Craving seafood towers of oysters, clams, stone crab claws, prawns, tuna tartare, lobster and Alaskan king crab legs? Grab a date. This tower won’t eat itself. Yes, Lure Fishbar, the haven of edible delights from the sea and is now open at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel and ready for your can’t-wait-to-suck-down-champagne-and-oysters-face.
A raw bar, lobster rolls—turns out, coastal American cuisine is well worth a drive to South Beach. In celebration of Lure’s return, they’ve created the Cheers to the Sea shellfish tower promotion, available through June. Cheers to the Sea is priced at $199 and features a bottle of Veuve Clicquot paired with Lure’s signature Plateau Royale shellfish tower. The tower features Alaskan King Crab, Seafood Salad, Tuna Tartare, a half-pound of lobster, eight oysters, six shrimp, six clams and six crab claws. It’s an amazing deal as the shellfish tower alone typically goes for $175+.
What can you expect at the revamped restaurant, besides their trademark flawless seafood and bustling atmosphere? New menu items including caviar service, hamachi ponzu crispy rice and lobster fra diavolo to name a few, guests can still feast on signature dishes like the award-winning “Bash Burger” (a five-time New York and South Beach Wine and Food Festival Burger Bash winner (and known personal favorite of actress/model Chrissy Tiegen), sushi and fresh catch. Lure’s new Executive Chef James Kelly and Executive Sushi Chef Khaleel Ali are ready to welcome locals back and new Lure lovers for an unforgettable meal, alongside Chef Josh Capon.