Miami’s First Roof-to-Table, Plant-Based Restaurant
January 14, 2018 by Lucas Lechuga
Vegans rejoice! Planta, an upscale plant-based restaurant hailing from Toronto, is set to debut its first U.S. location here in South Beach this winter. According to the Miami New Times, the restaurant will open in early 2018. David Grutman (best known as the owner of LIV, OTL in the Design District, and Komodo in Brickell) and Toronto-based co-owner Steven Salm will deliver this delicious sounding concept to the trendy South of Fifth neighborhood in Miami Beach, at 850 Commerce Street.
Planta will serve 100% plant-based dishes, offering guests a selection of freshly-picked produce grown right on the restaurant’s rooftop. While a set menu has not yet been confirmed, dishes may include the 18 Carrot Dog, Coconut Ceviche, Cauliflower Tots, and cold-pressed cocktails, to go along with music and a friendly vibe. Planta will be David Grutman’s third Miami eatery – and based on the successes of his other restaurant ventures, it will no doubt be a hit!