There’s a fabulous new Mediterranean Restaurant at South Beach called La Savina. Located at the beautiful Mondrian South Beach Hotel, La Savina brings the free spirit, bohemian sensibility and culinary bounty of the Balearic Islands to South Beach. The award-winning culinary team, led by Morgans Corporate Executive Chef Tien Ho and La Savina’s Chef de Cuisine Gabriel Cruz have created a menu that perfectly captures the flavors of signature restaurants on the Mediterranean coast. Eliciting the spirit of these magical islands, La Savina offers a simple mix of amazingly fresh crudos, grilled meats and fish and the best seasonal vegetables in South Florida, served alongside unmatched views of Biscayne Bay. Here is more information about La Savina :
According to Urban Daddy :
” La Savina, a Mediterranean sanctuary for lobster a la parrilla, chilled glasses of sangria and one exceptional water view, now open in South Beach. Inside, you’ll want one of the tables in the back corner for a casual-ish third date. There you’ll have perspective on the entire room along with direct access to the juice bar. You know what they say: location, location, juice. Some scallop crudo, grilled lobster and a handful of sangria glasses later… and you could just call it a night. And that’d be perfectly fine.”
According to Eater :
“The 140-seat indoor and outdoor restaurant continues with the Mediterranean vibe complete with oversized planters, rattan lampshades, lantern lighting, concrete colored walls and reclaimed wood throughout the space. All this plus the Mondrian’s signature view of Biscayne Bay, which luckily for us hasn’t changed a bit. Right off the entrance of the restaurant is Café Savina, which is open for breakfast, lunch and cocktails. During the day, it’ll serve as place for a quick breakfast with items like fresh-pressed organic juices by OnJuice, coffees and espressos and a assortment of pastries and breakfast items. For lunch, it offers a selection of salads and sandwiches and at night it becomes a tapas bar with plenty of charcuteries, cheeses and Spanish wines, beers and cocktails.” written by Olee Fowler.
According to WNCT :
“La Savina’s beverage menu features a broad selection of Mediterranean wines and cocktails fit for every palate and price point. The cocktail program is anchored by a rotating selection of market-fresh cocktails, including a Roasted Rosemary Old Fashioned made with Old Foster, Rosemary, & Orange Bitters and the West Avenue made with Bacardi Rum, Strawberry Cinnamon Falernum, & Lime. The comprehensive beer list features American microbrews from local New York breweries and European craft brews served in short, chilled Mediterranean-style beer glasses known as Canas. In addition, La Savina’s red and white table wine is available by the glass or carafe. The signature “Savina Sangrias” are offered in flavors such as Rosemary Pear, Ginger Pineapple, and Hibiscus-Lemon.”
According to Yelp :
“This place is amazing!!! From the drinks to the dessert was to die for! The view is spectacular so I highly suggest you go during the evening so you can enjoy the view. The service was great and the food presentation was great as well. This is a great place for any type of event… whether its a first date or a holiday party.” written by Carolina L. (5 stars)
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