Want to hit up the newest businesses to open in Miami? From an award-winning gelato shop to music lounge to a thrift shop with a bar, read on for a list of the newest businesses to open for business near you.
Stefano Versace Gelato Bistro Cafe
A Brickell newcomer, Stefano Versace Gelato Bistro Cafe is a breakfast and brunch café and gelato shop located at 1300 Brickell Bay Drive, #CU2.
You'll find up to 20 gelato flavors, ranging from milk-based to sorbetto and seasonal flavors. Look out for Profumi di Siciliano (the Scent of Sicily), Stefano Versace's award-winning signature gelato, which combines organic ricotta cheese, organic almonds, cannoli, Sicilian pistachio and caramelized fruit.
The bistro side marks a new direction for the business, featuring lunch options like soups, salads, tostones and Angus sliders.
Stop by 2250 N.W. Second Ave. and you'll find Thedeck, a new music venue, lounge and cocktail bar.
This waterfront spot draws locals to unwind with handcrafted cocktails and Mediterranean fare after a long work week. Try its signature drinks like the Pink Paloma (tequila with fresh lime, grapefruit soda and a salt rim) and the Italian mule (Tuaca with fresh citrus and ginger beer).
It also boasts lively events like full moon parties, ladies' nights, mimosa Sundays and more. You can find out more about the upcoming schedule on its website.
Bon Gout BBQ
New to 99 N.W. 54th St. in the Little Haiti is Bon Gout BBQ, a spot to score barbecue and more.
Prepare your taste buds for some serious smoky, spicy and sweet eats; you'll find a variety of barbecued meats with accompanying sauces. T
ry the Griot (Haitian fried pork), which comes with banan peze (fried plantains) and rice or specials like chicken and cornbread waffles. For a well-rounded culinary experience, add sides like collard greens, baked beans and corn bread to your meal. (See the menu.)
Thrift Shop is a new bar and thrift store that's located at 28 N.E. 14th St.
One wall boasts a sign that reads, "Tell your boyfriend you went thrifting." Under one roof, you can score knickknacks and other vintage finds plus sip on specialty cocktails. The speakeasy bar area, with black leather couches and board games like Jenga and Connect 4, is accessible through a vintage curtain.