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Spanish Eatery Klima Now Open

Featuring eats inspired by Barcelona

Klima Miami Beach

After more than two-years in the making the much buzzed about Klima restaurant is officially open for business.

The restaurant's cuisine is described as "contemporary gastronomy from Barcelona" created by executive chef David “Rusti” Rustarazo. On the menu expect "seasonal seafood, meats and pasta dishes presented with a simplistic style." Think dishes like tuna toast, beef carpaccio, pork ribs, lamb shoulder and lobster stuffed pasta.

Housed in the former Tosca space at 210 23rd Street, the restaurant has been remolded to feature "soft woods" with design insirpation coming from Brazil, Sweden and Spain. The loft-like space showcases art work hand picked by owners Pablo Fernández-Valdés and Yago Giner along with an "outdoor sub-tropical veranda" that features marble dining tables and cane ceiling.

The restaurant is open daily for dinner. Reservations can be made by calling 786-453-2779.

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