Hello Hakkasan, Unlimited Seafood, and More Hakkasan by Alan Yau...
Thursday, April 16, 2009 This weekend deserves an audit.
The Fontainebleau just keeps on hitting home runs. Next up: the highly-acclaimed (and Michelin-starred) Hakkasan is set for its U.S. debut. Prepare to indulge yourself in Stir-fry Rib-eye Black Pepper Beef, Crispy Duck Salad, Tea-smoked Jasmine Chicken, and Roasted Silver Cod in Chinese Honey and Champagne.
Hakkasan by Alan Yau, at the Fontainebleau, 4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, (786) 276-1388, fontainebleau.com
In Miami, food means nothing without a little flair. So it's no surprise that SushiSamba is celebrating its 10 year anniversary with a new "Cocktail Tree," including 12 flights of the restaurant's signature cocktails hung from an elegant, arboreal rack. Round up some friends and leave no leaf unturned.
SushiSamba, 600 Lincoln Road, (305) 673-5337, sushisamba.com
You like it raw—your seafood, that is. So get to Jaguar this Thursday for the first of its "Recession Decompression" nights, serving up unlimited ceviche spoons along with chicken, pork and beef appetizers, plus three cocktails - all for a mere $20.
Jaguar Ceviche Spoon Bar & Latam Grill, 3067 Grand Avenue at Cocowalk, (305) 444-0216, jaguarspot.com
Start prepping now for a classical education at Eos, the Viceroy Miami's Dionysus-meets-Deco hotspot is bringing Greek delicacies to your 15th floor table. Limited reservations start Tuesday.
Eos at the Viceroy Miami, 485 Brickell Avenue, (305) 503-4400, viceroymiami.com