As Noble 33 prepares to move its headquarters from its original home in Los Angeles to Miami, the hospitality group also has plans for two new restaurants in South Florida early next year: the hospitality group’s Sparrow Italia and Casa Madera brands will open new locations at Moxy Miami Wynwood.
But that’s not all Noble 33 has in store for South Florida. A new outpost of the group’s highly successful Mexican steakhouse brand, Toca Madera, which has locations in West Hollywood, Las Vegas, Scottsdale, and (soon) Houston, will open at 1101 South Miami Ave, in Brickell.
Boasting a space of more than 14,000 square feet, the Brickell location will be Toca Madera’s largest, according to recent coverage by the South Florida Business Journal. It will offer both indoor and rooftop dining, along with a lounge and a rooftop bar.
“We had a fifteen-year run in California, and we still feel a tremendous affinity for the market. We’ve made a great connection,” Noble 33 co-founder Tosh Berman told What Now earlier this week, regarding the hospitality group’s Miami relocation. “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.”
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