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Miami Outdoor Dining, In Pictures

PHOTO: Karli Evans
Updated July 15th, 2020

On July 9, Miami restaurants were forced to pivot once again when the county declared a temporary ban on indoor dining. But after some initial confusion, Mayor Carlos Giménez stated that outdoor dining would still be allowed. Since then, some Miami restaurants have been scrambling to set up outdoor tables. In Wynwood, places like KYU and Zak the Baker are taking advantage of loosened restrictions and converting street parking into seating areas. The Miami Downtown Development Authority is also leading an initiative to help restaurants in its neighborhood do the same.

Below, we put together a photo series highlighting how some restaurants in Wynwood, Downtown, and MiMo are adapting - plus some Instagram shots of other places around Miami.

Over Under in Downtown / Photo by Karli Evans
Butcher Shop in Wynwood / Photo by Karli Evans
KYU in Wynwood / Photo by Karli Evans
KYU in Wynwood / Photo by Karli Evans

Photo by Karli Evans
Café Bastille in Downtown / Photo by Karli Evans

Three Rooftop in Wynwood / Photo by Karli Evans
Zak the Baker in Wynwood / Photo by Karli Evans

Photo by Karli Evans
Phuc Yea in Wynwood / Photo by Karli Evans
Blue Collar in MiMo

La Placita in MiMo / Photo by Karli Evans
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