"Our goal is to create a restaurant for Miami's diverse communities to gather," says owner Steve Haas, a highly respected restaurateur and Miami community leader. "We wanted to offer people a comfortable, cosmopolitan place to meet with friends for dinner or even step out for lunch during the workday and enjoy a great meal in a convivial atmosphere."
The two-story, 6,000 square foot eatery, located five blocks north of Miami's Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and a five minute drive from downtown Miami, caters to the area's business and political folks, residents and theater aficionados. Featuring a chic ambiance, City Hall restaurant has lacquered concrete floors, floor to ceiling windows with an 80 ft. long light box mural stretching across one wall created by artist Andrew Reid, as well as a mural by Miami-based artist Michelle Rojas. Dark walnut and black varnished wood tables and chairs, comfortable leather banquets, original art and Art Deco accents complement the decor.
The restaurant offers private dining facilities and an accessible complimentary parking lot (located at 20th Street, between Biscayne Blvd. and N.W. 2nd Avenue), offering patrons a rare convenience for the area. In addition, late night dining to accommodate theater-goers is expected to be a welcome change in this early-to-bed district.
Main Dining Room: 140 guests
Upstairs Loft (2nd floor/mezzanine): 100 guests
The Board Room: 40 guests
Total Capacity: 240 seated guest / 300 Reception
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