Dining at Cecconi's is perhaps the only way that most of Miami will experience the exclusivity that is the SoHo Beach House. The prestigious club is rewarding Miamians with the opportunity to dine in their new Venetian-style restaurant. Former executive chef at Casa Tua, Sergio Sigala, brings a bit of everything from his parent restaurants in London and West Hollywood to the swanky eatery. Dishes will include a wide variety ranging from wood oven roasted scallops to Kobe beef tartare with truffle and pecorino. Not only will they offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but a Midnight Menu Thursdays through Saturdays. The space boasts 150 indoor/outdoor seats and a 200-plus-bottle international wine list. Amazingly, reservations are accepted to dine in style with Miami's elite.
Finally, a way for the bourgeois to experience SoHo House!
The debut of Cecconi's Miami, a Venetian-style restaurant
Thursday, October 7th, 2010 at 6:34 pm | Lorienne Dittmar