A perfect blend of cutting-edge art and authentic Miami-style cuisine, Jessica Goldman Srebnick and her partner and father, the late visionary, Tony Goldman, opened Wynwood Kitchen & Bar (WKB) in November 2010, in the heart of Miami’s exciting up-and-coming arts district. WKB features artwork by famed graffiti artists Shepard Fairey Christian Awe, and David Benjamin Sherry. An outdoor terrace is surrounded by the murals of Wynwood Walls, the largest street art park in the U.S. Executive Chef Miguel Aguilar has created a delectable menu of small plates with subtly layered global-Latino flavors, affordably priced and designed to encourage mix and match dining. Innovative cocktails artisanal beers and an international wine list, with a large selection of wines-by-the-glass, make this one of the coolest dining and drinking destinations in the U.S.
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Considered one of the coolest and visually striking restaurants in the nation, Wynwood Kitchen and Bar (WKB) opened in December 2010. WKB’s innovative global-Latino cuisine, created by executive chef Miguel Aguilar, is served small plate style allowing guests the freedom to mix and match dishes to their personal taste.
In harmony with the food, the décor provides guests with a visual feast. From the floor to ceiling iconic murals by Shepard Fairey in the bar area to the bursting canvasses by German artist Christian Awe in the dining room to the stunning Wynwood Walls that surround the outside patio, WKB offers guests a one of a kind unparalleled experience.
- Contact Christina Mertz at (855) 521-0234