Riverside Hotspot Seaspice a.k.a. Miami’s Restaurant of the Arts
Mediterranean riverside restaurant Seaspice is one of the most coveted culinary concepts that has set precedent in fine dining and exemplary service in South Florida. Since its opening in 2015, the “must see” Miami hotspot is often credited as the leading force in the revitalization of the Miami River neighborhood with its innovative cuisine and support of culinary, performance and visual artistry.
Applying visual and performing arts into the concept, Seaspice owners Carlos and Maryam Miranda strongly believe in supporting locals. Their dedication to the arts can be found around the restaurant including the sculpture installation of “Appropriations from El Rio: As Time Goes By” by contemporary artist Carlos Betancourt along with its curated weekly concerts with some of the most promising artists in the industry –Seaspice Live in collaboration with Art House Records, from eight time Grammy Award-winning producer/composer Julio Reyes Copello.
Covering the culinary arts to deliver the delicious globally influenced cuisine is Executive Chef Angel Leon who draws inspiration from flavors and spices from around the globe to create aesthetically pleasing dishes, while continuously conceptualizing savory new dishes, such as the acclaimed Salt Crusted Local Whole Red Snapper flambéed tableside served with black truffle risotto, Australian Rack of Lamb herb crusted with citrus yogurt sauce, Seaspice Scampi with jumbo prawns, garlic, kalamata olives, tomato confit, and white wine, and reimagined brunch staples like the Power Waffles made with quinoa, flaxseed and oats, hazelnut, almond butter, acai yogurt and honey topped with fruits, Backed Black Truffle Egg Tart with gruyere cheese, puff pastry, chervil, and Caviar & Eggs Trifle with white sturgeon caviar, purple potatoes, soft scrambled eggs, smoked black cod and creme fraiche.
Throughout the years, Seaspice Miami has amassed a celebrity following, which has welcomed the likes of Beyoncé, David Beckham, Barbra Streisand, Carlos Slim, Justin Bieber, Marc Anthony, and Dwayne Wade, to name a very few.
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