Over the weekend, Max Verstappen, accompanied by his girlfriend Kelly Piquet, DJ Martin Garrix, and 11 other friends and family members, celebrated his second Miami Grand Prix victory at the Michelin Guide-endorsed Doya, a stylish Greek restaurant located in the Wynwood Arts District.
The group relished craft cocktails and a delectable selection of Mediterranean shared plates, while the restaurant patrons applauded their arrival at around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday.
They were seated in a semi-private area, affording glimpses of the two-time F1 champion, and stayed beyond 1 a.m., closing the restaurant. Verstappen joyfully conversed with the restaurant's owners, Executive Chef Erhan Kostepen, Jerry Böck, and Rob van den Blink, and gladly took pictures with admirers.
About DOYA Restaraunt
Looking for the perfect modern Aegean meze with Turkish accents? Based in the heart of Wynwood, DOYA pairs Greek and Turkish cultures and sticks to the pure tradition of preparing food over wood fires and coals. The cold meze includes favourites such as the Cretan feta, octopus salad or the haydari, a garlic yogurt. Enjoy the hot meze specials such as the manti beef dumplings, Adana spiced lamb kebab or mussels in a white wine sauce.