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The presentations here are refered to as the oversized, over-the-big-top presentations as "Cirque du Soleil dining." Example one: an appetizer described as "NYC curbside Sabrett hot dog served on pretzel bread with homemade sauerkraut, a side of chips, and a can of Dr. Brown's soda." Michael's Kitchen is all about the show. There are some winners, though, including a main course of crisp, meaty Peking-style duck glossed with orange-based Asian glaze, a juicy wad of plum-glazed salmon cooked on a cedar plank, and a sizable slab of Mongolian baby-back ribs. Accompaniments don't quite hit the spot, but heftily portioned à la carte sides do, especially penne mac and cheese. Richly satisfying, supersweet desserts march to the same whimsical beat as the preceding courses. Some will go for the more-is-more style more than others.
Stone crabs lovers are invited to dip and dance every Friday at Kitchen 305 in the Newport Beachside Hotel & Resort with an all-you-can-eat stone c...
Ladies open bar 10 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Enjoy half off appetizers and drinks.
And all you can eat king crab for $45
Music by DJ BLX
Fishing for dinner plans tonight? Look no further. Kitchen 305 at Newport Hotel and Resort has plenty lobster and stone crab to go around a couple times for those who appreciate its sweet, succulen... More »
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Stone crab season is as uniquely South Florida as the neon-colored strip on Ocean Drive. Sure, Joe's Stone Crab and Joe's Takeaway are "the" places to grab some claws and mustard sauce, but there are ... More »
This place is so awful it doesn't merit a star!!! If I could give it a NEGATIVE STAR I would...
After hearing about "Wednesday All You Can Eat Lobster Night" we made an 8:30 reservation for dinner for 5 people (9 hours in advance because someone strongly recommended we make a reservation before we went) and even went out of our way to show up early to make sure we were seated on time. We waited 30 minutes in a line to just to check in for our reservation and were told by 1 of 3 hostesses that we would be seated between 45-50 min.
We decided to stay and wait considering it seemed like people were being called in a timely manner. Two and a half hours and two drinks by the bar later we were finally called into a large banquet room apart from main dining area and the 5 of us were seated at a table for 10, which was so absurdly large we agreed to wait a few minutes longer for them to clean off a table that would better accomodate us.
Just when we thought we were about to have "the lobster fest" of our lives the waitress informed us the restaurant was no longer serving lobster because they ran out (at 10:30 p.m.) and seemed annoyed that the hostess had not provided this information to us. We asked to asked for a manager as our (useless) reservation, was specifically for the lobster dinner and everything else the few people that were not dining on lobster had looked sub par. The hostess and manager both offered us 20% off our final bill for the inconvenience and gave us the excuse that they accept 900 reservations a night for dinner, which is clearly ridiculous considering the size of the place and the number of servers they had.
After much dismay over the much anticipated lobster feast that so many people were raving about, we took our party elsewhere and enjoyed a delicious well worth the price dinner at another local gem where we are never disappointed or have to wait.
Bottom line, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU NEVER VISIT THIS PLACE!!! It is far from chic, food did not look so appetizing, and the service was beyond TERRIBLE!!!
I've just gone here for the nightclub that this place turns into at some point in time - I don't think I would drive out of my way to go here, but it is pretty nice if you live down the street, within walking distance. Lots of russian girls dancing around - the only problem I had was one of the female bartenders was hooking up the drinks and the male bartender was seriously slacking on my gin & lime...
Kitchen 305 offers an exciting and unique dining experience where creative plating techniques showcase distinctive gastronomic American-eclectic fare at its best. Where South Beach meets Sunny Isles Beach, Kitchen 305 offers great food and a fun dining in a chic setting. Located inside the Newport Beachside Resort, Kitchen 305 brings it!
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