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Dining at this hotel eatery feels something like abandoning Miami in favor of a mid-century, European beach club. Built of dark leather, white marble tables, and wood-paneled ceilings, the indoor space radiates class, while the atmospheric terrace features scattered paper lanterns and romantic poolside views. The kitchen, helmed by Food Network celeb Alex Guarnaschelli, cranks out modern Mediterranean flare, with a heavy emphasis on seafood. Guests can enjoy small plates like Moroccan-harissa topped mussels and seared tuna-nicoise, before delving into full entrees like white wine lobster risotto. While patrons can finish their food off with a digestif or a desert wine, a meal at Juvia is best concluded with its signature house-baked chocolate walnut cookies, accompanied by a glass of bourbon-spiked milk.

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The Driftwood Room

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Dining at this hotel eatery feels something like abandoning Miami in favor of a mid-century, European beach club. Built of dark leather, white marble tables, and wood-paneled ceilings, the indoor space radiates class, while the atmospheric terrace features scattered paper lanterns and romantic poolside views. The kitchen, helmed by Food Network celeb Alex Guarnaschelli, cranks out modern Mediterranean flare, with a heavy emphasis on seafood. Guests can enjoy small plates like Moroccan-harissa topped mussels and seared tuna-nicoise, before delving into full entrees like white wine lobster risotto. While patrons can finish their food off with a digestif or a desert wine, a meal at Juvia is best concluded with its signature house-baked chocolate walnut cookies, accompanied by a glass of bourbon-spiked milk.

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