Set in idyllic Coconut Grove, Chef/Owner Michael Beltran’s Ariete has established a name for itself as one Miami’s most dynamic restaurants, offering a contemporary menu of New American cuisine with Latin, particularly Cuban, influences. A favorite among locals and visitors alike since opening in 2016, the eatery has garnered rave reviews and collected impressive accolades, a Michelin Star, two James Beard Award semifinalist nods (Best Chef: South and StarChefs Rising Star honors; as well as Eater’s “Restaurant of the Year,” Miami New Times “Best New Restaurant” and a feature in Bon Appetit magazine. Ariete serves brunch and dinner; menu highlights feature two tasting menus, and a la carté options, which include the famed Pastrami-style Wagyu Short Rib; Canard à la Presse; Our Florida Orange; and the wildly popular Foie Gras. For dessert, a fan favorite and an incredibly unique take on a classic Spanish dessert – Flan infused with candy cap mushrooms, Sambuca crema and coffee crumble. Located beneath the restaurant is The Cave, an intimate private dining area available for special occasions and private events. Offering a cozy ambiance with a full-service bar.