Great news for South Florida seafood fans. Lure Fishbar at Loews Miami Beach Hotel will reopen after being closed for the past year due to Covid-19.
A treasure trove of fresh catch dishes with a vibrant bar scene and elegant atmosphere, Lure has been a staple for seafoodies and a haven for Miami locals for seven years. Between consistent, catch-of-the-day freshness and a posh nautical motif, In celebration of Lure Fishbar’s return, the restaurant will offer a specially curated Cheers to the Sea shellfish tower promotion, available through June 30, 2021.
Cheers to the Sea is priced at $199 and features a bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne paired with Lure Fishbar’s signature Plateau Royale shellfish tower. The seafood tower features Alaskan King Crab, Seafood Salad, Tuna Tartare, a half-pound of lobster, eight oysters, six shrimp, six clams and six crab claws.
Lure’s raw bar, crudo and sushi offerings each are prepared by Executive Sushi Chef Khaleel Ali. Miami-inspired appetizers, entrees, surf and turf is prepared by Executive Chef James Kelly.
Hamachi Ponzu Crispy Rice, Lobster Fra Diavolo, Squid Ink Tagliatelle and caviar service are among the new additions to Lure Fishbar’s menu. Diners can still order signature dishes, such as Grilled Daurade, as well as the Lure Burger “Bash Style,” a five-time New York and South Beach Wine and Food Festival Burger Bash winner.
Lure Fishbar South Beach derives its seafood-centric concept from New York City restaurateurs John McDonald and Joshua Pickard, along with Celebrity Chef Josh Capon, who crafted the contemporary menu with Miami in mind.
Lure Fishbar is located in the historic St. Moritz Tower at Loews Miami Beach Hotel at 1601 Collins Avenue. The restaurant will be open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday at 6 pm. Valet and municipal parking is available.
Photos Courtesy of Loews Miami Beach Hotel