Zoom Zoom: New Menu Items, Returning Favorites Announced for FORMULA 1®CRYPTO.COM MIAMI GRAND PRIX 2024

Miami GP Media Communications

MIAMI, Fla. (April 9, 2024) – After an action-packed weekend of racing in 2023 with a record 270,491 fans in attendance, the FORMULA 1® CRYPTO.COMMIAMI GRAND PRIX returns to the Miami International Autodrome May 3–5, 2024 for its third year, providing an unparalleled fan experience, enhanced by exciting new hospitality offerings. Cultures from around the globe, reflective of Miami’s electric food scene, will be represented across Campus through local business partnerships, community-owned eateries, and some of Miami’s best culinarians, curated by campus food and beverage provider Sodexo Live!.


Both enticing new concepts and returning fan favorites will be featured. An array of offerings from Sodexo Live! Executive Chef Jonathan Cowan will also be available in premium spaces, featuring dishes like baked stone crab dip, fried cheese tequeños, a special taco bar lunch on Cinco De Mayo and Venezuelan arepas.


“We look forward to leveling up this world-class event through our new hospitality offerings for 2024, combining international flare and the vibrance of Miami’s food scene, for visiting fans from all over,” said Sal Ferrulo, Executive Vice President, Sodexo Live!. “Now in our third year of this event, we’ve been able to refine the guest experience based on the success of the previous years, and are excited to welcome racing fans from all around the globe to try all that’s new!”    


Renowned guest chefs will also lend their talents and recipes this year in premium spaces, including Italian osteria Casa Isola’s Chef and five-time James Beard Award semifinalist Jose Mendin, Chef Cesar Zapataof modern Vietnamese mash up Phuc Yeah, upscale Latin fare from Chef Michael Schwartz’s Amara at Paraiso, acclaimed Chef Brad Kilgore with his Florida brasserie MaryGold’s, and eats from Karla Hoyos’ authentic Mexican restaurant Tacotomia


Around Campus, fans can also look forward to these new concepts:

  • Local craft beers and bites from Cerveceria La Tropical’s restaurant on top of the Crypto.com terrace.
  • Vide & Estilo Hospitality Group builds upon their success from the past two years by expanding to offer all of their concepts – Havana 1957, Cortadito Coffee House, Cafe AmericanoOh! Mexico and Barsecco – in the Beach Food Hall, giving guests more chances to try some favorite Miami hotspots in one spot.
  • Miami’s Julia & Henry’s food hall will be taking over the West Food Hall on Campus to bring their vendors to hungry race fans, featuring dishes from renowned chefs like Karla Hoyos,James Beard Award winner Michelle Bernstein, and Jose Mendin.

Plus, returning favorites include:

  • Chef Michelle Bernstein’s Sweet Liberty bar and restaurant concept at The MIA Marina and Yacht Club.
  • Harry’s Pizza, Tacotomia, and Pubbelly Sushiare back for their third year in the West Food Hall.
  • Ossobucco’s Argentinian Grill and Oro Pizza can be found again at the North Food Garage.
  • Piper Heidsieck Champagne Garden featuringElla’s Oysters returns in a new location – The Fountains – offering a great seat during the Podium Ceremony.


Since the inaugural Formula 1® Crypto.com MiamiGrand Prix, local minority-owned businesses have brought their eats and drinks to the event, and this year’s concepts include:

  • Drinks on Me 305
  • Food Junkies
  • Soulfly
  • La Vela Coffee
  • Italian Vice
  • Reggae Beets
  • House of Flava
  • Conch Crazy
  • Pretty Healthy Café
  • Best French Fries


Plus, additional local partners found around Campus that will offer a true taste of Miami’s diverse food scene include:

  • Cheeseburger Baby
  • Oceana Coffee
  • Editor Pizza
  • Dos Croquettas
  • Bodega
  • Sushi Maki
  • Novecento
  • Suviche
  • Omakai
  • Fuku
  • Sando
  • Pluma Chicken Co
  • Tacology
  • That’s Amore Pizza
  • Aubi & Ramsa 21+ Ice Cream
  • Angie’s Epicurean
  • La Dolce Vita
  • Casa Tua
  • Major Food Group
  • Groot Hospitality


For more information, visit F1MiamiGP.com.

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