Over the past 20 years, fashion and fare have become intimately intertwined in the South Florida scene. While trends shift from one fad to the next, the timeless charm and effortless style of these establishments are proving them to be icons that define the city we love.
Cecconi's Miami Beach
Since it opened two-and-a-half years ago, Cecconi’s has found favor with international
fashion luminaries and savvy denizens alike, who swarm the
light-strewn terrace for a chance to partake in Miami’s artistic underbelly over
Venetian cuisine. The goat cheese and black truffle pizza and the skirt steak
with cipollini onions and truffle sauce are menu standouts that keep patrons
coming back. Located at Soho Beach House—the still-hot members-only club
that lures creative trades and hosts shows for Chloé and Rag & Bone, among
other top brands—Cecconi’s is a fashion destination for all. And it’s known for
clientele with as much panache as the place itself. While invitations to ultraprivate
events at Soho Beach House during Art Basel Miami Beach this December
were highly coveted, a reservation at Cecconi’s proved equally as elite.
4385 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-507-7902
photography by gesi schilling (cecconi’s); gary james (prime one twelve); dale stine (news cafe)