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Classical French training meets Mediterranean flavors at the restaurant in the Dream South Beach Hotel. The restaurant itself is modern with stitched leather benches and a beautiful outdoor seating area adorned with flowing curtains. Their menu, inspired by chef and owner Chef Geoffrey Zakarian features favorites like the Ugly Burger, embellished with bread and butter pickles and french fries. Sustainable dishes like the Wisconsin River Trout bring beautiful flavors to life with a focus on environmentally friendly practices. The wine cellar features an extensive list of “New World” and “Old World” wines, a tip of the hat to their modern cuisine style fused with traditional methods of preparation. Fresh ingredients shine at this beautiful South Beach dining destination, where you can feel at home and linger for hours.
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Bistro One LR
Boasting views of the Atlantic from its poolside seating area, and an elegant interior space featuring soft lighting and sleek, ocean-inspired décor to complement it’s floor to ceiling views, Bistro One LR is truly a unique dining destination. Guests at the oceanfront resort and those with more of a commute are sure to be greeted with something new and unforgettable. Chef de Cuisine Felipe Arango Salazar, hailing from a family of artists in Bogota, brings diners a brasserie-style menu with a Latin flair. Pulling from its locale, the menu prides itself in an amazing seafood selection, like the seared Florida grouper, featuring a truffled gnocchi. For meat lovers, the restaurant presents a breadth of options, including their 12 ounce New
York steak with idiazabal cheese and a traditional béarnaise sauce.
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The exquisite flavors of Peruvian cuisine are brought to life at this Coral Gables hot spot. Cofradia, meaning brotherhood, keeps diners coming back with fresh selections of ingredients and a top-tier lineup of chefs. Their menu brings together the powerful flavors of Peruvian cuisine with the fresh, high quality selections of fish from local markets. Dishes like the Yellowfin tuna are winners, featuring sashimi cuts marinated in leche de tigre, soy sauce, and ginger, topped with wakame salad. A breadth of homemade pastas are available while more traditional dishes like the Potatoes Huancaina satisfy a craving for true Peruvian flavors. The artistic space will inspire a pleasurable night out, complemented by the restaurant’s
focus on providing unique and exceptional service.
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