The Bazaar by José Andrés South Beach
Dining transcends into fête extraordinaire as guests enjoy a collection of imaginative culinary experiences that offer pioneering delicacies and delicious libations. A story in contrasts, The Bazaar menu blends tradition and ingenuity in true Spanish style and mixes them with influences from South Beach’s local Latin flavors and rich history.
Please note, dress code specifies 'casual elegance' -No shorts, no open toed shoes, or tank tops for men.
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great night to end the restaurant band for the next month.
Delicious food and gorgeous space but so so little food for the price.
Lucky to get reservation 1 day in advance during spontaneous anniversary visit to Miami Beach. Was a highlight of our trip. Javier was our server & was very attentive, especially since we had limited time due to theatre tickets. Huge fan of Chef Andres, especially his humanitarian work (married yrs ago in Puerto Rico, so his post-Irma efforts there are extra meaningful to us). Love tapas, blown away by how Chef Andres transports them to a whole new level of deliciousness. Muchas gracias!
used to be better, but still good. they need to change up the tasting menu
The ambience and service were great, but I generally go to a restaurant for the quality of food and not for the ambience. So, in my opinion, it is not worth it. You can get a better value for your money in the restaurants located in Lincoln road or you can go to Timeout market.
Delicious food. Fun/funky decor. Outstanding service. Huge gluten free menu (a large percentage of the regular menu) with staff educated about all ingredients, etc. Certainly not inexpensive, but great place for a splurge!
We had a delicious meal. A wonderful opportunity to try many different dishes- all delicious!
Amazing experience from start to finish.
Awesome food & service. Jose is the man!
Service was A+, and that’s good enough for me. The menu was extremely detailed, and different. I personally enjoyed it, but I know many others would find it complicated. Our server Johnny was superb. The different cuisines and tastes make this place one of a kind. The ambience was expected, professional and sophisticated. I’d like to try the LA one sometime.
We've eaten at the Bazaar many times and it remains far and away our favorite restaurant in the Miami area. It food is both familiar and innovative and the kitchen is always on top of its game. We've come with groups from 8 - 40+ and as small as 2 - 3 and the service is consistent and exceptional. While pricey, you can't go wrong dining here.
I hadn't been to Bazaar in a few years and was hoping that it hadn't lost it's magic. It certainly did not! Everything was perfect from the salt air margaritas to the amazing Cuban Sandwich. The coconut rice was also a stand out. Perfect mix of traditional to modern executions of tapas. The staff is very knowledgeable and very helpful in navigating the menu.
One of my favorite restaurant in Miami! Food is always delicious and service very attentive.
The cocktails are a bit of a novelty; the liquid nitrogen Caipirinha slushee is nice but not a serious cocktail. Also the $20 Gin and Tonic fish bowl is well presented with p
Omgosh amazing restaurant. It's our second visit and will be something we always look forward to during our yearly trip to south beach. Just an exceptional experience. Thank you!
The food was disappointing. I felt so much indigestion afterwards and didn’t eat that much. Some dishes were very good like the endives others like the chicken was sub par. The overall ambience and service was excellent
We had the tasting menu. Delicious and unique!!
Loved every moment. Excellent service and such an amazing array of people. Every dish was simply wonderful. The setting is very cool.
Great flavors, delicious dishes. Very accommodating for allergies. The crispy quinoa touches are delightful!
Overall very good. There were some highlights - the patatas bravas, oyster cones, Iberico croquettes, and the iberico bellota. The octopus was ok. The pace of the meal was off. It was perfect at first then a long 15 min break at the end before we received the octopus and oddly one of our snack bites. Desert was a miss. S’mores cake tasted entirely of the rum they poured on to light for effect. All in all good and I would indeed return again...and plan to.
Very good and different types of foods and the service was good and would explain each course to you.
Nice restaurant. Dessert was a bit disappointing
Superb menu choices; waiters and servers explained each of the multiple tapas-style food creations. It may have been among the top restaurant experiences we have had in our long lives!!!
Marty provided us with an amazing experience, from recommendations to explanations. The food, the flavor were the best we have had in years. Thank you!
From the service to the commentary to the food it’s all just wonderful ,fun and incredibly delisted.
Loved it. Food was amazing!
Highly recommend if you are a foodie.
One thing to note is that the pool party guests waltz through the restaurant which is counterintuitive to a Jose andres vibe.
Overall, a great culinary experience!! Food was fantastic. Service was okay. 50th Birthday celebrations for my 5 girlfriends and I. Little overwhelmed by what was done to celebrate us. One candle brought out. With the amount of what we spent for a nice dinner, thought we would have been treated with more pizzazz.
I've been to Bazaar quite a few times and really liked it.. This time however the food was nothing to write home about, service very pushy and worst of all, my friend had a tummy disaster after the meal.. She had come to visit from out of town and ended up spending the whole Saturday in the bathroom.. I was very, very embarrassed for having taken her there..
Each plate that came out was a new present and we couldn’t even decide which one we liked best because they were all so good.
Outstanding service, presentation, and food quality in a great space. A quintessential Miami/Spanish dining experience. The smoked oysters and mushroom soup were highlights of many fine dishes. The ham sampler with tomato bread was outstanding also.
Great food and service but a bit odd dining in the lobby of the hotel.
The place is beautiful. The wine list outstanding. The menu a bit confusing, some dishes are not described well. Our croquettas were warmish not hot. The salted potatoes were terrible. Didn’t even finish them. Other dishes were fine. Loved the bar. Too much money for the food.
We made a reservation but our table wasn’t ready. We waited 30 minutes. Once at the table waiters and servers explained the menu and explained each dish as it came out.
Food was excellent but service took forever. The meal was almost 3 hours and it was exhausting.
Amazing as always 🤩😋