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L'echon Brasserie - Closed

6261 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33140


  • Sun. – Thurs.: 6pm – 10pm Fri. & Sat.: 6pm – 11pm
  • Wheelchair accessible, Family Style, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Water View
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Beer/Wine, Full bar
  • Valet
  • Recommended, Reservations Accepted
The Pubbelly Boys' latest creation comes with a healthy dose of joie de vivre alongside plenty of the yuzu juice and pork fat that captured Miami's heart in 2010 when they opened their namesake eatery in Sunset Harbour. At L'echon Brasserie, Jose Mendin, Andreas Schreiner, and Sergio Navarro take on French cuisine in all its glory. There's a six-pack of charcuterie, steak frites, confit de canard, and escargots. Still, the Pubbelly crew doesn't give up its porky ways. Try the suckling pig or the Frenchified pan con lechón on a fluffy brioche bun. The tendency at any Pubbelly restaurant is strong, but here you ought to resist, and it's easy with an extensive raw bar and several crudo preparations that add a light, citrus pop to every meal.

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