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Food is the number one ingredient for any celebration and for the World Polo League’s Beach Polo World Cup, we’ve got decadent cuisine and sprits lined up for you. Miami Beach takes the world’s oldest team sport to the next level of luxury from April 29 to May 1. Make sure to check out our roster of nearby establishments to get the full exquisite experience.

Fratelli La Bufala

Fratelli La Bufala brings the flavor from the cobblestone streets of Naples to the beaches of Miami. Known as the very first Neapolitan Pizzeria in Miami, Fratelli La Buffalo was established in Miami Beach’s historic SoFi neighborhood in 2005. With plenty to choose from, their endless menu of pastas, pizzas, and more will fill up your plate to satisfaction. Their pizzas are all made with fresh mozzarella with a choice of many toppings including artichoke hearts, ham, roasted potatoes, sausage and more. Their pasta list includes a large variety from Lasagna and Gnocchi to Bucatini all Carbonara and Linguine ai Gamberi. As a tribute to their roots, Fratelli La Bufala serves fresh espresso following your meal. They’re open Monday though Thursday from 12-11:30pm and Friday through Sunday from 12pm to 12am.

Location: 437 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Contact: 305-532-0700
Website: FLBMiami.com
Follow:@fratellilabufala_miami

Verde at the Pérez Art Museum

Pérez Art Museum’s modern, casual restaurant Verde features both indoor and outdoor seating with panoramic views of Biscayne bay. Verde leads out onto the entrance to Museum Park, an immersive outdoor dining experience amongst the museums sculpture garden and scenic views of Downtown Miami.

Location: 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 inside the Pérez Art Museum Miami
Contact: 305-532-0700
Website: Pam-dining.com
Follow:@verdemiami

Lincoln Eatery

Miami Beach’s first food hall, known has The Lincoln Eatery, houses a varied selection of 13 unique dining and drinking experiences amongst a large assortment of global cultures. You can pop in for a quick bite, lively programming and events, a meeting spot for a drink and mingling, or WFLE (work from Lincoln Eatery). Many of the vendors are new to the market delivering homegrown made-in-Miami options with first time brick and mortar retail locations.

Location: 723 N Lincoln Lane, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Website: LincolnEatery.com
Follow:@lincolneatery

Mehzcla

Mehzcla is located at the Balfour Hotel and offers a diverse Latin American culinary experience, unifying all of the influences found throughout the hotel. Mehzcla serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a menu combination of Latin ingredients and recipes. The design of Mehzla is a tribute to Latin America, featuring a wrap-around terrace with outdoor seating, overlooking scene Ocean Drive. The dining room was build around the building’s historic marble fireplace, terrazzo flooring and a classic, and a well-crafted cocktail bar. Mehzcla is the social hub of the hotel and is curated in celebration of Miami’s diverse cultural experience. Mehzcla also highlights local art from emerging talent in South Florida art schools amongst luxurious rattan furniture, pops of tropical prints, and warm hues.

Location: 50 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
Website: MehzclaSouthBeach.com
Follow:@mehzcla

Kosushi

Known for its contemporary twist on authentic traditional Japanese cuisine with Brazilian flavors, Kosushi Miami was created by 5x Michelin Sir Award-Winning Chef George Koshoji. Kosushi is located in Miami Beach’s luxurious South of Fifth neighborhood. They are known for their small cold or hot dishes that are packed with flavor including King Crab Truffle and steaming Wagyu Gyoza. Built for sushi lovers, their centerpiece sushi bar provides an inside look into their excellent sushi craftsmanship. Brazilian mixologist Márcio Silva has perfected their drink selection featuring drinks like “Shokobutsuen” (Gin, fresh lemon juice, basil, cucumber, mint and organic sugar syrup), as well as a curated list of wines and sakes fit for every flavor palette.

Location: 801 South Pointe Dr Unit# 105, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Website: KosushiMiami.com
Follow:@kosushi_miami

Villa Azur

Known for its contemporary twist on authentic traditional Japanese cuisine with Brazilian flavors, Kosushi Miami was created by 5x Michelin Sir Award-Winning Chef George Koshoji. Kosushi is located in Miami Beach’s luxurious South of Fifth neighborhood. They are known for their small cold or hot dishes that are packed with flavor including King Crab Truffle and steaming Wagyu Gyoza. Built for sushi lovers, their centerpiece sushi bar provides an inside look into their excellent sushi craftsmanship. Brazilian mixologist Márcio Silva has perfected their drink selection featuring drinks like “Shokobutsuen” (Gin, fresh lemon juice, basil, cucumber, mint and organic sugar syrup), as well as a curated list of wines and sakes fit for every flavor palette.

Location: 801 South Pointe Dr Unit# 105, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Website: KosushiMiami.com
Follow:@kosushi_miami

David's Cafecito

For over 40 years, David’s Cafecito has been a Miami Beach staple for coffee and authentic Miami cuisine. This go-to Cuban coffee spot offers cafe con leche, guava pastries, croquettes, and more. David’s Cafecito has remained an establishment since 1977, and is now owned by the Gonalez sons. David’s Cafecito is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Location: 1801 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139
Website: DavidsCafecito.com
Follow:@davidscafeworld

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