.3000

Every year during Miami Art Week, Pérez Art Museum Miami puts on quite a show with immersive art exhibitions and events. This year, the museum will unveil a special program by Gary Simmons entitled “Public Enemy.” Guests can dine alongside the collections at Verde, the museum’s on-site restaurant that offers sweeping views of Biscayne Bay and boasts an elevated menu of seasonal-inspired dishes with locally sourced produce. The modern-casual restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating, featuring an expansive terrace with lush vegetation cascading from the canopy’s overhang. The patio, which leads to the entrance to the museum’s sculpture garden and Maurice A. Ferré Park, is a scenic outdoor experience for diners looking to bask in the South Florida weather and immerse themselves in the city’s cultural offerings and views of Downtown Miami. 


Mamey at THesis Hotel Miami 

1350 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, FL 33146 | 305.266.2639

Landing on the New York Times’ list of the “50 Best Restaurants in America for 2022” and “36 Hours in Miami” guide, Mamey is an island-inspired restaurant by James Beard Award nominee and Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef of 2020” Niven Patel. Located inside THesis Hotel Miami, Mamey is inspired by Chef Niven’s travels throughout Asia, French Polynesia and the Caribbean and showcases the exotic flavors and spices commonly found in the islands. Like all of Chef Niven’s endeavors, Mamey features locally grown produce, most of which is sourced from his own farm, Rancho Patel, in Homestead, Florida. Mamey’s seasonal offerings are complemented by fun, innovative cocktails that transport guests to the tropics. Draping leaves, rich textures, warm woods and tropical artwork create a relaxed yet exciting atmosphere.

Orno at THesis Hotel Miami

1350 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, FL 33146 | 305.667.6766

Located inside THesis Hotel Miami in Coral Gables, Orno is a modern restaurant with an open-kitchen concept helmed by five-time James Beard Award nominee and Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef of 2020” Niven Patel. Also named “Best New Restaurant” by Miami New Times, Orno offers guests a true farm-to-table experience using locally sourced ingredients from Chef Patel’s very own farm, Rancho Patel. The menu consists of New American cuisine featuring the finest selection of meats and seafood. Wood-fired culinary creations are complemented by specialty cocktails inspired by literary classics, which can be enjoyed in the main dining room or The Library, Orno’s hideaway lounge and private dining room.

Mamey on 3rd at THesis Hotel Miami

1350 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, FL 33146 | 305.266.2639

Mamey on 3rd is an island-minded oasis by Chef Niven Patel serving daily happy hour, flavorful bites and live music. This vibrant rooftop extension of Mamey is a tropical retreat on the third floor of THesis Hotel Miami and one of Coral Gables’ best hidden gems.


Italica Midtown

3201 NE First Ave., Miami, FL 33137 | 786.688.8688

Italica Midtown adds a modern, colorful twist to traditional Italian cuisine. The vibrant exterior features a pet-friendly patio and stunning views of the customized spritz bar, where dozens of bottles of Aperol line the walls. Helmed by Chef Pablo Latif, the flavor-forward menu features Mediterranean-inspired pasta, risotto, seafood, gourmet pizza and more, such as the Gnocchi Ragu or Risotto E Scampi, or the Chef’s Choice Mortadella E Carciofi pizza pie. Stop by for lunch specials on weekdays from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Happy hour is daily from 4-7 p.m. with $8 bites and cocktails, while weekend brunch (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) includes 2-for-1 cocktails, $25 bottomless prosecco and live entertainment. 

Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar

3201 Buena Vista Blvd., Miami, FL 33127 | 786.510.0075

For Miami Art Week, Midtown Miami’s Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar – the local hot spot best known for its Nikkei sushi bar, diverse cocktail selection and global fusion – presents “Negroni Art Week,” packed with exclusive food specials; live paintings from local artists Medusa Correa, Kyle LeBlanc and Dave Lavernia; live DJs; and multiple event collaborations, including one with NYC production Family Reunions, which will present “Time Together” for its first time in Miami. The restaurant is also partnering with talented local artist Augusto Falopapas to transform Negroni Midtown into a dynamic art installation. Falopapas will display some of his best pieces in a VIP room, where visitors can purchase his work or snap memorable photos. All Negroni Art Week parties are free when you RSVP directly to matteo@negronimiami.com. For updates, stay tuned on Negroni Midtown’s Instagram.


Higher Ground at Arlo Wynwood

2217 NW Miami Court, Miami, FL 33127 | 786.522.6600

Higher Ground at Arlo Wynwood is Wynwood’s go-to bar for affordable American eats, beers and cocktails set in a lush, foliage-framed courtyard on the boutique hotel’s third floor. The spacious yet cozy indoor-outdoor spot, open to guests and the public, serves a quaint yet tasteful menu ideal for hanging out with a crew in a friendly ambiance. Local beers include the Miami-made Radiate Naked Kombucha or the Single In Havana, a guava ale from Boca Raton’s Barrel of Monks Brewery. For something a bit fancier, sip fruit rosés or tropical cocktails paired with familiar bites like stone-oven pizzas and handhelds. Come during the day for scenic views of Wynwood or at night for the colorful lights illuminating the courtyard. The urban park also features weekly activations such as live jazz and $7 empanada specials on Fridays from 7-10 p.m. and 20% off the entire check on Mondays with all-day happy hour. 

MaryGold’s by Brad Kilgore at Arlo Wynwood

2217 NW Miami Court, Miami, FL 33127 |786.522.6600

Located on the ground floor of Arlo Wynwood, MaryGold’s by Brad Kilgore is a modern dining space from renowned Chef Brad Kilgore. Open to hotel guests and the public, MaryGold’s is a love letter to Wynwood, highlighting the heart of the artsy district with flavors that pull from the French tradition of the brasserie concept. Just in time for Art Week, Kilgore has refreshed the menu with fall favorites and new culinary creations. Taste the Honeynut Squash, roasted with buttery smoked pecan praline and glazed with pumpkin seed dukkah, an Egyptian blend of fragrant herbs, nuts and spices. The Baked Florida is a must-try dessert, flambéed in blue flames for a one-of-a-kind presentation. And, this winter, Kilgore’s famous Soft Egg is making a long-awaited return. It’s his most quintessential dish, according to Food & Wine, originating from his other hit Miami restaurant, Alter. MaryGold’s is open for dinner starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday and for happy hour at the bar at 5 p.m.

Uchi Miami

252 NE 25th St., Miami, FL 33127 | 305.995.0915

Japanese for “home,” Uchi is Hai Hospitality’s award-winning flagship restaurant, named after the little red house where Chef Tyson Cole introduced his nontraditional take on elevated Japanese cuisine to Austin, Texas, in 2003. Uchi strikes a delicate balance between elevated food and impeccable service alongside a welcoming and homey atmosphere. The Wynwood location, which opened in 2021, features a range of textures, flavors and warmth inspired by Miami’s vibrant culture and energy. The menu (updated daily) consists of hot and cool tastings, sushi and sashimi, makimono, yakimono, tempura, and a changing omakase based on seasonal items. Dine-in, takeout and private dining are available. Come for happy hour from 5-6:30 p.m. to enjoy discounted tastings and omakase, 50% off sparkling wines and champagnes, and a taste of the exemplary beverage options, such as the popular Uchi Gin & Tonic with yuzu or Fujiyama with green tea vodka. Art Week guests looking to experience Uchi Miami’s artful elegance can visit daily from 5-11 p.m.


Pinstripes Aventura

Esplanade at Aventura, 19505 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 3290, Miami, FL 33180

Pinstripes, a leading experiential dining and entertainment brand, has recently opened its first Florida location at the Esplanade at Aventura. Occupying 300,000 square feet across two floors, this expansive Italian-American bistro seamlessly blends chef-driven dining with the excitement of bowling and bocce, offering a distinctive experiential destination. The ground-floor “bistro” serves as the hub for an elevated culinary experience, featuring an extensive Italian-American menu with enticing seasonal entrées and craft cocktails, all within an ambiance complemented by an eclectic display of abstract art specifically crafted to reflect Miami’s vibrant culture. Restaurant-style seating provides flexibility for guests to enjoy their meals at booths, tables surrounding the bar, or in front of big-screen TVs airing major sporting events on the expansive rooftop patio. Pinstripes Aventura boasts 12 bowling lanes, five indoor and outdoor bocce courts, a thoughtfully curated wine cellar, and a spacious private event area featuring a dynamic ballroom suitable for 20 to 1,500 people. 

JOEY Aventura 

Esplanade at Aventura, 19505 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33180

Introducing JOEY Aventura, the highly anticipated first Florida location of the renowned restaurant group. Nestled in the vibrant heart of Miami’s Esplanade at Aventura, this modern dining oasis exudes sophistication while maintaining a relaxed ambiance. Featuring a team of award-winning chefs, JOEY Aventura offers a globally inspired menu that caters to diverse palates. From fire-torched sushi and premium steaks to comforting bowls and handhelds, the culinary journey at JOEY knows no bounds. Complementing the delectable fare is a vibrant bar menu boasting an array of handcrafted cocktails and a carefully curated wine selection. With JOEY’s unwavering commitment to locally sourced ingredients and globally inspired flavors, patrons can expect exceptional food, a lively ambiance and outstanding hospitality.


Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Situated in the heart of Miami Beach, the Lincoln Road District is a premier retail, lifestyle and cultural destination that is home to about 200 restaurants and shops, entertainment, and arts and cultural offerings. Lincoln Road ranked as the most-visited open-air destination in South Florida, with over 8 million visits in 2021. Affectionately referred to by some as “Miami’s living room,” there is nothing as quintessentially Miami Beach as Lincoln Road. Fair attendees can take a break from the art at any of Lincoln Road’s alfresco cafes, which are surrounded by lush gardens and vegetation and renowned MiMo architecture by famed architect Morris Lapidus. Along the eight blocks, visitors may stumble upon Lincoln Road’s newest art installation, “R-Evolution™,” a 45-foot-tall kinetic nude female sculpture by Marco Cochrane that debuted at Burning Man in 2015.

Adriana Hoyos

2725 Salzedo St., Coral Gables, FL 33134

Luxury international furniture brand and interior design studio ADRIANA HOYOS is opening its new design atelier in Miami’s upscale Coral Gables suburb on November 8. With dealers and showrooms in 17 countries, this location represents a new way to shop with fully customizable furniture selections, personalized, hospitality-driven service and expert in-house design advising. The design atelier will also offer the innovative “Customizer Tool,” a state-of-the-art technology that allows clients to work with in-house ADRIANA HOYOS Design Studio designers to tailor furniture pieces to any specification, fabric or finishing they choose.