Fast-casual concept Miami Grill opened a new flagship location in Kissimmee, Fla.
Positioned near the tourist areas anchored by the Orlando theme parks, the new 2,400-square-foot restaurant offers seating for 62, will be open late night and has a double window drive-thru to provide expedited service.
“It’s the first time we are building the new prototype from the ground up,” said Jonathan H. Vogel, chief operating officer for Miami Grill. “We are thrilled to be part of such a vibrant community, and we look forward to bringing the sizzle of South Beach to Kissimmee.”
The new restaurant comes on the heels of the Miami Grill & Bar that opened in Daytona Beach earlier this year.
The broad menu includes signature items such as Philly cheesesteaks, wings and gyros as well as burgers, grilled chicken and fish, salads, beer and wine as well as Miami Grill’s signature seasoned fries. The menu also includes a Latin flare by way of Cuban sandwiches, empanadas, tostones, Materva as well as Jupina soft beverages and imported Latin Presidente beer.
The chain started with a single restaurant in Key West, Florida in 1983 called Mr. Submarine. From there, it experienced growth as Miami Subs during the 1990s. In 2012, Miami Subs partnered with musician Pitbull as an equity partner and rebranded as Miami Grill.