1. Soho Beach House
Since its inception in 2010, this members-only club has become the most notable celebrity playground in the city. During this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach, you couldn’t walk the property without hobnobbing with Adrien Brody, Naomi Campbell, and Paris Hilton. But even on regular calendar days, you’re sure to find some A-lister poolside or at Cecconi’s.
4385 Collins Avenue; 786-507-7900.
2. Casa Tua
Casa Tua is one of those places that came out of the gate with a reputation for celebrity sightings, and no one is really sure why — kind of similar to The Ivy in Los Angeles. Whatever the magic behind the secret sauce, this highly coveted restaurant has waited on everyone from A-Rod and Kate Hudson to Eva Longoria.
1700 James Avenue; 305-673-1010.
3. Prime 112
If we sat here and dropped the name of every VIP guest who has ever dined at Prime 112, we’d be writing for a very long time. Elbow your way through the packed house on any night of the week and you could see anyone from Bill Clinton to Reggie Bush. Some may think it’s the steak that keeps people coming back, but we know it’s the fried Oreos.
112 Ocean Drive; 305-532-8112.
Photos: Courtesy of Prime 112 and Casa Tua.
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