Miami Beach

Traveling to Miami? A curated culinary journey awaits at Loews Miami Beach Hotel, where you can discover the cultural and culinary diversity of Miami’s neighborhoods without ever leaving the resort.

Drink and dine like a local, thanks to Flavor Miami, our hyper-local food and beverage program. We’ve partnered with 18 of Miami’s culinary leaders to provide you with an authentically local taste of the city – from freshly baked bread to locally churned ice cream, craft beers, specialty spirits and more.

First, let’s get to know some of these local artisans leading the pack, and then get ready to explore our destination, one sip and bite at a time.

Bee My Honey

Bee My Honey

Drizzle your delicious local honey straight from the comb on cheeses or fresh breads at Preston’s Market. Bee My Honey’s tropical wildflower raw honey is homemade in a Miami backyard and harvested the old-fashioned way.

Zak the Baker

Zak the Baker

Start your morning with fresh bread and baked goods from the James Beard Award-nominated baker Zak Stern. His local bakery is located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District, but his artisanal loaves and pastries are served on property at Preston’s Market, Bar Collins and Nautilus. Don’t miss out on the bread wall featuring Zak the Baker products, offered at Preston’s Market’s during breakfast.

Panther Coffee

Panther Coffee

Don’t be fooled by the hipster glasses. Panther Coffee isn’t your average hipster coffee shop. Miami’s most celebrated leaders in local roasting are now served at Miami Joe Coffee Co., where you can order your highly caffeinated drink of choice – whether a unique nitro cold brew or single-origin roast. Panther Coffee’s locally roasted blends use small-batch beans from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Brazil and beyond.

Azucar Ice Cream

Azucar Ice Cream

Cool down with a scoop of locally churned ice cream in Miami-inspired flavors, like Café con Leche – Cuban coffee-flavored ice cream with Oreo crumbles – or Abuela Maria with guava and traditional Maria cookies. Little Havana’s Azucar Ice Cream has become a staple storefront on Calle Ocho (the Spanish name for Eighth Street in Miami) and guests can also enjoy Azucar’s all-natural, homemade varieties from our Miami Joe Coffee Co. grab-and-go market.

Miami Club Rum

Miami Club Rum

Our bars and lounges – Bar Collins and Nautilus – proudly serve cocktails featuring liquor from the city’s first rum distillery, Miami Club Rum. As you sip on the specialty spirit, which is distilled from Florida ingredients, know that it’s aged to the sizzling sounds of Miami music to create a uniquely smooth and satisfying local rum.

Julio Cabrera

Julio Cabrera

The mastermind behind Bar Collins’ beverage program is also an internationally renowned mixologist. Named America’s Most Imaginative Bartender by GQ Magazine, Cabrera has curated a special selection of Miami-inspired cocktails, like the Flamingo Mojito and the Miami Vice Mule, for our lobby bar and lounge. The Cuban-born cantinero (what expert mixologists call themselves in his home country) even helped collaborate on the look of the bar, train the staff, design the menu, and more.

Wynwood Brewing & Funky Buddha Brewery

Wynwood Brewing

Crack open a local beer at Bar Collins, Nautilus or Lure Fishbar from South Florida craft breweries including Wynwood Brewing and Oakland Park’s Funky Buddha. While Funky Buddha features signature culinary-inspired brews like Maple Bacon Coffee Porter, Blueberry Cobbler Ale and other seasonal flavors, Wynwood’s first craft brewery offers varieties such as La Rubia Blonde Ale, Wynwood IPA, and the award-winning robust Pop’s Porter.

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