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Bazaar by José Andrés

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© Skott Snider
South Beach

Everything about the SLS is painfully hip, including the Bazaar, its house restaurant. Opened in 2012 by culinary giant José Andrés, the Bazaar has already risen to the top of local foodies’ must-visit list, earning it the distinction of being the second most-booked restaurant in the city, according to online reservation site OpenTable.com. Perhaps that’s because the food and overall vibe of the place are an experiment in decadence, bringing a playful spirit to the old-world glamor that defined the city’s art deco era. The menu is lively, combining elements of Spain and Latin America to wind up with dishes like Papas a la Huancaína (Peruvian potatoes with sea urchin) and Cuban coffee-rubbed churrasco with passionfruit. If you can snag a reservation, strap on your seatbelt and get ready for a wild ride.

Name: Bazaar by José Andrés
Address: SLS South Beach

Cross Street: 1701 Collins Avenue
Venue phone: 305 455 2999
Website: http://www.thebazaar.com/the-bazaar-south-beach
Opening hours: 6pm–midnight Mon–Wed, Sun; 6pm–1am Thu–Sat
Transport: Bus C, G, H, L, M, South Beach Local
Price: Main courses $12–$50
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