Terrazza at Shore Club

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Shore Club’s New Italian Stunner

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This season is gonna be big.

Bespectacled gallerinas. Domino battles with Bruce Weber. Predawn karaoke sessions with all three Olsens. Also: Art Basel is right around the corner.

You’re going to need somewhere to hide away during the madness.

Somewhere like Terrazza at Shore Club, a stunning new garden of Italian wine and homemade pasta, now open in South Beach.

You’re probably familiar with the space—it used to be Ago—so you’ll recognize the indoor dining room with its polished marble floors and flowing white curtains. But for a date (Elizabeth Olsen: big on pasta, we hear), commandeer a table on the outdoor patio.

That’s where you’ll find an expanded terrace with a little Mediterranean spirit—like you’re dining at some hidden alcove in Greece. Whitewashed chairs, rustic wooden tables, wide-open views of the hotel’s pool. (During the day: bikini-clad debauchery. At night: candlelit tranquility.)

Your meal: fairly authentic Italian (it helps that the new chef was born and raised in Rome). There’s pasta. Pizza. Wine. We’re thinking chianti and some plates of crab panzanella or a plate of housemade spaghetti...

Or, as you like to call it, foolproof date meal #137.


Terrazza at Shore Club
1901 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL, 33139


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