Orange Blossom opens in South Beach replacing the previous restaurant called Charles St. Their grand opening was in last Thursday, April 10. Located on the famed Collins Avenue and adjacent to the Boulan South Beach Hotel at Collins Park, Orange Blossom is the newest venture for Think Hotel Group. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktails and weekend brunch, diners can look forward to have a good food with good ‘ole Florida charm. Here is more information about the restaurant :
According to Urban Daddy :
“There’s a bit of old-timey-ness happening, with the Edison bulbs, the rustic herringbone floors and the flowerpot lamp. (You’ll see.) Your great-great-grandfather could’ve tossed back a few here with Henry Flagler. But you, you can grab a stool at the bar for a quick meatball sandwich, or bring a date after a long day at the beach for a casual dinner of strip steak or Mediterranean sea bass at one of the cozy orange banquettes. As for what you’re drinking: they’ve got the classics, like juleps, or take a look at the Bartender’s Choice section of the menu, with keywords in three columns: spirit, sensation and strength. Just tell them what you’re in the mood for. Late business meeting: vodka/tart/lightly spirited. First date with Brazilian model: rum/spicy/full-bodied.”
According to Sofla Nights :
“When it comes to putting together an exceptional meal, the executive chef of Orange Blossom, Nelson Maldonado believes passion is always the main ingredient. That passion began as a child when helping his mother in the kitchen in his native Country of Ecuador. After attending culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu Miami, Maldonado utilized his education to direct the catering events division of Miami’s distinguished InterContinental® Hotel. After 7 years and a culinary degree under his belt, Maldonado moved to New York City and attained a position at the Todd English established Brasserie Ça Va in Times Square, where he learned the ropes of working in a world-class kitchen. Now back in his hometown of Miami, Maldonado has composed a well-balanced menu for Orange Blossom that reflects his own unique heritage and culinary experiences.”
According to Zagat :
“Diners will enjoy feasting on New American dishes like charred octopus and New York strip while sipping hand-crafted cocktails that are mixed with daily made syrups.” written by Carissa Chesanek.
According to flnewssfeed :
“The grill and bar will underline New American cuisine and locally sourced mixture by executive cook Nelson Maldonado and cocktails by Trevor Alberts. Dinner equipment embody a fava and fennel soup ($6); fig prosciutto flatbread ($15); and Florida black grouper ($28). Lunch will underline salads and sandwiches like a meatball sandwich ($9) and fish tacos ($14). In addition, a grill will offer cold pulpy juices during a mid-day meal. Orange Blossom will also offer breakfast and brunch. What’s many intriguing is a cocktail menu. In further to a rye swizzle ($14) and an orange freshness julep, done with rum and orange freshness sugar ($15), we found an offer for a barkeeper to conform we a splash regulating your spirit, sensation, and strength preferences. We’ll take a really strong/spicy/rum cocktail, greatfully ($15).”
According to Miami.com :
“The restaurant is said to marry traditional Old Florida influences with the melting pot of Miami’s current day international nuances. It’s named after the Orange Blossom Special, a luxury train that traveled between New York and Miami in 1980. Menu includes Florida black grouper, charred octopus and chorizo, New York strip and veal meatballs.” written by Valerie Schimel.
Miami City Social is looking forward to see their full menu and offers. Stay tune at Miami City Social for more information and reviews.