The Dutch Miami

Restaurants , American South Beach
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The Dutch Miami
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The Dutch Miami

After wowing critics in Manhattan, Andrew Carmellini has duplicated his popular, roots-inspired American eaterie in Miami by way of the W hotel. Paying tribute to the kind of American culinary traditions you’d witness in neighborhood taverns and roadside cafés, the menu runs the gamut from chicken wings with pickled ramps to crisp lamb belly with couscous and tomato. The vibe is as laidback as the vintage, beach-house decor.

Venue name: The Dutch Miami
Address: W South Beach Hotel
2201 Collins Ave

Cross street: at 22nd St
Opening hours: Noon–4pm, 6:30–11:30pm Mon–Wed, Sun; noon–4pm, 6:30pm–midnight Thu–Sat
Transport: Bus C, G, H, L, M, South Beach Local
Price: Main courses $15–$36

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Virginia G

Stopped in to try their new summer menu and everything and found all of the dishes to be fresh and cooked well. I was surprised by how diverse the new menu was. It had your typical summer fare like whole snapper and a light kale salad, but also an Indian-spiced chicken that was unexpected but so juicy and flavorful. Most hotel restaurants cater to guests but not The Dutch. The focus here is on providing stellar service and high-end food, no matter where you happen to lay your head down at night. 

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Hidden away, this restaurant can be hard to spot for the casual observer. Fortunately, our guide knew exactly where to find it and we were not disappointed. Excellent environment, service and food soon followed. Definitely one to try!