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NYC's The Dutch to Replace Solea at the W South Beach

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We couldn't get a word out of their PR person until just after the news broke, but Florence Fabricant at the NYT confirms exactly what we heard long ago: Andrew Carmellini is opening a branch of his NYC restaurant The Dutch at the W South Beach sometime in December, around Art Basel. Writes Flo Fab, "Mr. Carmellini said he wanted to add some iconic dishes he associates with Miami, like sour orange pie, grouper sandwiches at lunch and local shrimp — “the best,” he said. He described the restaurant as “very airy, indoor-outdoor,” unlike the urban feel of the Dutch in New York. But there will be an oyster bar, as in New York." Grouper sandwiches and local shrimp are more Keys than Miami, but that's just us being a sour orange. Iconic or not, we'll take it. [NYT]
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Right after FloFab broke the news, we heard from the Miami publicists for The Dutch, how timely, who sent us this official statement: "New York restaurateurs Chef Andrew Carmellini, Josh Pickard and Luke Ostrom will bring their American restaurant and its roots-inspired cuisine to the W South Beach with The Dutch, opening just in time for Art Basel. They have partnered with Karim Masri and Nicola Siervo who also own and operate The Wall, W South Beach’s nightlife destination, Wet and W Living Room Bar." Masri and Siervo also own and operate Quattro and Sosta on Lincoln Road. [EaterWire]

The Dutch

2201 Collins Avenue, , FL 33139 (305) 938-3111 Visit Website

The Dutch

2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach FL

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