DINING DIARY MIAMI | BÁZÍ
Modern meets Miami in the recent revamp of the iconic Marlin Hotel dining space, reminiscent of 1930s Hong Kong and enveloped in the hotel’s Art Deco grandeur. Helmed by acclaimed chef Michael Pirolo, Bází is a contemporary Asian-inspired restaurant inspired by a thoughtful interpretation of Asian classics with a modern twist, showcasing a technique-driven menu coupled with Chef’s skill for layering flavor. Sleek décor flows throughout, accented by gold elements and a touch of Asian design -- a new concept for the multilevel dining room, yet still honoring the legacy of famed architect Laurence Murray Dixon’s legacy. Contact your Attaché for reservations.
1200 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH