Al fresco dining just got a chic upgrade, thanks to Dior's new pop-up café on the garden terrace of its Miami Design District women’s boutique.
Located on the boutique’s third-floor outdoor terrace, the Dior café continues a longstanding tradition first established by Monsieur Christian Dior and the desire to spread his love for the art of entertaining and his taste in art de vivre. In keeping with this spirit, the new café offers seated table service featuring a concise menu of coffee, teas, juices and assorted fruits and pastries.
Upon entering the space, guests will discover a prominent Toile de Jouy theme, recently modernized by Artistic Director Maria Grazia Chiuri for the Cruise 2019 collection with the addition of unexpected animals such as tigers, giraffes and bears. This iconic 18th century French print, which from 1947 adorned the walls of Monsieur Dior’s first boutique at 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris, is found throughout the space on decorative pillows and printed directly onto the terrace decking. Wild animals from the Toile de Jouy’s pastoral scenes are brought to life as oversized 3D sculptures that “roam” the space and hang from the trees, transporting you into a magical realm throughout the café.
The pop-up café is only open for a limited time so don't miss your chance to enjoy this chic dining experience. The cafe is now open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. at 162 NE 39th Street.