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Le Sirenuse at the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club

By: Surfside Apr 12, 2017

Historic Italian Brand Expands to Surfside

In the latest news about Surfside happenings, the famed Le Sirenuse, an Amalfi Coast hospitality landmark, has recently opened at the new Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club. Its first permanent location outside of Italy, the restaurant will be one of two restaurants on the property at The Surf Club, alongside a new concept by chef Thomas Keller to open in 2018.

A historic playground on the Atlantic coast for the rich and famous, The Surf Club is an internationally known icon. With the flare of Mediterranean revival architecture, the original Surf Club buildings, by famed architect Russel Pancoast, were often said to evoke the spirit of a European resort. It is with this spirit that Le Sirenuse brings a touch of the Amalfi Coast to Surfside.

Custom designed by Joseph Dirand, Le Sirenuse Miami invites you to dine inside the elegant, palm-fringed restaurant, or on the outdoor terrace with ocean views; the same once enjoyed by Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill.

About Le Sirenuse

Located on the Amalfi Coast at the base of Positano, Le Sirenuse has long been a heralded symbol of Italian hospitality. Owned by the Sersale family, the hotel consists of 58 elegantly-designed guest rooms and the Michelin-starred La Sponda restaurant, an al fresco Champagne Bar, and a Gae-Aulenti-designed spa. It is also home to the fashion and swimwear line, Emporio Sirenuse, and the Eau d’Italie fragrance and skincare range.

Four Seasons Hotel and Residences at The Surf Club

The new Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club spans nine acres of pristine beachfront, merging elements of past and present with stunning new architecture by legendary architect Richard Meier and thoughtful amenities that showcase the Four Seasons lifestyle.

For the Surf Club, Le Sirenuse has been reimagined as a white tablecloth dining experience, situated in the restored 1930s clubhouse, once called “Peacock Alley.” The space hosts a champagne bar, dining area, covered terrace and 12-seat private dining room.

A reflection of the original location’s Mediterranean magic, the experience promises Southern Italian cuisine, impeccable service and, of course, champagne.

For further information on Le Sirenuse click here.