September 23, 2016
September 22, 2016
Oyster sliders, part of the anniversary prix fixe at The Dutch
Believe it or not, it has been one year since The Dutch brought its elevated comfort food to the W South Beach. In honor of the anniversary, chef and co-owner Andrew Carmellini, chef de cuisine Conor Hanlon, and pastry chef Josh Gripper have put together a three-course meal of their greatest hits ($65) available for one-week-only (November 11–18).
First course options include a trio of fried oyster sliders with pickled okra sauce or a butter lettuce salad with pear, hazelnut, and blue cheese, while main courses include a house-made pappardelle with lamb ragu, creamy ricotta, and mint or a steamed red snapper in coconut curry broth. The meal ends with a slice of one of Gripper’s seasonal pies.
Carmellini knows it wouldn’t be a birthday without a cocktail or two. To that end, the bar is offering its Southern Peach (peach-infused bourbon, bitters, crème de pêche) and Watermelon Crush (vodka, jalepeño, cilantro, watermelon, lemon, black pepper) for just $9 each. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-938-3111