Opening next month, The Oasis is set to bring a piece of paradise to the center of the Wynwood neighborhood, and provide reprieve from the concrete jungle that surrounds it. The unique space, unlike anything Miami has ever seen, consists of a sprawling outdoor courtyard featuring six premier dining destinations, a “Tower Bar,” and a stage for live performances. In addition, the Oasis is home to Huacachina, an indoor / outdoor cocktail lounge offering guests a large indoor bar, private dining room and its own unique programming and vibe.

This new concert destination and culinary hotspot will feature music programming from top artists, famed New York City staples and local Miami restaurants, all in one expansive outdoor courtyard tucked off of Wynwood’s bustling North Miami Avenue.

The Oasis will offer weekly live performances, cultural events with a focus on art and neighborhood programming, an eclectic blend of food and beverage concepts, retail pop ups, and a bevy of other events. A lush, picturesque floral archway will welcome guests into the open-air, vibrant environment – aptly named, The Oasis.

The 35,000 square foot, outdoor space is sure to be the new pulse of the neighborhood. Sven Vogtland and Alan Drummond, two of the co-founders behind Miami food, nightlife and entertainment mainstays Coyo Taco, 1-800-Lucky, and the new Moxy Hotel on South Beach bring their culinary and entertainment management to the creative space.

The Oasis will feature an outdoor food and beverage experience, offering a diverse blend of dining options, each operating from a colorful, outfitted shipping container. In true Wynwood fashion, the focal point of the spacious outdoor setting is the Tower Bar, constructed from shipping containers and depicting a creative colorful mural by renowned Spanish artist Antonyo Marest.

The Oasis’s food concepts showcase both well-known local chef talents as well as New York City favorites. Alidoro sandwich shop, Italian born, New York City made; Buya Dumplings + Buns: Created by the team behind Buya Ramen and Buya Izakaya; CHIKIN: This fast-casual concept from Scotch + Bacon Hospitality group will bring crispy fried chicken sandwiches, Asian inspired sides and refreshing salads to Miami; Mr. Mandolin by the team behind Mandolin Aegean Bistro; Prince Street Pizza: the legendary SoHo squared pizza outpost; and Los Buenos: The sibling restaurant of the famed Miami eatery, Coyo Taco.

Stepping out of the expansive courtyard, guests can enjoy the venue’s indoor lounge, nestled in the back of the property. Named after the world’s most beautiful oasis, Huacachina, this lounge will take on a different personality entirely, with a focus on expertly crafted cocktails served in a chic yet casual vibe.

Photos courtesy of The Oasis.