Invest Hospitality is thrilled to announce today that L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Le Jardinier, and Frohzen in the Miami Design District’s Paradise Plaza will be reopening their doors to the public on Wednesday, October 7, 2020. With the re-openings will come some exciting updates to each concept; as well as the implementation of enhanced safety protocols, with the guidance of the CDC, local government, and health officials, including socially distanced tables, extensive sanitation, and mask requirements for all staff and guests, when not seated at their table. While keeping safety a top priority, guests can expect the same high level of quality and service that the brands are known and loved for.
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
The reopening of the Miami outpost of the world-renowned restaurant will come with the addition of new outdoor seating on the second-floor balcony. Seating 40 guests, the terrace will allow diners to enjoy the restaurant’s acclaimed food and service in an open-air environment sporting view of Paradise Plaza. Indoors, L’Atelier will accommodate guests at the signature counter and table seating with social distancing in place. With Culinary Director Chef Alain Verzeroli, a longtime protégé of Joël Robuchon, at the helm of L’Atelier Miami, the modern French menu will be serving a number of new and seasonal dishes alongside L’Atelier classics and updated tasting menus. The restaurant will be open for dinner Tuesdays through Saturdays from 5 pm until 10 PM. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made online at www.latelier-miami.com.
To coincide with its reopening, Michelin–starred Chef Alain Verzeroli’s vegetable-forward restaurant will launch a new menu created by Verzeroli alongside Le Jardinier Miami’s Chef de Cuisine, Seth Blumenthal. The new menu will be heavily focused on fresh, seasonal vegetables and seafood elevated by classic French technique. The restaurant will also introduce Le Jardinier To-Go, offering a selection of dishes for guests to enjoy at home. The spacious and lush patio will be expanded to seat 64 guests and is being redesigned with a pergola to make it an ideal outdoor dining destination in all weather. Le Jardinier’s indoor dining room will accommodate 24 guests. The restaurant will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays for dinner from 5 PM until 10 PM. Lunch offerings to follow. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made online at www.lejardinier-miami.com.
Along with Frohzen’s signature ice cream flavors, ice cream cupcakes, macaron ice cream sandwiches, and ice cream “cake-sicles,” guests can expect new whimsical, not-to-be-missed treats from Michelin-starred Executive Pastry Chef Salvatore Martone once the shop reopens. Martone and his team have also designed mobile Frohzen ice cream carts, which will debut in the Miami Design District shortly after reopening with plans to expand later on. Frohzen will serve its sweet treats Tuesdays through Saturdays from 1 pm until 7 PM.
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Le Jardinier and Frohzen are all located on the east side of the Miami Design District’s Paradise Plaza at 151 NE 41st Street.