What to eat at the Miami Open

Tennis & food never tasted this good

We’re all for a little tennis watching, something about it makes us feel more “cultured” and “bougie”. I mean we’re drinking champagne in the middle of the day during the week…

Oh and when we need a little neck break from continuously turning our head left to right, we’ll be on the ground floor making our stops around the pop-up restaurants at this year’s Miami Open.

This is the first year that Hard Rock Stadium will be hosting The Miami Open and let’s just say that not only will you be able to witness the world’s top tennis players fight it out on the court but the dining experiences have stepped it up a notch. For fans and players alike, this is still a sports venue, but get ready for some eating.

Enjoy your choice of Bluestone Lane Cafe— an Australian-inspired coffee shop, or Chifa Street— Peruvian and Chinese street food concept. Or if you’re feeling thirsty there are a variety of beverage stations, including beer & champagne gardens. This is the rundown of our favorite Miami Open stops:

Pincho
Concept: Latin Street Food
Top pick: Pincho burger topped with American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, potato sticks & our
secret Pincho sauce


Kiki on the River
Concept: Greek fare with a multi-level rooftop deck
Top picks: Pikilia, Keftedaki, Tuna Tartare


Novecento
Concept: Argentinian
Top picks: Ham & cheese empanadas


Blue Stone Lane Cafe
Concept: Australian coffee concept making its debut in Miami
Top picks: Avocado toast


Casa Tua Cucina 
Concept: Italian
Top picks: Cacio e pepe & pomodoro and basil rigatoni


Ice Cream
Concept: soft serve ice cream
Top pick: chocolate and vanilla swirl


Bourbon Steak
Concept: American steakhouse
Top pick: skirt steak sandwich with a harissa sauce