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J&G Grill

9703 Collins Ave. Bal Harbour, FL 33154 | North Dade | 305-993-3300

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Legendary French master Jean-Georges Vongerichten spread his empire to Miami this year with J&G Grill, a fine-dining restaurant at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort. Chef de cuisine Richard Gras helms the kitchen, offering expertly precise and delectable French, American, and Asian-inspired fare. Appetizers are small, featuring fresh fettuccine with Meyer lemon, Parmesan cheese, and black pepper ($12) and watermelon gazpacho with cucumber and basil ($9). Entrées offer a mixture of items from land and sea. Notables are milk-fed veal chop with chilies and mint ($46), Parmesan-crusted chicken with lemon-basil butter and haricots verts ($24), and Maine lobster sautéed with ginger, scallion, and mint and served with tender cabbage. Desserts are tropically inspired and include pineapple carpaccio and passionfruit soufflé. Winner of New Times’ Best Outdoor Dining this year, J&G Grill is a tantalizing addition to the Magic City’s refined fare.


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