Miami Beach, Florida – Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s dining outlets – Pizza & Burger by Michael Mina, Scarpetta by Scott Conant, Hakkasan, and StripSteak by Michael Mina – are welcoming Summer 2019 with an exclusive line-up of new specially crafted libations.
PIZZA & BURGER by MICHAEL MINA
Pizza & Burger by Michael Mina gets straight to “The Punch” with their new tiki-inspired punch bowls. Priced at $85, each bowl equals 128 ounces – perfect for sharing with 5+ friends. Options include Vice Night with Absolute vodka, lemon juice, jalapeno hibiscus syrup, fresh watermelon juice; Lychee Punch with Malibu Rum, St. Germaine, fresh lychee, lemon and cranberry juice; and The Bleau with Volcan Tequila, pineapple juice, Coco Lopez, lime and Blue Curaçao. Take advantage of the Daily Social Hour at Pizza & Burger by Michael Mina with the purchase of specialty cocktails and get the second for $1 from 5PM – 7PM and during late-night happy hour from 11PM – 12AM.
STRIPSTEAK by MICHAEL MINA
At StripSteak by Michael Mina, libation enthusiasts can enjoy specialty pours and artisanal craft spirits such as the Smoke on the Water ($16) with pineapple infused Corzo Silver, citrus infused Gracias a Dios Mezcal, smoky orange puree, orange juice and Peychaud’s bitters; La Crème de Noir ($19) featuring Fontainebleau signature chocolate, Sapphire Noir, made withRevolucion Cristalino, Godiva White Chocolate, Crème de Cacao, Madagascar Vanilla syrup and chocolate bitters; and the Blonde & Stormy ($16) with Bacardi 8yr, grilled pina syrup, Peche de Vigne, grapefruit juice, grapefruit bitters and topped with ginger beer.
SCARPETTA by SCOTT CONANT
Take in the breathtaking seaside views at Scarpetta by Scott Conant while sipping on these trendy European inspired cocktails ($16). Guests can opt for the Lavanda 75 with Oxley Gin, Crème de Cassis, Crème de Violette, Luxardo maraschino, lemon juice, lavender syrup and egg whites; Mora Vita with Corzo Añejo Tequila, Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Crème de Mûre, Fernet Branca, hibiscus syrup, blackberry puree and mint; and Sole Rosso – which means “red sun” in Italian – made with Montenegro Amaro, Boulard Solage Calvados, Facundo Eximo Rum, Mango Tea, Yuzu juice and agave nectar.
Turn up the heat at Hakkasan, Miami’s coveted, contemporary Chinese cuisine restaurant, with new cocktails ($16) to match its ambient nightlife and lounge aura. Creations include the The Golden Buddha made with Cazadores Reposado tequila, agave syrup, lime juice, mango juice and muddled chili; Silk Road with Plymouth gin, Schisandra Berry “Tea”, Luxardo maraschino, passion fruit puree and aquafaba; 24 Karrots with Zunte Mezcal, lime juice, cinnamon syrup and carrot juice.