Milos Slated to Open in South of Fifth Miami
Miami’s South of Fifth neighborhood used to be well-known as steakhouse central. But that may be changing for good. A variety of new ethnic-themed eateries have moved into the area including the most recent branch of Milos, a Mediterranean restaurant that lso has locations in Athens, NYC and Las Vegas, according to The Real Deal.
The focus at Milos is always on finding the best the world has to offer: the best produce, the best honey, the best yogurt, and certainly the best fish and seafood. Through extensive travel and research, we have hand selected and developed close relationships with our suppliers, mostly farmers and fishermen that provide Milos with these important materials.
Another French restaurant will be arriving shortly after a $50,000 renovation of the space right across from where Milos will be, according to Eater.com. Milos’ old space was previously occupied by Au Pied de Cochon. Stay tuned for a possible blog about the new eatery here on Urbanism Group’s blog in the near future!
Photo Credit: Milos