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New Dining Hotspot, CATCH, Bringing Global Seafood Flavors to Miami Beach

The restaurant will also cater to private and semi-private events.

CATCH Miami Beach has recently opened in the esteemed South of Fifth neighborhood. This latest addition marks the seventh location for the esteemed brand, joining its current establishments in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Aspen and upcoming locations in Dallas and Scottsdale. CATCH Miami Beach is located near Miami’s prime waterfront real estate and is in close proximity to some of the city’s most popular and top-grossing restaurants, such as Prime One Twelve, CARBONE, Joe’s Stone Crab, and Milos.

“After receiving such a warm reception following the launch of Mastro’s Ocean Club in Downtown Miami earlier this year, I couldn’t be more excited to expand our footprint within Miami’s thriving hospitality scene and bring the signature CATCH experience to the esteemed South of Fifth neighborhood,” says Tilman Fertitta, Partner of Catch Hospitality Group. “This city’s ever-evolving culinary landscape is truly something special, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it.”  

This 23,000-square-foot restaurant mirrors its New York, Los Angeles, and Aspen counterparts, with an even split between indoor dining and an open-air rooftop terrace. Designed by Rockwell Group, renowned for their work on CATCH Las Vegas and CATCH Steak in various locations, the design of CATCH Miami Beach enhances the energy and excitement of the original Los Angeles location, evoking a whimsical, tropical getaway. The restaurant’s design celebrates the vibrant surroundings, inspired by the neighborhood’s history, lush landscape, balmy nights, and iconic Floridian “Mediterranean Deco” architecture. Refined materials such as bronze, antique mirrors, bold marble, lacquer paints, Venetian plaster, and rich, contrasting woods are intricately layered with lush florals and dramatic lighting, creating a luxurious, conservatory-inspired atmosphere.

CATCH Miami Beach offers a fusion of modern and classic dishes in a shared dining style, specializing in seafood, sushi, and steak, all while prioritizing exceptional quality and vibrant service. The restaurant’s Japanese sushi and Wagyu program boasts signature nigiri and sashimi platters, as well as cold dishes of crudos and ceviches made with fish directly sourced from Japan’s Toyosu Market. As one of the few fully licensed restaurants to offer authentic True A5 Kobe, CATCH Miami Beach is renowned for its top-tier Wagyu program, including the signature Wagyu Hot Rock dish, a tableside preparation of A5 Kobe Beef from the Hyogo Prefecture. Additionally, the menu features locally inspired dishes and beloved CATCH favorites such as the CATCH Roll, Truffle Sashimi, Mushroom Spaghetti, and Cantonese Lobster.

“We see distinct, extraordinary spaces as essential foundations for every CATCH establishment, and we’re confident that our vision for this 23,000-square-foot venue will significantly enhance the overall experience for our guests,” said Eugene Remm, one of three Catch Hospitality Group partners. “From the energetic atmosphere to our dedication to providing great food, great service, and a great vibe, we couldn’t be more excited to bring CATCH to this city in a manner that captures the unmatched vibrancy of Miami Beach.”

CATCH Miami Beach is located at 200 South Pointe Dr, Miami Beach. Its opening hours are Monday through Sunday from 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily. For more information, visit www.catchrestaurants.com.

Photo credit: CatchRestaurants

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