Popular Miami Squeeze restaurant opens second location (includes video story)

The popular Miami Squeeze opened its second restaurant in Midtown on April 10.

The project has been in the works for the last eight months.

“We decided to open a restaurant during a pandemic due to the big demand for healthy food,” said Warren Amar, owner of Miami Squeeze. “We actually locked in the lease during corona times and we’ve been moving forward ever since.”

The original Miami Squeeze, a family-operated business that has been catering to North Miami Beach for over 25 years, will continue providing healthy food at accessible prices in its second location.

The restaurant offered free smoothies to the first 150 guests, served free hummus with every order and showcased its best sellers.

“It’s nice to have a good environment to eat,” said Elie Hazan. “I love it!”

The new restaurant is located at 3252 NE 1st Ave #117. For more information visit MiamiSqueeze.com.

Racquel Lewis is a Miami native who enjoys botany, comedy, theatre, and culinary arts. She is currently an assistant editor at Caplin News while also attending Florida International University as a Broadcast Media major. Her goals are to have her own show and to get an Emmy.