It is rare not to encounter athletes, local politicians, artists or simply thousands of locals enjoying just that, LIFE, at GreenStreet.

Breakfast is a must, but so is lunch, dinner and the late night as it is GreenStreet’s philosophy to always serve good food.

At GreenStreet, whether inside or on our amazing terrace, chill, unwind, people watch and comfort your palate.

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“Most people in the Grove might be surprised to find out that there is even an inside to the GreenStreet Café. It’s nice enough, but, really, you’re missing half the fun if you’re not on a plush velvet couch along Main Highway or under umbrellas alongside Commodore Plaza in plain sight of slow moving rubberneckers. GreenStreet manages to mix regulars, with locals of note (celebs, athlete and politicos) and even tourists in equal measure. The menu is similarly eclectic and draws crowds for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The happy hour offerings, regular and late night, are plentiful with daily specials.”

Best Sunday BrunchMiami New Times

“Sidewalk spots don’t get more popular (and many say more delicious) than GreenStreet, where the Grove’s young and gregarious congregate at sunset. The menu of high-end pub fare ranges from roasted vegetable and goat cheese lasagna and mesclun endive salad to blackened mahimahi and braised short ribs with polenta. It’s also a great late-night eating and drinking spot. Happy hour specials draw in the crowds.”

American in Coconut GroveLonely Planet

“Leisurely sidewalk dining” is the draw at this “fun corner spot” with zany, oversized “red sofas” in the “heart of Coconut Grove”, where “good”, moderately priced Mediterranean-influenced fare is served with a side of “fabulous people-watching”; weekend brunch is “a big hit with the locals”, so “go early” or “be prepared to wait!”

Bustling American Eatery with a Big MenuZagat
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