Positano Comes to Miami

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Eighty-seven years ago, the founder of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Harvey Firestone, opened The Surf Club on Collins Avenue, in the North Beach area of Miami, for his friends and the glitterati of the day. In March, the club reopened, now encased within a striking new 77-room Four Seasons hotel designed by star architect Richard Meier. And in a considerable coup, the Sersale family, owners of the legendary Le Sirenuse resort in Positano, have been persuaded to open an American branch of their Michelin-starred La Sponda. Set within the Club’s restored Peacock Alley, Le Sirenuse Miami will now serve a menu of southern Italian-Mediterranean cuisine under the supervision of 32-year-old chef Antonio Mermolia from Calabria.

<em>Le Sirenuse Miami</em>, the restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club in Surfside, Florida
Le Sirenuse Miami, the restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club in Surfside, Florida - Christian Horan
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