The Gramercy, a grand and vibrant American Brasserie in Coral Gables. The name of the eatery and bar give a nod to the everlasting style and charm of the Big Apple. The Gramercy showcases generous American Brasserie cuisine done perfectly plus a sushi bar in a bustling, beaux arts setting.
The go-to convivial gathering spot for Miami’s business and social set, The Gramercy inhabits the former Tarpon Bend space, now transformed by the team behind Kiki on The River. From a power lunch to convivial cocktails and dinner, the Miracle Mile spot will take care of the community’s culinary needs from midday until evening’s end.
The space, designed by Mark Lehmkuhl of Ghost House Creative Group, incorporates the unique imprint he has imbued at Jones’s other establishments including Kiki on the River and El Santo on Calle Ocho. The interior gives a nod to New York power dining rooms like The Waldorf and Grand Central with references to grand columns, large booths, exposed brick, velvet banquettes and French tile as well as prime oak floors. A check-in desk with keys greets guests, as does a neon “Heartbreak Hotel” sign and an elevator to nowhere serves as a photo opp as you “check in.”