Miami has inherited a new restaurant with a view, and we just want to live here.
Recently opened, Malibu Farm Miami Beach inside the Eden Roc Miami Beach will be home to the next Blurry Brunch® by The Hungry Post presented by Johnnie Walker on June 23rd, starting at 12 PM, with free entrance until 2 PM.
Before the world finds out about this beach gem with an unreal ocean breeze and vibrant farm-to-table dishes, be amongst the first to experience a one of a kind Malibu experience. Hungries that arrive early can start sipping craft cocktails at Johnnie Walker’s happy hour until 3 PM and unwind to 80s tunes by DJ Hushmoney from Marion. Top off brunch with a cauliflower crust pizza or an egg sandwich with lemon aioli followed by a very expected reggaeton turn when DJ Andre Ferro of TuCandela starts spinning.
Did we mention the view? Something about it says French Riviera, but you be the judge. Either way, it’s jaw-dropping.
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Oh, and yes, we’ll have screens to play the World Cup game at 2 PM.
Eden Roc Miami Beach
Centrally located in the heart of Mid-Beach, Eden Roc Miami Beach epitomizes the Beach Cosmopolitan lifestyle, offering guests an exhilarating atmosphere, international perspective, and a fresh take on luxury. Designed by famed architect Morris Lapidus, today this iconic fixture has been reenergized through a complete overhaul with major renovations, refreshed interiors, and exciting partnerships. The hotel boasts 415 spacious, oceanfront guest rooms, three refreshing pools, 22,000 square feet of spa and fitness facilities, and 70,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Featuring world-renowned restaurant offerings, the hotel proudly offers the famed Nobu Restaurant & Bar and the acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant Malibu Farm. For more information and reservations, please call 305-531-0000 or visitwww.edenrocmiamibeach.com.
Malibu Farm is a rapidly expanding farm-to-table movement founded by Swedish native, Chef Helene Henderson. Born from Helene’s intimate dinner parties in her expansive garden, Malibu Farm found its first home on the pier in Malibu, California and will now find a new home on the East coast at our property. Offering a selection of healthy selections and influenced by fresh vegetables and seafood, Malibu Farm seeks to bring the farm-to-table (or farm-to-fork) concept to Miami locals and health-savvy travelers from all around the world. “Fresh, organic, local” is really the motto at Malibu Farm. Owner, cookbook author and farmer Helene Henderson will bring her signature style of local, sustainable, fresh-off-the-farm fare along with an extensive wine and cocktail menu.
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