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Where to Eat during Art Basel in Miami Beach

Where to Eat during Art Basel in Miami Beach

In 2002, Art Basel, the 30-year-old gathering of art galleries from around the world, decided to launch their fair in Miami Beach. Since then, the two-day event has morphed into a week-long art/fashion/music/food cultural extravaganza attended by everyone from the world’s top artists and collectors to renowned fashionistas and buzz-worthy celebrities.

In order to service the 100,000 visitors who will descend upon Miami this week, a variety of the city’s best chefs and restaurants have launched Basel-specific pop-ups, menus, and installations. Below is a selection of the not-to-be-missed savory specials of the week:

Michy’s Pop-Up
Michelle Bernstein, possibly Miami’s most beloved chef, is adding to her busy repertoire with an Art Basel pop-up located in the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens. Just steps away from the Convention Center Michy’s Pop Up will function as a surefire pit stop for art buyers on a schedule. By day, the garden café will offer quick, healthy lunches using fresh, local ingredients as well as gourmet coffee and fresh-baked pastries — don’t miss her famous bread pudding. By night, the restaurant will get dressed up a bit for a diverse selection of light and appetizing tapas, starters, and plats de résistance such as salt crusted yellow tail snapper with ragout of baby artichokes and Moroccan couscous. Reservations are a must for dinner, and are available for Wednesday, December 3, to Saturday, December 6, from 6 to 11 p.m. in the Botanical Garden's Banyan Room and its adjacent terrace.

Chrome Hearts and David’s Café
Should you get hungry while perusing the shops, fairs, and galleries of the Design District, the newly opened Chrome Hearts boutique (whose fans include Zoe Kravitz and The Rolling Stones) will feature a pop-up during Basel with food from Miami’s legendary David’s Café. The two-story retail space, fashion showroom, and art gallery will offer one-of-a-kind lifestyle creations and art instillations from both emerging and established artists and designers. David’s Café will be serving their famous café con leches and Cuban sandwiches. Their traditional menu will be offered, as well as a special Pressed Veggie Cubano Sandwich.

Red Dot Art Fair & Bocce Bar
Part of what makes Art Basel Miami Beach so exciting, and have made the event grow so quickly, are the one-off art fairs that host additional artists and galleries during the same week. One such experience is the Red Dot Art Fair, known for its diverse pieces and unique vision. This year, Red Dot will host a pop-up restaurant from nearby Italian eatery, Bocce Bar. With offerings like a porchetta panino with spicy aioli, sundried tomato, and fontina cheese, and a fregola salad with pesto, olives, cucumbers, and grape tomatoes, this is one pop-up sure to see quite a bit of foot traffic.

Shikany Adds a Lunch Menu
New hot spot Shikany, located in the trendy and artsy neighborhood of Wynwood, will be opening its doors for lunch during Basel week. The restaurant will offer a full tapas menu beginning at 11:30 a.m. Guests can enjoy dishes such as causa and tomato salad, short rib and gouda empanadas, foie gras lollipops, oyster flights, and leche de tigre crispy pork belly. Shikany will remain open straight into dinner service, which features three-, four-, and six-course prix fixe tasting menus. And if you do head over to Wynwood, be sure to check out one of Miami’s best permanent art installations: the Wynwood Walls.

db Bistro Moderne & Andy Warhol
Not many people can say they’ve cooked for Andy Warhol, but famed chef Daniel Boulud is one who can. To coincide with Art Basel, Boulud’s Miami restaurant db Bistro Moderne will pay homage to the pop art legend with Warhol-inspired cocktails from December 2 through 4. The creative libations include the “Velvet Underground” made of gin, St. Germaine, banana, sparkling wine, and hibiscus, and the “Pop Art,” served in a Campbell’s Soup Can. Additionally, guests who visit the “Andy Warhol at Christie's” exhibition taking place on the fifth floor of the JW Marriott Marquis Miami (where the bistro is located) can redeem their ticket at the restaurant for a complimentary Warhol-inspired cocktail.

Truffle Pizza at The Setai
For the genuine high rollers of the week, South Beach’s beautiful hotel The Setai will be serving a $250 white truffle pizza from executive chef Mathias Gervais (last year they sold 359 of these pies in four days). To complement the pizza, mixologist Philip Khandehrish has created a “paint your own Negroni” using a one-ounce Nolets Reserve pour for $50.

Katsuya for Lunch and Art Installation
Not to be outdone on the Basel scene, one of the city’s hottest Japanese restaurants, Katsuya by Stark, located in the SLS hotel, will be opening its doors for lunch and offering some of their most delectable dishes, such as the yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño, whitefish sashimi with crispy onion, and Wagyu filet with foie gras robata. The restaurant will also host art duo Hunter & Gatti as they premiere their latest series of works, titled “I Will Make You A Star.” The exhibit will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, and will feature painted portraits of celebrities including Pharrell Williams, Bruno Mars, and Jamie Dornan.


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


6 Restaurants You Should Visit During Art Basel

In Miami, nothing rounds out the holiday season like Art Basel Miami Beach (December 6 to December 9), the internationally renowned exhibition that hosts the art world&rsquos most preeminent creators, as well as other satellite fairs and events. Whether you&rsquore visiting for the weekend or you&rsquore a local, make sure you&rsquore ready by booking tables at these restaurants right now.

Born from a collaboration between rapper Pharrell Williams and Miami hospitality guru David Grutman (he&rsquos the man behind clubs LIV and Story, and the Brickell restaurant Komodo), this new Design District eatery is destined to triumph. But beyond the celebrity run-ins, which are pretty much a guarantee, and the swoon worthy interior design elements, we hear the food is especially noteworthy, as Williams and Grutman tapped French celebrity chef Jean Imbert to helm the kitchen. 90 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-704-0994

CVLTVRA

The brainchild of Argentine-born celebrity chef Sebastian La Rocca, this Latin American concept launched only several weeks ago at the ME by Melia hotel in Downtown Miami. During Art Basel, it&rsquos poised to be a popular watering hole due to its meze-style dining experience, which allows for sharing, and its opportune location. CVLTVRA is within close proximity to several satellite fairs, including Art Miami and Context, which are also situated downtown, and Spectrum Miami, which is at Mana Wynwood. 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-808-3507

Diez y Seis

Since opening this summer at the iconic Shore Club hotel, Diez y Seis has become a go-to spot for killer cocktails and Chef Jose Icardi&rsquos renegade take on Mexican cuisine. Beyond the delicious drinks and eats, its location on Collins Avenue couldn&rsquot be better, especially if you&rsquore staying on Miami Beach for the day. Just minutes from Art Basel, Design Miami/, Aqua Art Miami, and PULSE Miami Beach, it&rsquos the ideal spot for a siesta (and some good tequila). 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3226

Juvia Miami

Perched atop the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 1111 Lincoln Road building, Juvia Miami offers stunning vistas of the Magic City in addition to an eclectic array of French and Peruvian cuisine. It&rsquos only a five-minute uber ride from the Miami Beach Convention Center, making it the ideal destination for post-Basel eats and drinks. Pro tip: arrive before sunset and order an elderflower mule to make the most out of your visit to this special spot. 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

For a truly artful dining experience, book a table at the lauded chef Jos é Andr é s&rsquo seafood-centric Brickell eatery. Located within the posh SLS Brickell hotel, the restaurant&rsquos chic Phillippe Starck-decorated interior will draw you in, but the innovative small plates will make you stay through dessert. And let us note that dessert is definitely worth staying for. To be clear, order the key lime pie this twist on the classic Florida dessert is absolutely divine. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-615-5859

La Petite Maison

Another fantastic dining option in Brickell is La Petite Maison, the London import that serves up elegant French-inspired cuisine. The tony space features a rotating selection of artwork, and this season, Art Basel guests will be among the first to see a new installation from Romeo Britto titled &ldquoEvolution.&rdquo 1300 Brickell Bay Dr., Miami, 305-403-9133


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