E11EVEN Hotel & Residences Unveils Fresh Dining Concepts With Riviera Dining Group

The Riviera Dining Group has built a reputation for overseeing some of Florida’s most enchanting and engaging hospitality experiences.

Developers PMG and E11EVEN Partners are excited to share that Riviera Dining Group (RDG) has signed a long-term agreement with renewal options at E11EVEN Hotel & Residences Miami, a dual-tower development situated in the heart of Miami’s renowned District 11. RDG, a luxury hospitality company based in Miami, will bring its exceptional culinary concepts to a 16,000-square-foot restaurant with a 5,200-square-foot lounge and a rooftop members-only concept. Situated at 20 Northeast 11th St. in the recently expanded entertainment district, the luxury hospitality company originating from Miami will feature its ideas in a 16,000-square-foot restaurant accompanied by a 5,200-square-foot lounge and a members-only concept on the rooftop.

“We are thrilled that E11EVEN Hotel & Residences Miami will soon house the next transformative concept by Riviera Dining Group,” Ryan Shear says, managing partner at PMG. “E11EVEN Hotel & Residences prides itself on demonstrating a world-class, over-the-top lifestyle in the heart of Downtown Miami. We are pleased to have Riviera Dining Group’s talented hospitality team join us in bringing that vision to life for our residents and guests.”

The Riviera Dining Group is well-known for managing several of Florida’s most captivating and immersive hospitality concepts, such as MILAMILA OmakaseMILA Lounge, and MM, as well as AVA MediterrAegean and MM in Winter Park. Recently, RDG took over the management of BÂOLI Miami, the renowned restaurant and nightlife destination situated on Collins Avenue in South Beach. With the guidance of RDG, BÂOLI has reopened with an updated aesthetic, elevated ambiance, and a new menu. Additionally, RDG has plans to unveil its next multi-setting concept, CASA NEOS Miami, in Brickell later this year.

“We pride ourselves on continuing to be ahead of the curve when creating innovative, sensorial experiences for guests,” Greg Galy says, partner and CEO at Riviera Dining Group. “By partnering with E11EVEN and PMG, we’re able to continue providing guests with memorable experiences while simultaneously adding new venues to our luxurious and rapidly expanding portfolio.”

The recent expansion of E11EVEN Hotel & Residences’ second tower, E11EVEN Residences Beyond, has been followed by two new concepts. Developers are acquiring the nearby “Heart” site at 50 Northeast 11th St. to meet the high demand for these residences and record-breaking sales success across both towers. The additional units for sale and amenity space will include an upper and lower deck totaling 14,637 square feet and an expanded resort-style 1,638-square-foot pool with private lounge areas.

“Miami’s District 11 continues to evolve as the city’s leading entertainment district delivering top-notch dining and innovative nightlife experiences paired with exceptional residences,” Michael Simkins says, E11EVEN Partners and co-developer of E11EVEN Hotel & Residences. “The expansion of the incredible property and its commitment to maximizing value for all who call it home is a testament to its idyllic placement within District 11, which will become an entertainment destination in Miami. We look forward to watching E11EVEN Hotel & Residences rise, further solidifying itself as one of the top ultra-luxury residential developments in South Florida.”

For more information on E11EVEN Hotel & Residences, please visit www.E11EVENResidences.com.

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