Modern American Cuisine Debuts in a Sleek New South Miami Outpost

Grove Bay Hospitality Group continues its dominance of South Miami’s food scene by opening its third restaurant in the neighborhood. Public place (6915 Red Road). The new restaurant takes over the 347 room of the former Shula – the first restaurant in the group – and offers modern American dishes, a west coast-oriented wine list and an elegant new ambience.

On the menu, guests will find many updated classics such as filet mignon bites wrapped in bacon. grilled squid; poached lobster; Salmon crab rolls; variety of grilled steaks; Mushroom risotto; Branzino; and much more. The wine list shows vintages from the west coast with many wines by the glass and even offers a wine cellar program, with which members have a personalized “wine cellar” in which the restaurant can keep their favorite bottles to drink. There is also a full bar with cocktails by Nick Casanova.

Inside Public SquareOfficial Press Photo / Michael Pisarri

The room has been fundamentally redesigned since Shula’s time. The quartz bar anchors the room with a green leather upholstered cabin, brass chandeliers that illuminate the room, and tables that alternate in earth tones and offer space for 170 people. An additional private dining room can accommodate up to 60 people.

The restaurant opens tomorrow, October 23rd, and is open Sunday to Thursday from 5pm to 10pm and Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 11pm. Brunch is offered in the later months. To make a reservation call 305-665-9661.

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