Klima Restaurant and Bar Opens with the Gastronomically-inclined in Mind
By Nycole Sariol
This month, South Florida adds yet another gastronomic concept to it’s list of five-star eateries – Klima Restaurant and Bar. The Miami Beach 7,700 square feet restaurant will seat up to 122 guests to partake in its Mediterranean-inspired menu postulated by none other than Executive Chef David Rustarazo. Developed in just six months, the dining hub located off of 23rd Street, will include tasty appetizers such as the truffle with poached eggs and migas, and oysters with ponzu sauce and salmon roe. Aside from pastas, prime meat, and fresh seafood inlaying the entrée portion of the menu, Klima will also delight its guests with a carefully crafted menu of specialty elixirs at its full bar. Though the two-story restaurant is slated to open this month, the upstairs – members only – level of the establishment isn’t due to open until sometime this spring. In the meantime, bring on the shoulder of lamb with a side of couscous, please!