Growing hospitality group Noble 33 has announced that it will relocate its headquarters from its current home in Los Angeles to Miami. Founded by Tosh Berman and Mikey Tanha, the hospitality group has restaurants on both coasts and across the Atlantic, and as Berman told What Now on Tuesday, the move will grant the restaurant group a more central location among its restaurants, which operate in cities like Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and London.
“We had a fifteen-year run in California, and we still feel a tremendous affinity for the market. We’ve made a great connection,” Berman said. “But we ultimately decided Miami is better for our company’s future, and for helping our employees create the right work-life balance. There’s a ton of opportunity, a big growth boom, and since we’re also in cities like Toronto and London, it gives us a better connection for oversight.”
News of the move is accompanied by news of four new restaurants that Noble 33 will open in South Florida in the next two years. The first two are expected early next year at Wynwood’s Moxy Hotel: modern Italian restaurant Sparrow Italia and Mexican restaurant Casa Madera.
Sparrow Italia, which also has locations in Los Angeles and London, will open in an 8,700-square-foot space on the ground floor of the Moxy.
“Designed by ICRAVE with architecture by Kobi Karp Architecture,” says recent coverage in the South Florida Business Journal, “the space will feature sidewalk dining and an interior decorated with blue velvets, textured Venetian plaster and carved wood paneling.”
Casa Madera, which has locations in Toronto and West Hollywood, California, will boast 17,660 square feet of space in the hotel’s top two stories. “With a design concept inspired by the Yucatan Peninsula, the restaurant will feature wood furniture, natural stones and lush plant installations,” says the Business Journal coverage.