Lure Fishbar Debuts Happy Hour & New Summer Menu

Miami Beach’s acclaimed seafood hot spot, Lure Fishbar, is welcoming summer with the launch of Happy Hour and a limited-time pre-fixe menu. Now through July 2016, diners can enjoy a menu crafted by Executive Chef John Iatrellis of delicacies from both land and sea. 

Accessibly priced at $55 per person (excluding tax and gratuity), the three-course dinner begins with a choice of Salmon Tartare with avocado ponzu and aji Amarillo; a Lure House Roll with shrimp tempura and spicy tuna; a Field Green Salad tossed with baby gems, tomatoes, shaved cucumbers, watermelon radish, and carrot ginger dressing; or Tempura Shrimp with spicy sesame mayo. Savory entrees include Lure’s award-winning Bash Style Burger; Plancha Seared Snapper served with fingerling potatoes, caramelized fennel, baby carrots, and champagne nage; Miso-Glazed Salmon with sugar snap peas, shiitake mushrooms, and sesame seeds; Herb Roasted Organic Chicken served with basil mashed potatoes, baby carrots, and asparagus with chicken jus. The perfect ending to the meal, diners will have a choice of one of the Lure’s popular desserts made in-house – Key Lime Pie with roasted white chocolate; Peanut Butter Candy Bar; or a selection of Fresh Fruit Sorbets.

Imbibers can enjoy a rotating selection of refreshing cocktails throughout summer for $8 each as well as lite bites during the newly launched Happy Hour available Monday through Wednesday from 6 to 8 PM. Lure also boasts robust wine and sake lists as well as local craft beers available by the bottle or on draft. Bar snacks, specially priced from $3-$10, include salmon, tuna or Hamachi Nigiri; a miso-glazed Vegetable Roll; the always popular Mini Lobster Roll; and Asian Chicken Lollipops.

Lure Fishbar is located in the historic St. Moritz Hotel building at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel at 1601 Collins Avenue. Valet parking is available.

(305) 695-4550;   www.lurefishbar.com

Zulma Torres

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