The Restaurant at The Miami Beach Edition

The restaurant at The Miami Beach EDITION is recommended by those who travel for a living. Out of 13 professionals that we tracked, 10 mentioned the restaurant, including Condé Nast Traveler, Wallpaper and Fodor's.

The Miami Beach Edition
9 / 10
Condé Nast Traveler Condé Nast Traveler
"Next comes dinner at the signature Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant, Matador Room, followed by a trip downstairs to Basement Miami, an underground nightclub complex with a bowling alley, an ice skating rink, and a ‘micro-club’ said to evoke a sense of Studio 54"
Wallpaper Wallpaper
"There are two pools, with bars and cabanas, a nightclub, a bowling alley, a year-round ice-skating rink, an open-air movie theatre and a new restaurant from French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten"
Fodor's Fodor's
"An array of recreation and escapades include a rockin' pool scene, La Boqueria–inspired market and coffee shop frequented by Miami's A-list, two memorable restaurants (Matador Room and Market), and an underground bar complete with a luminescent bowling alley and ice rink (which entertain from morning until the wee hours of the next)"
Oyster Oyster
"Amenities are undoubtedly top-notch: There are two outdoor pools; a beachfront with chairs and umbrellas; fine dining Matador restaurant; an upscale spa; and an underground nightclub/bowling alley/skate rink"
Travel + Leisure Travel + Leisure
"In addition to its three restaurants (including Jean-Georges Vongerichten's The Matador Room and Market at EDITION), there's 70,000 square feet of pristine beachfront, two swimming pools, a tranquil spa with a custom Hammam room, and an underground nightclub (appropriately called Basement) with a bowling alley and indoor ice skating rink"
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