This past March, Miami Beach celebrated its centennial anniversary. Fontainebleau, a quintessential staple of Miami Beach, took part in the landmark birthday with special offerings throughout the month.
Owned and operated by Jeffrey Soffer (http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/biz-monday/article1962757.html) of Turnberry Associates, Fontainebleau is effervescent with the spirit of Miami Beach. A symbol of style and sophistication, the hotel opened its doors in 1954 and has become a revered landmark ever since.
Guests were invited to celebrate Miami Beach’s birthday in style with a prix-fixe dinner for two at the hotel’s critically acclaimed restaurant, Michael Mina 74 and sip a lavishly curated cocktail at the iconic Bleau Bar — aptly priced at $100.
Michael Mina 74’s delectable menu featured Ahi & Hamachi Poppers, Florida Snapper, Lobster Cavatelli and MM74 Beignets. The restaurant is led by Chef de Cuisine Thomas Griese, recently named one of Zagat’s “30 Under 30.”