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La Côte at Fontainebleau Gets a Fancy New Facelift

Just in time for summer

Like many things (and people) on South Beach, every once and a while a refresher is needed. La Côte at Fontainebleau has followed suit, undergoing a face light in the past few weeks to unveil a revamped new look on the heels of its eighth year in business.

The two-level beach club inspired by the Côte d’Azur, was redesigned by Jeffrey Beers International and features six new teak frame cabanas, upholstered lounge furniture and plenty of seating where you can soak up ocean views and even better views of the Fontainebleau pool.

The food and drink menus have gotten a revamp as well with dishes like grilled brie with chutney, garlic shrimp and espelette cured salmon added to the menu. As for beverages, the drink menu got two new unique additions: the Domaine Sainte Foy La Côte, a rosé bottled exclusively for La Côte, and La Côte Hefeweizen, created specially from M.I.A. Brewing. Check out the whole revamp in the images below.

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