Located between the Miami River, Biscayne Bay, and South Miami Avenue, Brickell is home to upscale shopping, big business, glamorous homes, and breathtaking views. Miami Grill Catering has taken catering in Brickell to a new level. Thanks to our team of expert chefs, every bite you take will have the freshest ingredients, most carefully-chosen seasonings, and it will look every bit as good as it tastes. Best of all, our Brickell catering services can be tailored to meet your exact wants and needs. Our experience and knowledge of Brickell and its surrounding areas such as East Little Havana, Brickell Key, Coral Way, The Rhoads, Shenandoah etc.
Brickell Event & Wedding Venues
Miami’s skyscrapers and luxury condo living are also some of the best venues to have your event or wedding catered. If you are lucky enough to reside in, or have a friend (or a friend of a tia) who does, then you can gain access to the party rooms in Icon Brickell Apartments, Infinity, Jade, The Wind, Ivy, Palace, Villa Regina, Imperial, Santa Maria, Brickell Mar, Skyline, or Bristol Towers. These party rooms provide some of the best views Brickell has to offer and make a great venue for a catered event. If you're planning an elegant event -- like a wedding -- our chefs can come up with a gourmet dining experience that wows your guests.
World famous Villa Vizcaya, with its glorious, panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, is often called the finest private house ever built in America. Its exteriors offering the tranquility of the great European gardens of the past. Those who know Vizcaya well embrace this place for both its historic relevance and old world charm. Vizcaya is the most desired wedding venue in Miami.
Barrio Workshop is a beautiful open venue for events, art exhibits, workshops, educational programs, and community building concepts. With beautiful polished cement floors, and almost 2000 sq. feet of open space to create in, we can host large events and intimate gatherings alike. Barrio also has a large outdoor patio, so your events can easily have both an indoor and outdoor element, an arts event inside and live music outside. Barrio Workshop has been a hub of Little Havana and the emerging Cuban Arts scene for several years, but has just remodeled and reopened its doors to welcome you home to the heart of community, creativity, culture and more.
Freedom Tower in Miami, Florida is considered the "Ellis Island of the South” for its role from 1962 through 1974 as the Cuban Assistance Center, offering nationally sanctioned relief to the Cuban refugees who sought political asylum from the regime of Fidel Castro. Today, the Freedom Tower serves the college as its premier exhibition space and gallery. Admission to the exhibition space on the 2nd floor of the building is free and open to the public. There are plans to use the Freedom Tower as the Cuban American Historical Museum in the future. As a beacon of hope and freedom, the Freedom Tower remains a national symbol of the liberty sought and found by Cuban refugees who came to the United States of America at the height of the Cold War conflict.
The Olympia Theater and Office Building is a historic theater in Miami, Florida. It is located at 174 East Flagler Street. The original architect was theatre designer John Eberson, in his 'atmospheric' style. On March 8, 1984, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as an outstanding example of atmospheric theater design, and for its Mediterranean Revival architecture. On April 18, 2012, the American Institute of Architects's Florida Chapter placed the building on its list of Florida Architecture: 100 Years. 100 Places as the Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts.
The Historic Alfred I. DuPont Building is Miami's only Art Deco skyscraper and a representation of Depression Moderne Architecture. Opened on Christmas Day, 1939, the Building was designated an Historic Landmark in 1992 and became a Dade Heritage Trust Inductee in 1999.
The Historic Alfred I. DuPont Building’s Mezzanine level began its utilization as a Special Events Venue in 2001. With elegant historical detail and understatedly opulent decor, the Venue, a former bank headquarters - complete with teller windows and two bank vaults - quickly became a highly sought-after Event Venue for an enterprising clientele looking for Miami style accented with New York glamour. The Venue’s details - bas relief elevator doors, wall-to-wall marble floors, hand painted Cypress wood ceilings, detailed scroll work and intricately detailed brass gates and grates have earned it a spot on numerous "Miami's Best" lists. Comprising the entire 22,000 square foot Mezzanine Level of the Building, The Venue is divided into two distinct ballrooms as well as two service corridors accessing both sides of the Venue.
The Miami Center for Architecture & Design is a wonderful potential venue for your next event. MCAD offers a unique and interactive experience for your guests. Located in the heart of Downtown Miami, MCAD serves as a multi-function venue for events. From workshops to cocktail receptions, sit-down dinners and gallery showcasing, this venue provides you and your guests with a great backdrop for any event. Adorned with American eagles, the building’s original brass doors invite guests to transport from the exterior’s historic design of 1912, to a modern interior of glass walls with a clear view of the first floor, while still maintaining the interior’s historical architectural integrity.
MCAD’s first floor is among the most unique event spaces available in Miami. Richarchitectural details adorn the space including vaulted ceilings, marble floors and large radius arch glass doors that open to the street. With 1,533 sq. ft of event space, the first floor is ideal for space for cocktail receptions, sit-down dinners, gallery shows, seminars and lectures. The space can hold up to 175 people in a reception-style event layout and 85 in a dinner reception layout.
Park Place Event Space & Theatre, a historic site located at 471 NW 3rd Street in Brickell. This building sits on the Miami River and provides versatility for events, featuring an 800-seat theatre, a large reception room, and access to the Lummus Park. It offers a modern environment that is ideal for hosting corporate events and weddings. This space can hold up to 70 people in a reception-style event. The theatre has one of the only existing Skinner Pipe Organs. With the recent renovation, it combines modern design with Old Miami architecture. With ample indoor and outdoor sites, Park Place provides versatility for all types of events, including weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, and corporate events. With use of Lummus Park as an added attraction, potential guests have full use of a multipurpose space which offers a rustic setting on the river. Park Place a venue that combines many advantages and a strong sense of history.
Brickell Parks for Corporate Events
If you're planning a corporate catering event in Brickell, you need food that lives up to this luxury lifestyle!
If you're hosting an outdoor party in Jose Marti Park, Lummus Park, Simpson Park, and Alice Wainwright Park, our BBQ catering is the perfect fit. Set alongside Brickell's amazing view of Biscayne Bay, our pulled pork sliders, bacon mac and cheese, and beef brisket, along with refreshing drink selection, will make your guests enjoy the warm sunshine even more!
At Miami Grill Catering, we don't believe in just churning out food. Instead, we believe in turning your vision of a perfect event, into reality! We have a passion for exceeding your expectations from start to finish. We take pride in creating a one-of-a-kind events that are truly unforgettable!
Jose Marti Park, at 351 SW 4th St., has a pool, gym, playground, and plenty of grounds to relax in. It's right by the river, and you can even see manatees in it! This multipurpose facility is a great option to host your next event in one of the most vibrant parts of town!
Lummus Park in the Brickell and Miami River area is part of the has been the backdrop for many company picnics and corporate events. This riverfront park is one of the most popular destinations in Miami and a must-see for any tourist. There are public restrooms and paved paths for walking or biking but the main amenity is the park itself, an urban oaisis with tall beautiful palm trees.
Simpson Park is a 7.8-acre oasis of tropical hardwood hammock biodiversity in the land of concrete and hectic rush hour traffic called Miami. This City of Miami Park is one of a few small fragments that remain of Brickell Hammock, once the largest most diverse hammock in South Florida. This hammock is a dense forest that grows on a natural elevation of a few inches to a few feet. The canopy of this hammock serves as shelter to many of the native fauna. Also fifteen endangered and nine threatened plant species are present in this forest.
Alice Wainwright Park, near the entrance of Key Biscayne and nicknamed the “park on the bay”, with a view of the city skyline, is a small open green area popular with bikers, runners and picnickers for the free parking, amazing view, and laid-back atmosphere. This neighborhood park isn’t as bustling with activity as some of the bigger ones, but it still has amenities aplenty: two basketball courts (with an ocean view) and a small outdoor gym. The ocean setting offers breathtaking sunsets perfect for a beautiful wedding reception.