Klima Restaurant and Bar, a restaurant inspired by cuisine from the Mediterranean and Barcelona, is set to open in November at 210 23rd Street in Miami Beach. The 7,700-square-foot venue, formerly home to Tosca, Eden, and Talula, has been completely redesigned to feature a ground floor restaurant and bar and a second floor members-only club, scheduled to open in spring 2015.
|All photos courtesy of Klima|
|Rendering of Klima's patio.|
The main dining area is floored in natural oak, complimented by white oak furnishings. A lounge area will offer chairs and sofas to relax in.
The restaurant is owned by a team of international co-founders including Pablo Fernández-Valdés and Yago Giner in Barcelona, and Albert Ventura, who is the gastronomic advisor for Klima. Ventura currently owns several restaurants in Barcelona including Restaurant Coure and the recently opened El Cercle. Helming the kitchen is David Rustarazo, a Spanish native who has been tapped as executive chef.
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