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.
Bazaar by Jose Andres is committed to the health & safety of our patrons.
Indoor & Outdoor Dinning Available
6 feet Social Distancing Between Tables with Maximum of 6 per table
Facial Coverings worn by all Staff
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- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Limited number of seated diners
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
over the top delicious food! tapas style so we ordered more than we thought we needed and were well fed. we ate several items off the Miami menu and several off of the international menu. both were great and perfect. Less $$ than i thought the total would be. will go back again but order less. super good food and service. great wine list and our server,Jason was awesome!
Wish the food matched the service and ambiance. It was ok but the expectations where higher than what we ordered.
If you like half naked people ( not only pretty once) running through the dining room, that’s your place. The food and service was great. If you get the wrong table it’s a ruined Night. Sorry, but this was extremely annoying. A constant stream of pool and beach people walking through the Dining room. I’m sure there is a better solution for that!!!!
The drinks were excellent. Overpriced for what it is - you have to experience it once and that is enough - a tourist attraction for out of towners.
Went with family for a birthday. The service was excellent and the food was extremely good, but the value was lacking. Regardless of the level of a restaurant, or celebrity of a chef, bruschetta should NEVER be $18. The sangria however was a good value, but that was probably the only item we ordered that was. We enjoyed the creativity of the food and the waiter was great and very informative. I suggest making the dress policy more obvious. It’s Miami Beach, people will wear flip flops, so make it easily known.
Phenomenal experience! We'll fly back to Miami just to dine here. Everything on the menu is divine!
We loved the dragonfruit ceviche, sliders, golden egg dish, coffee espresso rubbed flank steak, the chicken dish and key lime dessert.
Dreaming of our next visit!
Delightful!! Entire experience was wonderful.
Our server was excellent - very knowledgeable and helpful.
The Mojito banana dessert was to die for! So refreshing!
Was very disappointed. Have been coming to bazaar for over 8 years. Charged us for ice. Never again.
Menu was a bit overwhelming but overall it was a great experience.
Ryan from Trini who took care of us was Awesome! As usual, Jose never let’s down. We did the tasting menu and everything was lovely.
This place is one of my favorite restaurants in Miami! All the food was ridiculously wonderful and the flavor palate is unlike anything I’ve had before! Definitely will be back
Some of the best food I’ve honestly ever had.
Wonderful evening, we had the tasting menu and it was an excellent choice!
Fantastic meal as always but a think a $50 corkage fee is excessive.
Also, please get a friendlier hostess!!
Awesome anniversary dinner, wonderful service and food!!
Excellent meal. Excellent service and drinks. Wonderful break away. Did not disappoint.
Took my mom here for her 60th birthday and we had an amazing time! The restaurant is beautiful, the food was unusual and delicious, and the cocktails were stellar. Our server was really great with helping us select the right number of small plates and all of the servers who brought out our dishes were very knowledgeable. My only complaint is that we at times felt a bit rushed and we never had our water glasses refilled.
One of the best meals we’ve ever had. Exceptional on all accounts.
This was our second visit and it did not disappoint!
Food was amazing! Very tasty and nice presentation. Drinks were good too. Service was impeccable.
I expected more from this dining experience. I’m a big fan of chef Andres, but for a dinner for two that came up just shy of 400 this was a disappointment. Yes the visual aspect was unique and original, and the whimsical design of the restaurant was interesting and original, but the food lacked the attention to detail in the taste department. Food was over salted and under temperature. Lastly, the restaurant is a thoroughfare from the pool area, so while dining you see half naked people in bathing suits walking back and forth. This restaurant has true potential, but needs help.
Stellar service, unbelievably creative and delicious dishes and a very cool ambiance. Chose the tasting menu and was so impressed. Best dinner out in Miami yet!
Truly a culinary experience. The service was impeccable as well!
Ghetto crowd! In a ghetto hotel! Bazaar tries to be innovative, but rubs as off the color of flash with no substance. I left so disappointed and hungry after spending $$$. The service was horrible, small expensive portions that takes forever to arrive and a crappy atmosphere! Avoid this restaurant!
By far my favorite restaurant in Miami- I have lost count how many times I have eaten here! Cocktails are incredible and the food is mind blowing. I live in NYC so that says a lot. Do not eat at The Bazaar without getting the coconut rice, black rossejat, dragonfruit ceviche and Cuban coffee churrasco steak. One of the best restaurants anywhere EVER!
Horrible experience food was horrible so not recommend
Everything was fabulous. We did the tasting menu and it was loads of food for the price- great value! Our server was wonderful and made our night fun and easy. Go here!!
No flow to the tasting menu. Have to wait 15-20 minutes between each course. And by course I mean bite sized nibblets, which is fine if they keep coming. By the end of the meal I just wanted to be out of there. Very noisy and busy venue. Main hotel thoroughfare goes through Bazaar dining room. I guess that’s why it’s called “bazaar”. There are better high end places out there. I wouldn’t come back.
Terrible restaurant, so disappointing. I never write these kind of reviews, but it was that bad of an experience I have to warn others! (Read on why)
First, I booked this restaurant 3 months ago and they seated us in the middle of the hotel lobby (SLS) in an alley which was made for servers where they randomly put a tiny table. There is only one nice room but they refused to seat us there even when there was the same size table available as our “makeshift spot”. Our group was all dressed up, all live in London or NYC, and have never been treated this way.
Second, the food was terrible. Do not read any reviews of a culinary experience because I can only guarantee you beyond average food. The tapas was absolutely tiny for the $$$$ prices. I looked into the prices before but thought the quality of food and “experience” would make up for the price. It did not....
Third, the hostesses. Although the waiting staff were great, the hostesses were cold, not helpful and could careless when we expressed our disappointment. We mentioned that the ambience was terrible in our location in the hotel lobby - they truly expressed zero concern.
I read so many reviews on this place and could not have been more disappointed.
Our server Ryan was the absolute jewel of the entire evening. He very graciously walked us through the menu and filtered any question or concern we had throughout the meal without waiver. We even had several other tables around us listening in on the discussions we were having around the menu items to help aid them in their own meal planning. Bazaar is truly fortunate to have him with them. The caviar cone was delicious, and the stuffed piquillo peppers were particularly unique and special. I would also suggest lending your flexibility around your cocktail choices to your waiter as the menu has a large breadth of unique offerings.
Nickel and dime restaurant strategy when you order the tasting menu
Food was pretty good and the ambiance, too. Certainly a place to enjoy the food and the company
Amazing plates to share everything.
Must try is the pasta paella.
You know this is one of my TOP favorite restaurants in Miami Beach, this time we had the 10 course Menu de Clasicos which features 10 of the beat dishes on the menu, as always just amazing ❤️ @bazaarbyjose @slssouthbeach
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Our server was terrible and ruined the experience for us. He was rude and cursed at me after we asked him why he was so upset about bringing us bread. We spent nearly $400 and left hungry and angry. Too many good restaurants in Miami to waste your time here.
This is been my daughter's favorite place for quite a few years and she finally got us to go. It was wonderful! She was right. Our friends joined us and we chose our favorite dishes and shared. There were so many delightful flavors!
The Bazaar by José Andrés South Beach is rated 4.6 stars by 3706 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.