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RESTAURANTS
AT THE SURF CLUB

The Surf Club brings two of the world’s best-loved names in food to look after the restaurant concepts—Le Sirenuse from Positano, Italy and Thomas Keller of The French Laundry from California.

LE SIRENUSE RESTAURANT

A symbol of Italy’s new Dolce Vita, the elegant and intimate Amalfi Coast hotel has crossed the Atlantic to moor in the gloriously restored ballroom and loggia of the 1930s society icon, The Surf Club. Le Sirenuse brings all the Mediterranean magic, genuine southern Italian cuisine and high service standards that generations of guests have learned to associate with the celebrated Italian hospitality legend.

“I’ve been going to Miami for many years; I’m fascinated by the people and its culture. As soon as I had the opportunity to tour The Surf Club, with its glorious terrace overlooking the blue sea, I had no doubt that it was the right location for the new Le Sirenuse.”

—ANTONIO SERSALE, OWNER OF LE SIRENUSE RESTAURANT & CHAMPAGNE BAR

LE SIRENUSE CHAMPAGNE BAR

Le Sirenuse Champagne Bar was once the ballroom where some of the 20th century’s most talked-about parties were held including black-tie boxing nights and lavish themed galas. Alongside Miami’s largest selection of fine champagnes, signature cocktails and a dedicated bar menu of light Mediterranean dishes are served.

THE SURF CLUB RESTAURANT
BY THOMAS KELLER

At The Surf Club Restaurant, Thomas Keller’s first Florida venture, the Michelin-Starred Chef tips his toque to the grandeur of another era with a menu of classic continental cuisine, reinterpreted for contemporary diners. Located in the landmark The Surf Club, an historic venue newly reinterpreted, the restaurant is an elegant moment in time, applying Chef Keller’s famously meticulous standards to iconic dishes, from avocado Louie and NY Strip Steak to Caesar Salad, prepared table-side. The setting is similarly transportive, awash in coral blue and dark wood touches that evoke the easy-going opulence and bon-vivant spirit of jet-set age. Like the ‘50s and ‘60s hotspots that the restaurant celebrates, The Surf Club Restaurant knows how to have sophisticated fun.

“Continental cuisine grounded in European cooking will be presented in a carefully choreographed fashion and transport guests to a vibrant and casual environment that still maintains relevance in today’s modern dining scene.”

—CHEF THOMAS KELLER