Grass Restaurant and Lounge (Reported Closed)

(305) 573-3355 | View Website

28 NE 40th St, Miami, FL | Directions   33137

25.813141 -80.194818

Restaurants, $$$$, Bar Scene  more

More Tags: Celeb Hangout, Date Spot, Fine Dining, Group Dining, Late Night Dining, Notable Chef, Outdoor Dining, People Watching, Romantic Dining, Special Occasion Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: North, Little Haiti


Reviews for Grass Restaurant and Lounge

over a year ago

Top Chef Miami is the new chef at grass – Have to say hats off to grass the new menu is amazing the menu explain the atmosphere top chef Micah Edelstien did it with her new menu at grass restaurant and lounge its sexy, fun , colorful and very tasteful. They are truly focusing on the cuisine and giving customer a nice time and a yummy meal.

Grass being the pioneer in resturants and lounge of the Miami design district lead the way to many more restaurant to come, like all good location its had it's up and down but it's safe to say it has change and its worth your time.

Cuisine is considered eclectic world fusion & organic from tapas style portion to amazing scallop dish, from elk meat balls, to bison steak and many dishes for the vegetarian in you, the variety of flavour are clean and you can't find that in must restaurant in Miami.

the location is local treat and wonderful find if you are visiting from out of town it is a Miami jewel. If you want to come for a romantic dinner or night out with your friends for some tasty treat and listen to some nice tunes, or book a luncheon , wedding etc ...think of grass.I am true supporter of local venue that are taking the time to care what customer want....grass keep on growing congrats

over a year ago

Food was fantastic!!! – My husband and I went to Grass this past weekend after I looking at the restaurants website. I liked the pictures and menu listed, so we decided to try it. Located in the Design District, so there weren't many people in the area. We were seated immediately...and the waiter came within minutes.

The food was spectacular!!! We love to eat out, and prefer smaller portions that taste great rather than huge portions that are mediocre.

Must tries: Specialty drink # 003, Sexy Nibblers...the prosciutto wrapped cheese, the little meat in potato cups, and the "cowboy" steak entree....DELICIOUS!!!

The price is a bit high, but well worth it. We will definitely return.

over a year ago

10.18.08 The King is Dead at Grass – -first time at the place.

-meter parking

-the door people were not to welcoming. we stood in front of them for about a minute. not too long, but there was nobody else at the door. i guess it was a prestige thing.

-most of the floor space is taken for the tables. it felt like in some large Italian dining room. all these groups of people were at their own tables and you might feel as you are the only tree in the desert.

-the back bar is only saver.

-there are few bartenders but only one actually moves. he got the tips!!

-the girl bartender is quite slow and not really responsive. she got less tips!!

-after everyone had finished up their meals, we noticed as the people begun to move closer to the dance floor.

-they have good down tempo housy music.

-ohh, the place is unique and is outside. so you get to dance under the moon.

-if i go there again, it will be after 12am.

over a year ago

Best Restaurant in Miami – I dined at Grass Restaurant with my girlfriends a few months ago and it was AMAZING!!! Everything from the drinks to the desserts was top notch. The service was fantastic as well, and the male staff were H.O.T. hot, hot, hot!!! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone. It's the perfect place for a date, or for a fun night out with friends. You won't be disappointed!

over a year ago

Unique. – After being away from Miami for several years it is nice to find that there are still special places to dine like The Grass.

over a year ago

Mother Nature would approve of this earthy Design District oasis where upscale eats are served, surrounded by botanical bliss. – In Short
Going out to eat can be taken literally at this open-air eatery where diners feast under thatched huts. The foliage is lush. Even the lighting has a floral bent, with illuminated apothecary jars housing colorful Polynesian flowers. The menu offers everything from a vegan-friendly tart stuffed with grilled peppers and zucchini squash to dishes like ceviche and Kobe beef. The dining room may be surrounded by grass, but it's the patrons that are mowing down.


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