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Blue Door Reborn as Blue Door Fish

Just like when Prince changed his name to the Artist Formerly Known as Prince, Blue Door at Delano debuts to the public this weekend as Blue Door Fish. In its latest incarnation, the restaurant features a new look and a new, seafood-centric menu created by the man behind all of Blue Door's personalities, Claude Troisgros, now joined by his son Thomas, who helped tweak the menu.

Still on the menu: Blue Door's greatest hits--Thon Thon, Crabavocat, Big Ravioli, (sustainable) Loup Cajou, Homard Banana and Boeuf Gorgonzola.

New on the menu: Caramelized Octopus with garlic, shallots and Dijon mustard served with a black olive potato salad ($15); Scallops a la Plancha with brown butter sauce, garlic, lemon, parsley and pine nuts ($18); Tomato Four Ways served fresh, confit, sundried and sherried with fresh mozzarella & basil ($14); Yellowfin Tuna seared au poivre with truffled frites ($33); Red Snapper served grilled with an Antiboise sauce of tomato, black olives, capers, anchovy & basil, with bok choy with garlic chips ($28); Cobia seared with preserved lemon & fresh herbs olive oil and crushed potatoes ($28) and Shrimp over risotto with a saffron bouillabaisse-style sauce ($34),

Blue Door Fish

Delano Hotel, 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

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