About Nikki Beach
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Nestled away in the Penrod’s Beach Club Complex, Nikki Beach Restaurant and Beach Club is a unique dining experience. The innovative, international menu, décor, and atmosphere tantalize all your senses for a day you won’t soon forget. Join us for the only Ocean Front Dining Experience in Miami Beach.
Global, International, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Beach: Every day 9am – 6pm
Restaurant: Monday to Saturday: 12pm – 6pm / Sundays: 11am – 11pm
Bar: Monday to Saturday: 11am – 6pm / Sundays: 11am until – 11pm
Amazing Sundays | Brunch: 11am – 4pm
Nikki Beach Live (Sundays): 9:30pm – 3am
Ocean Drive & 1st Ave.
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Quickly becoming one of the top dining destinations in Miami, Nikki Beach Restaurant and Beach Club has recently launched a complete revamp of its flagship property. A re-designed indoor dining area, extended hours of operation, an extensive wine list prepared by an in-house Sommelier, and a brand new restaurant menu inspired by Nikki Beach’s many global locations are only a few of the exciting innovations at this world famous haven for jet setters. The only restaurant located right on the art deco shores of Miami Beach, Nikki Beach offers a unique dining experience for everyone.
Nikki Beach is a great venue for your next private event. To make a reservations, or for general catering inquiries, please call (305) 538-1111 ext 116.
Additionally, Nikki Beach has a private parking lot.
Corporate Executive Chef Brian Molloy
Private Party Facilities:
Private Party Contact:
Private Dining Coordinator: (305) 779-5892
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The restaurant is open.
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Nikki Beach Ratings and Reviews
This is not a restaurant as much as it is a nightclub that serves food. (Should have known when they gave us a wristband at check-in.) I was one of 3 couples dining at 8pm and the dj was already playing music - not in itself a problem but conversation during dinner becomes a problem. Service was very attentive and friendly and food was good.
Well, I decided to book a table in morning for the brunch because I was afraid to not find any room. On the App there were dozens of available spaces, so I booked mine with a friend - exactly to avoid waiting times and unconvenient sittings. Upon arrival, we found there was no difference for pre-booked tables or shown-up guests. They said they didn't have a table at that moment and didn't know when they would have as people would generally go for brunch and stay for all day. So then the hostess drove us to a very uncomfortable far-away tall table, completely away from the entretainement. I tried to be kind but she won't move us until I said out and loud "I don't like this table, we won't sit here". She replied saying "all tables are taken" having 3 empty tables at her back. I enquired and she looked back - "I can get you a sofa then". Fine then, still far away from the music, food and amenities, we took it. Waiter was super nice, but coming only once in a lifetime. He justified the place was busy, but I could see several empty spaces all around - can't imagine when it is really busy. It took some 30min to bring us our bottle of wine, I guess it was due the distance between us and the bar - he would be stopped several times before reaching our booth out.
Regarding everything else: only go there for brunch if you haven't eaten anything in the 5 days before, so what you pay will really be worthy. I love eating and I've made an extreme effort to try everything, but so far I must have bited no more than 20% of the offer. Be wise: $50 is a lot of money for eating grilled vegetables and fruit-sticks. Go and seek in the islands for real gourmet food - the paella was delicious! And the Eggs Benedict too.
That being said, it is a well spent money if you have plans to stay the whole day (eating) - impossible to spend less than $200 per couple ($50 per person, plus tax and gratuity included -20%- already makes it close to $150 for food only).
I went to Nikki Beach for brunch this past Sunday and it was beautiful. The restaurant is on the beach, so you can enjoy your meal and then take your drink and go for a stroll in the sand.
The staff is extremely helpful as well. It rained while I was there and they immediately brought towels for everyone and set up more umbrellas to keep us from getting wet.
A wristband is provided with brunch that grants you free access to the club next door later at night and reentry to brunch until 4pm. I did not go to the club next door, but it looked nice from what I could see.
Brunch was expensive, but the food and atmosphere are worth it! It would be great if they added unlimited drinks for an hour or so!
Sadly we didn't get to find out what the restaurant was like. When we arrived at the restaurant for the pre-booked time it was all rather quiet, turns out the restaurant closed at 4pm despite our 4:45pm booking. I would recommend that betweeen Opentable and Nikki Beach they get the booking system sorted. Missed out on a family birthday meal. It's a shame as we were on vacation and doubt we'all get the chance to return.
Double check your bookings people!!
The Sunday brunch would be much better if there were more seafood options such as grilled shrimp, steamed shrimp, crab legs, crabs claws, mussels, and clams. The only shrimp and mussels available was in the paella and if you don't eat rice dishes then the only seafood was salmon and baked fish. If this restaurant was in the Midwest that would be OK but this restaurant is on the beach in Miami.
This was planned for a bachelorette dinner with a small group. We were really looking forward to trying it out, but were all extremely disappointed. Due to rain (not their fault), the place was absolutely dead. They stuck us at a table inside, which was poorly decorated and completely silent. Service was incredibly slow and 2 different girls kept switching off taking care of us. We waited almost an hour after eating to receive the bill and once we left our cards, waited another 30 minutes to get them back. Considering there was only 1 other table, we couldn't figure out what was taking so long. The entire staff would disappear for 30-45 minutes at a time, leaving us sitting there in silence. It was the worst part of the entire weekend and I was embarrassed that I selected it. There are tons of other trendy places out there, do not waste your time here.
Nikki Beach is an iconic part of South Beach, however it is not as it once was. Allthough we had a reservation we had to wait to be seated at the back of the bus. The servers are not very friendly and you are rushed through your meal. The buffet check for two sans drinks was $140 after they glop on an 18% gratuity and a resort tax.
The service was horrible. Appetizers came out at the same time as entrée. The waiters was no where to be found. We asked for a refill on our drinks and never got them but yet they made it to our bill. Had two ask another server twice to find our waiter so we can pay the bill. T
Amazing Restaurant, good atmosphere and outstanding food! We arrived on time for our reservation but first of all, there was a long line at the hostess stand! They should have more hosts to manage this better, than finally after 10 min waiting in line the hostess could not find our reservation! We had to wait another 15 min until our table is ready. Already very upset, starving we were waiting! After 15 min they said our table is not ready yet but we get one of these sofabeds in the patio and we can start the brunch there and getting a table later... So thats what we did, but the server was very confused and not really knowing whats going on! After 5 minutes sitting there we spoke to the host again and than finally we got to our table!!! About 50 min we had to wait for a table, even we had a reservation!!! After that they should at least give us a round of drinks for free or something, but nothing!!!
I went to Nikki Beach with a group of 5 friends for brunch. Our reservation was for 11 am. We were seated immediately, but it took a while before our server came to our table. Basically, you pay $49 for all you can eat brunch and you can stay until 4 pm. We were shocked that tea or soft drinks were not included in the price. There was a large variety of foods to choose from. The waffles were really good. I also enjoyed the salad and pasta bar. The ambiance was very cool. There were dancers on the patio in white swimsuits with big hats. You could do bottle service and lounge on one of beach beds as well. I would definitely go back.
This was a horrible experience from the pure carbonated soda to the incorrect pasta relieved and my friend wasn't advised until after the fact. Lastly, we had to ask for our rice which should've come with our email and the waitress also forgot to ask how we wanted out meat prepared.
The service waas horrible. When our food was served no one came around to ask how was everything. It took 30 minutes just for the waiter to come back and give us the check. My friend had to approach the server even though there were no plates left on the table and the restaurant wasn't busy. I will not be returning to tgis restaurant or recommending anyone to try this place.
I visited Nikki Beach for the first time for Sunday brunch on 5/15/16. I had heard rave reviews from a friend of mine who frequents the restaurant. The atmosphere was a little more boisterous than a typical Sunday brunch, but certainly what one might expect of Southbeach Miami... All in all the experience was enjoyable. The food more drinks were all that remarkable, but still very tasty. I would recommend more for the experience and atmosphere than the actual food.
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