The Bazaar is an upscale restaurant inside the SLS South Beach. The dining room looks like a library doing cabaret - and the food isn’t any less showy. Expect foams and dry ice and odd little dishes that pack a lot of flavor. It’s the kind of restaurant someone might unironically describe as “whimsical.” But unlike other gimmicky restaurants, the food here is very good. You might leave slightly hungry since portions are small, but you’ll be thinking about some of these dishes for a while.
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