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EATS.DRINKS.VIBES.


VIETNAMESE INSPIRED. CAJUN INFLUENCED.

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EATS.DRINKS.VIBES.


VIETNAMESE INSPIRED. CAJUN INFLUENCED.

 

PHUC YEA!

In 2011, Phuc Yea opened in downtown Miami as the city's first pop-up concept. Fueled by old school hip hop, graffiti and a love for life, Zapata and Meinhold's rendition of Vietnamese cuisine is deeply inspired by the flavors of the Mekong, but fused with their personal experiences and cooking styles. The food is distinctly 'theirs', vibrant, bold and layered. This is not your classic Viet spot.

Leave your expectations at the door - no pho, no noodles, 100% conceptual.  Well, actually, we sell PHO at HAPPY HOUR, but only at happy hour...

Undoubtedly tongue in cheek, the word "Phuc" actually means "blessings and prosperity."  Today, Phuc Yea has matured and found its brick-and-mortar home in the heart of Miami's MiMo district, an historically designated neighborhood famous for its Art Deco architectural style. 

Built in the former Sir Williams Hotel, Phuc yea sprawls the first level of the building. The space is separated into three areas, a more sophisticated setting offers a lush lobby lounge anchored by a 15' raw bar just at the main entrance of the space perfectly set for oysters and cocktails, speakeasy-esque dining room with private and semi private dining zones are located in the mezzanine level, and the Lantern Garden during the cooler months is in the rear patio. Decor, realized by Saladino Designs, is a combination of mid-century modern sleekness, street art and traditional Asian accents. 

 
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Eat Here Now


Eat Here Now


Phuc Yea is NOT your typical Vietnamese restaurant. We do not serve Pho, we do not do the traditional stir fries and noodle dishes. Eliminate any sort of preconceived notions of "what a Vietnamese restaurant should be."

Phuc Yea does offer an extensive selection of dishes deeply rooted in Vietnamese flavors and ingredients albeit fused with spicy, bold Cajun richness.

Our menu is largely seafood driven, but no fear. We have dishes suited for all dietary needs. Please advise your server of any allergies or specific needs we should be aware of. 

Phuc Yea is inspired by Aniece Meinhold's Vietnamese heritage and Cesar Zapata's Third Coast culinary roots. Under one roof, guests are invited to marvel at Biscayne's blossoming Mimo District; embrace 90's hip-hop, street-cool music; and enjoy Chef Cesar's version of Viet- Cajun cuisine. 

Brunch features a share plate style menu that highlights classic American brunch preparations. It is at brunch, Chef Zapata will feature his Gulf and Southern influences more prominently while still integrating Vietnamese breakfast tradition. 

We look forward to feeding and serving you in the future.

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DRINKS @ PHUC YEA ARE #PHRESHASPHUC


BEST HAPPY HOUR ON BISCAYNE BOULEVARD

DRINKS @ PHUC YEA ARE #PHRESHASPHUC


BEST HAPPY HOUR ON BISCAYNE BOULEVARD

RSVP YOUR ATTENDANCE HERE

Who Are You?!? *
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LATE NIGHT HAPPY HOUR THURSDAY THRU FRIDAY

10PM TO MIDNIGHT

WATCH US ON DECO DRIVE

AND SEE WHY WE ARE ONE OF SHIREEN SANDOVAL'S FAVORITE THINGS! 

BEST OYSTER HAPPY HOUR ON BISCAYNE

HALF PRICED OYSTERS

$6 Craft Cocktails, $5 Bites, $3 Beers

TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY AT THE MAIN BAR.

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW. 


FRIDAYS AT THE LOBBY LOUNGE 5-7PM

(AND LANTERN GARDEN WEATHER PERMITTING)

RSVP FOR LADIES NIGHT:

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305.602.3710 or info@phucyea.com

7100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fl 33138

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The Team


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The Team


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CESAR ZAPATA

CHEF PARTNER

ANIECE MEINHOLD

GM PARTNER