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5 must-eat spots during Miami Art Basel

We interviewed a couple of famous artists and contributors to Art Basel in Miami to make this hot spot list of places to dine (and more) during your stay there.
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Phil Goldfarb's top 3 places:

Phil Goldfarb, president and COO Fontainbleau Miami Beach, shared with us his favorite and most delicious must-visit spots in Miami.


Hakassan at Fontainbleau

Simply chic & exotic for almost 10 years.

Food: modern Cantonese fare & weekend dim sum.

Known and popular for delicious food and signature cocktails.

Selected and loved by Paris  Hilton, Shakil O’Neil, Kim Kardashian with her sisters.


Prime 112 Restaurant at 112 Ocean Drive Miami

Modern boutique steakhouse.

Food: finest quality dry-aged beef steaks and more

Known for Truffled Lobster Mac and Cheese and Kobe Beef Sliders

Loved by @foodfgod and Kim Kardashian


Three-story indoor/outdoor eatery and lounge.

Food: contemporary Southeast Asian cuisine with a South Florida vibe

Known for Peking Duck, Tuna & Toro Roll, and Lobster Dynamite.

Spotted there: DJ Khalid, super model Winnie Harlow, Pharrell Williams, Lenny Kravitz. 


Pick up from Lina Condes, artist at Art Basel in Miami

Zuma Miami

Perfect place for brunch with a view on Miami river.

Food: minimalistic Japanese finger food  

Known for attentive yet discreet first-class staff and robata grill.

Selected and loved by a wide range of actors, musicians and athletes, from Kevin Spacey, and Will Smith to Lenny Kravitz, Janet Jackson to David Beckham, Lennox Lewis and Roger Federer.


LaMuse Cafe

One more amazing place for brunch within an art gallery.

Food: intimate coffeehouse serving pastries, sandwiches & salads.

Known for croissant Sandwiches Served With Fresh Salad and Sweets & Beets Chips

Spotted: artists such as Alec Monopoly,  Lina Condes, street artist Skyler Grey and CEO of Automobile Lamborghini .

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