Lincoln Eatery Welcomes 5 New Concepts


In early 2019, The Lincoln Eatery debuted in Miami Beach as the city’s first modern food hall. Since then it has continuously grown and improved, adding fresh concepts and scheduling fun and interactive events regularly. The food hall’s newest move is the addition of five new purveyors, with two of them, Market Milkshake Bar and Cilantro 27, having opened this past July.

Cilantro 27 introduces sustainable Peruvian fare to Miami—with scrumptious ceviche dishes such as the famous Tiger’s Milk Glass ($8-$10), served with Peruvian corns and plantain chips, and the refreshing Lujoso Ceviche ($15), served with Key West shrimp, grapefruit, avocado, cucumber and leche de tigre. Cilantro 27 combines traditional flavors with modern techniques and is helmed by Chef Nilton Castillo, a native of Lima, Peru who worked under some of the world’s most acclaimed chefs, including Daniel Boulud and Jose Andres.

Douglas Alvarado’s Market Milkshake Bar brings something sweet to the table with massive Instagram-worthy milkshakes and dream-inducing toppings. The bar’s three best-selling milkshakes are Cookies and Cream, Nutella, and Guava and Cheese; but they offer even more mouthwatering flavors such as Key Lime Pie, Ferrero Rocher, and Dulce de Leche, among others. Tasty toppings double as embellishments with mini Nutella bottles, chocolatey pirouette cookies, and more making for an aesthetically pleasing sight!

Cubanitos, a traditional Cuban café, will open this fall. Inspired by the streets of Havana, Cubanitos will serve up Cuban staples including Cuban sandwiches, the Ultimate Ropa Vieja, with shredded beef served with plantains, rice and salad; and the Vegan Picadillo, a meatless dish of spiced lentils, potatoes, tomatoes, olives and raisins, served with rice.

Sky Yard is a rooftop bar experience that opened this summer, created by a local hospitality group, The Loyal Fellas Management Group. Designed by partner Roberto Fernandez, Sky Yard presents plush lounge seating, al fresco dining options, tropical-inspired mixology and live entertainment, including renowned names in EDM. Further additions to the bar will open within the next few months, including two pergolas, yard games, golf simulators, pool tables, and air hockey. The food menu has a wide variety of influences from steakhouse-inspired bites to Asian-inspired raw dishes with a Latin twist.

La Esquina de Tony, a part of Sky Bar that was also opened during the summer, is a ground-level bar nestled inside The Lincoln Eatery—inspired by the iconic movie character Antonio (Tony) Montana of Scarface. This nostalgic bar will feature Spanish-like tapas cuisine, all under the supervision of Chef Partner Ezequiel Zingoni. The beverage program will include exotic mojitos & caipirinhas, helmed by mixologist Andre Chirinos. Mojitos will be on the menu for $7 all day every day “in Tony’s honor.” Weekly programming featuring local musicians, and a happy hour from 2 to 7 p.m. including $1 beers, $4 wine by the glass and $7 cocktails, will also be offered.