Miami, are you ready for Swan?
The highly anticipated eatery from singer Pharrell and nightclub king/restaurateur Dave Grutman (LIV, Story, Komodo) is ready for you.
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The Design District spot at 90 NE 39th Street is already a hit with celebs.
Trevor Noah, who recently shot “The Daily Show” at The Fillmore, stopped in on the same night as rocker Lenny Kravitz.
And Dwyane Wade was feted for his Haute Living cover with a huge bash attended by Marlins co-owner Derek Jeter, Food God Jonathan Cheban, artist Alec Monopoly (wearing a surgical mask) and model Karolina Kurkova.
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Besides the high profile clientele, the food is brought to you Jean Imbert, Pharrell’s former personal chef and a winner of Europe’s “Top Chef.”
Imbert’s so called modern-chic menu is inspired by flavors from all over the world, said the “Happy” singer.
“He just bends your tastebuds and expectations in a way that you walk away going, ‘Ok this is worth a conversation,’” Williams told Eater Miami.
The eatery’s website is scant on details about the offerings, and that may be no accident. It’s kind of mysteriously VIP, the way Grutman (who often hosts stars when they are in town on his yacht The Groot) likes it.
“It’s funny because I always say my restaurants are places where people will see a star, but also be treated like a star,” the Naples native told Food & Wine. “A lot of people come for the scene and leave surprised that the food is actually great. So that’s basically what we’re going for here.”
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You can check out more pictures on Grutman and Swan Miami’s social media accounts. “You’re so pretty,” wrote the co-owner of its opening.
Read: This place is ultra Instagrammable.
The two floor space looks absolutely stunning, with feminine, elegant touches. The first floor with soft, muted colors houses Swan, while upstairs The Bevy Bar, is more sleek and dark. There’s also a rooftop lounge for cooler evenings.
Hours: Open for dinner daily, starting at 6 p.m.
More info: 305-704-0994.