Choose from Three Options
- $25 for two signature cocktails and an appetizer in the bar and lounge area (up to $52 value)
- $39 for $70 worth of Pan-Latin fusion food for two or more (must purchase two entrees)
- $79 for a three-course Pan-Latin fusion dinner for two with cocktails ($152 value)
- See the regular menu here and three-course dinner menu here. See the cocktail menu here.
Tantalize Miami offers visitors the best of two worlds. The sumptuous, two-story venue is part cocktail lounge and part nightclub—and it's excellent at being both. Below, some reasons that the establishment is two-faced in the best way.
The chef is a James Beard Award semifinalist. Horacio Rivadero, who was also named Food & Wine magazine's Best New Chef for the Gulf Region in 2012, was a semifinalist in the Best Chef South category in 2014. His love for Pan-Latin cuisine translates into dishes such as braised pork shoulder and yucca, and duck with yuzu mayo.
Tantalize hosts live performances every night. The 7,800-square-foot space has a main stage for live sets from acclaimed musicians. And burlesque dancers perform sensual shows throughout the evening.
The signature cocktails sometimes emit puffs of smoke. The Red Muse, a blend of gin, campari, and sweet vermouth, is finished with dry ice.
The decor is downright decadent. Think gold-framed mirrors, lipstick-red tufted booths, marble tabletops, and tasseled drapery. One of the private dining rooms—the Crystal Chandelier Room—features plush velvet curtains lit by blue lights, silvery walls, and even see-through chairs.