Fontainebleau Goes Pink To Honor National Breast Cancer Awareness Month


It’s the most pink time of the year. Fontainebleau and the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Health System have created a collaboration to host the ninth annual Bleau Goes Pink Campaign for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In efforts to raise awareness and funds in hopes for the disease, the hotel, located on Millionaire’s Row, will offer promotions at two of its signature restaurants: Strip Steak by Michael Dina and Scarpetta by Scott Conant for the whole month of October. To exhibit this year’s Bleau Goes Pink Campaign, the historical Chateau building has been illuminated in pink to honor the warriors who have fought the disease and those who continue fighting today. From miles away, you can gaze pink rays of courage from dusk to 10:00 p.m. every night throughout the whole month of October.

Enjoy delightful oceanfront dinners at StripSteak by Micheal Mina and Scarpetta by Scott Conant. The pre-fixe three-coarse menu will consist of an appetizer, entree, dessert and a complimentary glass of rosé. The three-course meal will be priced at $55 person, excluding tax and gratuitiy. For every dinner ordered $5 will be donated to Sylvester.

Menus follow:


Enjoy a complimentary glass of rosé


Choose One

Yellowtail Crudo

olio di zenzero & pickled red onion


pesto, heirloom tomatoes, basil & arugula

Braised Short Ribs of Beef

vegetable & farro risotto


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Duck & Foie Gras Ravioli

marsala reduction

Ricotta Raviolini

mixed vegetables, wild garlic, hazelnut & roasted ricotta salata

Local Snapper

fregola nero, fennel & shellfish brodetto

Honey Glazed Duck

Caramelized endive, farro & truccioletto sauce


Guests choice of dessert from the dessert menu


Enjoy a complimentary glass of rosé


Choose One

Jumbo Gulf Shrimp Cocktail

sapphire gin, horseradish

Prime Steak Tartare

capers, shaved radish, crispy potatoes

Baby Iceberg Wedge

smoked blue cheese, house bacon, pickled shallots


Choose One

 Black Truffle Risotto

63º egg, Vidalia onion, green apple, celeriac

Gallus Braun Chicken

Mushroom dashi, warm kale, roasted garlic

Moyer Farms Angus 8 oz Filet Mignon


Guests choice of dessert from the dessert menu

About Fontainebleau Miami Beach

A spectacular blend of Golden Era glamour and modern luxury, Fontainebleau Miami Beach merges striking design, contemporary art, music, fashion and history into a vibrant guest experience. A revered landmark and symbol of style and sophistication since its opening in 1954, Fontainebleau Miami Beach boasts 1,504 guestrooms and suites appointed with lavish amenities; the world-renowned LIV™ Nightclub, 12 restaurants and lounges including two restaurants from Chef Michael Mina – StripSteak and Michael Mina 74; two AAA Four Diamond signature restaurants, Scarpetta and Hakkasan.

For general information or accommodations at Fontainebleau Miami Beach, visit or call 1.877.512.8002.

About Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of UHealth – the University of Miami Health System and the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, is among the nation’s leading cancer centers and South Florida’s only Cancer Center of Excellence. A 2015 study by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, published in The Journal of the American Medical Association, showed that cancer patients treated at Sylvester have a 10 percent higher chance of survival than those treated at nearly any other cancer center in the nation. With the combined strength of more than 120 cancer researchers and 130 cancer specialists, Sylvester discovers, develops and delivers more targeted therapies, providing the next generation of cancer clinical care – precision cancer medicine – to each patient. Our comprehensive diagnostics, coupled with teams of scientific and clinical experts who specialize in just one type of cancer, enable us to better understand each patient’s individual cancer and develop treatments that target the cells and genes driving the cancer’s growth and survival, leading to better outcomes.  For more information, visit