Bal Harbour & Surfside Restaurants


Mister Collins at One Bal Harbour Resort & Spa

Mister Collins at One Bal Harbour Resort & Spa

While most visitors to Bal Harbour and Surfside enjoy the cozy confines of their resort hotels, many great dining options are just steps away.

Mister Collins
10295 Collins Avenue
Tucked inside One Bal Harbour Resort & Spa, Mister Collins serves American comfort food favorites indoors and overlooking the pool deck and the Atlantic surf. If you can tear your eyes off the amazing view, enjoy juicy burgers, Pop’s pork chop and a butter-poached Maine lobster roll.

J&G Grill at the St. Regis Bal Harbour

J&G Grill at the St. Regis Bal Harbour

J&G Grill
9703 Collins Avenue
The centerpiece of the St. Regis Bal Harbour dining experience, J&G Grill showcases the best recipes from star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten who’s impressive resume includes Mercer Kitchen, Spice Market, JoJo and more! Dine on simply grilled meat and Florida-fresh seafood in the lofty dining room overlooking the pool or out on the breezy seaside terrace.

La Goulue
9700 Collins Avenue
In keeping with the upscale nature of Bal Harbour, La Goulue enjoys a chic French pedigree and a storied Chef – Christian Delouvrier – who brings the old world charm of his original Manhattan location to South Florida along with garlicky escargots, steak tartare and French charcuterie. Experience the authentic brasserie menu inside at the charming bar or alfresco on the sidewalk.

Carpaccio
9700 Collins Avenue
Guests staying at the Sea View Hotel looking for simple Italian fare like wood oven pizzas or a perfect antipasto and a glass of wine stop by Carpaccio after shopping the luxe boutiques of Bal Harbour Mall. Evenings attract an upscale clientele who enjoy the steaks, chops and seafood served alongside some of the best risotto in town!

Makoto Restaurant

Makoto Restaurant

Makoto
9700 Collins Avenue
Iron Chef Morimoto got where he is in Kitchen Stadium today with sushi Chef Makoto Okuwa by his side. Finally striking out on his own, the able young chef’s menu takes many Japanese classics for a unique new spin and serves up some of the freshest fish in the city.

Santa Fe News
9700 Collins Avenue
For a quick bite and some serious people watching, there’s no better address than Santa Fe. Best bets for lunch are the budget-friendly daily specials (especially grilled churrasco skirt steak & fries) and the juicy beef burger.

Lea’s Tea Room
9700 Collins Avenue
The ladies who lunch swear by Lea’s, a classic French style cafe serving perfect pastries, strong cocktails plus salads and pastas. Dress to impress and stop in after window shopping some of the biggest names in fashion at Bal Harbour Mall.

Fresco Beach Bar
9703 Collins Avenue
A hidden gem overlooking the Atlantic coast, Fresco’s menu has a decidedly Latin flair and more than a few taste-tempting seafood options like Puerto Vallarta fish tacos, tuna, shrimp or corvina ceviche, and the house Fresco salad topped with seared ahi tuna. Factor in that million dollar view and you’ve found the most perfect lunch spot in town!