Moxy South Beach to Open Six Concepts from Coyo Taco and 1-800-Lucky

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Opening Early 2021, Miami’s Celebrated Restaurateurs are Launching Innovative Concepts with Moxy South Beach Developer, Lightstone, for Highly-Anticipated Hotel Launch
Lightstone, the developers behind three award-winning Moxy hotels in New York City announced today the partnership with the Miami restaurateurs behind the uber-popular Coyo Taco and 1-800-Lucky for January’s highly anticipated opening of Moxy South Beach.
Debuting early 2021 will be six new and exclusive dining and drinking concepts, drawing on Mexican, Caribbean, Mediterranean, and American flavors.  The new restaurants and bars include:
Como Como, a marisquería (seafood) restaurant and raw bar
Mezcalista, a sexy mezcal lounge
Serena, an open-air rooftop restaurant and bar serving hand-crafted cocktails and seasonal dishes
Los Buenos, an all-day taco stand/bodega in the lobby
Bar Moxy, which does double duty as a social hub and contactless check-in area
The Upside, a rooftop bar on the eighth floor with panoramic Miami Beach views, exclusively for hotel guests and private events.
“Miami offers such a rich vein of experiences that can only be found there,” says Mitchell Hochberg, Lightstone’s president. “Everything in Miami — the food, the art, the fashion, the nightlife — reflect the city’s diversity. We knew that in order to create restaurants and bars that attract a real intermingling of guests and locals, we would need to work with a partner that embraced the city’s colorful personality. We’re excited to partner with one of Miami’s most popular and successful restauranteurs to create concepts that are both innovative and authentically Miami.”
About Moxy South Beach
A stylish and playful celebration of Miami’s cosmopolitan culture, Moxy South Beach marks a new chapter for hospitality in Miami Beach. The first resort property for the Moxy brand, the 202-room, newly built eight-story hotel is located steps from the sand on Washington Avenue. It offers the dining, drinking, lounging, and co-working options that modern, design-focused travelers crave — all at an affordable price. Hotel interiors by Rockwell Group and restaurant and bar interiors by Saladino Design Studio mix the glamour of midcentury Havana, the sophistication of contemporary Mexico City, and a tropical vibrancy that’s unmistakably Miami. To learn more visit  www.moxysouthbeach.com

Zulma Torres

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