Spectacular Runway Views From New Restaurant Atop MIA’s In-Terminal Hotel

A new restaurant called Viena has opened on the top floor of Miami International Airport’s hotel offering some of the the best runway views at MIA.

The hotel is located before security, so an airline ticket isn’t required.

Priority Pass customers (included with certain credit cards) dine free when travelling the same day (up to a certain amount)

Guests are able to watch the runway while they dine. Air Italy is seen landing here from Milan, behind a parked Qatar Airways plane:

The menu. We didn’t try the food:

what appears to be a wood burning stove in back:

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Cant wait till the Amex lounge expands, way to crowded.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well your very lucky in the USA to have place’s like this to eat and view .Here in the UK NOTHING !! we seemed to be only a loud to Eat but no View ?

No.
3 years ago

Mediocre at best. Being outside security is also a pain. I’ll stick with the Centurion Loune (when not too crowded) or the Corona Beach House with priority pass (through security, food is just as good as Vienna)

suomynona
3 years ago

Did you forget to post the pics of the “spectacular” views? lolz

Anonymous
3 years ago

Just squint really hard

Anonymous
3 years ago

My thought exactly. 😀

Anonymous
3 years ago

Do they validate parking?

Anonymous
3 years ago

that would be very handy

Anonymous
3 years ago

Airside?

Anonymous
3 years ago

landside, terminal E

Anonymous
3 years ago

Me: Hey honey, it is our date night, lets go to a new restaurant in the airport fight traffic all the way there, pay a high parking fee, walk among a whole bunch of people, some of who have not taken a bath in a while, so we can sit our selves and look at the runaway while we eat. What do you say?
Wife:……….. (cricket noises)…. Do you want to sleep in the couch tonight?
ME: Kidding! I’m only kidding.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
3 years ago

Meh.

Miami Hurricane
3 years ago

I dined at the place in here before this a few times. The interior was a wonderful time capsule from the 1970s / early 80s. However, it had some of the most bland food I have ever had in Miami.