For every neighborhood, you’ve got “your spot.”
And now, we’re happy to report that you have your spot... at Concourse D.
Say hello to Beaudevin, a swanky new wine bar at Miami International, now open and ready to settle your nerves before that next flight.
So here’s the scenario: you and your sweetheart are embarking on one of your epic four-day weekends in the Caribbean (Anguilla is great this time of year). You’ll step out of your taxi, limousine or—if you’re playing it less showy—your friend’s ’95 Volvo, whisk your way through security and head toward the kelly-green bottles of this little hideaway at Concourse D.
That’s where you’ll settle into a couple of white leather chairs at the granite bar and prepare to (almost) forget you’ve just been frisked by TSA. Helping you accomplish this: 30 wines by the glass, mostly American vinos with a few Italian Chiantis and Austrian Rieslings, all dispensed by those high-tech enomatic machines.
If you’re hungry, they’ve also got a small-plates menu designed by Todd English (go for the Melon & Prosciutto). And in case you’re wondering, this is an offshoot of a similar airport wine bar in Brussels of the same name, which means “beautiful wine.”
No one waits for a plane like the Belgians.