Miami-based restaurant PINCHO has opened a new location in Hard Rock Stadium, bringing its Latin-inspired food to the venue.
PINCHO has earned a loyal following in Miami for elevating the fast-casual dining experience and redefining the standard for fresh, premium food. With an innovative menu that’s constantly evolving, fans of the brand have come to expect mouth-watering options that break the mold of the stereotypical burger joint. In addition to its famous burgers, PINCHO serves rice bowls, salads, wraps, skewers (pinchos) and sandwiches.
“As the home of the Miami Dolphins and a destination for world-class entertainment events, Hard Rock Stadium is an integral part of the culture here in Miami,” said Otto Othman, CEO and co-founder of PINCHO. “We’re honored and proud to offer our award-winning food options like the PINCHO burger and skewers at our new location in Hard Rock Stadium.”
Hard Rock Stadium serves as home to the Miami Dolphins, the Miami Open, University of Miami football, and Orange Bowl, while also being utilized for major concerts, international soccer matches, and a host of other events. In addition, it will host Super Bowl LIV in February and the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship. The facility underwent a $755 million, multi-year renovation that has elevated the guest experience.
Bursting into Miami’s culinary scene nearly nine years ago, the idea for PINCHO was conceived at a Fourth of July barbecue by cousins Otto Othman, Nedal Ahmad and Nizar Ahmad. The opening in Hard Rock Stadium marks the 12th location for the brand as it continues to build on its loyal following in South Florida.
Image of Hard Rock Stadium courtesy Miami Dolphins. Above image courtesy PINCHO.