What’s Haute: Miami – Art Basel, Quattro, Mandarin Oriental, Crandon Golf Key Biscayne

With Art Basel being one of the grandest affairs in the world, we thought it would be fitting to focus this edition of What’s Haute around Miami’s offerings that are fit for the sophisticated crowd that descends upon the city.

By Kristelle Devieux

1014 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach


For the ultimate in authentic Italian trattoria, nothing beats Quattro, a gastronomic oasis in the heart of South Beach. Quattro’s classic Northern Italian Cuisine brings the most authentic tastes of the region to South Florida. In addition to offering an extensive menu of Northern Italian specialties, there’s a supreme all-Italian wine list and monthly tasting menus that celebrate the food and wine from a particular region of Italy.

500 Brickell Key Dr.
Brickell Key


Centrally located in the urban oasis of Brickell Key, one of Miami’s most prestigious commercial and residential locations, the deluxe 326-room waterfront hotel boasts Miami’s most spacious guest rooms and suites. Each of the hotel’s suites evokes a serene, residential feel and provides spectacular views from balconies and terraces overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and the Miami skyline. The hotel also provides a private beach, a popular spa, and notable dining options like Azul, headed up by rising star chef Clay Conley.