The Weekly Dish: Panther Coffee, 7 Spices & more to open

MiMo, Lincoln Road, Wynwood and Fort Lauderdale will welcome new eateries

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Dec.December 01, 2017 05:30 PM

Panther Coffee (Credit: Instagram @panthercoffee)

The Weekly Dish is a TRD recurring feature that showcases the latest in South Florida’s restaurant openings, leases and sales.

Panther Coffee | MiMo
Panther Coffee is finally opening in the MiMo District. The roastery plans to open Dec. 7 at 6405 Biscayne Boulevard, more than four years after first announcing the lease. Chariff Realty Group brokered the lease.

In May 2016, developer Alex Karakhanian sold the retail and restaurant building, MiMo Place for $6.7 million to Key Biscayne investors.

The Miami New Times first announced Panther’s opening date.

7 Spices | Lincoln Road
A new Mediterranean restaurant, 7 Spices, has leased space at the former site of Freddo at 610 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach.

7 Spices is owned by the 7 Spices Group, which operates dining spots in Venezuela, according to Altagracia Labrozzi of Fortune International Realty, who represented the tenant, along with Gabriela Salazar.

Labrozzi said the group has signed the lease, and plans to open within three months. The restaurant will be its first in the United States.

Terranova Corp. owns the building, whose tenants include SushiSamba. In October 2016, Terranova sued a company licensed to sell Freddo, a brand of Argentine ice cream, for $1.6 million in outstanding rent.

The space that will soon be 7 Spices (Credit: Google Maps)

Dukunoo Jamaican Kitchen, Le Chick Rotisserie | Wynwood
Dunkunoo Jamaican Kitchen and Le Chick Rotisserie are opening at a Block Capital Group development in Wynwood.

The restaurants are joining Crazy Poke, Gelatte Miami and other tenants at 310 to 320 Northwest 24th Street, according to CEO Martin Miculitzki. Le Chick, which is opening in a 4,000-square-foot space, is an Amsterdam restaurant concept led by Zuma owners Yona and Tunu Puri. BM2 represented the landlord in the 10-year lease deal. Leslie Cooper and Sophie Bamps of One Sotheby’s International Realty represented Le Chick.

Subs and Suds | Fort Lauderdale
Former “Million Dollar Listing Miami” cast member Samantha DeBianchi is launching a sandwich shop and creamery in Fort Lauderdale.

DeBianchi, founder of DeBianchi Real Estate, plans to open Subs and Suds early next year in the former Bozo’s Sub & Sandwich Shop space in the Riverside Park/Sailboat Bend neighborhood. She’s working with Memphis Garrett and Chef Jeremy Powell of The Poke House to open the casual eatery at 601 Southwest 12th Avenue, according to a press release.


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