With unique amenities like an on-site Whole Foods Market and wine lockers, an unbeatable location, and impeccable design, Monarc at Met 3 redefines luxury living with our high-rise Downtown Miami apartments. Monarc at Met 3 is situated near the best dining Downtown Miami has to offer.
Enjoy high-end surf and turf at The Capital Grille. Known for their fresh seafood and dry aged steaks, this restaurant focuses on artfully prepared exceptional ingredients. Not only is the food top-notch, the design and architecture create an ambiance that can’t be beat. The Capital Grille is a perfect option for a romantic candle-lit meal.
This international chain of restaurants has a humble beginning in 1930s Venice, Italy. Giuseppe Cipriani opened the doors to his first establishment, Harry’s Bar, and four generations later, his name lives on thorough Cipriani. With its waterfront location off the Miami River, patrons can enjoy beautiful views of Biscayne Bay while eating traditional and authentic Italian cuisine.
This Peruvian eatery is a Downtown Miami favorite. CVI.CHE 150 is well known for its traditional dishes and its unique and creative ceviches. Chef and Owner Juan Chipoco is a Lima native who tries to share Peruvian culture through his culinary masterpieces. CVI.CHE 150 is one of few places in this area for reasonably priced, quality seafood.
Inspired by their early childhood in northern Italy, brothers Emanuele and Roberto Bearzi opened this restaurant in 2006. Using Florida’s fresh produce and local seafood, the menu is always changing and offers daily specials. Ristorante Fratelli Milano Cucina Italiana also focuses on offering humble, traditional Italian food at a fair price. Enjoy your meal outdoors on the patio or inside for a casual, yet elegant atmosphere.
Miami’s diversity creates a unique cultural experience that combines international cuisine, artwork, and all kinds of entertainment. Our high-rise Downtown Miami apartments brings the best of the city to your doorstep. Schedule a visit to find your new home at Monarc at Met.