Located in Miami’s vibrant financial district, Barsecco is an establishment that seamlessly blends the warmth of European charm with the city’s electrifying energy. From the moment you step onto its breezy, canopied terrace, you’re enveloped in a welcoming ambiance that promises a memorable experience.
That memorable experience is different depending on when you visit. Come early for a more relaxed dining experience, or come late for the ultimate party. This flexibility makes Barsecco the ideal destination for any occasion, whether you’re seeking a laidback afternoon or a lively night out.
One thing you can count on: Exquisite food and cocktails are available all day and night long. First, let’s talk food. The main menu features international influences galore; expect to see everything from Sicilian arancini and golden fried calamari to Asian street tacos, miso seabass, and margherita pizzas.
Brunch, happy hour, and late-night menus are also worth a look, with their own unique selections. We love that you can visit at almost any time and find something different; it keeps us on our toes. The vast number of offerings also ensure everybody has something to nibble on.
Cocktail aficionados will also find a lot to like about Barsecco and their creative libations. Whether you’re a fan of classic drinks like the Aperol spritz or negroni, or you prefer to explore more adventurous concoctions, Barsecco’s bar doesn’t disappoint.
Just know that the signature drinks tend to have sweeter profiles, but the talented bar team can make just about anything. Our favorites: the Bourbon Secco and the Ginsecco, both of which are refreshing creations topped with prosecco. They’re some of the less sweet options on the list.
As we touched upon earlier, Barsecco isn’t just a restaurant and bar—it’s a party. Once the sun goes down, this becomes one of Brickell’s premier nightlife destinations. The energetic atmosphere fueled by live music and DJ sets, coupled with impeccable service and a stylish ambiance, makes for a fun time any time. Bottles and hookah are available; we suggest reservations if you’re a large party. Fun fact: This place is open late seven days a week.
In short, whether you’re a local resident or just visiting Miami, Barsecco is a must. It serves up a slice of Miami without being stuffy and with a ton of great food. To sum it up in one word, Barsecco is fun.