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Restaurants, tap room proposed on Miami River

Brian Bandell
Restaurants, tap room proposed on Miami River

A vacant property on the Miami River downtown could be developed for restaurants and a tap room. On May 6, the Miami River Commission will consider the plans for Riverside Miami, which would have seven restaurants, a tap room and event space at 431 to 451 South Miami Ave. Property owner Miami River Holdings LLC, managed by Richard G. Toledo, Nicolas Mattos, and Isabella Mattos, is seeking a temporary use permit for three years, with the option to extend it for another three years. The 2.53-acre site is between the South Miami Avenue bridge and the Fifth Street Metromover Station.