FINE DINING AND FESTIVITIES ON NEW YEAR’S EVE 2011
Miami Beach’s newest dining hotspot, The Dutch, will be open during their regular business hours on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. The restaurant will serve breakfast, from 7:30 a.m. to noon, with selections including hazelnut-crusted French toast with citrus ($15) and The Cosmo, a basket of pastries, croissants, pain au chocolate and muffins with butter, preserves and marmalade, your choice of coffee or tea and juice ($18). Lunch will be served from noon to 4 p.m., with menu options including Asian white boy ribs ($15), grouper Kuroyaki sandwich with yuzu and tomato ($16), and blue crab pizza with tomato, zucchini and jalapeno ($17). The Dutch will serve dinner, from 6 p.m. to midnight, offering dishes such as spice-glazed pork chop with roasted apple and mustard greens ($29); 28 ounce veal porterhouse with gremolata served with a salad of Swank Farms lettuces ($52) and roasted marinated chicken with Swank Farm beans and tomato ($19).
On New Year’s Eve, apart from serving their usual a-la-carte menu for dinner, The Dutch will also offer some menu specials. Chef Andrew Carmellini will have special caviar on-hand and shavings of white truffle foam from Alba will make its way around the dining room. A mini metropolis of shellfish towers will be displayed in the dining room. At the stroke of midnight, guests will be treated to a champagne toast to ring-in the New Year. A fine and unique selection of champagnes will be available. The Dutch is located inside W South Beach Hotel & Residences, 2201 Collins Avenue, in Miami Beach. For more information and reservations call (305) 938-3111 or visit www.thedutchmiami.com.