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About 660 at The Anglers
Located in Miami Beach, inside The Angler’s, a Top Ten rated Boutique Hotel on Trip Advisor, 660 Restaurant is the perfect complement to the restored Art Deco property where it’s all about low-key and high-luxe. Deemed as a charming hideaway and delectable dining destination that evokes a memorable experience, 660 is complete with a regional American inspired menu and romantic enclaves behind the bougainvillea set for two. The tantalizing menu offers favorites such as house made short rib empanadas, tuna poke and lamb chops. 660 also features hand crafted specialty cocktails and an eclectic wine list. 660 is a neighborhood setting for sophisticated early morning dining to late night lounging. The Angler's Hotel is a recipient of numerous honors including: The Expedia Travel Select Award, Ocean Drive Magazine's #2 voted Best Bloody Mary Brunch in South Beach and voted on Opentable as #6 Best Brunch in Miami!
Miami Beach, FL 33139
American, Tapas / Small Plates, Latin American
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday to Thursday: 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Monday to Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Saturday & Sunday Brunch: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Between 6th and 7th Street
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We are a perfect place for your next special event. We can accommodate rehearsal dinners, lunches, brunches, cocktail receptions, new product launches, company events and photo shoots! Indoor and outdoor options allow for guests to not feel as though they are in a confined space, but can enjoy the lushly landscaped environs that is 660 at The Angler's.
Find one of the many metered spaces in front of 660 or simply pull up and let the valet take care of parking for you. There is also a public parking lot on 7th between Washington and Collins. Valet is $14.00 for dining guests per car.
Take the South beach Local bus as well as Metro Dade bus system as well, drops right in front of the hotel.
Private Party Facilities:
The intimate private dining room is perfect for a lunch or dinner meeting. Fully equipped with state of the art technology, the private dining room can meet all of your small meeting and private dinner needs. There is an adjacent terrace for relaxing with a cocktail or just enjoying the fresh air.
Private Party Contact:
Jacqueline.Lejart@anglershotelmiami.com: (888) 692-7228
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
660 is the perfect spot to celebrate special occasions, including baby showers, bridal showers, birthday and romantic anniversary dinners as well.
The Lounge is the ultimate spot to cozy up before or after dinner.
660 at The Anglers Ratings and Reviews
We love 660, we've dined there for breakfast and dinner each time we've stayed at the Anglers. They're very friendly, and the decor and outdoor greenery makes you feel like you've truly found a hidden gem. It's very intimate - perfect for a date. The prices are great and the flavors are delicious. The brussels sprouts are so tasty, and the tostones with side dipping sauces are perfection! We'll most certainly be back again.
We were two couples, there for New Year's Eve. The menu was a set, prix-fixe, three courses, and every one of them delicious and original. NOT your dreaded "wedding banquet" fare... And the price was VERY decent, given that we had limitless bubbly wine to celebrate with. We dined indoors, and ended up taking dessert in the very cosy, old-world courtyard. Perfect - thank you!
Ambiance was absolutely amazing--the food, however, was pretty lackluster. I ordered the French toast, and it was literally four triangle slices that were arranged on a plate. No garnishing, no extra bourbon sauce, not even syrup (until I asked). The best part of the dining was the bottomless mimosas. But, in Miami you're bound to find that anywhere.
we looked on line at the menu for tapas and it was deceiving at best even though we decided to stay and eat any way as the food we tasty but too limited for my taste.
The waitress added the tip to the heck for a party of 4. and never told us tip would be added.
The tip[ added was ess than I would have given, bad policy not to tell guests.
I will never be back.
Upon arrival (as a single diner) I was quickly overlooked. The people that walked in behind me without reservations were seated before me! I was then given a table. After asking to be seated outside I was told that there weren't enough servers to handle me sitting outside. Mind you, I'm just 1 person! The restaurant has excelled food and the ambiance is great - the service is POOR/non existent, and the employees seem a bit overworked trying to fulfill mutiiple positions. Seems if they hired a dedicated hostess and dedicated bus
Everyone enjoyed their food. The steak and eggs dish is delicious. I would highly recommend it. The service was mediocre. When we walked in, the restaurant was nearly empty. There were maybe 3/4 tables occupied. Despite this, it took a few minutes to be recognized, and when we were they abruptly asked if we had a reservation - which we did, however they asked as if there wasn't tables everywhere. Once seated, our waitress seemed a little bothered with some of our questions. Nonetheless, I would still recommend the restaurant's food.
We went to 660 for a week night dinner. I ordered a cocktail from the drink menu but the server came back to tell me that the bartender doesn't have the ingredients to make the drink. I ordered the sangria instead. It was pretty much a glass of wine with fruit thrown in it. It wasn't bad but it was not sangria.
My friend ordered the salad caprese. The server came back to warn him that the chef doesn't recommend it because "the cheese is not so fresh." Of course we chose something else. The food was good but not great and quite small portions.
The server was not knowledgeable of the restaurant or menu. He said he was new. He was very casually dressed for a hotel restaurant. I expected the place to be popular but it was pretty empty.
I was very disappointed, especially since I picked this Zagat-rated spot for dinner with an out-of-town friend.
Just outside of the hustle of Miami, the mermaid garden in the back was a beautiful and romantic setting for dinner. The tostones and the scallops were absolutely delicious, and the service was very friendly and quick. Makes me want to stay at the Anglers as a guest next time I visit. 5 stars!
Been going to South Beach for years to eat and had never ventured into this small and cozy restaurant in the lobby of a restored Deco boutique hotel. On Sunday mornings, a la carte brunch is served, so we sampled a few items like the short rib empanadas, the chicken and waffle, the shrimp BLT and egg benedicts. Everything was delicious, but the chicken and waffle was one of the best we've had. The chicken breast was crunchy outside and very tasty and moist inside. They serve different versions of the egg benedicts and we tried the traditional and the cantimpalo chorizo, both excellent. Service was friendly, attentive, but not intrusive. I highly recommend this restaurant.
We love this brunch on Miami beach for its great food and bottomless mimosas and bloody Mary's
Wait staff are usually very attentive in keeping the drinks flowing and even though the service started off poor this time (they were short staffed) they quickly made adjustments to take good care of our large group!
Not sure if we dined on an off night, but at 9:30 pm on a Saturday night we were the only people at the restaurant. The service was excellent (likely because there was no one else to serve), and the food was okay (nothing to write home about), but overall this wasn't the restaurant experience we'd hoped for -- although that was no fault of the restautant
Visiting from NYC, so we're used to great food fIt for foodies. 660 has a charming patio/arborway with outdoor seating, tables not too close together, which I like. Creative delicious tapas-like dishes at a good value - and a nice cocktail menu. Will definitely come again on my next visit to Miami Beach.
We loved the room and the outside tables ( we stayed inside because we were having a late dinner and it was cold). Our waiter/bartender was a sweetie and he steered us well on choices and number of plates. We had four small plates- and were stuffed. We loved the heirloom tomatoes and burrata- lamb chops, done perfectly, gator bites ( fried, so we felt guilty but great) , the Brussels sprouts and the lava cake. ( well executed). Truly delicious and very intimate and romantic. I write about romantic travel and so next edition of our book ( Places for Passion) we will include it.
We went to Anglersmat just after sunset and were able to sit outdoors; good because the AC Was set up for a hotter day's were not very hungry and thought of the tapas menu. Instead, we ordered the tostones, the bees empanadas and the shrimp and grits. The result was a tasty and satisfying meal for several dollars less. Highly recommended!
We took advantage of the bottomless mimosa brunch for a bachelorette weekend in Miami. The service was exceptional - lively and charismatic. The food was delicious. Excellent for our larger party size (7 guests); I will continue to bring to all of my friends for the brunch at 660 while visiting Miami!
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