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The Dutch

Map & Directions 2201 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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305-938-3111
  • American, Seafood
  • Breakfast daily 7-11:30 a.m.; lunch daily noon-4 p.m.; and dinner Sun-Wed 6-11:30 p.m. and Thu-Sat 6 p.m.-midnight
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Required, Accepted
  • Valet

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Miami New Times' Description

A heady fizz of frivolity practically kisses diners as they enter this self-described American restaurant, bar, and oyster room. It's a great place to hoist a drink and soak in the excitement of a vibrant venue, but the most wondrous part of the Dutch is just how delicious the food is. From the confident beginning induced by a miniloaf of complimentary cornbread flecked with bits of jalapeño, to the final forkful of flaky homemade pie crust, flavors on the plates are consistently and deeply satisfying. A large part of the credit must go to executive chef Andrew Carmellini, who first wowed New Yorkers with his SoHo Dutch. A great way to launch a meal here is via fresh oysters on ice or the "little oyster sandwich" -- a two-bite po'boy (or what might be called a very po'boy). However you choose to start, don't bypass homemade pappardelle noodles with greaseless, luscious lamb ragu, a dollop of sheep's milk cheese, and a brilliant, invigorating touch of fresh mint. Carmellini's roast chicken is tender and bursting with flavors from a medley of accompanying local vegetables. Homemade pie à la mode is the way to go for dessert, although a meringue-covered chocolate devil's food cake beckons as well. The Dutch offers a lively ambiance with great food and drinks.

 
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  • Thrillist on 11/15/11

    The fall-off-the-bone Asian White Boy Ribs are to die for. They also house an extensive list of American whiskey as well.

  • AskMen on 11/18/11

    Head here for dishes like deep-fried oyster sandwiches, a raw bar stocked with local classics like stone crab, and sensational seasonal pies.

  • Eater on 07/30/12

    With Carmellini classics like white boy ribs, little oyster sandwiches and daily fresh pies, America never tasted so good. [Eater 38 Member]

  • Frank D. on 05/30/12

    Holy hell the jerk chicken is otherworldly.

  • Fatgirl H. on 12/07/11

    Try the steak tartare and scallops! Stay away from the crab pizza.

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