Perched atop the Herzog & de Meuron parking garage on Lincoln Road, this modern rooftop stunner serves a global menu featuring Japanese, French, and Peruvian cooking in an unparalleled setting with panoramic views of the South Beach skyline.
“This sultry South American with French and Japanese heritage atop Lincoln Road’s sexy Herzog & de Meuron parking garage is the season’s it girl… Must orders include the Tuna Poke, the causa croquet (with tuna, Peruvian potato, ají amarillo, red onion topped with micro cilantro), the Salmon Nashi (truffle oil, dry miso, micro arugula) and the chocolate Unagi (Causa, chocolate eel sauce). Their version of the wedge salad was plenty for sharing, crisp and tasty with a mix of figs and tomatoes. The presentation was dramatic. The ribeye was a solid choice for entree, along with the ping-pong ball sized scallops (black trumpet, yellow chanterelles, garlic chips). Cocktails are highlighted by the must-order Purple Rain (made with Grey Goose, chicha morada, a type of Purple Peruvian corn, and fresh lemon sour) and the equally as good rum-based Flamingo.” – Miami Herald
“A cold bar serves oysters, stone crabs, king crab legs, and so forth, with each pristine shellfish accompanied by a choice of bright and distinctive dipping sauce (wasabi cocktail sauce, mustard oil dressing, creamy aji amarillo, etc.). Crudos, tiraditos, ceviches, and nigiri-style plates likewise showcase lusciously fresh fish … Main plates are split between composed entrées and those grilled in a straightforward manner over diamond-hard binchotan coal (a Japanese charcoal that burns long and nearly smokeless). The latter group includes a beef tenderloin that proved the stuff of dreams: assertively grilled, meltingly tender, deliriously juicy, and thoroughly delicious.” – Miami New times
Stunning and chic, the indoor-outdoor space is both upscale and comfortable, and takes full advantage of the sweeping views its rooftop perch affords. Terrace seating is a year-round venture thanks to a retractable roof, the beauty of the natural surrounds emphasized by a large Patrick Blanc-designed vertical garden. Inside, a palette of creams, deep purple accents, and distressed woods lends a beachy feel. There’s an open kitchen, back-lit amethyst gemstone-topped bar, another vertical garden, and, naturally, floor to ceiling windows to capture the views.
Juvia is the Brazilian name for the lofty myrtaceous tree, which produces the large seeds known as Brazil nuts.
1111 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139