New York City’s hot spot arrived in South Beach late last year in the trendy W hotel, located in the center of south beach nightlife. The Dutch Miami mirrors a more relaxed and luminous version of its East coast sister, The Dutch New York City. The lively nighttime scene at this restaurant is complimented by a generally cozy atmosphere brought on by the tavern-like décor, maintaining the perfect balance of whimsy and class.
Each meal begins with a few pieces of warm and savory cornbread — a moist yet interesting play on this traditionally Southern item. For raw bar fanatics, The Dutch offers a selection of fresh seafood options, including four varieties of fresh oysters. The Asian White Boy Ribs are a mouthwatering starter — a tender and juicy pork rib embodied in a unique sweet glaze that will keep your palate content while you're waiting for your main course.
The fresh pappardelle with the lamb ragu, sheep’s milk ricotta, and mint, is a splurge that is unquestionably worth the calories — even if you plan to sport a bikini the following morning. If you're there for lunch, sip on the Havana — a specialty cocktail with vodka, grape jam, tarragon, lemon and sparkling wine, as you munch on the tempura rock-shrimp sandwich at their chic outdoor porch overlooking the hotel's pool.