Caviar Russe represents the retail division of the largest caviar importer to the United States. After 17 years on Madison Avenue in NYC, Caviar Russe decided to tap its first expansion to the up and coming culinary center of the south – Miami, Florida. Located at the Four Seasons Tower on Brickell Avenue, Caviar Russe is dishing out its Michelin Starred Caviar, Crudos and Gourmet specialties for takeaway and delivery. Here is more information about Caviar Russe at Brickell :
According to Eater :
“Like its name suggests, newcomer Caviar Russe is dedicated to all things caviar. Hailing from New York City, the Miami outpost opened last week inside of the Four Seasons Brickell and features a restaurant, bar and retail boutique all dedicated to the fancy fish eggs. The kitchen led by chef David Valencia, a veteran of Alain Ducasse’s global empire, showcases a menu with caviar, raw bar and crudo-inspired cuisine. Caviar is served in anywhere from 25 to 250 grams with house-made crepe blinis, creme fraiche and chives. If you really want to go all out, a $395 six-course caviar tasting menu is also available. And to pair with the caviar? Plenty of champagne and vodka like Dom Perignon Oenotheque and 20 different types of vodkas representing nearly every major producer in the world.” written by Olee Fowler.
According to Real Deal :
“After investing “hundreds of thousands of dollars” in the remodeling, the boutique space is now adorned in gold and Calacatta marble, with white Italian leather banquettes and chairs and a chandelier inspired by “caviar pearls,” Panchernikov said. Other aspects of the decor are meant to mimic Champagne bubbles. The restaurant has 35 seats, including the bar. Panchernikov chose Miami for his first expansion site because a majority of his clientele at Caviar Russe in New York are from Latin America — particularly from Brazil, Venezuela and Mexico. Since they often have second homes in Miami, they have always asked him when he plans to open here, he said. His New York-based clients also come to Miami to vacation, as well, and often own condos in the South-of-Fifth neighborhood of Miami Beach and on Brickell, he added.” written by Ina Cordle.
According to SouthFlorida :
“Everything at Caviar Russe, from the Calacatta marble above the seven-seat bar to the pearlized Italian leather on the custom-tailored seats, plays into the champagne and caviar theme. The glass bubbles hanging from the domed, gold leaf ceiling create an illuminating chandelier meant to represent the caviar pearls, just as is intended with the gold Bernardaud plates. A custom jet-cut gate stands in front of the servers’ stand, cut to mimic the dancing swirls of champagne bubbles. The craftsmanship in these custom pieces were sourced locally to pay homage to Miami. Even the music is given significant thought, with a French stylist curating tunes for lunch, dinner and the hours in between.” written by Talia J. Medina.
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