One of the city's most talked about places to dine these days is none other than Le Zoo. This French brasserie by Philadephia restaurateur Stephen Starr has a menu boasting the classic Parisian... Read More
One of the city's most talked about places to dine these days is none other than Le Zoo. This French brasserie by Philadephia restaurateur Stephen Starr has a menu boasting the classic Parisian favorites that the local, well-to-do clientele love. Start a meal with freshly baked bread and an onion soup, green salad, or mushroom tart--all flavorful yet small enough to leave room for what you really came for. Bouillabaisse, steak au poivre, quiche lorraine, croque madame, and trout almondine are among the favorites here, and pair excellently with a nice glass of bubbly from their impressive selection. Of course, if champagne isn't your poison, you can always opt for a glass of red or white, or a handcrafted cocktail from their top-shelf bar. The ambiance leaves nothing to be desired, the service is prompt and professional, and overall, Le Zoo impresses even the harshest of critics.
Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave #135
Miami Beach, FL 33154
- French: "Unless it's raining cats and dogs and mosquitos or feeling like 1,000 degrees out, we suggest enjoying your dinner on the outside patio."
- Best for French Because: Miami is lacking in brasseries, but this one proves that you only need one if you do it right.