Wynwood Kitchen & Bar: A Closer Look Into the Artistic Eatery
Before the Goldmans took on the property, it was a 5,000 square-foot warehouse on the corner of NW Second Avenue and 36th Street. Goldman Properties has been interested in the potential of Wynwood for years. "It's a destination we're very committed to. As neighborhood revivalists, part of our job is to bring restaurants to communities that, in turn, bring people," says Goldman Srebnick. "We did it with Joey's. We're doing it with Wynwood Kitchen & Bar."
|Photo by Mia Nuñez|
|Tony Goldman & Jessica Goldman Srebnick of Goldman Properties.|
Painters Shepard Fairey and Christian Awe will see their murals become the focal point of the indoor decor, while an 11-foot tall sculpture of a multi-colored man, by David Benjamin Sherry, is sure to be an incredible conversation piece.
It will open just before Art Basel. "We hope that between us and Joey's, we can create a lot of energy and excitement in the neighborhood. I think we'll be able to do that," says Goldman Srebnick. "Hospitality is important to a neighborhood. When it thrives, it creates jobs. And Wynwood Kitchen & Bar will be creating an exciting environment for Wynwood and downtown."
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar
2550 NW Second Avenue, Miami