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Prelude by Barton G was recently dubbed “perfect for every audience” by Miami Herald restaurant critic Victoria Pesce Elliott, and that’s just one of the many reasons the restaurant, located at the Adrienne Arsht Center, has become one of Miami’s most popular dining hot spots. The food is “delicious and decadent,” adds Pesce, and “the décor is simply smashing.” And Barton G. Weiss just scored one of South Florida’s top dining accolades when the Miami New Times proclaimed him “Best Restaurateur” in its June 17 “Best of Miami” issue. Why? “Vision, value, and damn good food. What more could you want from a restaurateur?” explains the paper.
A hit from the moment it opened nearly a year ago on the second level of the Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House, Prelude by Barton G. serves theater patrons before and after the shows at the Center—as well as fans of good food and fine wines throughout the evening. A prix-fixe menu allows diners to mix and match starters, entrees, and desserts according to their mood, and special show-related offerings, such as the Latin-flavored Babalu menu created for this summer theatrical concert featuring the music of Desi Arnaz, enhance not only the restaurant’s cuisine but also a patron’s enjoyment of the performance.
As the Herald reports: “Lovely Prelude is a crowd-pleaser!”
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