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About Preston's Market at Loews Miami Beach Hotel
Savor farm-to-table, locally sourced American cuisine with a Latin twist at Preston's Market. The perfect place to kick start your day in South Beach, Preston's serves both healthy and hearty a la carte breakfast favorites. Its reimagined breakfast buffet, with personalized options, includes fresh fruit, cereals, omelets and pastries.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Breakfast, American, Latin American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 7AM - 11 AM
Saturday & Sunday: 7AM - 12PM
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Garage parking is also available across the street from the hotel for $1 per hour for the first three hours.
Cocktails, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access
Preston’s Market offers a beautiful indoor and outdoor location for your next event. Featuring a flavorful, locally sourced menu with an infusion of Latin flavors, plus an extensive wine list and cocktail menu, Preston's catering options will please each of your guests.
Preston's Market at Loews Miami Beach Hotel Ratings and Reviews
The food is great. We had been before when there was a nice restaurant space. We were told they would re open with same chef and improved look. The food is now served in lobby with bright lights and screaming children. The service is bad, and 20 percent added to bill. It's a shame. The chef deserves better!!!
Incredibly wonderful service; had a group of 10 and they called ahead to see if I wanted to pre-order appetizers - which I did and made a great impression on my business clients. Everyone enjoyed their food and the portions were good. We were staying at Loews at conference and the location was perfect right after meetings and before "free-time"; service was steadfast, room wasn't too noisy that we could have conversation down the whole table. Overall, would come here again.
At breakfast we ordered grits with spinach and shrimp sausage. Admittedly we were being gastronomically daring but hey it was a long weekend holiday and it was the Lowe's on Miami Beach where we were dining. The first bite was inviting. After that it became what it was --- a pedestrian dish. the only thing worse? A pedestrian meal of mushy grits and a (yes only one) weird sausage made of shrimp and spinach cost around $30 bucks. The tab for two plates of this mush plus two Mimosas? Around $80 bucks including tip (automatically added at near 20%) and tax. Gasp! Punished for our extravagance. The good part of the meal? A cheerful server. The other good item? We never have to go there again!
The waiter did not pay proper attention to our table for 9, due to either understaffing or incompetence. Our drinks took forever and the food even longer. A majority of the table ordered steaks, most were overcooked, and all of them were cold. One of my guests did not receive his dinner until 12 minutes after the rest of us did, and it was the only hot entree any of us received. Desserts and coffees were served in an appropriate timeframe and were delicious.
One comment about the menu--for a restaurant touted as a steak house, the selection of cuts of meat were limited. The only way to get a filet was to order a very expensive surf and turf dish, and the only ribeye was "for two" at a menu price of $140.
If you're staying at this hotel, Preston's does a fine job for breakfast but my advice is to take a walk or a cab somewhere else for dinner. Very disappointing.
The service was incredible. Pedro is one of the best waiters we've ever had. If you need suggestions, ask him he's great! The food is delicious and they had live music the night we went. Everything was perfect except the restaurant was empty. I don't know why it would be, we were impressed and had a lovely dinner . I hope this review helps fill it up.
We got to this well designed room early for dinner and there was almost nobody in the room. Yet it still took about half an hour to be served a couple of steaks. But the delicious mashed potatoes were ice- cold and were replaced after a bit. Took a long time to get the check. But the staff was friendly when they came by. A little more energy on their part would be a helpful thing.
I was at Preston's for a business lunch recently. I must say that I cannot even remember the food because the level of service we received was so terrible. Our waiter was EXTREMELY rude to us, spoke very quietly, and shouted angrily when we did not hear him. He also never came to check on us or clear the table. When we asked him to take a picture of the group of us (business associates we met for the first time) he responded no, as he was too busy... the restaurant wasn't even that busy!!
The lunch was okay - not a huge selection and not worth the price you pay.
We had a wonderful experience at Prestons. We sat outside overlooking the pool on a perfect evening. Pedro was our waiter and he provided us with recommendations and service that went above and beyond. The Cuban sliders were fantastic I would highly recommend them.
Food was excellent, service was very good, and the place was very quiet. Hostess made a point of sitting groups away from each other so it was easy to carry on a quiet conversation. Recommend the grilled salmon, the accompanying ratatouille was outstanding. Wine list is a bit expensive. I love Opus One, but not $400 worth.
Overlooking the pool, with the sea right after it, Preston's is a great option if you're up for an informal lunch. In our case, a delicious burrata heirloom tomato salad tomato was followed by a tasty, generous hamburger. The prices were ok, considering the hot spot, the season (the week berween Christmas and New Year's) and that it is, afterall, Miami.
Their lighting on the palm trees is spectacular. Good, tasty food; plentiful and pleasantly served. Good choices to pick from. The food and atmosphere are designed to please the customer. A winning combination! Service is excellent also.
I'll be back for sure.
It was raining, a convention was in the hotel, and Preston's is the only dining location. The staff was graceful under pressure and warned us that the wait for food was at least on half an hour, which we appreciated the heads up. Food was good, nothing spectacular. My husband had a turkey club and I had the Caesar salad.
During our stay at Loews, we went to Preston's for my husbands 50th Birthday dinner. We had a table overlooking the pool and beach. The weather was perfect and so was the service and food! Great place to have a dinner experience for romantic dinners as well as a nice family dinner just a wonderful place we will be back soon.
To the place's credit, we picked a bad day. It rained so we had to be moved inside half way through our meal. The live music was mediocre. The food was good but expensive for what it was. One got the feeling one was paying for the chi-chi location - South Beach - more so than the food. The saving grace was our server, Ralston, who tried to compensate for the negatives.
We were staying at a nearby hotel and decided to give this restaurant a try based on the outside appearance of the hotel (looked like a nice spot to have dinner). Although the service was GREAT (and made our meal --- we were given complimentary drinks as well!) and the food was pretty good, the ambiance was awful. If they remodeled and gave the staff nicer attire, it would go a long way.
We ate at Preston's twice the week we were at the Loews Hotel. We sat on the back patio. The ambience was great. Enjoyed the ocean breeze. My husband enjoyed both of his fish dishes and I enjoyed my salads. The wait staff was very attentive to us as well. I highly recommend Preston's for a great meal with a loved one.
The food & cocktails were absolutely delicious. Unfortunately, the service was poor. The waiter did not know the menus, didn't ask us for refills or try to sell us on anything. I couldn't even tell you his name. Too bad because the food and ambiance was great. I'll give them the benefit of doubt and chalk it up to a lousy waiter and try again :)
First course good. Second course very weak. Once the waiter realised that we were not enjoying it, he more or less abandoned us. He just left our uneaten meals on the table. They were still there a long time after we had paid the bill. Staff seemed a bit demoralized. Shame, we love the Loews, have stayed there many times, just revisiting for a meal for good-time memories with the kids. Please don't publish, just pass to management. Too much over-cooked pasta, rubbish pizzas. If you're going to do Italian, get a pizzaiolo. Not sure what too advise otherwise. We'll be back, especially for breakfasts, but can't rely on memories forever.
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