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What cool new things are coming to Coconut Grove? Here’s a cheat sheet.

Oct. 17, 2017

Free-roaming peacocks, thirst-slaking A.C.’s Icees, lush landscapes — yep, Coconut Grove is hand’s down one of Miami’s grooviest neighborhoods. Hot on the heels of the announcement that CocoWalk is getting a major facelift, we’re pleased to share some more news rolling out of the everyone’s favorite hippity dippity ‘hood, which has been experiencing vast improvements as of late: Joining the mix are the following trio…


Just opened on Oct. 11th, the Grove welcomed Bonobos’ only location in Florida (whoop whoop!). Boasting 1,960 square feet, the menswear retailer is brimming with suits, trousers, denim, shorts, swimwear and accessories. Known for its customized service and complimentary style advice, shoppers can come in, try items on and their purchases are shipped for free. Hooray for free!

Poke 305

Fast-casual dining option Poke305 is joining the Grove later this month. The locally loved haunt whips up Hawaiian cuisine such as raw, cubed fish in rice bowls, salads and burritos. The 1,152 square foot restaurant here marks the second location for the Poke305 concept born from a University of Miami graduate who yearned to bring this staple dish from the islands of Hawaii to Miami… with a Latino twist. Que rico! Following its first location in Brickell, the concept is also opening soon in South Beach and Aventura. Because… tuna is everything.

Le Pain Quotidien

Slated to open this November, Brussels-born Le Pain Quotidien will open much to the delight of foodies. This outpost will mark Le Pain Quotidien’s first location in Florida — joining sister locales in New York, Los Angeles, Madrid, London and Dubai. Occupying 4,142 square feet, the resto will serve up simple, elegant boulangerie fare (think yummy bakery goods) made with organic ingredients for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This trilogy joins joins new-ish businesses such as Aesop, Panther Coffee, The Showroom and Buddha Shack. Way to get your mojo back, Coconut Grove.

Maria Tettamanti

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