Badrutt's Place - The family behind Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, the legendary Swiss enclave frequented by Royals and celebrities since 1896, inspires Miami's Badrutt’s Place. Owner Johannes Badrutt is the purveyor of this new breed of socializing and dining - known among locals as "Miami on European time" with its famed three-martini lunch and late-night crowd. Interiors by Alison Antrobus deliver plush seating clusters, latticed bookshelves, chandeliers and decorative accessories from private estates. Retractable linen blinds surrounding the elevated VIP area are a canvas for the fluid spectrum of colors that illuminate Badrutt’s in the evening. Complete with an exclusive Davidoff Cigar Lounge, state-of-the-art sound system and music helmed by world-renown resident DJ Andres Amadeus, Badrutt’s is cultivating a devout following of Wall Street-style gents and Ibiza-esque models. Mediterranean-brasserie style faire, Executive Chef Davide Piana presents dishes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients, from tortelloni stuffed with porcini and ricotta cheese served with veal sauce and black truffle, to striped sea bass in light broth and vegetables julienne. Open for lunch, dinner and late night dining.
Address: 1250 South Miami Avenue
Hours: Monday – Saturday 11:30 AM – 3:00 AM
Sunday - Closed