Miami Beach is identified for its hotter than hot nightlife, luxe hotels and a best-notch dining scene. The Florida Cookery in The James Royal Palm hotel on Collins Avenue, envisioned by Rottet Studio, is a new injection of upscale, beachy dining, with a contemporary restaurant design and style rooted in Old-Florida sentiment.
Streamlined interiors play off of a style trifecta: 1950s flair, Art Deco influence and a sleek, nautical edge. The restaurant serves “local, fresh and unpretentious cuisine” and sits upon the second story of the hotel, which is reached by ascending a striking wooden staircase from the gleaming lobby.
Upon the instant, elevated entrance, a single notices this restaurant takes complete benefit endless views of the glistening Atlantic even though also attracting non-cease sunny light by way of walls of windows. An sophisticated, crisp mix of bold white and wealthy wooden mid-century modern day furnishings, paneling, appointments and accents are a breath of fresh (ocean) air.
Lighting pendants produced of glass-and-rope fishing floats hang gracefully more than the banquettes in the dining area. Tables strewn collectively in a linear pattern of rows are created of lacquered wood with white inlays representing classic triangular sails. Terrazzo floors depict the Deco impact, making a cool setting for the hulking ship-like columns, rounded wall mirrors and metal railings which accentuate the maritime feel. Geometric white partitions function candlelit votives bringing forth a soft glow to the spacious interiors.
An outdoor dining patio adjacent to the swimming pool characteristics a textural ceiling clad in stacked Brazilian Ipe wood mentioned to replicate a vessel’s hull. The very same material is featured on the vast window screening permitting for comfortable shading in this open-air space.
Florida Cookery is a refined, culinary experience inside a capsule of modern restaurant style which imparts a nostalgic vibe for each and every and every discerning guest–in South Florida and beyond.