The pop-up restaurant, housed in the Rudolf Budja Gallery - offers a multi-sensory, high-tech dining experience through a combination of lighting, projections, sounds, scents, and of course, food. Taking inspiration from Ultraviolet in Shanghai, China - the first restaurant of its kind uniting food with multi-sensory technology to create an immersive dining experience.
As befitting the theme - the 'ocean positive' menu is an ode to the sea overseen by Scott Linquist of Como Como Miami and Coyo Taco. Expect an eight-course menu of inventive dishes with a focus on sustainable produce - served in a dining room full of animated panels, video projections, sound and light shows. Dinner is priced from $225 per person.
For every pair of tickets sold, Hidden Worlds Miami are donating a portion of sales to its charity partners, which include Clean Miami Beach, Oceanic, Beneath the Waves and Pangea Seed. The attraction has already been designated an official United Nations Decade of Ocean Science activity.