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The Early Word on Restaurant Michael Schwartz

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Restaurant Michael Schwartz at The Raleigh opened up just a few weeks ago and is already gathering quite a following. Schwartz' latest serves up dishes based on his keep-it-pure-and-simple approach to food, using fresh and locally-sourced ingredients. Here's what people have to say about Restaurant Michael Schwartz so far:

Amazing news: One OpenTable reviewer says the spot is a "gorgeous setting" that serves "delightful food". She says the dishes they ate were "creative" and "nearly perfectly prepared". She also notes that Restaurant Michael Schwartz is "up to the standard of his original in the Design District, but in a more romantic and relaxed environment". [OpenTable]

Good news: A TripAdvisor reviewer says the spot is "whimsical", "chic" and "romantic". She says she was "impressed with the outdoor dining space", the "huge wine list" and the "amazing flavor" of the dishes.

Poor news: Another commenter on OpenTable says food is "overrated" and "doesn't live up to all the hype". [OpenTable]

Good news: Back over on OpenTable, a reviewer says she had "a lovely experience" and that this is a "great addition" to South Beach. She says you "can't beat the ambience" and "the service was attentive and sincere and refreshing". [OpenTable]

Excellent news: A Yelper says she went for brunch "two weeks in a row". She says her and her group "love the chill ambiance, orchid lined foliage by the pool and outside décor". Her favorite dishes include the "grilled cheese, shishito peppers, and the breakfast burrito". [Yelp]

Restaurant Michael Schwartz

1775 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Restaurant Michael Schwartz

1775 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

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