Open Kitchen | Our Story
Where artisanal cuisine meets cozy vibe. Open Kitchen serves all-day eats Monday to Friday from 8am-6pm & Thursday night dinners from 6:30-9:30pm.
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Get to Know Open Kitchen
All day eats! Since 2011, Open Kitchen’s been your go-to with comfort classics, made-to-order sandwiches and salads and maybe a little something for dessert. Brighten your day with our something-for-everyone menu and signature hospitality.
Make Thursday night special with our intimate dinners. Each Thursday evening, Open Kitchen prepares a special seasonal menu. Guests become friends over a shared meal. It’s like a weekly dinner party.
Shop our marketplace. Bring home the ingredients we use in our kitchen. Our curated products include Italian olive oils, heirloom beans, hand-crafted jams, aged balsamic, and artisanal pastas.
Sip and explore Open Kitchen’s own curated wine collection. We specialize in growers from Argentina and the Mediterranean.
Get into the craft beer craze. Open Kitchen sources a variety of different producers, including local Miami brewers.
Chef/owner Ines Chattas’ vibrant cuisine, polished professionalism and attention to detail comes from 20 years of culinary experience. Her sense of welcome, of caring for guests by providing outstanding service and the dishes that speak to your heart comes naturally.
Born in Buenos Aires, Chattas comes from a warm, far-flung extended family with “such a mix of backgrounds that I was exposed to so many different foods and traditions — my great grandma Nani’s apple strudel and Jewish holiday meals, my Grandma Mona’s rice pudding, potato gratin, arroz con pollo, and crab mayo, my dad’s paté and Cafe de Paris butter for the steaks, grilled kidneys and weekend asados, my stepdad Pepe’s Syrian cooking, my mom’s veal scaloppine, deviled eggs and flan. And I cannot forget my Aunt Susana who lived in France. My seasons staying at her house and the exposure to all those amazing French foods and ingredients. They all leave their imprint.” Ines wants Open Kitchen guests to feel the same way, like you’re coming home.
Contact Ines at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ines was featured in VoyageMIA — read the article here.