|The tuna tacos at Lure Fishbar|
The ambiance at the restaurant is really nice. The decore is nautical-sophisticate; wood paneling, and an old world feel. This particular evening was very rainy, and the space felt cozy. Starting off at the beautiful bar, the assortment of drink options is impressive. While you do pay South Beach prices for the drinks, it's one of the few places that makes the experience of emptying your wallet, a worthy one. The select drink is the "Catch and Release," a blend of vodka, dolin blanc vermouth, pressed watermelon, served with a watermelon radish and matching a frozen watermelon ice cube. Very refreshing and not overly sweet. A great cocktail.
|Tempura Shrimp appetizer at Lure Fishbar|
|The tuna tataki with mandarin orange slices and crispy fried onions at Lure Fishbar|
Then, an unexpected and amazing surprise came to our table just before our main entree - this incredible Snow crab feast! This included oysters (blue point, and kumamoto), jumbo shrimp cocktail, and blue crab cocktail. The presentation was picture worthy. Everything was very fresh.
|Amuse-Bouche: complimentary ap. Tostones topped with sauteed shrimp with cucumber, avocado, garlic sauce.|
Please note: a 20% gratuity is already added to your bill. The waitstaff do make it a point to tell you in advance.
|Left: Dress by Almost Famous; Right: Jeans are Blank NYC, top is Asos, Shoes are J.Crew, Bag is Old Navy.|
Almost Famous clothing. It's super comfortable and generally figure flattering despite the horizontal stripes.
Dress c/o Almost Famous
Shoes: Vince Allison Mules
Purse: Old Navy Saddle Bag