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Prelude by Barton G. is Dining Simplified for Adrienne Arsht Center Patrons
September 29, 2009, 8:16 pm
Filed under: Out in the Community

 The flair and fun that has for eight years defined the fame and popularity of South Beach’s Barton G. Restaurant is now crossing the causeway to plant a firm foothold at our own Adrienne Arsht Center. Introducing PRELUDE BY BARTON G., designed and delivered by Barton G. Weiss, whose entrepreneurial skill as an events designer and restaurateur has established his name among the great hosts of the industry. PRELUDE BY BARTON G. will be available as a full-service dining opportunity that will add a brilliant new luster to Miami’s thriving downtown community.

Open six nights a week just steps away from the theater, patrons can enjoy “Diner’s Decision:” the choice of any three dinner menu items for $39 or any two lunch/brunch items for $23. Among the dishes to enjoy are Short Ribs En Croûte, Butter Poached Baby Shrimp Salad, Seared Tuna with a Checkerboard of Red and Yellow Beets, and more. Barton G., known for his signature desserts at his restaurant on South Beach, has created new treats for PRELUDE including a sinful deconstructed Strawberry Shortcake with Ricotta Cream, a Caramel Apple Sundae with house made cinnamon ice cream and a quartet of crème brûlées in pistachio, mocha, tropical fruit and vanilla.

Prelude by Barton G rendering

South Florida’s most expansive by-the-glass wine list – available by the taste, the half glass or the glass – complements the menu of updated American classics. Diners can also sip a glass and enjoy a snack from our à la carte bar menu. The full-service bar also serves a complete range of mixed drinks.

Open to the general public, groups and Arsht Center patrons from 5 p.m. until late Tuesdays through Sundays, PRELUDE BY BARTON G. opens its doors at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts on October 23rd. Make reservations now at www.arshtcenter.org/prelude or by calling 305-948-7500.


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