Wynwood Kitchen & Bar

In It to Wyn It

An Art Gallery with Beer and Sausage

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You love a good painting. It can be transformative. Powerful. Moving.

And most importantly, it can make for a great backdrop to a lamb burger and a cold Belgian ale.

Which brings us to Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, your new gallery-esque brasserie of comfort food, craft brews and the funkiest outdoor garden in Miami, open for lunch and dinner starting today.

Walking in, the first thing you’ll notice are the massive murals above the suede bar—courtesy of cultural maverick Shepard Fairey (also known as the guy who painted the Obama image, but you knew that).

But don’t get tunnel vision—there’s plenty more art to go around. Like the 11-foot-tall sculpture at the entrance, and the (beautiful) graffiti-adorned walls that frame the outdoor patio. You’ll feel a bit like you’ve stumbled into the dining room of a quirky art collector’s private warehouse (who also happens to make his own sausages).

Start off with a few brews like a Warsteiner Pilsner from Germany or a Unibroue Maudite Ale from Canada. Then, dive into the menu, sampling small plates of veal sausage with horseradish sauce and calamari tempura. All while sitting in a room collaged in red and black pacifist heroes.

We hear they’re still working on your mural.


Wynwood Kitchen & Bar
2550 NW 2nd Ave
(at NW 26th St)
Miami, FL, 33127


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