Located in the W South Beach, The Dutch is brought to you by some of the best in the business, including Chef Andrew Carmellini. This is a great place to sip on a cocktail and soak in the excitement of a vibrant venue. The Dutch offers a variety of private dining options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
New York restaurateurs Chef Andrew Carmellini, Josh Pickard and Luke Ostrom have brought their wildly popular American restaurant, The Dutch, to W South Beach Hotel & Residences in partnership with Miami impresarios Karim Masri and Nicola Siervo. The restaurant opened to the public on November 14, 2011 with a roots-inspired menu for Miami Beach. Reservations are now being accepted for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
“Miami is like a second home to me,” says Carmellini, whose childhood visits to his grandparents’ home in Little River inspired much of the menu. “We originally created The Dutch in SoHo as a place for New Yorkers to hangout and have a good time. The aim here is to do the same for Miami Beach.”
Designed for Miami by Meyer Davis Studio (Locanda Verde) to feel airy and fresh, the high-ceilinged 170-seat indoor-outdoor restaurant and bar is where NYC meets Miami Beach. Reflecting Carmellini’s roots-inspired American cuisine, every material reflects honesty; from the natural light oak floors to the white brick walls, zinc bar top, greyed driftwood beams, framed photographs of old Florida and other accents, all lighten and color the space with cultural references.
Modern zinc pendant lamps and textured glass fixtures provide a subduedense of see-and-be-seen. An original marble counter at the center of the restaurant is now The Dutch’s oyster bar. Outdoor seating on the terrace faces the Grove and beyond, and a private dining room is set aside for intimate gatherings of 14.
Source: Digest Miami