Piece of Cake

Caviar and French Wine in Bal Harbour

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You love it. She loves it. You both save room for it.

And you’re always on the lookout for a polished spot that will please you both.

Presenting Savarin, a new temple of dainty sweets and wine, now open at the Bal Harbour Shops.

Now about the name: it refers to a type of French cake doused with rum syrup, so expect lots of quaint Parisian-ness: servers with sexy accents, a polished glass case brimming with delicate tarts, mousse and fresh-baked croissants. Also, a bit of quaint Russian-ness: six types of caviar, including Siberian osetra.

Here’s when you’ll go to this place. You’re having a nice, low-lit dinner at the Shops. (Maybe at Makoto downstairs.) But before you suggest taking a barefoot walk on the beach, you tell her about this little spot you know for macarons that come in unlikely flavors like foie gras or black truffle. And plenty of dessert wine.

You can settle into one of the tables on the outdoor patio, or—if she’s interested in enjoying this bounty in private—you can parlay the whole thing into a post-dinner picnic.

You knew that astroturf on your balcony would come in handy.


at the Bal Harbour Shops
9700 Collins Ave
Bal Harbour, FL, 33154


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