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The South Beach restaurant featured on ‘Hustle & Soul’ is finally happening. We think.

Lawrence Page
Lawrence Page

Get ready, Miami.

The star of “Hustle & Soul” is apparently putting the finishing touches on his highly anticipated restaurant,  Pink Tea Cup Villa.

On Wednesday, chef/restaurateur Lawrence Page retweeted a post of a video showing the sign going up at 1542 Washington Avenue in South Beach. The original post came from the Twitter account of The Pink Tea Cup, in NYC.

“We’re about to tear some s–t up!” Page says in a voiceover in the clip.

“PINKTEACUP VILLA is underway South beach, Miami has no idea what’s about to hit ‘em,” reads the caption.

The 5,500 square foot eatery was originally slated to open late December or January, reported The Real Deal.

Page is definitely excited about his new digs.

“We’re going from 30 seats in Brooklyn to 300 in Miami,” the foodie told Parade in March, adding, “It was very tough. I had a very hard year this year.”

I give Big hugs because I got a Big heart, ❤️ Big soul, Big lyfe ,Big recipes , and a Big show and what ever else is big #hustleandsoul #pinkteacupmiami @wetv #wetv

A post shared by Lawrence Page (@lpthechef) on Mar 29, 2018 at 5:50am PDT

Meanwhile, we’ll be waiting with bated breath to check his local place out and are wishing him great success.

If the Villa is anything like his Brooklyn soul food spot, we are pumped.

Who doesn’t want to jam  on some collard greens, grits and chicken and waffles after a long night partying in SoBe?

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