Proof Miami Closing Later This Month


Announced today its shuttering for good March 25

Below is a round up of the latest closures around town. Looking for more uplifting news? Here’s the catalog of all the recent restaurant openings.

March 12

MIDTOWN MIAMI — Midtown eatery — and Eater 38 member — Proof Miami, announced today on Instagram that they would be closing their doors in about two weeks time on Sunday, March 25. On Instagram they posted the below message:

All of us at PROOF would like to thank our loyal patrons for the support and business you have given us over the past 3.5 years. We feel that it is our responsibility to inform everyone that we will be closing our restaurant effective March 25, 2018.
Our goal was always to deliver a high quality, house made product that was consistent and enjoyed by our guests daily. None of this would have been possible without our excellent staff both past and present, we sincerely thank them. We hope to see everyone over the next 2 weeks and please continue to follow @proofmiami for future endeavors. — Justin & the entire Proof team

Eater Miami has reached out to the team, but no word yet from as to reasons behind the shutter or what might take over the space. Stay tuned for more updates.

February 22

SOUTH BEACHTatel, the high-end Spanish import with investors that include Enrique Iglesias and Rafael Nadal, has temporarily shuttered according to PR reps of the property. They cite the continuing damage that the hotel that houses the restaurant, The Ritz Carlton South Beach, which is closed until next winter. This week, the property began a new phase of construction, causing intermittent power outages at the restaurant and blocking one of Tatel’s necessary fire exits, prompting ownership to decide to close until the Ritz is back up and running. The rep promises the restaurant, however, will return.

January 8

SOUTH BEACH — Brooklyn import Talde Miami Beach has officially closed its doors inside The Confidante Hotel (4041 Collins Avenue). The much-buzzed about restaurant debuted in South Florida in the fall of 2015, led by its chef and former Top Chef contestant Dale Talde, but officially “parted ways” with the hotel on January 1, according to a statement from its general manager, Keith Butz. The hotel plans to move in a “new culinary direction in 2018.” However, this isn’t the last South Florida will see of the Three Kings Restaurant Group — the team behind Talde — who plan to open Grandview Public Market in West Palm Beach in a few weeks.

January 5

DOWNTOWN MIAMI — Popular burger and beer spot, 180 Degrees at DRB (501 NE 1st Avenue), is officially closing up its doors after this weekend. According to the Miami New Times, the restaurant was given only 36 hours notice to close up shop as its landlord wanted to use the space for a leasing center in the Downtown area’s booming real estate market. But it plans to go out with a bang, offering an all you can eat package for $25 and all you can drink option $25, or eat and drink “till you’re full” for $45, from now through Sunday brunch — but bring those dollars as the deal is available cash only.

NORTH MIAMIMignonette’s (13951 Biscayne Blvd) Uptown outpost closed up shop last month. According to an email from its owner Danny Serfer, “unfortunately, not enough people were coming to visit” the location, but “we are very proud of what we did there. The staff both front and back worked hard and put out great food and service.” The Edgewater location remains open.