Making a well-planned post-quarantine comeback is Coconut Grove’s Glass and Vine. The shaded restaurant has put the quiet time to fair use, sprucing up their entire menu. The best part is, you won’t have to go far to feel like you’re on a real getaway. Nestled amongst Peacock Park’s lush greenery, this restaurant is a haven filled with expansive outdoor seating and delicious food to match. And don’t worry about the Miami heat—they’ve got you covered, literally. The comfortable seats are all conveniently located under widespread canopies, with large fans blowing the heatwave away. The fare is European, but believe us when we say it will keep you on your toes. This is one of those places where you won’t go wrong with fresh, well-sourced ingredients. The menu is an organic mélange of local seafood and carnivorous entrées. During brunch time, the surf and turf benedict is one for the books—marinated skirt steak and lobster nestled on an English muffin in traditional style with the most perfect poached egg and hollandaise. Oh, and no matter what time of day you’re coming to Glass and Vine, you’ll want to get an order of chorizo and Manchego cheese croquettes for the table. They’re divine.For a light dinner, be sure to make it in time for their happy hour. Relaxing under the waning sun, enjoy the catch of the day ceviche and Mexican-inspired watermelon salad. Feel the sea breeze flowing in. A refreshing craft cocktail and passionfruit cheesecake will only be the crux of the biscuit. 2820 McFarlane Road, Miami, FL 33133. 305-930-8434. glassandvine.comOpen for lunch from Mon-Fri 11:30 am-4 pm; For dinner Sun-Thurs 4-10pm, Fri-Sat 4-11pm; Brunch Sat-Sun 10am-4pm.