Luxury Safes blog presents you today the latest fine dining restaurant in South Florida that will bring you all the flavors from a Napa-style winery. With an authentic wine tasting room and the single taste of a true winery, this luxury restaurant is the perfect option when thinking of eating out in Florida.
Some mouth-watering dishes created by Executive Chef Matt McMillin include the Candied Bacon & Artisan Cheeses with Honeycomb, Black Fig Jam and Grilled Polenta Crostini paired with a Lux Sparkling for starters, the Ginger Soy Glazed Center Cut NY Strip with Wasabi-Buttered Mashed and Oven-Roasted Vegetables paired with Bin 89 – Cooper’s Hawk Lux Cabernet Sauvignon as the main course, and the Lemon Ice Wine Cheesecake with Macerated Berries and Toasted Graham Crackers paired with Bin 63 – Cooper’s Hawk Lux Ice Wine for dessert.
The tasting room embraces the rich Napa feel, while the clerestory windows give a sense of openness and grandeur to the artisan market and extra-long tasting bar. It’s the perfect ambiance to unwind and explore Cooper’s Hawk award-winning, handcrafted variations of whites, reds and sparkling wines before sitting down to a savory meal.
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The Napa-style winery and restaurant originating in the mid-west, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant, opens its fourth South Florida establishment in Pembroke Pines, following the Doral, Coconut Creek and Palm Beach Gardens openings.
Reminiscent of those visits to Napa Valley, the tasting room and wine shop at Cooper’s Hawk quickly transports you to those memorable moments vacationing in wine country, driving from winery to winery. The sense of exploration – of something warmly familiar – kicks in immediately upon entering the restaurant.
40-year-old McEnery bootstrapped a winery, restaurant and a full-fledged retail operation with over $220 million in annual revenue. He started out in hospitality at the age of 11, and slowly worked his way through the ranks to prove that the American dream still exists. Today, the 125,000-square foot winery in Woodridge, IL, produces over five million bottles of wine per year to supply over 30 Cooper’s Hawk restaurants.
The secret to Cooper’s Hawk popularity is the winning trifecta – a modern, upscale dining experience, smart menu based on quality ingredients and value. Dishes are redefined to offer modern American classics infused with international flavors. So if you ever visiting Florida, this is the type of restaurant that will for sure fill your luxury lifestyle!
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Source: Trillionaire Mag