STK Miami opens at the new ME Miami hotel

The new restaurant encompasses nearly 4,900 square feet.

The ONE Group Hospitality announced the opening of STK Miami in the new ME Miami hotel. Located in the heart of Downtown Miami on Biscayne Boulevard, the experience-driven hotel sits among the city’s major cultural attractions, including the American Airlines Arena, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and Museum Park.

Miami is a city that has welcomed and embraced the STK brand for many years, and we are thrilled to be a part of ME by Meliá’s first U.S. location,” said Jonathan Segal, CEO, The ONE Group. “STK Miami is our second opening in Florida this year, following Orlando, and marks another milestone in our plan to strategically expand the company.”

Encompassing nearly 4,900 square feet, the restaurant features artwork from local artists DuWerks, Derek Hunter, Katy Hirschfeld and the DOWW. ICRAVE, The ONE Group’s longtime design partner, created a space that reflects the brand’s signature style with a splash of Miami flavor. In addition to the STK restaurant, The ONE Group will provide comprehensive food-and-beverage services for the hotel. ME Miami expands the company’s current relationship with Meliá Hotels International, which includes similar partnerships with ME London and ME Milan.

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