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Have a Yacht Under 200 Ft and Love a Great Miami Ambiance?

Last week I discovered Miami’s best secret: Sea Salt and Pepper. I had heard about it in the news, as Beyonce, Jay-Z, Ryan Philippe, Bob Sinclair and JD Pierre Zon have made it their “go-to” stop while in Miami, so I decided to give it a shot.

First and foremost, for you yacht owner’s, this is perfect for you to know about. Located on the Miami River next to Garcia’s, Sea Salt and Pepper accommodates up to a 200-ft vessel. A fab solution for a great Sunday brunch.

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Secondly, the ambiance makes one feel that they are in Europe. The owners, developers and designers of Sea Salt were Stephane Dupoux and Carlos Miranda. The overall experience is just as incredible as their global fancy names! The high ceilings, the Carlos Betancourt installation (Betancourt is a old time friend of Miranda’s Sister Anna Denise) and the cuisine are unparalleled to any other venue in our city.

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Delve into fresh oysters, a beautiful selection of a raw bar or various options on the menu. There is something for everyone, and their bar scene is quite chic as well. Insider sources tell me they envision themselves being the next La Piaggia, so once the sun in our city appears, reserve your table to partake in this jaw dropping experience. Oh, and a fun fact: Sea Salt and Pepper’s building was rumored to be the original sea plane hangar of Howard Huges. Voila et Bon Appetit!

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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014