Caviar Hot Spots

July 17, 2012 | by —LIANA LOZADA | Homepage


Gazapacho topped with crostini and caviar at The Dome

Bella Beach Club
Mediterranean-inspired beach club Bella Beach not only offers a supreme caviar selection, but one that you can enjoy with your feet planted in the sand and the salt air all around. Options sold by the ounce include a Kaluga Huso Supreme roe ($225), Onix Royale Osetra ($175), and Siberian Osetra ($150). 18001 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles, 305-673-3878; bellabeachclub.com

The Dome Restaurant & Caviar Bar
Last week, Coral Gables restaurant The Dome launched an exclusive line of vegan caviar (made of seaweed) in conjunction with new summer menu items. Traditionalists will prefer the caviar small plates and platters, though. Start with caviar-topped oysters and smoked salmon rolls and then splurge on a platter of Caspian or Kaluga caviar. Platters are served with crème fraîche, truffle scrambled eggs, toast points, and blini. 271 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 305-648-4999; thedomemiami.com

Quattro Gastronomia Italiana
Twin chefs Nicola and Fabrizio Carro recently rolled out a three-course caviar tasting menu at their Northern Italian restaurant for $140 per person. The Carros brothers have paired Agroittica Lombarda caviar with crispy bruschetta, pink shrimp bisque, and carnaroli risotto with Maine lobster. If you’ve never tried caviar, this is a great way to get your palate familiar. Wine pairings are also available for an additional charge. 1014 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-531-4833; quattromiami.com

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