Hotels in Miami for lunch

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    SenatorGold
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    May I have the good advice of the Forum’s cognoscenti? On 17 December I arrive at MIA at 10.00hrs from Grand Cayman and depart at 19.10hrs for LHR on the AA 777-300ER for LHR. It will be my 55th birthday and between flights I’d like to go somewhere special for lunch. I will be on my own. Does anyone have any recommendations? I’d like somewhere where I can lunch Al fresco. From the Wallpaper Guide to Miami The Raleigh Pool Bar looked like somewhere to consider.


    Jetcruiser
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    Season has started for us so you may want to avoid Ocean Drive (tourist trap venues) and Collins Avenue properties (heavy traffic). I would recommend JUVIA MIAMI – http://www.juviamiami.com/ – delicious food, great views and inside/outside seating options. Also, you can walk to Lincoln Road (2 minutes away) if you want to do a bit of holiday shopping.


    Bullfrog
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    Downtown Miami, as opposed to South Beach.

    How about Mandarin Oriental if you’re after a ‘hotel restaurant’.


    SenatorGold
    Participant

    Thank you both of you – I like the idea of both your recommendations.


    MartynSinclair
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    ..and a very happy 55th SenatorGold… I am 1 year behind you and life has never been better (except for now being an orphan)…


    SenatorGold
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    Thank you Martyn. I will reflect on what you say over lunch and toast you and all Forum contributors. I feel very privileged that my 50’s have given me the opportunity to travel more often and extensively than before and in greater style and comfort.


    DJA1stClass4sure
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    Right on the airport property but a taxi ride away is the 94th Aero Squadron Miami Restaurant. http://www.94thmiami.com. It is located at 1395 NW 57th Ave. This is a really great place to eat, out of the terminal and without the hustle of traffic to South Beach. I recently ate here as part of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary yearly Change of Watch. I highly recommend it.

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