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The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach Reels in a Fresh New Dining Concept for Guests

Experience Luxurious South Beach Dining Like Never Before

SOUTH BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/21/14 -- The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach is casting a fresh, new alfresco seafood dining experience called "Bait & Switch" at The DiLido Beach Club, the only oceanfront restaurant and lounge in Miami Beach.

Friday and Saturday evenings, guests can choose a favorite catch of the day, tell the chef how they would like it prepared, pick a spice, flavor or sauce to top it off, and pair their fresh-from-the-sea feast with two delectable side dishes including mojo yuca fries, malt vinegar chips, sweet potato hash and pineapple coleslaw.

"We hand out menu cards to our guests as they are first seated," says Chef de Cuisine Andres Meraz "what happens next is completely up to their taste. The combinations of fresh seafood and cooking methods are endless. We want guests to really experience the true meaning of sea-to-table."

The Bait & Switch menu offers weekly local catches at market price. Guests can enjoy Miami waterfront dining and toast the night away with unlimited Vueve Clicquot Champagne for $45 USD per person. Casual yet elegant, The DiLido Beach Club is the perfect place to savor a meal and spend time with loved ones while enjoying the breathtaking view of South Beach.

For a reservation at The DiLido Beach Club please call 786-276-4090.

The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach is located at 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. For additional information visit ritzcarlton.com/southbeach or call (786) 276-4006.

About The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach is an oasis of luxury and bliss located in the epicenter of South Beach - The restored Art Moderne building in Miami's famed Art Deco district exudes an air of modern sophistication and refined elegance. The resort features 375 newly-renovated guest rooms that draw inspiration from the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean, Miami's golden sandy beaches and the vigor of South Beach. The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach lies on Miami's most famous beach and is located just steps from Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road -- a 10-block pedestrian esplanade with world renowned shopping, dining, nightlife and people-watching. Its centerpieces include the only Ritz-Carlton Spa featuring exclusively La Maison de Beauté Carita, a multi-million dollar art collection, The DiLido Beach Club -- the only oceanfront restaurant on South Beach, VIP oceanfront cabanas, 24-hour Fitness Center, grand ballroom, meeting rooms, and elevated outdoor pool overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. For additional information about The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach please call (800) 241-3333, the hotel directly at 786-276-4000, a travel professional or visit The Ritz-Carlton web site at www.ritzcarlton.com.

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Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
Tel: (786) 276-4006
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