Baia Beach Club Restaurant
Baia Beach Club Miami
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victor ortizvictor ortiz
05:28 04 Jan 23
Baia Beach Club is the perfect spot for anyone looking to relax and enjoy some of the most delicious food and breathtaking ocean views specially sunset. With a fully stocked bar and a range of refreshing cocktails and drinks on offer.But what really sets Baia Beach Club apart is the atmosphere and vibe. As the sun starts to set, the energy at this beach club becomes electric while enjoying a good wine with a cigar. Great spot.
Kolby GoodnoeKolby Goodnoe
22:08 06 Nov 22
Beautiful views. Good service. Overpriced food.Starters:Tuna Tartare – 3/5Sandwiches:Crispy Fish Sandwich – 4/5My total bill for both items including tax and tip was over $70, for an app and a sandwich…ridiculous. Tuna tartare was not fresh, nor good at all. The sandwich was tasty. Service was good. Views were really good.
Love LifeLove Life
23:50 16 May 22
VIEW WAS AMAZING! Very laid back, beach vibe patio with an amazing view of the sunset! Definitely go for sunset! I was definitely glad we went for that reason however as other reviewers mentioned, service was sub par! Food was pretty good but not blown away! I had the lobster pasta dish. I can’t speak for the cocktails since I’m pregnant but this may be a place I’d recommend to go just for sunset and drinks and go somewhere else for dinner. If you have dinner, just don’t expect the best service! View was beyond beautiful and we were able to get some really special photos here.
Simone KnightSimone Knight
00:51 14 May 22
South Beach glam! Great place to see and be seen. Gorgeous views of the Bay, yachts and the sunset. Pool is smokin’ hot with bikinis and muscles. Food was pretty good, cocktails could be stronger. Great all day hangout with friends. Good spot for a family meal early in the day. Restaurant patio gets too much sun between 3:30pm and 5pm.

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With everyone’s vacation plans on hold, 2020 was the year to open a restaurant that made you feel as though you were somewhere else. The Baia Beach Club experience takes you on a handful of international trips: it’s Bali meets Mykonos meets Amalfi, with a dash of scene-y Miami. Every table boasts a view of Biscayne Bay (if not floating right above it) and the menu is fresh and globally inspired with lots of fresh seafood dishes (think ceviche and branzino) and vegetarian options perfect for noshing by the Mondrian pool. While the beach club is only open to members, the restaurant welcomes all.

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