Lionel Messi is eating good in the neighborhood.
The soccer superstar dropped into Cote Korean steakhouse in Miami’s Design District Sunday night, and brought along a few pals — plus a souvenir.
On the Michelin-starred restaurant’s Instagram account, the Argentine icon is seen with one of his bosses, Inter Miami co-owner Jorge Mas, and two of his current (and past) teammeates, Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets.
The party was apparently a “grand celebration” to fete the ballers for their incredible win over Nashville SC on Aug. 20. Messi, and his awesome footwork, helped give Miami its first-ever championship with the Leagues Cup trophy.
In the snap, Mas holds the silver hardware, a 22-pound bowl atop a pedestal, grinning like mad.
In another picture, Cote shows off a giant ice sculpture of the Inter Miami logo. And in another, two bottles of Dom Pérignon Plénitude 2, which is not your average champagne.
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“It’s ... dancing,” Dom Pérignon chief winemaker Vincent Chaperon says of the vintage bubbly that retails for $500 and up. “It’s certainly the most ethereal, the most airy, the most gravity-defying wine of our operation.”
Also special about the two bottles displayed at Cote: One was emblazoned with “DB,” team co-owner David Beckham’s initials; the other, “LM,” for, well, you-know-who.
Want to feel like you’re the king of the (soccer) world, too? Believe it or not, Cote is included in the annual Miami Spice promotion, where you can tuck into a high rollers’ lunch for $35, through Sept. 30.