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Surfside featured in American Way Magazine

By: Surfside Nov 14, 2017

Surfside is pleased to be featured not once, but twice, in the November Issue of American Way Magazine. In "Miami 2.0," American Way editors guide visitors on the best places to go in Miami right now, shining a light on some of Miami’s hidden gems and offering a more dynamic look at the city beyond South Beach. 

The Four Seasons at The Surf Club, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect, Richard Meier receives admiration as much for its glamorous edifice as its restaurants, including a new Thomas Keller dining concept, opening soon.

In pleasantly removed Surfside, just north of the Miami Beach border, Four Seasons The Surf Club has beautifully restored a 1930 Mediterranean Revival structure, which houses an outpost of Le Sirenuse, the iconic dining haunt on Italy’s Amalfi Coast (don’t miss the restaurant’s exquisite Champagne Bar), as well as an upcoming restaurant from culinary superstar Thomas Keller, set to open in 2018. Guests retire to sleek towers designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Richard Meier.

Furthermore, American Way breaks down the best Miami beaches by mood, crowning Surfside as the beach to go for family time.

Family Time


Ice cream, shopping and public art are all within walking distance of the family-friendly Surfside beach. Did we mention the free beach bash on the first Friday of the month?

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Surfside featured in American Way Magazine

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