Miami Foodie Guide Hot Spots Brunch Lunch Dinner -Here are a few old favorites and new cult classics to check out on your next trip.
So now that you have room reservations at SOHO BEACH HOUSE MIAMI – You are set . What to expect at SBHM ? White glove service they will pick you up at the airport unpack your bags and leave the other details to their wonderful staff and the most beautiful beach and clubs and the food and drinks absolutely fabulous. Reminder check out the COWSHED SPA amazing and the products are divine .
Miami Foodie Guide Hot Spots 2017
Miami Foodie Guide Hot Spots – Brunch Lunch Dinner if you are like us the cold has us dreaming of warm weather ,salty air ,crisp cocktails and delicious food severe at a location with a lovely view.
Come on pack your bags and lets go Miami !
Let’s start this party with my absolute favorite !
The famous Miami Beach steak-and-wine house, enjoyed by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Richard Burton, and Judy Garland, was originally owned by his father, Al, who purchased the supper club in 1968. The chic restaurant was the place to go for the next two decades, with politicians, celebrities, and the well-heeled dining there. Then, in 1991, a roof fire shuttered the Forge. It was then that Shareef Malnik took the reigns, pledging to restore the restaurant to its former glory.
With its luxurious modern décor, ambiance and philosophy, this award-winning restaurant has undergone a total makeover. The overall design and décor was executed by Francois Frossard. Walls of hand-carved blonde wood and antique mirrors, lilac and white crystal chandeliers, a wall of bubbles – are perfectly interspersed with the historical pieces that adorn the space.
Every diner’s seat is “the best in the house.” The open floor plan of the 6,000-square-foot space allows guests to see and be seen. Executive Chef Julia Doyne presents a 65-item menu along with a delicious Dessert Menu. Finally, there’s a labyrinth-like Wine Cellar with eight-rooms devoted to the rarest vintages in the world, and even a secret, luxury private dining room, which seats up to 25 guests. The bar offers guest 64 Enomatic’s wines by the ounce.
” Reimagined luxury local landmark with upscale farm-to-table fare, extravagant decor & high-tech wine bar.” – Amanda Mills L.A
Address: 432 W 41st St, Miami Beach, FL 33140
Hours: Open daily : 6–11PM
Phone: (305) 538-8533
Tucked away in a chic boutique hotel from hotelier Christina Ong, the latest COMO is comprised of just 74 rooms designed by noted interior designer Paola Navone. Rooms are simple, spare, and elegant, and the in-house Traymore restaurant (so named for the original Deco gem in which it is housed) serves exquisite ceviches, brick oven pizzas, and straight-from-the-sea stews.
2445 Collins Ave., South Beach; +1-305-695-3600
Beaker & Gray
Beaker & Gray is a family business with the mother at the helm and son behind the menu. The food is worldly, meaning it doesn’t come from anywhere specific but is a mixture of many different cuisines. Chef Brian Nasajon suggested this idea because everything is readily available from all cultures and countries. For example, the Mexican cheese Oaxaca is made in a french way.
Beaker & Gray, 2637 N. Miami Ave, Miami
Miami Foodie Guide Hot Spots Brunch Lunch Dinner
This daytime-only haunt is popular for breakfast (smoked salmon scramble) and sweet fixes alike (it offers seven types of mousse alone).
600 Brickell Ave., 305-330-6310; bachourbb.com
The Bunker at 1826
Is it a restaurant or a cool lounge ? Not many are capable of being both, but The Bunker at 1826 is a forward thinking lounge. The seasonally driven menu complements the posh interior and award winning chef Luke Bergman serenades you with his French inspired cuisine. We suggest going in the late evening, while you watch the sunset with your dessert. Afterward head upstairs to the lounge, where privacy and swanky interiors await.
The Bunker At 1826, 1826 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
Miami Foodie Hot Spots Brunch Lunch Dinner
South Beach’s own tricked-out taco truck is open until 5 a.m., making it an obvious after-party joint—complete with a bar attached.
1220 16th St., 305-704-2145; bodegasouthbeach.com
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EAT AT JOE’S
Joe’s Stone Crab
Seafood fans love their fresh seafood and meaty claws bring a 3 hour wait on most days, if you’re lucky, 1.5. We suggest arriving really early to beat the rush or even sitting outside and ordering off a small menu if you can’t wait that long. Get the king crab claws and a side of lobster mac & cheese. The stone crab bisque is another rich option – no need to struggle, either way the meat comes out easily. It’s quite a hearty meal, one you can enjoy from October to May only.
Joe’s Stone Crab, 11 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
High atop the chicest garage ever, enjoy a pineapple martini with pedestrian Lincoln Road below you and a rain-forest wall behind you.
1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272; juviamiami.com
GLASS & VINE
Chopped winner and hometown son Giorgio Rapicavoli is drawing foodies in droves with his farm-to-table garden of eatin’ in Peacock Park.
2820 McFarlane Rd., 305-200-5268; glassandvine.com
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Ladies start with bottomless Bloody Marys or Japanese sangria. Once you’ve had a drink, move on to the open sushi bar and enjoy sushi, sashimi, and maki rolls, and then spend some time at the robata counter for soups, salads, cold and warm dishes. It’s now time for your main entrée and you have a choice of Angus skirt steak, barley miso corn-fed baby chicken, salt grilled sea bass, or assorted vegetables. Finish it all off with Zuma’s signature dessert platter served with fruits, ice creams, and sorbets.
Cecconi’s at Soho Beach House
It’s called the “Sunday Feast” for a reason, and Cecconi’s at the Soho House Miami knows how to brunch. Enjoy an extensive buffet at the restaurant’s intimate and airy outdoor courtyard located on the ground floor of the hotel. There are five categories to choose from including the egg station; Sweet station featuring waffles, pancakes, pastries and more; Raw bar with oysters, salmon.
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