Lightkeepers Brunch Date In Key Biscayne!
Drive across the Rickenbacker Causeway from Miami, which runs above the waters of Biscayne Bay, and you'll be whisked away to a bygone Florida era, complete with waving palms and dense tropical greenery. Welcome to Key Biscayne, a 7-mile-long barrier island that feels like a Caribbean escape; Especially when compared to South Beach's glamor and traffic.
The resort provides a variety of alternatives, from lounging in the sand to dining in a more casually classy setting. While sipping cool artisan drinks and dining at Lightkeepers restaurant, guests may kick back, relax, and enjoy the island's beautiful coastal breeze and spectacular views.
Ritz Carlton of Key Biscayne
The 13-story skyscraper, with its cheerful yellow front, reigns dominant on the island like a queen at her throne. The hotel has 450 guestrooms and suites, as well as an additional 40 private residences that are open to the public. The Ritz Kids offers half or a full-day activities that take kids on treasure hunts or tours of the Cape Florida Lighthouse. It's the state's second oldest lighthouse, established in 1825. There are 11 tennis courts make up the Ritz Carlton's largest tennis complex. The spa has 21 treatment rooms, a fitness center, and unique activities such as Poolates, which is Pilates in the pool.
Then there are the four restaurants and bars, including Cioppino, Cantina Beach and my favorite Lightkeepers restaurant. It is named after the lighthouse keepers who guarded Key Biscayne's iconic Cape Florida Lighthouse.
You might think of Ritz Carlton "Ohh, so fancy." Which is true, but Lightkeepers is a laid-back, casually sophisticated restaurant with a desire to be more accessible in terms of price.
Throughout the week, Lightkeepers restaurant and indoor/outdoor bar is featuring new brunch options and offers. Local Burrata, Smoked Wahoo Dip, Blistered Shishito Peppers, and other new a la carte brunch dishes have been added to the bottomless brunch menu. It is available Saturday and Sunday from 12 - 4 p.m.
It's stunning, and one of Miami's most amazing dining views. You have the option of sitting inside or outside depending on the temperature because nothing beats Miamis heat. Reservation is recommended.
455 Grand Bay Drive Key Biscayne, Florida.