Just a tease of what guests can expect when it officially opens in January 2017, Artisan Beach House at The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami is hosting its first chic soiree on New Year’s Eve. Channel your inner James Bond/Bond Girl and join Artisan Beach House for its Shaken Not Stirred New Year’s Eve Gala on Saturday, December 31, 2016. Guests are encouraged to dress as their favorite 1960s James Bond character and ring in 2017 with the stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and Haulover Cut from The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami, and indulge in a multi-course dinner from Executive Chef Paula DaSilva.
Guests can choose from a variety of packages for the evening’s festivities:
· Early Dinner features a three-course dinner from 6PM – 8PM for $125 per person (excluding tax & gratuity).
· Late Dinner features a four-course dinner from 8:30PM – close for $250 per person (excluding tax & gratuity).
· Dance Party tickets are available for $95 per person (excluding tax & gratuity).
All diners are invited to stay for the dance party featuring music from DJ: RB NYC, live magician and an extravagant fireworks show. At midnight, guests will be treated to a celebratory glass of champagne to toast the New Year.
No James Bond party would be complete without some casino action. Attendees will be given $5,000 in gaming chips to try their hand with Lady Luck. The evening’s top winners will be awarded with an assortment of prizes including exclusive dining experiences, Exhale spa packages and much more.
Artisan Beach House will be DaSilva’s second collaboration with restaurant and nightlife impresario Seth Greenberg under the umbrella of Greenberg’s Sterling Group Management, Inc. The duo’s first venture was the widely acclaimed 1500 Degrees at Miami Beach’s iconic Eden Roc hotel.
Space is limited and reservations are required. For more information or to make a reservation, visit their website or call (305) 455-5460.
The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami is located at 10295 Collins Avenue. Telephone: (305) 455-5400; ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/miami/bal-harbour.
About Sterling Group Management, Inc.
With over twenty years of experience acquiring and developing high-end hotel, restaurant and nightlife properties in New York, Boston and Miami, Seth Greenberg is regarded as one of the premiere impresarios of today’s hospitality industries. Soon after graduating from Boston University, Greenberg purchased and successfully launched a number of the city’s most popular nightlife properties, including the Paradise, a venue credited with giving vital early exposure to then-up and coming acts such as U2 and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and M-80 playing host to some of the city’s most fashion-forward socialites. Greenberg established himself as a respected restaurateur with the opening of Mistral, a French-Mediterranean inspired restaurant in Boston. He also participated in the development team for the award-winning XV Beacon Hotel in 1999. In 2002, Greenberg once again showcased his talent and vision by successfully debuting his first New York City venue, Capitale. Clients and guests include Virgin Airlines, Elton John, Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and Angelina Jolie. In 2007, Greenberg expanded his catering infrastructure in New York by developing Espace, a 20,000 square-foot event space in the beautiful new Atelier Tower in midtown Manhattan. Greenberg completed the development of the Ames Hotel located in the historic Ames Building in Boston. Greenberg developed 1500 Degrees; a Farm to Table Dining concept that received the Esquire magazine award as one of the “Best New Restaurants in America.” Greenberg’s Bastille Kitchen opened to rave reviews in August 2014 in Boston’s Innovation District and Serafina Boston was unveiled April 2015. A second Serafina will open in Boston this coming summer. In addition to his hotel and restaurant ventures, Greenberg is co-founder of Boston Common; a magazine developed by Niche Media, LLC, a robust lifestyle publishing company whose other titles include Hamptons, Gotham, Aspen Peak and Los Angeles Confidential.
About The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami
Located near both Miami International and Fort Lauderdale International airports, our waterfront hotel offers a desirable address in the heart of the city’s most exclusive, Bal Harbour. From art and outdoor adventure to shopping and professional sports, visitors can explore top attractions just moments away. Those who prefer a leisure-intensive agenda can spend lazy days at our beautiful pool, or take in the beach scene from floor-to-ceiling windows and the private terrace of their luxury guest room.
Artisan Beach House
Information provided by Larry Carrino/Teresa Shum, Brustman Carrino Public Relations