The Bazaar and Katsuya at SLS Hotel Announce OpenTable Sweepstakes
The Bazaar by Jose Andres is finally opening.
Residents and casual passersby have seen the signs touting the opening of the restaurants and hotel for literally years, but The Bazaar by Jose Andres and Katsuya, will finally open on June 14 at the SLS Hotel South Beach. The hotel itself is currently in the midst of a soft opening, with reservations now being accepted for stays at the Philippe Starck designed hotel, featuring suites designed by rock star Lenny Kravitz.
OpenTable is handling reservations for the restaurants, with tables available for Katsuya starting June 14, and spots open for The Bazaar starting June 19.
As an added incentive to be the first foodie on the block to dine at
these new grazing hotspots, diners who reserve either restaurant on OpenTable will
be automatically entered into a sweepstakes that offers an exclusive
tasting as the winning prize. A winner from each restaurant will receive
an exclusive tasting featuring some of the hero dishes from the new
South Beach menus (valued at $100 each).
sweepstakes promotion is valid for reservations made from May 30 to June 6
at either The Bazaar or Katsuya. Only one entry per person and per
The Bazaar by Jose Andres will feature a menu
almost identical to the flagship Los Angeles restaurant. Chef
Andres will also provide the 24-hour, in-room dining for the hotel.
Katsuya by Starck South Beach is also being replicated from the SLS in
Los Angeles. Master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi will offer sushi and robata
dishes, as well as an extensive cocktail menu.
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