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July 20, 2011 Posted by admin in Press

The Dining Room in SoBe is a dandy

A restaurant needn't be complicated. To start one, you need a kitchen area and a space with tables and chairs. Basic personnel requirements: chef and waiter. That's it. Of course, opening a really good restaurant requires a bit more: The chef and waiter need to be really good. Voilà! If this seems too simplistic, allow us to present the Dining Room. A dimly lit chandelier and some table candles illuminate this intimate Washington Avenue venue; a large mirror and family-style photos of the owners serve as décor. Twenty-four seats surrounding linen-draped tables and a petite cooking station occupy the rest of the tiny arena (with about two dozen more seats outdoors). One gets the sense that expensive design and architecture firms were not consulted. Read more
July 20, 2011 Posted by admin in Press

Top Ten Restaurants in Miami Beach

Owner Brian Lieberman borrowed Executive Chef Horacio Rivadero from perennially outstanding OLA, and utilized his strengths, such as artfully crafted ceviche, and dropped them into the intimately addicting The Dining Room in the ideal neighborhood of South of Fifth. Essensia is the restaurant for foodies: sustainability, local product, presentation, quality, and atmosphere. The Fontainebleau’s Hakkasan, whose London counterpart is a Top 50 restaurant worldwide, features Chinese cuisine at its finest, while Scarpetta is no Italian slouch, combining fresh seafood dishes with an equally refreshing view of the Atlantic. Naoe is simple, minimalistic, and one of the most beautiful dining experiences in South Florida or anywhere. Wish’s tranquility and consistency, despite balancing Chef Marco Ferrero between here and Wynwood Kitchen & Bar the past year, is amongst the most satisfying restaurants on the Beach. Brazilian steakhouse fare shines at Fogo de Chao. Indomania is the Beach’s best kept secret, with the 30-seat restaurant serving Dutch-influenced Indonesian dishes. AltaMare is new and cool, saying and doing all the right things that make it one of the hottest restaurants in Miami Beach
  1. OLA
  2. The Dining Room
  3. Essensia
  4. Hakkasan
  5. Scarpetta
  6. Naoe
  7. Wish
  8. Fogo de Chao
  9. Indomania
  10. AltaMare Restaurant
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