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Solo Cafe and Patisserie at the Fontainebleau

Map & Directions 4441 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33140
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Snack Food
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Lot Available, Meters, Valet


Miami New Times' Description

The strawberry marshmallow tart looks like a ruby-studded hat for a pampered parakeet. The chocolate macaroon could be an ottoman for Trump's pet caterpillar. And the champagne truffles: eyes for an ostentatious snowman. Imagination runs amok when confronted with glistening display cases arrayed with éclairs, meringues, pralines, petits fours, and all sorts of dashing desserts that Willy Wonka woulda made if he were born in France. That's where Solo's award-winning pastry chef (and master chocolatier) Jean-Marie Auboine comes from, and his creations are as stunningly presented and astonishingly luscious as those found in any Parisian patisserie (prices per individual treat range from $2 to $6). This pastry shop/café is found adjacent to the Fontainebleau Hotel's elegant lobby, and as the day progresses, so does the menu — from an emphasis on espressos and pastries to a more substantial selection of salads and sandwiches. The Fontainebleau's iconic cakes, synonymous with the hotel since 1954, are also available — plus there's a doughnut counter, espresso counter, and so forth. Solo's desserts are the proverbial toy store for those with a sweet tooth.

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  • Miami New Times on 12/10/10

    Waiting for LIV to open its doors, pre-game at Bleau and watch the over-the-top glamour of South Beach.

  • @MisterHirsch on 09/18/10

    Have the bartender make you a caipirinha with Sagatiba (you can choose regular, strawberry, blueberry, or raspberry). Such a refreshing drink to start the night.

  • Miami New Times on 07/26/13

    If you're looking for killer doughnuts, cinnamon buns, and a good latte, Solo is your place. Doughnut flavors change every day, but look for exotics like Key Lime or classics like cinnamon.

  • Jase K. on 02/05/11

    Bartenders and servers are fantastic. Double Cross Vodka off-the-menu cocktail offerings are really delicious.

  • Sergey P. on 07/26/11

    Nice pastries, cakes, salads and sandwiches. But a little bit crowded in morning ;(

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