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Four Art Basel Dining Suggestions

Art Basel is already here and people are hectically making plans to shop, drink and dine in the Magic city. What are some of the best places to eat in style while mingling of crowds with artists and art-loving enthusiasts?

Here is a list of several of Art Basel’s most trendy dining hangouts that are expected to get crowded over the art event of the year.

Mandolin Bistro. Located in the edgy Design District, Mandolin is a trendy spot featuring  casual, welcoming atmosphere as well as eclectic crowds of locals and tourists. With its outside garden and international presence, Mandolin will appeal to the seekers of ‘’cosmopolitan themed’’ venues. Stop by for a short ‘’taste’’ of the Mediterranean cuisine, characterized by exotic mouth-watering dishes. 4312 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137
(305) 576-6066

Tamarina. If you look for a high-end dining venue where you can enjoy yummy food and an outside bar setting, you should head out to Tamarina, a beautiful new bar concept in the heart of Miami.  Mediterranean flavored menu and raw seafood bar choices, such as cured salmon, king craps and king crabs contribute for an exclusive setting. Also, do not miss to grab a drink at the al fresco champagne bar! 600 Brickell Ave Miami, FL 33131, 305-579-1888

The Forge.  Regularly listed as one of Miami Beach’s most upscale steakhouses run by the Michelin-starred chef Christopher Lee, The Forge is known for its fine dining offerings, an amazing selection of wines and a traditional luxury setting. 432 W. 41st St., Miami Beach. 305-538-8533.

Oak Tavern. This place has turned into a hub for creative Wynwood crowds. As the tavern’s staff says, it’s a place to relax and ‘’get comfortable’’! With a distinctive menu of wines, cocktails and craft beers, the venue will appeal to the lovers of pleasant music and casual ambiance.  2531 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127 (305) 748-2828




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