Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach is a boutique hotel located in the heart of Miami, Florida, just steps away from the beach. In addition to its trendy suites and impressive views, Kimpton Angler’s offers an unparalleled lineup of dining experiences.
Many of the meals we enjoyed were Miami Spice specials. During Miami Spice Restaurant Months, guests can enjoy three-course meals at a variety of top-tier restaurants throughout the greater Miami area, for only $28 for brunch and lunch, or $48 for dinner.
We were invited to stay at Kimpton Angler’s to experience the hotel from a foodie’s perspective, and we were far from disappointed. Here is our food lover’s itinerary for Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach.
Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach: A Food Lover’s Itinerary
The first step in your unforgettable stay at Kimpton Angler’s is checking in! We stayed in a Deluxe King Guest Room. The room was spacious and modern, offering the perfect space to sit back and relax.
The bathrooms at Kimpton Angler’s feature large walk-in showers with stylish tiling throughout.
Our room featured a full balcony with lovely views of Miami’s Washington Ave. (only two blocks away from the beach).
Brunch at Seawell Fish N’ Oyster
Once you’ve had time to settle into your room a bit, it’s time for brunch. Seawell Fish N’ Oyster is modern American seafood restaurant located at Kimpton Angler’s South Beach. Seawell Fish N’ Oyster is a participating restaurants during Miami Spice Restaurant Months, and we were lucky enough to begin our foodie journey at Seawell with their Miami Spice brunch.
Priced at $28 per person, the Miami Spice brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
To wake us up, we started our brunch with the Boozy Berry Lemonade (rum) and the Mezcal Sunrise (tequila).
Berries + Yogurt
The first course of Seawell’s Miami Spice brunch is the Berries + Yogurt. This dish is light and tasty, combining the sweet flavors of yogurt, fresh fruit and granola.
Next up on the brunch rotation is the Crab Benedict. Fresh crab, sliced avocado, a poached egg and greens are all artistically paired atop a slice of toast. While every dish was delicious, the Crab Benedict alone is worth the price of the entire brunch. The crab is remarkably fresh and the combination of flavors simply work.
Ricotta + Lemon Pancake
Ricotta + Lemon Pancakes are last up for Seawell Fish N’ Oysters’ Miami Spice brunch. The ricotta and lemons flavors are complemented wonderfully by fresh blueberries. These pancakes are sweet without being overpowering, making them the perfect third course dish.
Drinks by the Rooftop Pool
Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach offers guests unparalleled views from its rooftop pool and lounge area. On a warm Miami afternoon, it’s the perfect spot to cool off and enjoy some cocktails.
We ordered the Blood Orange Spritz and the Cucumber Spritz. The Blood Orange Spritz is made with blood orange, aperol, mionetto prosseco and club soda, while the Cucumber Spritz featured Beefeater Gin, cucumber, mint and bubbles. Both were delicious and refreshing.
The rooftop pool offers guests dynamic 360 views of Miami.
For those who can’t stop by the pool, cocktails can also be purchased at the Minnow Bar, which is located right in the hotel’s lobby.
Oyster Hour at Seawell Fish N’ Oyster
Every day from 6 to 7 p.m., Seawell Fish N’ Oyster hosts an “Oyster Hour.” During this time, guests can enjoy half off all oysters, and $9 glasses of Aperol Spritz or Prosecco.
The Aperol Spritz is a must. The cocktail pairs perfectly with the fresh oysters, and who are we kidding? We’ll take any excuse to enjoy an Aperol Spritz or two.
Staying in Miami Beach, you can be confident that your oysters will be fresh and appetizing. That was certainly the case during our Oyster Hour experience.
We ordered a 1/2 dozen of raw oysters, and a 1/2 dozen of charbroiled oysters. Both were outstanding, and absolutely worth it. If you can’t decide between the two, we recommend ordering half and half like we did (they are half off after all).
Dinner at Seawell Fish N’ Oyster
Finally, for dinner we are heading back to Seawell Fish N’ Oyster. We had the opportunity to try their Miami Spice dinner, and we were once again left thoroughly impressed. For $48 per person, you can enjoy a decadent three course meal at Seawell Miami.
To drink, we started with the Brazilian Mule and the Cucumber Spritz. Both were prepared well and offered generous servings of liquor.
Roasted Red Beets + Greens
The first course of Seawell’s Miami Spice dinner is Roasted Red Beets + Greens. This dish combines the unique flavors of PEI mussels, pomegranate elderflower tea and arugula air. We can say with confidence that we’ve never tasted anything quite like it before. The Roasted Red Beets + Greens were unique and delectable.
The main course for this dinner is the Swordfish, a divine dish featuring fresh swordfish paired with kohlrabi + green apple, heirloom baby carrots, tangeringe and a habanero glaze. We are not exaggerating when we say this is the best Swordfish we’ve ever tasted. Run, don’t walk, to Seawell’s Miami Spice dinner to enjoy this dish.
The final course of Seawell’s Miami Spice dinner is the Pavlova. This dessert pairs a dense pavolva cake with blackberries, fermented mango and hibiscus port wine. It may sound simple, but this treat is the perfect way to end the night. It’s sweet and flavorful, but somehow manages to remain light.
Executive Chef of Seawell Fish N’ Oyster, Craig Tooker, is the visionary behind Seawell’s impressive brunch, Oyster Hour and dinner menus. His skill, passion and expertise is evident in each and every dish served.
Thank you to Kimpton Angler’s and Seawell Fish N’ Oysters for hosting us, we are eager to return!