Major Food Group (MFG), the creative force behind some of America’s most celebrated restaurants, continues its South Florida expansion with the opening of acclaimed all-day dining institution Sadelle’s in Coconut Grove. The concept, which first opened in downtown Manhattan in 2016, is a lifestyle as much as a restaurant: a breakfast-centric haven, power-lunch hotspot, and energetic dinner destination all in one. Named after MFG Co-Founder Jeff Zalaznick’s great grandmother, the New York-inspired restaurant attracts a worldly clientele in search of leisurely sophistication and some of the best bagels in America, among many other signature dishes.
Sadelle’s Coconut Grove marks the first MFG project in the historic Grove neighborhood, since the company established roots in the Miami region all throughout 2021 with CARBONE in the South of Fifth neighborhood, the private membership venue ZZ’s Club in the Design District, and HaSalon on 5th and Washington. Led by Co-Founders Mario Carbone, Jeff Zalaznick, and Rich Torrisi, MFG now operates a global portfolio of over 30 restaurants, private clubs, and hotels. The luxury brand will launch several additional Miami projects in the coming months and recently announced MAJOR., a forthcoming residential tower in Brickell built in collaboration with JDS Development, which will be the tallest high-rise in the city upon completion.
“We couldn’t have found a more perfect home for Sadelle’s than this corner of Coconut Grove. Our mission now is to create the sophisticated and ridiculously delicious all-day anchor that one of Miami’s most elegant neighborhoods deserves—and to show everyone a very good time, from morning through night.” – Jeff Zalaznick, MFG Co-Founder
Sadelle’s Coconut Grove in Detail, and Future Plans
In December, the enduringly popular New York institution Sadelle’s will debut in Coconut Grove at the coveted intersection of Tigertail and Mary Streets. With ample outdoor space surrounded by lush greenery, the Coconut Grove outpost will bring the show-stopping bagel towers, meticulously chopped salads, sliced-to-order salmon, triple-decker sandwiches, and lively, refined style of all-day dining the brand is famous for—as well as a made-for-Miami dinner program that’s poised to become a Coconut Grove essential. Menu highlights include caviar service, a selection of pristine raw seafood, The Sadelle’s Burger, a spicy chicken sandwich, a glazed Asian ribeye, and the restaurant’s first pizzas ever.
The location’s design follows the signature Sadelle’s style created by the renowned Ken Fulk, Inc, longtime MFG collaborators who have also conceived such celebrated, grand spaces as Carbone Miami and ZZ’s Club. Coconut Grove will be the fifth Sadelle’s in operation, following the original in New York City’s Soho, an outpost in the Bellagio Las Vegas, the recently opened location at Kith’s flagship store in Paris, France, and a soon-to-debut version at the luxury shopping destination Highland Park Village in Dallas, Texas.
In 2022, that number will grow as Sadelle’s joins several markets and launches at 1212 Lincoln Road, an innovative new retail project at the crossroads of Alton and Lincoln Road in Miami Beach.
Sadelle’s is a modern ode to New York’s classic tradition of all-day dining. Since opening its first location in the heart of SoHo in 2016, the brand has reached iconic status thanks to its urbane, celebratory atmosphere and a menu of hits, including some of the best bagels served anywhere. Among its many accolades, Sadelle’s was named an essential brunch destination by Harper’s BAZAAR and Cosmopolitan, and its sticky buns were ranked one of the Best Dishes of 2015 by The New York Times. Sadelle’s currently has outposts in New York, Las Vegas, Miami, and Paris, with Dallas to follow. The restaurant is named after MFG Co-Founder Jeff Zalaznick’s great grandmother.
SADELLE’S COCONUT GROVE
3321 Mary St.
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
Hours of operation:
Wednesday – Friday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
For more information, visit www.sadelles.com/coconut-grove/