Located in the heart of The Art Deco District on Ocean Drive, A Fish Called Avalon has hosted A-list clientele including Harrison Ford, Emilio and Gloria Estefan, Guy Ritchie, Norway’s King Harald V, and acclaimed chef David Bouley. The hotel and restaurant are noted as South Beach’s landmark sites, serving as the backdrop for many films and photo shoots including the 1983 epic crime drama Scarface, episodes of the 1980s series Miami Vice, the 1999 Sidney Pollack film Random Hearts, and more recently the 2007 comedy Old Dogs with John Travolta and Robin Williams. The 1955 Buick convertible parked in front of the restaurant stands as one of the most photographed cars in America.
Our menu features modern American seafood with tropical influences and sleek minimalist décor offering professional planning assistance and custom menu options for all your entertaining needs. Our specialized and warm hospitality service ensures success for your special event.
- The Restaurant Writes...
Located in the heart of The Art Deco District on Ocean Drive, A Fish Called Avalon features Modern American Seafood with tropical influences, impeccable service and nightly entertainment that further captures the true ambiance of South Beach.
- Contact Morgan or Myriam at (888) 302-2116