INK plans to expand footprint with 5 new openings in South Florida

INK plans to expand footprint with 5 new openings in South Florida

INK Entertainment, a hospitality and entertainment company, has recently announced plans to expand its U.S. footprint with 5 new openings across South Florida in the next 8 months. The five new openings will join the existing and highly lauded restaurant, Byblos Miami, and help the company drive significant growth in the South Florida market.

INK, managed by visionary entrepreneurs like Ricardo Tabet, Danny Soberano, and Charles Khabouth, is among the well-known and avant-grade entertainment firms, controlling hospitality venues and properties across North America. Initially, its expansion plan will begin with an injection into the Miami market. It apparently operates a range of properties across Canada and the U.S., including Taglialatella Galleries, Cabana Poolbar, Rebel, Byblos, Amal, KOST, Sofia, Akira Back, and Bisha Hotels, Resorts and Residences.

As a part of South Florida expansion, INK is planning to unveil three of the openings at 640 Ocean Drive in Miami Beach. These new restaurants will offer an elevated Ocean Drive experience to both locals and visitors, repositioning the entertainment district thoroughfare as one of the art and culture destinations.

Meet Dalia, a Mediterranean restaurant, is slated to launch in August 2021. This restaurant will offer a modern interpretation of varied classic dishes designed by Patrick Ochs, INK’s executive chef, with a focus on using fresh ingredients. In addition, a neighborhood spot for dinner, lunch, and late-night amaro, Meet Mia, will be opened in September 2021. In late 2021, a raw bar will be the 3rd concept launched by the entertainment company within the walls of the Art Deco building.

Moreover, INK will open its 4th concept known as Amal at 3480 Main Highway. This modern Lebanese restaurant and rooftop is aimed at authentically embodying the spirit of Lebanese culture. Finally, the company is planning to bring another concept to the Miami Design District with its to-be-announced restaurant in the budding neighborhood where luxury retail and hospitality reign supreme.