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About Lure South Beach
Lure Fishbar South Beach is a seafood destination serving the freshest selections available from local and global markets. Featuring a full Sushi and Raw Bar program - and for those that love steak, we do that too. The restaurant offers a main dining room and patio that overlooks the ocean.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Seafood, Sushi, American
Hours of Operation:
Happy Hour: Daily 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Friday - Saturday 6:00PM-12:00AM
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Whether hosting large scaled corporate events or an intimate social gathering, Lure South Beach can accommodate all of your private event needs.
Banquet, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access
Lure South Beach Ratings and Reviews
Very disappointing. Food had no taste. Service was not up to fine dining at all. Our wine was placed in a shared bucket and waiter didn’t remember which bottle was ours. For the prices you charge your service and food should be top shelf. We will not return.
Great meal and good service. Large room, feels formal, not too inviting. Lure in NYC is cozier and has a more inviting atmosphere. Our server was very helpful and friendly. We had a seafood plate to share and grilled octopus. Seafood was terrific, grilled octopus too spicy, spice overwhelmed the octopus. We then had grilled scallops and the lobster roll. Both of these dishes were excellent. Expensive meal but generally worth it.
Absolute disaster. Food took over an hour to arrive to table, with no communication from server or the GM Sam. We ordered sushi (45 minutes later????) and I had to reach out to kitchen to see status. GM Sam said “we could talk about it later”, and laughed when I asked what could be done to fix it. Made me feel extremely uncomfortable. Food was decent, nothing special.
The food and atmosphere were excellent by the entire evening was ruined when we were charged full price for Happy Hour Cocktails on the basis that we didn’t procure at the bar. There were no seats available at the bar and nobody that this would be the case. The staff flatly and forthrightly refused to entertain the position. Not what one expects from a hotel restaurant of this calibre!
We ate here a couple years ago the last time we were in Sobe, and decided to come back. The food was good, particularly the whole fish, grilled king crab and stone crab. However, $30 for a single stone crab claw is bordering on the absurd. The key lime pie was awesome, but the molten-chocolate cake wasn’t very molten. Service was very professional, but our waiter could have been a little more personable.
If you want a special place to eat and don’t mind dropping a bill per person, Lure is a good choice.
Gourmet prices, but not gourmet flavor in all dishes. I normally enjoy branzino very much, but this presentation was rather flavorless and the fennel was under-cooked and tough. Overall disappointing, although it's was lovely to sit on the patio in the evening in December.
We come here every year - food is always good - sometimes a bit rushed - like this time even though it was unusually empty in high season. If we had not asked not to serve
the maincourse immediately after the starter we would have been in an out in 45 minutes 400 dollars later - make sure you tell them you don’t want the fast food service! Great ambience and good (if not great) food and patchy but good service. A must in South Beach.
The server was very aggressive and was quite rude. He suggested that we didn’t order enough food, even though we spent well over $200 on a dinner for two. Coupled with the poor service, we felt like the amount of shellfish on the royal seafood platter made the meal a poor value. Having been to another Lure, which we had fond memories of, we were disappointed by our experience. We will not be back unfortunately.
Went on a recent Saturday evening at 6:30. Restaurant was not busy. Outdoor seating was nice; however, service not great. Took over an hour between service of appetizers and main course. Staff appeared untrained. Although they were apologetic and the manager comped one appetizer (I didn't ask for it to be comped), it would have been nice to have been warned that kitchen was either understaffed or running way behind, especially because we had two children with us. Perhaps it was just an off night, but I was underwhelmed.
My husband and I were staying at the Loews, so we decided to try Lure. We had a delicious meal. Having Celiac, I am always nervous eating at restaurants. Our waitress, Christina was great and very familiar with my food needs. Not only was my meal yummy, but I did not get sick!
Grossly overpriced seafood restaurant with aggressive waiters eager to pad your bill. "Save room for dessert!" could be heard at every table...Grilled octopus app was great, but everything else was fair to average at excruciating prices. He left the menu on our table, as he said, 'in case we wanted to order more....' Two women watching their weight were not quite what he was hoping for I suppose. We ordered gyoza, sushi, and special roll for $20 - and got basic, standard, sushi and dumplings that can be found in any local Japanese restaurant. The waiter asked us how we liked it and we said 'we didnt.' He turned away in disgust. Like everything else in Miami Beach, service is included at 20%. Disappointing experience all around. Go here on someone else's Amex if you're curious.
Cozy, inviting atmosphere. Although Lure features seafood, they have a nice variety of other choices. We tried the salmon and the Mediterranean whole fish recommended by our server. Both were prepared and presented very well. Excellent experience.
The food is not what I expected and I got two bottles of wine and had an extra charge for the bottles I got. Nothing special if it’s your birthday and the servers act like they don’t want to be there. I will not be going back.
Our server, Nina from Romania, was superb. This was the second time she served us. We will definitely go back for our go to crispy rice cakes and Dourade served whole and deboned with agrodulce sauce. The key lime pie was pretty good too. And I forgot to mention the biscuits. Thanks Nina for the souvenirs. Great food, great atmosphere. Everyone is friendly and welcoming.
average food quality, average plating, nothing special but top-notch prices, we had only some oysters, the grilled octopus (which was hardly grilled), a tuna roll and a 'baby' lobster, some wine and a whopping 30 bucks water (4 glasses, still feel the good vibes of it) and I really hate being forced to 18% tip. Nice try, but go somewhere else if you want to spend your valuable time.
Surprised at the level of low value the restaurant showed, we ordered 14 Sashimi platter ($70), it came with 12 peices and we mentioned it to the waitress, she counted it and said no there is 14.I counted again for her and she said oh ok I see it now. Its like the service have been told to cheap out on the patrons. The fish was ok quality but the peices were so small that it was hard to say.
All in we spent 160$ on food, no drinks and both the wife and I were literally starving when we left. It was by far the least amount of food I have ever paid for that kind of money. We then went next door and ordered dinner at Loew's hotel where we were staying. We were gouged there for a burger but at least were full. Loew's and Lure are a horrible value, would not recommend them to anyone for any reason. Actually will be talking to our corporation who picked Loew's for the week long stay.
We stay at Loews every year and finally decided to try Lure. The food was good and the atmosphere was relaxing. I had the lobster rolls and my sister had the snapper. Both were tasty. Pricing was about average for the area and type of dining. I will go back for sure.
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