More Places to Enjoy During Art Basel
Here are more places you should check out during this year's Art Basel!

Downtown/Wynwood/Design District 

Food Truck Round-Up

Imagine this: Food trucks plus Art Basel at the Adrienne Arsht Center. It’s the lunch of Michelangelo himself… sort of. Anyway, the food trucks won’t go unnoticed for the 10th anniversary of Art Basel this year and you can catch up with mostly all of them this Friday, December 2nd from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Adrienne Arsht Center. Don't miss the live performances and interactive art! Enjoy the art on the street and on your plate.

1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown


Wynwood Kitchen and Bar

Located in the epicenter of Art Basel, Wynwood Kitchen and Bar delivers a good meal and this weekend with a splash of art too. Chef Miguel Aguilar creates latin-influenced dishes like ropa vieja empanadas with cilantro crema or pico de verde topped with red onion and cilantro unlike no other. Don’t miss: Shepard Fairey’s graffiti artwork on the bar area or any of Christian Awe’s 20 foot paintings around the dining room.

2550 NW 2nd Ave


Sra. Martinez 

If you’re visiting any of the art galleries in the design district this year, you won’t miss Sra Martinez located on the corner of Ne 40th st and NE 2nd ave. Tousists and locals alike love the modern feel to the spot and innovative menu. Enjoy plates like the foie gras torchon, pulpo a la plancha or oxtail.

4000 NW 2nd Ave, Design District 


Miami Beach 

Bond St. at Rooftop Lounge

Rooftop Lounge at the Townhouse will be serving up a special treat for Art Basel 2011. On December 1st through 4th from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m., the trendy south beach spot will be serving Bond St. sushi. Take a bite out of their famous house specialties like Chilean seabass skewers and spicy tuna rolls with chili mayonnaise just to name a couple.

150 20th Street, Miami Beach 


The Dutch

The Dutch might’ve just opened last month, but Chef Andrew Carmellini knows what a busy weekend this will be in Miami since he'll be offering oysters for just $3 each and peel-and-eat shrimp for $19 at the raw bar (and those are just two reasons to visit the south beach location). The menu also includes: Florida red snapper with mussel-ginger sauce dish and also spice-glazed pork chop for less than $30 each.

2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Chow Down Grill

Where can you get steamed pork dumplings for less than $7? And until 4 a.m.? Nowhere, except an Art Basel favorite: Chow Down Grill on South Beach. Chef Joshua Marcus is serving up plenty more delectable dishes that you can combine including Sirloin Steak and Spicy Szechuan sauce with Asparagus or the Tea Smoked Duck with Garlic-herb sauce with Maitake-oyster mushroom and Chinese chive. 

920 Alton Road, Miami Beach


Chef Geoffrey Zakarian is creating an all-new Sunday brunch… beginning this Saturday. Yes, starting December 3rd from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., brunch at Tudor House will include all kinds of cereals, fresh fruit, baked goods and an a la carte Tudor Breakfast with coffee or tea for $15. Also, enjoy a large selection of Rose wines and live music to continue your ‘art basel-ing’ through the rest of the week.

1111 Collins Avenue Miami Beach

(305) 534-8455