Juvia, the longtime Miami Beach restaurant known for its expansive outdoor patio and Miami skyline views, has shuttered its doors. The restaurant closed for business on Thursday, August 31.
The closure, however, is not permanent. Instead, the iconic South Beach establishment set on Lincoln Road has announced that it will relocate to Miami Worldcenter, the $6 billion, 27-acre mixed-use development currently underway in downtown Miami.
Adding Juvia to the Miami Worldcenter culinary roster builds on the development’s already operating food and beverage offerings, including three concepts by Ariete Hospitality Group’s chef Michael Beltran with Brasserie Laurel, Chug’s Express, and El Vecino Cigar & Cocktail Bar. A permanent Miami Museum of Ice Cream is also slated to join the development.