Must Eats at Loews Miami Beach Hotel
My favorite part of planning a big trip is researching all of the best restaurants in town, scouring through the menus, and scheduling out every meal. With five restaurants and bars on property (six, if you count everyone's favorite hotel amenity—room service!), there's a lot to eat, drink and discover here at Loews Miami Beach Hotel.
Sure, a frozen poolside cocktail is a must, but when there are so many dishes to choose from, it's easy for some of our under-the-radar gems to pass you by unless you know to look out for them. Here are our favorite Loews Miami sips and bites you don't want to miss out on.
Cinnamon French Toast Brûlée
Where to Eat: Preston’s Market
The breakfast buffet at Preston’s is a popular choice (and not a bad call, trust us), but if you prefer to go a la carte, look for our specialty French Toast with Miami flair. The dish comes topped with sweet plantains — an essential side dish in Latin cuisine that might as well count as dessert — and then dusted with powdered sugar. The caramelized fruit is a surprising counterpart to Preston’s French Toast on Zak the Baker brioche, and it's the sweetest way to start your morning.
Family-Style Ice Cream Sundae
Where to Eat: Bar Collins
If you’re staying with us on a Friday, you’re in luck. Every Family Friday at Bar Collins, our guests can enjoy a family-style meal by selecting their favorite appetizers, entrees and side dishes to share, along with one epic family-sized dessert. Kids (and, let's be honest, adults) will love diving into the Azucar Ice Cream Sundae. Our giant bowl is filled to the brim with dollops of locally churned ice cream from our Flavor Miami partner and comes with a colorful tray of candied topping options in every shape, size and flavor.
Mango Mousse Cones
Where to Eat: The Pool
We've taken pool pampering to the next level with complimentary passed amenities featuring Miami-inspired flavors like cucumber-lemon coconut water, tropical fruit skewers, craft beer tastings and more. When you’re laying out by the pool, don’t forget to grab a Mango Mousse Cone for yourself, which you can enjoy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons.
Where to Eat: Lure Fishbar
“A burger at a seafood restaurant?!” How about a 5-time award-winning burger at South Beach’s premier seafood destination? Lure Fishbar's Bash Burger comes dressed with caramelized onions, bacon jam, pickles and American cheese, and then topped off with a giant stack of onion rings. But more importantly, it's a winner of the Burger Bash competition at both the New York and South Beach Wine and Food Festivals and a known personal favorite dish of model Chrissy Teigen.
Where to Drink: Miami Joe Coffee Co.
Our grab-and-go coffee shop serves locally roasted coffee, cold brew and beyond, but it wouldn’t be a trip to Miami without a shot of cafecito. When you order this sugary-sweet Cuban espresso from Miami Joe, be ready to share because, believe it or not, one cup packs too much caffeine for a single human to handle. 3:05 is Miami’s official cafecito time, so we suggest stopping by for an afternoon pick-me-up that’ll keep you buzzing all night long.
Loaded Bloody Mary
Where to Drink: Bar Collins
We've launched Recovery Sunday to put some pep in your step after a late Saturday night out on South Beach (or even a long night in with the kids streaming in-room movies). Try one of Bar Collins' Miami-inspired Loaded Bloody Mary specials, including the Peruvian Shrimp & Scallop; Churrasco Anticucho with Bacon and Asparagus; or our vegetarian option with a tomato and mozzarella caprese skewer.
Zacapa Old Fashioned
Where to Drink: Bar Collins
Do this one for the ‘gram. Our Zacapa Old Fashioned is anything but. This rum Old Fashioned is made with Zacapa 23, and features chocolate bitters as well as the most Insta-worthy cocktail garnish in town — a Loews Hotels-branded orange peel.
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Lyssa has been with Loews Miami Beach Hotel since April 2017. As a lifelong Miami Beach native, ocean waves and palm trees are her natural habitat. Lyssa loves to stay in-the-know about Miami’s evolving restaurant scene and will never pass up an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, from Biscayne Bay and the beaches to mangroves and meals al fresco.