Quantcast
Home - Contact Us - FAQ - Glossary - Sitemap - Login - Advanced Search    
 
Home > NOTEWORTHY DINING > South Florida Noteworthy Dining > The DiLido Beach Club

Discover the Beauty of Beach Dining at the DiLido Beach Club

The Only Beachfront Restaurant on South Beach Where You Can Enjoy a Delicious Meal and a Perfect View

    
   
Imagine sitting at the shore, dining on a variety of culinary delights, all the while taking in the tranquil view of the bright blue ocean stretching out beyond a span of inviting white sand. You don't have to imagine it, all you have to do to be pampered to your heart's content (or maybe you wallet's content) is get a table at the DiLido Beach Club at the luxurious Ritz Carlton, South Beach. There's no other restaurant in South Beach where can have such a complete, unobstructed view of the beach while you eat. Dining at the DiLido offers a wonderful occasion for people watching - both within the restaurant and out on the beach - and Sunday cocktail hours are the prime time for celebrity sightings.

The name of the DiLido restaurant pays homage to the original DiLido Hotel, whose sign still adorns the current hotel due to its landmark status. That's why, if you are looking for the Ritz Carlton from Collins avenue, you will also find a sign for the DiLido Hotel there as well. In style and atmosphere, the Ritz Carlton, South Beach is reminiscent of a luxury liner. You can see those luxury liner touches in the overall shape of the hotel as well as details like the exterior curves, the balconies, the design of the pool deck, and the ubiquitous shade of nautical blue. The smooth elegance of the Ritz Carlton, South Beach owes some of its luxury liner feel to the rare unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean that you can even enjoy from the infinity pool. Another indulgent rarity at the hotel is the service of the world's only known tanning butler - we'll say more about him below. If you're looking for the infinity pool, it's nicely situated between the two Ritz Carlton restaurants, right outside the Americana restaurant and right above the DiLido Beach Club.

The original DiLido hotel was designed by Morris Lapidus in the Art Moderne/Miami Modern ("MiMo") style he pioneered and which is now part of the quintessential Miami look. The hotel underwent a major, $200 million renovation and reopened in December 2003 with much of the original style of the hotel preserved.

   
     
    
DiLido Beach Club
Ritz Carlton South Beach
One Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Hotel Phone: (786) 276-4000
Reservations: Only available for after 6:00 p.m., (786) 276-4336

Lunch: Noon to 4:00 p.m.
Dinner: 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Cocktails: 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Dinner and Cocktails served Friday, Saturday and Sunday only

Dress Code: Casual

   
     
      
Login
Chefs
Most Viewed
The Inside Scoop
News
Register
FAQ
Favorite Links
About Us
Login
Glossary
Press Room
Advertise With Us
Contact Us
View Website Rules and Regulations | Editorial Policy | Privacy Policy | Shopping Policy of TravelsinTaste.com
Copyright © LAM Endeavors LLC 2017, All Rights Reserved. Users of this site agree to be bound by the terms of the Travels inTaste.com Web Site Rules and Regulations.




Advertisements