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          The Perfect House for a Pair of Art-Loving Miami Restaurateurs

          See where the owners of the Miami Beach hot spot Casa Tua make a home of their own.

          Douglas Friedman

          Miky and Leticia Grendene have one rule when it comes to hosting: Keep it simple.

          “If guests feel comfortable, their experience will be more memorable,” Miky says. “There is nothing better than sharing time with friends, drinking great wine, enjoying great food, and laughing together.”

          That same spirit animates Casa Tua 500 Internal Server Error

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          Art Basel Miami Beach fair—the Casa Tua owners do love hosting people at their home, a 1941 Colonial that Miky and Leticia designed together.

          A work by Efren Isaza hangs behind a custom sofa and pair of custom chairs.
          Douglas Friedman

          “Every room has its own character—there’s a mix of different styles and a combination of what we love,” Miky says. “We love to travel, so there are pieces we’ve collected from the various places we’ve visited.”

          Miky and Leticia describe the style of their house as timeless and informed by their personalities. Miky often invites guests to help cook in a kitchen that is fit for food lovers. “I want them to feel like family,” he says. A piano and conga drums—for when dinner inevitably transitions into a late-night jam session—are at the ready in the corner of the family room.

          The couple is passionate about art and show off their collection proudly. A large photograph by Vik Muniz hangs above the house’s foyer, and photographs by Horst P. Horst and Fritz Henle, among others, are displayed prominently throughout the home.

          A photograph by Vik Muniz hangs in the stairwell above three pieces by Paulo Nazareth.
          Douglas Friedman

          For Art Basel, the couple will be hosting their own exhibition at Casa Tua called “71%”—named to indicate the amount of space oceans cover on earth, to raise awareness about the effects of climate change. On display will be a selection of artworks about the ocean and water, by artists such as Lynn Davis, Nick Brandt, Herb Ritts, and Muniz. Sale proceeds will benefit Global Wildlife Conservation.

          And after Art Basel? You can be sure to find Miky with the person he will always call his dream dinner guest—Leticia.

          Miky in front of his 1988 Bentley Continental convertible with his chocolate lab, Orso; his poodle, Frida; and Dino, a wheaten terrier.
          Douglas Friedman
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