Edgewater Is Getting It’s First-Ever Rooftop

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Edgewater Is Getting It’s First-Ever Rooftop

And it looks like it’s going to be absolutely stunning.

Last week we told you about Downtown Coral Gables getting its first-ever rooftop and it looks like Miami neighborhoods are on a roll with this first-ever rooftop affair because Edgewater is now getting a brand new one too.

Klaw, a new surf-and-turf concept by the all-star duo  Sasha Krilov and Misha Zelman,  founders of London-based Burger and Lobster, will open this coming November at the newly refurbished Miami Women’s Club. And it looks like it’ll be totally enchanting and elegant!

The star of Klaw’s menu, as the restaurant’s name implies, will be king crab sourced directly from Norway’s Barents Sea and which will be kept in giant, custom-made tanks on display at the restaurant. Other items like blue prawns, diver scallops, East and West Coast oysters will complete the “surf” component of the menu.

Klaw Miami

The “turf” side of the menu will be headlined by USDA Black Angus meat from Nebraska, where ranchers carefully curate their cattle’s diet to ensure excellent quality taste and texture. Like the crab, the meat will also be housed and left to dry-age in custom-made cases on the restaurant’s fourth floor where guests will be able to choose their cut of choice.

The drinks menu will boast over 250 different old and new world wines along with a custom cocktail program featuring updated versions of classic drinks.


But now, for the part that has caught everyone’s eye the most — the venue.  As mentioned above, Klaw will be housed in the 95-year-old Miami Women’s Club in Edgewater. The beautiful, 5-story  building overlooking Biscayne Bay, has been fully restored by the Martin Brudnizki Design Studio to retain its Spanish Reinassance allure with dark wood floors, colonial-arched windows, private dining room, open kitchen, and, of course, the neighborhood’s only rooftop.

The elegant 14,800-square-foot space will be divided into three floors topped by the breezy and intimate rooftop with uninterrupted views of Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach — Talk about stunning!

See also: 10 Beautiful Miami Rooftops With Breathtaking Views Of The City



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