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An eclectic Miami style that inspires creative cuisine in our restaurants and bars

Saladino Design Studios designed this Miami restaurant with a reverential, cathedral-like mood in mind. Carved wooden panels and a monolithic slab of rough-hewn black stone distinguishes the bar. A daring "tequila tree" of hand-blown glass spheres and copper pipes dispenses mezcal and tequila. Outside, stone animal benches, canopy banquettes and teak stools fill the space, and a neon sign spells out "Besos de Mezcal" — kisses from mezcal.


Developed by the founders of Miami's uber-popular Coyo Taco and 1-800-LUCKY, Alan Drummond, Sven Vogtland, Gaby Chiriboga & Scott Linquist. Executive Chef Scott Linquist — who has traveled to Mexico more than 30 times over the past two decades, researching local recipes, cooking in private homes, guiding culinary trips, and judging at esteemed events — offers dishes based on traditional techniques.
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Bar Program

Award-winning mixologist Christian Rubio, whose hospitality experience ranges from Europe and Mexico to Miami, is responsible for many of the specialty cocktails guests will experience at the Moxy South Beach. Rubio is known for deftly combining Mexican herbs, fruits, and spirits to create unique and delicious cocktails. Awarded best cocktail at the past National Cocktail Competition at International Bartender Association among dozens of other recognitions, Christian's diverse experience will brings a one-of-a-kind mixology program to Moxy South Beach. 
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