NORTH MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (October 19, 2010) – Restaurant Row at Intracoastal Mall, the hottest location for waterfront dining in North Miami Beach, just kicked it up a notch with special dining deals offered this fall at each restaurant.
“Our spectacular view, cool night air and breeze off the Intracoastal waterways make Restaurant Row the place to be and be seen this fall,” said Enrique Kaufer, vice president of marketing and business development for Woolbright Development, manager of the mall. “We have a great diversity of restaurant types, offering a wide variety of choices. Not to mention that each restaurant on the Row is offering incredible specials.”
The Water Club is a spacious waterfront casual-upscale restaurant and bar/lounge that offers a seasonal menu of American classic food with a twist created by Chefs Frank and Andrea Curto Randazzo, who recently competed on Bravo TV’s hit show Top Chef. Adorned with plasma TVs inside and outside, the restaurant is offering NFL specials throughout football season complete with drink specials and a tailgating menu. Also starting this fall will be stone crab and raw bar specials, as well as a Sunday brunch. A daily happy hour is available for all guests from 4 to 7 p.m. with two-for-one drinks and 50 percent off the bar menu. Those who work in the hospitality industry can enjoy drink specials and half-off bar food from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. with proof of employment. Every Wednesday from 9 to 11 p.m. ladies will receive a complimentary Appletini or Cosmopolitan, while groups of eight or more will receive a complimentary bottle of champagne during Ladies Night.
Rack’s Italian Kitchen is recognized as North Miami’s number one destination for Italian waterfront dining at exciting affordability. Rack’s is owned by renowned South Florida restaurateur Gary Rack. This award-winning neighborhood restaurant and bar offers delicious Italian regional specialties using locally-sourced ingredients. Quality dishes include succulent seafood and steak entrees, specialty salads, hand-crafted pastas, organic beef burgers and coal oven pizzas and paninis. Monday nights feature “Love at First Slice” for $7 house salad, $7 pasta with choice of sauce and $7 classic coal-oven Brooklyn pie. Wednesdays are “$5 Burger Night” with create-your-own gourmet burger made from 100 percent all-natural Harris Ranch farmed beef served with your choice of farm fresh toppings. Friday nights are “Lobster Fridays” offering fresh steamed one-and-a-half pound lobster served with baby potatoes and corn for $19.95.
Flamma Brazilian Steakhouse provides diners with an authentic experience from Gauchos serving meats off of the Rodizio menu to the Bar Sabor (Bar of Flavor) offering traditional Brazilian cuisine. With the purchase of a $50 gift card, guests receive $25 off dinner for two.
C-Lounge is an upscale full-bar and cigar lounge offering rare Honduran, Dominican and Nicaraguan cigars and food service from neighboring restaurants Rack’s and The Water Club. Featuring a temperature-controlled walk-in humidor, cigar aficionados can also rent a private locker for $1,500 a year. Live entertainment performs every Thursday starting at 10 p.m.; martinis are half-price from 9 to 11 p.m. and a DJ spins todays music hits starting at 10 p.m. on Fridays; and Saturdays feature champagne parties offering ladies free champagne from 10 p.m. to midnight.
Anchored by TJ Maxx, Old Navy, Winn Dixie and Sunrise Cinemas, the 234,000 square-foot shopping center is located at the northeast corner of 163rd St. and N.E. 35th Ave. and is readily accessible to Aventura and Sunny Isles.
Woolbright Development, which manages Intracoastal Mall, is a diversified real estate services company specializing in the acquisition, redevelopment, leasing, management and disposition of shopping center projects throughout Florida. Woolbright’s focus is to provide advisory, consulting and asset management services to institutional investors and individual property owners.
Based in Boca Raton, Woolbright exploits its extensive database of market research and industry leading IT capability to deliver market-driven project-specific business plans that generate results consistently outpacing the performance of its peers. During the past decade, Woolbright has acquired, developed and re-developed shopping centers comprising in excess of 7.5 million square feet valued at more than three billion dollars. For more information about Woolbright Development, visit http://www.woolbright.net or call (866) WDI-1230.