New series of tasting events and bar menu pairings at The Traymore Restaurant and Bar at Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach:

Ladies and Gintlemen” – every Thursday between 7:00pm and 10:00pm.   In addition to a selection of any gin for $9, this evening offers guests a series of gin tastings, craft gin specials and specialty flights for $20 each

Gin Bar Social Hour at The Traymore Gin Bar.  Each day, between 5:00pm and 7:00pm and later in the evening between 10:00pm and 11:00pm, gin and tonic specials for $6, house liquors or select wines for $8, and Specialty Cocktails, such as the Traymore 1939 or Collins Park, for $10 each. Half price bar bites  include Conch Fritters ($6), Oyster Vodka Batter “Po Boy” Slider ($6), Chicken Croquettes with Piquillo Pepper Sauce ($4) and Cuban Sandwich ($5).  Domestic and imported beers are priced at $5 each for the duration of each social hour at The Traymore Gin Bar.

“Oysters and Champagne”  every Saturday from 7:00pm to 9:00pm,  for local ladies and female guests of the hotel with  free unlimited Pommery Brut Royal Champagne for the entire two-hour duration and all oysters for $2 each  

The Traymore Restaurant and Bar at Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach is located at 2445 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140.  Reservations can be made by calling 305-695-3600, by emailing or via Open Table                                     








The Miami International Boat Show is back  from Feb. 11  through Feb. 15, 2016 with a new look, a new home at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin in Virginia Key (across from the Miami Seaquarium), and with new dining and entertainment options positioned throughout the show with prices ranging from $7 - $26.

boat.show3Among the11 restaurants and bars spread across the venue:  

  • Waterside Cafe - Upscale dining with views of the bay 
  • Zignum Lounge - Sip on chilled tequila at this waterfront tequila bar with delicious seafood options including Spicy Tuna Rolls, Oysters, and Alaskan Crab 
  • Biscayne Bay Cafe - Located on the in-water docks, this cafe has lighter fare such as Salads, Prosciutto and Melon, Sushi Rolls, and Shrimp Cocktails 
  • Havana Club & Cigar Bar - Classic Cuban fare with a modern twist, featuring Frita Sliders, Cuban Sandwich, and Ceviche. Plus an exclusive cigar bar with bay-front views 
  • Roasted Pig - Savor a selection of tasty BBQ piled high in sandwiches or served alone with tasty sides. Options include Brisket, Ribs, Burgers, Pulled Pork and Grilled Tuna. Pairings include Coleslaw, Fries, Mashed Potatoes, Corn on the Cob 
  • Beer Garden - Enjoy a cold beer and classic pub fare like Seared Pork Belly Sliders, Wings, Sausage, Bratwurst, Salads, and Churrasco Skewers 
  • Kids Corner - Little ones will be happy happy with kid-friendly cuisine including Build Your Own Pizza, a Fro-Yo station, and more
  • Concessions Stands - Grab-and-go options located throughout the show, featuring classics like Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Pizzas, Wraps, and Nachos 
  • Rusty Pelican and Whiskey Joe’s will remain open for sit-down, on-water dining experiences

The Miami International Boat Show, 3501 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne,  Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin, Virginia Key , across from the Miami Seaquarium

Icecream3The Setai, Miami Beach is serving up a special Dominique Ansel pop-up experience during Art Basel  
from Wednesday, December 2nd to Thursday, December 3rd (or until sold out) from 12pm-12am.

Chef Dominique Ansel has created two delicious flavors for his inaugural Miami pop-up; both super creamy, made with fresh milk and served in a homemade, hand-rolled honey tuile cone: Caramel Stout Soft Serve with Chocolate “Caviar” and Sea Salt Brownie; and Burrata Soft Serve with Balsamic Caramel, Confit Strawberry & Microbasil. Each cone retails for $7.00. 

The Setai  is located at 2001 Collins Avenue, entrance at the corner of Collins and 21st Street.chef.dominique

The Chef/Owner of the celebrated Dominique Ansel Bakery and Dominique Ansel Kitchen, in New York City; Dominique Ansel Bakery Japan in Tokyo’s Omotesando neighborhood and  U.P. (short for “Unlimited Possibilities”), an after-hours tasting table hidden within the 2nd floor of the West Village Kitchen shop, is also the inventor of the Cronut®, a croissant and doughnut hybrid that TIME magazine named one of the “Best Inventions of 2013.” In 2013, Chef Dominique was named one of Business Insider’s “Most Innovative People Under 40,” and Daily Mail UK called him the “most fêted pastry chef in the world.”

In 2014, Chef Dominique was awarded the James Beard Award for “Outstanding Pastry Chef” in the nation, and in the same year was also named one of Crain’s “40 Under 40” and Vanity Fair France's “50 Most Influential French in the World.” Most recently in June 2015, Chef Dominique was bestowed the prestigious Ordre du Mérite Agricole award, one of the highest honors in France, for his dedicated to promotion French cuisine and culture.

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Contemporary gastronomy concept from Barcelona KLIMA Restaurant and Baris now open for lunch with a Catalonian-style, three-course $30 prix-fixe menu from12 Noon until 3:30pm. Executive Chef David “Rusti” Rustarazo’s offering of lunch specials includes gluten-free and vegetarian options. A reduced menu is served between 3:30pm and the first dinner seating at 6:00 pm daily.

This week’s menu lists: Appetizer: Fennel Vichysoisse with tubers/Cucumber and yoghurt curry;
Entrée: Spring chicken with fingerling potatoes/Mackerel with cauliflower and dill; Dessert: Junket of rice pudding/Cinnamon Strudel with Passion Fruit and yogurt ice cream
KLIMA Restaurant and Bar is located at 210 23rd Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139, and is now open for daily dinner reservations from 6:00pmby calling
786.453.2779or by

A Liquid Journey through Latin America” begins on Wednesday, November 18 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Pisco Bar at COYA.

Four local bartenders from Miami’s premier bar scene are embarking on this journey with COYA’s Beverage director, Maria Pottage, for the launch of this special event. Each bartender will be tasked with crafting a signature cocktail that represents a specific region of Latin America.

Meet the explorers:

·         Albert Fuentes (Cantina La Veinte) our guide to Mexico via Mescal

·         Melissa Welcher (Michael's Genuine) our guide to Panama via Rum

·         Damon Roseberry (The Broken Shaker) our guide to Venezuela via Rum

·         Milan Mijatovic (Wynwood Diner) our guide to Brazil via  Cachaça

·         Maria Pottage (COYA Restaurant) our guide to Peru via Pisco

All are welcome to embark on this special journey and taste the five Latin American inspired cocktails that will be revealed at the event. Guests can also enjoy complimentary canapés and Live Latin Music by Flamenco Duo.

For the following five weeks, one explorers’ cocktail will be featured as the “cocktail of the week” at COYA. Every $1.00 sold per cocktail of the week will be given to a local charity selected by the bartender who created the featured drink.

COYA, 999 Brickell Ave., Downtown Miami.

Spin Break is the new Happy hour at COYA’s Pisco Bar on Thursdays from 8 p.m. to midnight  and Fridays and Saturdays from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.,  with  live DJs, cocktails and a bar bite menu of Tuna Tacos, Ox heart Anticuchos, grilled octopus with Peruvian olives, Calamares Fritos, grilled tiger prawns, tamarind glazed pork back ribs, and the signature COYA Ceviche platter .

The Pisco Bar offers a wide-range of premium spirits; rare Whisky from Japan and Scotland, premium Vodkas   and Gin and an impressive selection of Pisco, Tequila and Mescal.    Mixologist and Pisco expert Maria Pottage who  hails from Peru,  is a wizard in cocktail crafting and  oversees the Pisco Bar program.     

COYA is open for lunch and dinner. 999 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131(305) 415-9990

ZONIN1821, seven generations of winemakers, and Toscana Divino, the Italian restaurant in the heart of Mary Brickell Village, are launching a monthly wine dinner series, “Behind the Red Curtain: An Exclusive Tour of Italy”. Each month, beginning Monday, October 12th, a four-course menu prepared by the award-winning culinary team from Toscana Divino  will be paired with ZONIN1821’s wines from their estates from the seven most important wine regions in Italy.

 “The first ZONIN1821 wine dinner series at Toscana Divino is sure to provide an incredible epicurean experience with exquisite authentic Italian regional cuisine paired with wines vinified with the indigenous grapes of each region,” said Emanuele Siena, Marketing Director of Zonin USA, who will greet guests upon arrival with a refreshing flute of Zonin Prosecco

 “We want our patrons to feel we are building a bridge between the two cultures as they enter a world that is thoroughly traditionally Italian, but also contemporary,” stated Mauro Bortignon, General Manager of Toscana Divino.   

 The first wine dinner of the series will take place on Monday, October 12th with seating at 7 p.m. Cost:  $80 pp.  To reserve seating, call 305-371-2767. Future wine dinner series will include Piemonte – November 10th, Lombardia – December 9th, Veneto – January 13th, Friuli – February 10th, Puglia – March 9th, Sicilia – April 13th and ending back in coastal Toscana on May 11, 2016.

Marion Mediterranean restaurant and market is offering lunch service starting  including a 3-course prix-fixe menu of starter, main dish, and tarte of the day for $24; in addition to Executive Chef Jean Paul Lourdes signature  Watermelon Gazpacho and Rotisserie Chicken with potatoes Lyonnaise and tarragon butter.

Marion Mediterranean restaurant and market, one block south of Mary Brickell Village, at 1111 SW 1st Avenue, is open for lunch Monday through Saturday from 11-3:30pm and for  dinner daily until 11pm.

Chef Daniel Serfer - Blue Collar, Mignonette - is representing Miami in the “Hometown Breakfast Battle,” a national chef recipe competition featuring 135 chefs from 135 cities across the country who will battle it out to create America’s best breakfast with Thomas’ English Muffins and Bagels. The event celebrates the Thomas’ brand 135th Anniversary.

Starting September 14, local fans will have two weeks to vote online at  to ensure their chef makes it into the next round of competition that narrows the pool from 135 to the top 16!

Click here for chef Serfer's Pulled Pork Benedict recipe

The Pubbelly Restaurant Group will be expanding the Pubbelly Sushi concept to the Dominican Republic at the Casa de Campo resort Marina  in November 2015.

The space will house up to 172 guests and Culinary Director and Founding Partner of The Pubbelly Restaurant Group, Jose Mendin together with Pubbelly sushi partner Yuki Ieto plan  to feature all the classic items from menu served in Miami’s Sunset Harbour location.  Local favorites include the butter Snow Crab Roll wrapped in barely-there goma soy paper and ponzu; the Yellowtail Roll with green soy paper, truffled yuzu, snow crab and nori flakes as well as grilled dishes from the popular Japanese Robata Grill.

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 Chef Andrew Carmellini’s The Dutch at W South Beach Hotel & Residences has appointed Adonay Tafur as its new executive chef.

Tafur (29), started as sous chef in March 2014. “Adonay has been a part of the family at The Dutch for a while and we are thrilled that he has taken over as executive chef,” said Carmellini.  The Brazilian born Tafur moved to Colombia before coming to the United States as a teenager. He began his culinary career in Spain before working  at Gotham Steak House at Fontainebleau Miami Beach and later Gotham Bar and Grill in New York City under James Beard award-winning Chef Alfred Portale. 

Joining Tafur in the kitchen is the newly appointed Executive Sous Chef David Robbins.

The Dutch is located inside W South Beach Hotel & Residences2201 Collins Avenue, in Miami Beach, Florida, 33139. Telephone: (305)

Now through Wednesday, September 30, 2015, gelato aficionados can pick up a “Friends & Family” 1 kg. or 2 lbs. to-go pack with four signature flavors of mixed berries, milk chocolate with almonds, peanut butter and traditional semifreddo for $16, a 35% discount off the regular kilo price. The back-to-school offer will be available while flavors last; no substitutions available.

Guests can pick up the packs at Freddo’s flagship store on 610 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach or via delivery by calling (305) 604-0065. Delivery rates apply.  

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 The Roca Brothers at KLIMA with (center) owner Pablo Fernandez-Valdes and wife Vanessa 

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Josep Roca (left) and Joan Roca w/ KLIMa chef Rustarazo and owner Pablo Fernandez-Valdes 

 The newly opened KLIMA Restaurant and Bar in Miami Beach held a private dinner for the world top ranked chefs Joan, Josep and Jordi Roca Brothers,  owners of the #1 restaurant in the world El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, Catalonia, Spain.

Pablo Fernández-Valdés, KLIMA co-owner  and close friend of the brothers  welcomed the trio along with other family members and friends to a menu specially created by KLIMA’s Executive Chef, David “Rusti” Rustarazo,  including Fennel carpaccio with burrata, kalamata & sundried tomato; Tempura King Crab with mustard; Hake Kokotxas in green sauce, chickpea and egg yolk; Wild boar, potato parmentier, garlic and sweet onion, squab and American Red Snapper with lobster suquet. For dessert: White chocolate sponge cake, macadamia, orange, yogurt ice-cream and raspberry ice-cream

During August 1 – September 30, 2015, Miami restaurants offer three-course meals featuring signature dishes created by renowned chefs at reduced prices: Lunch $23 and Dinner $39.

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The blue moon is fairly rare (think of  'once in a blue moon'...) and occurs when a second full moon appears on the same month in one calendar year.  To celebrate this year’s Blue Moon on Friday, July 31, which coincides with National Oyster Day, from Friday July 31st through Friday August 7th Blue Moon Brewing Company and Midtown Oyster Bar  are offering $6 Blue Moon bottle beers pairing with their very own oyster all day every day.

The kickoff event is scheduled for Friday July 31st from 6 to 9pm at Midtown Oyster Bar, located at 3301 NW 1st Avenue, with Blue Moon samplings, telescopes to view the actual blue moon astronomical phenomenon and special happy hour deal of four-beer bucket and six complimentary oysters.  RSVP for the Kickoff event on Friday July 31sthere.

Midtown Oyster Bar, 3301 NE 1st Ave., Suite 103-1, Miami, FL 33137. Tel: 786-220-2070. 

Blue Moon Brewing Company’s head brewmaster and founder, Keith Villa, first created Blue Moon® Belgian White Belgian-Style Wheat Ale back in 1995 in downtown Denver, Colorado.

Chef and Restaurateur Pascal Oudin  - who trained under 3-star Michelin luminaries and world-renowned greats Roger Vergé, Joseph Rostang, Gaston Lenôtre and Jean-Louis Palladin before earning his own chops as Florida Chef of the Year (Chefs in America Foundation), Best New Chefs 1995 (Food & Wine Magazine), and Best New Chef in Florida (Esquire Magazine) – kicks off the anniversary celebrations with six months of daily, nightly and monthly specially priced prix-fixe menus, dinners, tastings and events.  

Pascal’s on Ponce specially-priced 15th Anniversary Bistro Menu (for lunch only:  $26.95 per person, with an optional paired wine flight for $15 per person)  a three-course prix fixe menu of Pascal’s lunch classics and guest favorites carries on through the end of the year.  Nightly promotions surrounding the anniversary include one complimentary soufflé and $15 gift certificate to return to Pascal’s, awarded per couple or pair for dinner guests who mention the promotion.

Pascal’s on Ponce, 2611 Ponce de Leon Boulevard in Coral Gables, is open for lunch, Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. –2:30 p.m. and dinner, Monday through Friday, from 6:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. and Saturday, from 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

La Moderna restaurant is now open for lunch daily from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. with lighter menu options such as Mushroom Salad with Arugula, Parmesan Shavings and Balsamic Reduction; Grilled Salmon Salad with Kale, Toasted Almonds and Citronette Dressing; and Black Cod served Mediterranean style with Black Olives Tomatoes, Capers, Potatoes and Basil. La Moderna also serves Neapolitan-style pizza, modern Italian classics such as Spaghetti with Clams and Risotto with Porcini Mushrooms along skillfully crafted cocktails and mean extra dry martinis, i.e., “Dr. Strangelove Martini,” made with Gin, Eucalyptus, St. Germain Elderflower and St. George Absinthe. La Moderna, 1874 Bay Rd., Miami Beach, FL 33139, 786-717-7274,




Beginning Saturday, July 25, at 12 noon,  Klima’s Executive Chef David “Rusti” Rustarazo offers “Arroz con Amigos,” a Paella brunch with recipes from Barcelona to the sounds of a live Flamenco guitarist.

Three homemade contemporary interpretations of Paella  – a meat Paella, fish Paella and vegetable Paella – served buffet-style from three separate oversized frying pans placed on an open flame, known as “Paelleras”,  an abundant Salad Buffet are matched with the house Sangria. Cost: $50 per person (excluding tax and gratuity). Wine, beer, mimosas and other classic brunch cocktails will also be available at an extra charge.

KLIMA Restaurant and Bar, 210 23rd Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139, is open daily for dinner from 6:00 p.m.  786.453.2779 .

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No one will tell you the restaurant business is easy. But it rarely seems this hard.

More than 20 high-profile restaurants have closed in Miami-Dade in recent weeks, outpacing the clip of new openings and putting operators on edge as they head into the year’s slowest months.

Oak Tavern: The Miami Design District restaurant closed in May when its building was sold.

The closures have snuffed out restaurants big and small — from a celebrity chef’s 400-seater in South Beach (Siena Tavern) to a mom-and-pop seafood spot in North Miami (Fish Fish) — at various price brackets and serving all kinds of food. No place, it seems, is immune.

“It’s a bloodbath,” said Chris Sommers, co-owner of Pi Pizzeria, a St. Louis-based chain that closed at 124 Collins Ave. in Miami Beach last week after fewer than three months in business.

“Our timing was bad, opening with the start of the slow season, but this is obviously unusual,” Sommers said. “Perhaps we could have persevered to the high season, but the high season would have needed to be so high to offset this incredible low. We decided to cut our losses and reinvest in another store near Washington, D.C.”

While Pi was the shortest-lived of the recent closures, several were in and out in a matter of months:

▪ Campania, five months at 4029 N. Miami Ave., Miami.

▪ Ted’s at YoungArts, six months at 2100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami.

▪ Siena Tavern, six months at 404 Washington Ave., Miami Beach.

▪ Porfirio’s, nine months at 850 Commerce St., Miami Beach.

▪ Bistro BE, 10 months at 1111 SW First Ave., Miami.

▪ Ticety Tea, 10 months at 206 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables.

Only one of more than 20 restaurants that have shut here since May 1 had been open longer than five years: Maiko Sushi, which opened in 1992 at 1225 Washington Ave. in Miami Beach and closed last month.

Many restaurants race to open in advance of the busier winter months, hoping to get a piece of the big crowds that come for Art Basel, the Boat Show and the South Beach Wine & Food Festival. And they try to squirrel away what they can to get them through the summer doldrums, limping along until the Miami Spice dining promotion brings in a wave of August-September customers.

Even Miami restaurant groups with portfolios of winning concepts have had to pull the plug on a few as of late. The Pubbelly Restaurant Group closed its French-style restaurant, L’echon Brasserie, as of July 1 at the Hilton Cabana Miami Beach, and 50 Eggs Inc. shut Khong River House on Lincoln Road in May after a 2 1/2-year run that started with a four-star Miami Herald review.

Rising rents and South Florida’s tourist-reliant seasonal economy are often cited as reasons for restaurant failures, but industry observers say some restaurateurs simply create bad concepts, pick lousy locations or have poor execution.

“A lot of people from out of town or opening for the first time just don’t do their homework about Miami,” said Michael Clements, owner of American Food Equipment, which designs commercial kitchens and supplies cookware to restaurants. “Everyone wants to open a restaurant in Miami, but you have to be smart about it. What we’re seeing is people making rash decisions, and they’re paying for it.”

Alisia Kleinmann, founder of Industree, a Washington-based networking group for food-and-beverage professionals with a branch in Miami, said it was only a matter of time before a surge of restaurant openings led to an extended round of closings.

“I see the same thing happening in D.C. and in Philly: High-profile places from respected names are closing after not even six months,” she said. “I think there’s a bubble about to burst in the food-and-beverage industry. People love dining out, and they love new places, so we keep seeing new openings and new openings. But there are only so many customers to go around. So for more and more places to open, some are inevitably going to have to close.”

And while there will always be a time and place for high-end fine dining, Kleinmann said customers respond better to affordable, accessible options.

“The everyday diner wants something that feels authentic, a food experience they can relate to,” she said. “If your concept is so off the wall or you’re trying too hard, it’s hard to connect with the regular Joe.”

Charles Hazlett thinks he’s found a sweet spot among regular Joes. His JEY Hospitality Group specializes in tacos, burgers and beer at TacoCraft, Himmarshee Public House and Rok:Brgr, with locations in Fort Lauderdale, Hallandale Beach and South Miami.

“We don’t do tapas. Everything’s a big portion, and nothing’s over $20,” said Hazlett, who founded the restaurant group with partner Marc Falsetto in 2010.

JEY is eyeing expansions in Orlando, Delray Beach, Palm Beach and throughout Broward, he said. The company tries to identify “low-key but sophisticated” neighborhoods with more locals than tourists, and it keeps buildout costs down by opening only in spaces occupied by a previous restaurant.

“To me,” Hazlett said, “it seems like there are too many high-end restaurants that cater to tourists, especially on Miami Beach, and not enough places that serve the needs of locals year-round.”

Myles Chefetz operates high-end restaurants Prime 112, Prime Italian and Prime Fish, as well as the working-class Big Pink, in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood. He has seen plenty of restaurants come and go over the years, and he said he believes the successful ones are those run by locals who are a constant presence in the operation.

“I think we’re over-restauranted right now, and the ones that are going to withstand that are the homegrown people who understand this market better than anyone,” Chefetz said, pointing to Michael Schwartz and Michelle Bernstein as two examples. “They have a following here, they understand that following, and they work hard to keep up with it.”

Meanwhile, the beat goes on.

A cluster of new restaurants is set to open this month in Miami Beach, including Israeli import 9beach (1628 Collins Ave.), Canadian import Byblos (1545 Collins Ave.) and Philly import Continental (2360 Collins Ave.). Coral Gables has a brand-new seafood restaurant, MesaMar, at 264 Giralda Ave.; a My Ceviche opened Wednesday at 232 Miracle Mile; and another healthy fast-casual restaurant may be opening at 206 Miracle Mile, where Ticety Tea closed last month. The South Miami location of Barceloneta (5850 Sunset Dr.), which closed last month, is about to welcome an Indian eatery.

Almost every neighborhood in South Florida has a restaurant opening soon — but what does it take to make one stick around?

“I don’t think there’s any magic formula to it,” Kleinmann said. “But if you look in any city at the restaurants that have stood the test of time, it’s the ones that make simple, great food in a comfortable atmosphere. Those are the places that make it all work for the long haul.”

Evan S. Benn is Miami Herald food editor. On Twitter and Instagram: @EvanBenn.

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Throughout the month of July, Lure Fishbar's Executive Chef John Iatrellis offers a three-course dinner ($50 per person) beginning with a choice of raw bar platter (dressed oysters, jumbo shrimp and clams); calamari with smoked chili glaze; a chop salad with tangy balsamic dressing; salmon tartare with avocado, ponzu and aji amarillo; or crab cakes. Savory entrees include Lure’s Bash Style Burger; shrimp risotto with uni crème; Nori-crusted tuna served with Chinese broccoli and Jasmine rice; herb-roasted chicken with Greek-style oven potatoes, baby artichokes and crispy spinach; and branzino with cauliflower puree and caramelized fennel. Desserts made in-house end the meal with Key lime pie with roasted white chocolate; milk n’ cookies or chocolate peanut butter ice cream sandwich; or two scoops of sorbet (mango-lime, Meyers lemon or passion fruit).

In addition to well-curated wine and sake lists, local craft beers are available by the bottle or on draft. Lure’s bar also offers cocktails created by Bar Director Rob Ferrara including the Dr. Greenthumb ($12) made with Avion Silver tequila, fresh kale & cucumber juices, lime and matcha green tea with a spiced salted rim; and the Changing of the Guards ($10) made with Beefeater Gin, Yeoman tonic syrup, sparkling water and lemon.   

Lure Fishbar is located in the historic St. Moritz Hotel building at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel at 1601 Collins Avenue. Valet parking is available.  (305)




Starting next week, every Wednesday from 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM.  Bagatelle Miami throws a mid-week summer celebration, Bacchanal Wednesdays, with 50% off the entire wine and Champagne list  and BYO wines with no corkage fee!  

Bagatelle Miami, 220 21st Street, Miami Beach. (305) 704-3900.

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