© 2024 Airport Experience® News​

Viena Brings A Taste of Brazil To MIA

Viena, a Brazilian restaurant chain, has opened its first U.S. location in Miami International Airport (MIA). The restaurant, which is located pre-security on the top floor of the MIA Hotel, is almost 10,000 square feet in size and is operated by IMCMV Holdings, a U.S. subsidiary of the Brazil-based International Meal Company Alimentação S.A.

Now the largest pre-security restaurant at MIA, Viena serves farm-to-table European and Brazilian cuisine, including bolinho de bacalau (salt cod fritters), pão de queijo (Brazilian cheese bread) and the caipirinha, Brazil’s national cocktail. Other menu selections include meat, fish, pasta dishes, salads, sandwiches and wood-fired flatbreads.

If you are a current subscriber, to access this content.

If you would like to become a subscriber, please visit us here.