Whether you’re planning a gathering of 15 people or 150 people, private dining at Uchi, Uchiko, or Uchibā offers an ideal space to gather for any occasion such as corporate events, birthdays, and other special gatherings.
Kaori is a restaurant and cocktail bar where subtle beauty meets the bold tastes of modern Asian cuisine.
We honor the intricate nature of each ingredient, understanding that every flavor carries with it a piece of cultural heritage and shared past.
We’ve created a space with simplicity in mind that is brought to life through vibrant tastes, eclectic sounds, and genuine human connection.
Upon entrance to the indoor lounge located on the first floor, guests will be greeted by a sophisticated and lush interior perfectly designed for receptions, social events, and industry soirees.
Kaori offers two distinctly unique floors with three different dining areas, which can accommodate up to 120 guests in a seated capacity.
Following the journey through our lounge to the second floor, guests are surrounded by natural elements, fresh plants, and a modern wabi-sabi design that leads to the restaurant offering three different dining spaces with an open kitchen and surrounding view of Brickell.
The first two rooms, named after the Japanese word for "time", encapsulate the essence of time and cherished moments. Toki offers an intimate and exclusive space where unforgettable experiences unfold. It is an ideal space for corporate dinners, birthday celebrations, luncheons, product launches, and more.
Moving along to the south side of the room we find Yume, our private dining area inspired by the Japanese word for "dream". Whether you are celebrating a special occasion, hosting an intimate gathering, or seeking a place to engage in inspired conversations, Yume offers an intimate haven where dreams come alive.
Together with the cuisine, design, and curated sounds, Kaori aims to transport guests through a culinary journey while creating a creative expression, bringing an elevated dining experience in a magical atmosphere.