Wednesday, April 1, 2009
La Cote at Fontainebleau
From Miami Rare Daily
You love Miami's reputation as the American Riviera.
You also love classed-up cocktails and Mediterranean cuisine.
It's time for your two loves to meet... introducing La Cote at Fontainebleau. Inspired by the Cote d'Azur, the Fontainebleau's latest culinary destination is its ultimate salute to the French Riviera. Here's how to navigate the scene...
EAT. La Cote's seasonal cuisine is divided into small plates and entrees. Greek Mezze For Two and Tabouleh Salad are easy ways to start. For heartier appetites, indulge yourself in a Petite Tenderloin Steak served with Portobello Mushrooms and Au Poivre sauce, or a perfectly seared Yellow Fin Tuna with roasted pepper dressing. Wash it all down with a…
DRINK. Something from the Rosé wine bar. Or a classic Harry's Bar cocktail. However you prefer to toast the evening (we suggest a French 75 made with Bombay Sapphire, Champagne and fresh lemon), know that Fontainebleau's master mixologist Michael MacDonell has got you covered. All you have to do is...
PLAY. And with live DJs, two-levels of the finest beach club scene, and panoramic views of the Atlantic, play you will. We recommend you take your party to the second floor, where one of six La Cote VIP cabanas tricked out with a flat-screen, personal audio system, and refrigerator awaits.
La Cote is now open for lunch and dinner. Preview the Dinner Menu here.
La Cote at Fontainebleau4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Tel: (305) 538-2000 fontainebleau.com