Food, cocktails, live music and a towering bar await you at The Oasis… with more to come!
Friday night in the 305 just got all the more exciting Miamians! Wynwood’s dazzling new outdoor space The Oasis has just opened its doors just off North Miami Ave and it looks totally amazing. The new space features tons of dining options, live performances on weekends, art, and a towering bar made out of colorful shipping containers with more to come down the road!
The new courtyard, which opened earlier this week with a spectacular live performance by DJ Tiesto, features over 35,000 square feet of outdoor space complete with outdoor seating, loud music and a stage. Perfect for a relaxed and casual night out with friends, the colorful courtyard features six new restaurants housed in colorful containers and plenty of outdoor seating and fans to keep you cool during the hot Miami nights.
Food options include Los Buenos the sister taquería of Wynwood’s Coyo Taco, gyozas and dumplings from Buya Dumplings & Buns, specialty fried chicken sandwiches from CHIKIN, and Mediterranean mezze galore from Mr. Mandolin, a new concept by the team behind Mandolin Aegean Bistro. Huacachina the courtyard’s lounge offers awesome craft cocktails both in its outdoor seating area, its indoor bar and its private dining room.
NYC’s popular pizza joint Prince Street is also making its Miami debut with a new location at The Oasis where patrons can now try slices of original spicy pepperoni square by the dozen! Meanwhile, Prince Street’s acclaimed NY neighbor, Alidoro has also arrived at the 305 to bring Miamians their famous Italian subs along with creamy burrata dishes and plenty more deliciousness!
However, Tower Bar takes the prize for the most striking post at The Oasis. Patrons can order plenty of drinks and other refreshments at this central bar which they can then enjoy while admiring this monumental structure made out of six shipping containers and which is covered in a colossal mural by renowned Spanish artist Antonyo Marest.
Live performances and loud music are also the protagonists at this wonderful new urban enclave which will be holding special live shows every weekend along with other more casual DJ performances throughout the week.
But it sounds like fun at The Oasis won’t stop there — Plenty more things are in the works for the near future at The Oasis including rotating art installations, plays, comedy and stand-up acts, poetry events and community events as well as retail shops including a café and a fitness studio. Spotify’s Miami headquarters are also set to land at The Oasis soon. With all of this and more to come, it does really sounds like The Oasis could be Miami’s next cultural hub!
The Oasis is now open daily from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Alidoro, Buya Dumplings, CHIKIN, Mr. Mandolin, Los Buenos, and Prince Street Pizza will be open from noon to midnight Sunday to Wednesday, and noon to 2 a.m Thursday to Saturday.
[Featured image: Instagram / @oasiswynwood]