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About Traymore Restaurant & Gin Bar
The Traymore Restaurant & Gin Bar, in COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach, is a vibrant contemporary restaurant, displaying an array of International and American dishes. Native creations include seasonal dishes with fresh ingredients harvested from Florida–presented in a simple, rustic style by Chef Ilde Ferrer with exceptional service by the team.
The Traymore also features the company’s signature COMO Shambhala Cuisine. The menu promotes better health through nutritional eating, focusing on the use of raw foods. The Traymore Bar offers a premium gin array from 40 distillers around the world. The bar staff has created a series of classic and signature gin-based cocktails and are well versed in pouring the perfect Gin & Tonic.
Miami Beach, FL 33140
Seafood, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00am -11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 6:00pm – 11:00pm
$31 to $50
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Taittinger on the Terrace:
Latin and Caribbean infused beats meet South Beach sophistication every Tuesday evening at COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach. From 6:30pm, the sun-soaked Traymore Terrace plays host to some of the city’s most exciting guitarists and percussionists. Guests can enjoy fresh oysters, shrimps, clams and scallops, as well as flutes of Champagne Taittinger from 6:00pm onwards.
Valet Parking is available for a reduce rate.
The Traymore is accessible by the S, C, M, L, and 120 Express Bus at the stop of 24th street and Collins Avenue. Deco Bikes are also available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Beer Garden, Cafe, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Gin and Jazz:
Every month COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach combines two of our passions with a Gin and Jazz night. Whether you come for a meal at Traymore, or just stop by for a drink from our expert mixologists, you'll catch some of the city's top jazz performers in full voice.
Gin and Jazz Dates:
November 16, 2017: Vocalist- Eric Stinnett; Gin of the month- Amsterdam's Bols Genever Gin
December 28, 2017: Vocalist - Ashley Pezzotti; Gin of the month- London's Bombay Sapphire Gin
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If you are looking for a private dining room for your special event, Traymore is the perfect setting. Our team will assist you in every aspect of planning – from customizing menus to setting up presentations to orchestrating group activities.
Traymore Restaurant & Gin Bar Ratings and Reviews
Interesting restaurant that is located on the first floor of residential building off Collins Avenue. Very light crowd for a Friday night. Food was tasty and prepared as expected. Service was okay and could have been better. Overall good value but a little pricey for the service.
Service and food was garbage. We had bottomless mimosas and had to beg for each one. Food was less than average. If you want to be ignored and sit in an empty restaurant this is the place to go. The only person who helped us wasLazaro. He wasn't our waiter but noticed how we were being ignored. We thank him for the few drinks we had. I would not recommend.
Odd having a high end restaurant smack in the middle of a hotel lobby. The atmosphere is "streamlined". Some white tablecloths would be worth the investment. The food was good but not extraordinary. The service was pretty slow. Overall the establishment seemed disorganized as if it was about to open for business. I would not go back.
The food was excellent. We have a 7 services for the New Year and the service was perfect. The employees were so great and sweet. Very beautiful restaurant, but it was very expensive, so be prepared. I recommand this restaurant for special occasion! They also have a valet parking so don't need to worry about finding a parking place.
I had a very interesting experience at the Traymore recently. I had read an article dated March, 2015 about the amazing Jazz Brunch at the Traymore. The article spoke of $20.00 bottomless mimosas, gin punch, etc , as well as a live jazz band that played throughout the day. Say no more - Booked!
Cut to our visit at the Traymore - we walk in and are greeted warmly by the hostess and ushered to our table - best table in the house - the only issue: we were the ONLY table in the house. While I could not have a better companion for this type of situation (my sister) - it was extremely awkward. Where so many reviews focus on the lack of attention provided in a restaurant setting - I am here to state the other side of it: we received entirely too much attention from the staff, which is to be expected I suppose when you're the only table in the house.
Situation: The Haunting of the Thick Oyster - while some may prefer a thick cut oyster, I prefer a more average sized one. These oysters were absolute monsters, and we couldn't get through all 6 we'd ordered, so I flipped 2 on the ice tray. Minutes later the manager came over asking us why we didn't finish our oysters, and apologized if his assistant took them away too soon. We assured him it was okay and that we didn't need replacement oysters (odd that our plates were being examined upon pick up). Next, our personal mixologist came over apologizing for our disposed oysters and offered us a complimentary drink, stating "lose 2 oysters, gain 2 cocktails" - a saying I'd never heard before, but one I welcomed warmly.
Sufficed to say, I doubt I'll be back in a hurry - unless they start that Jazz brunch I read about, and include the gin punch in their bottomless brunch cocktails (Actual offering: $25.00/bottomless mimosas only). The ambiance was gorgeous - very art deco, and the service was wonderful, but eating entirely alone in what we expected to be a boisterous place was not the scene for me.
Much like the hotel itself Traymore restaurant is an oasis in the hustle and bustle of Miami Beach. The beautiful and calming bar is matched by the elegant dinning room. My party opted to sit on the terrace where we enjoyed impeccable service along with a slight ocean breeze. The menu is limited however in my opinion that is due to the freshness of each item. Everyone enjoyed their entrees and we opted to share one fantastic dessert. Highly recommend this off the road restaurant.
Everything was just lovely here - from the attentive service to the beautiful food and drinks. It was very fun to sit on the bike and walking path and watch the world jog/bike/skateboard by as we enjoyed an elegant meal, largely made up of meticulously prepared seafood from oysters to a whole fresh snapper, which, our server joked, had been slapping the chef in the face but a few minutes prior to arriving on our table.
Food is good but not exceptional - overpriced. Staff was pleasant but service slow. Forgot our son's (non-alcoholic) drink and we had to wait for an entree. Alcoholic beverage quite expensive. Atmosphere "nice" since it is outdoors but there is no view - only the back side of beach cabanas. Overall, overrated.
Lovely, mellow setting with delicious food. We had the whole fish and it was fresh and tasty. The accompanying kale was sour, so the waiter replaced it with a fresh batch. The shrimp and octopus appetizers are fabulous. Love the 20s Jazz background music that goes so well with the Art Deco ambiance but doesn't overwhelm the dining.
Had an excellent meal at Traymore during a recent visit to Miami Beach. However, although we had noted in our Open Table reservation that my husband was gluten free and mentioned it to the server as well, when it came to dessert, the server said they had nothing. I started reading a review online at that point and learned about the restaurant's special "Shambhala" cuisine that included GF options. We asked for the manager and she was a delight (with a wonderful Portuguese culinary background). She brought us an entire menu our server had "forgotten" to mention, and it included one of the best GF desserts my husband has had in a long while--a fruit tart. The whole "Shambhala" cuisine is quite interesting and diners should know to request it if they are looking for pure, organic, vegan and GF alternatives. We will next time!
Food was very good. Our only issue was the iPad brought out to "display" desserts. Didn't enjoy that and kind of ruined the experience for us. Tablets are around us enough every day it felt like looking at the menu board in McDonald's. Apart from that it was a great experience....just the hotel itself was really cool with amazing architecture.
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