Inspired by the feeling of long summer days spent by the water, The Hampton Social brings its sunny decor, coastal-inspired cuisine and handcrafted cocktails to Miami when the restaurant opens its doors on February 21, 2024. Located on the second floor of Mary Brickell Village, The Hampton Social promises to deliver on its “rosé all day” motto with an extensive wine list and playful beverages like the signature Hampton Frosé. The nautically-designed space overlooks South Miami Avenue and is the ideal new spot for weekend brunch, lunch, dinner and happy hour. Created by hospitality leader Brad Parker, founder of Parker Hospitality, The Hampton Social Miami marks the group’s tenth location nationwide and fourth outpost in Florida.

The Hampton Social was created with the idea of transporting its guests to the seaside escape of New York’s most famous vacation spot.

“We try to encompass the transformational experience,” says Brad Parker. “When you walk into The Hampton Social, you’re sent to another place; you feel like you’re on vacation. Socializing has always been central to our concept and our space is designed for you to stay, hang out with friends and enjoy really great food, cocktails and, of course, rosé.”

Perched atop Mary Brickell Village, The Hampton Social showcases an elevated nautical theme, with seating for 300 guests inside and on the outdoor terrace. Guests will walk into what feels like a sunny seaside Hamptons home, drawing in visitors with its airy blue and white decor. Coastal-inspired elements such as rope and wicker are featured along with exposed wooden beams, white-washed wooden tables and statement chandeliers made of glittering seashells. Spanning more than 8,000 square feet, the restaurant’s dining room features large windows that flood the space with natural light and will open during Miami’s cooler months. A lovely semi-private “breakfast nook” area is great for smaller groups and a private dining space, featuring its own outdoor balcony, serves as a great spot to host large celebrations like bachelorette parties, engagements and more.

On the menu, New England-inspired offerings feature a variety of fresh, coastal favorites with highlights like the Maine-Style Lobster Roll, Grilled Octopus and the Sparkling Seafood Tower. The menu also features a number of bites meant for sharing and socializing like the Bang Bang Chicken, Coopers Beach Calamari and Crab + Shrimp Bruschetta. The Hampton Social is known for its stellar weekend brunch with signature dishes including the Crab Cake Benedict, Avocado Toast and the Sunrise Beach Bowl.

Rosé is in The Hampton Social’s DNA The restaurant & bar features a wine list focused on rosé wines and handcrafted cocktails. From traditional to sparkling rosés from France, Italy and California, The Hampton Social taps into its “rosé all day” theme with more than 15 different wines to choose from. The Hampton Social’s new rosé brand, H Rosé, will also be available on tap and bottle (starting in June).. Served year round, the signature Hampton Frosé tops off the rosé offerings. An extensive selection of handcrafted cocktails and mocktails are also available. Signatures include the I Gliterally Can’t, Starlet Espresso Martini and The Honey Cove, all available by the glass or opt for the large format offering, which comes to the table in a giant seashell.

The Hampton Social will open for dinner, with lunch and brunch to follow. Guests can make reservations online through OpenTable.

The Hampton Social Miami is the fourth Florida location with existing restaurants in Orlando, Naples and Delray Beach. Miami marks the brand’s 10th location in the U.S., with additional restaurants in Illinois and Nashville, Tennessee. Later this year, Parker Hospitality will continue to expand with three other locations of The Hampton Social in Denver, CO.; Atlanta, GA.; Dallas, TX.

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