Plant Miami – A Culinary Journey In The Heart Of Miami

Plant Miami – A Culinary Journey In The Heart Of Miami

Plant Miami is a plant-based restaurant located on The Sacred Space Miami Wellness Campus in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. The restaurant recently announced their new plant-based, guest-chef series, and will launch with Ghee Indian Kitchen’s chef-owner, Niven Patel, on Sunday, February 11.

Patel will collaborate with the restaurant’s culinary power duo: Executive Chef Horacio Rivadero (a 2014 James Beard Award South semifinalist and Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef: Gulf Region 2012”) and Pastry Chef Veronica Manolizi, to create an Indian-inspired, four-course menu featuring vibrant, organic, living cuisine.

Together, the chefs will guide diners through a culinary journey of vegetable-forward dishes that invigorate the palate with the transporting flavors of an Indian spice cabinet. All produce for the exclusive evening will be locally sourced from both Plant Miami’s partner farm, Paradise Farms, as well as Patel’s own backyard farm, Rancho Patel.

The Sacred Space is home to FLOW, a curated wellness shop, where Plant Miami is their plant-based restaurant featuring vibrant, organic cuisine; and Plant Miami Culinary, is their education facility. The venue embodies modern elegance by offering its guests an impeccably designed space and layout. The garden completes the property, providing tentable space and includes a reflection pool and outdoor lounge area.

Curated beverage pairings will highlight local craft beers, biodynamic wines and organic craft cocktails. Tickets to the exclusive dinner are priced at $125 per person and are now on sale here.


We love Plant Miami! Check out one of our past reviews here!


Plant Miami, located at The Sacred Space in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood (105 NE 24th Street, Miami, FL 33137)

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