INK Entertainment Group to Open Toronto-Born Italian Brand Sofia in the Miami Design District

The concept promises “new depths of culinary excellence, tantalizing flavors, and bespoke nightly celebrations”
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INK Entertainment Group, a leading North American hospitality group, announced last week that it would brings its Toronto-born brand Sofia to Miami’s Design District. The news comes as part of a large expansive push on the part of the hospitality group, which is currently working to grow throughout the United States.

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Behind INK Entertainment are three entrepreneurs: Charles Khabouth, Danny Soberano, and Ricardo Tabet. The group operates a number of highly-acclaimed food and drink concepts in South Florida already, including Byblos Miami and Amal. With Sofia, INK will expand its reach in the world of upscale, modern Italian dining.

“We couldn’t be more excited to expand our footprint in South Florida, bringing Sofia to what we feel is one of the most significant areas and desirable culinary destinations in Miami,” Charles Khabouth, Founder and CEO of INK Entertainment Group, said in a press release. “Full of energy and mischievous curiosity, Sofia Design District will be the perfect complement to the Miami Design District neighborhood as Palm Court’s newest signature restaurant.”

Sofia Design District will offer, reads the press release, “more than a nightly dinner spot, but rather a destination to celebrate, savor, and explore within.” The press release teases an antipasti menu including Prosciutto, Carpaccio, Grlled Octopus, and more, along with handmade pasta dishes like Cacio e Pepe al Tartufo and Rigatoni Alla Vodka.

To drink, try signature cocktails like the Sorrentino and the Amarcord, plus a wide rage of Italian wines.

Sofia is expected to open in the Design District this fall.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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