Miami’s Appetizing Condo Hotels

Image: Atrio Restaurant at the 25th floor of the Conrad on Brickell Avenue

This article from the NY Post touches upon Celebrity chefs in Miami’s condo-hotels. The article cites several well know celebrity chefs and their ventures in Miami. Il Mulino, top rated NYC Italian restaurant according to Zagat, is housed in the Acqualina in Sunny Isles. The recently built Regent South Beach is home to “celebrity chef Govind Armstong’s Table 8” (from L.A.). Tribeca’s own, David Bouley has Evolution in the South Beach Ritz Carlton Resort. Well known NYC restaurateur Daniel Boulud’s latest restaurant in the Met 2 complex is highlighted.

Not all, but some of what the article left out:

New Yorkers, as usual, have their sights and wallets set on Miami. Although this is nothing new, the boom has amplified their influence and interest. This amplification theory will have to be explored further through a development standpoint later.

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4 responses to “Miami’s Appetizing Condo Hotels

  1. Loving this blog. Blogroll???

  2. Thanks. Nice site. Smart concept Anthony. You’ve been added to my blogroll. Hope to see BoB on yours.

  3. Jan Hines

    I really enjoyed reading your blog.

    I would never consider Shaun Hergatt a celebrity chef or even a good chef. He was simply a puppet of the former GM of GHM Americas. He did not have any Executive Chef experience prior to joining The Setai. Now that he is now a consultant for GHM, he will soon be forgotten.

  4. Thanks for the insider’s view. I’m certainly no chef expert and appreciate the perspective. I hope you continue to enjoy reading BoB.

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