• NEW ZEALAND LAMB CHOPS

    Gorgonzola cheese, berries, soy guava reduction
  • NEW ZEALAND LAMB CHOPS

    Gorgonzola cheese, berries, soy guava reduction
  • BURRATTA MOZZARELLA

    fig, onion, proscuitto, balsamic, truffle
  • HARRIS RANCH BLACK ANGUS

    Filet Mignon cognac, dijon, au jus
  • BRAISED PRIME BEEF SHORT RIB

  • MINI CHEESE CAKE BITES

    cheesecake with nutella, rum, bananas flambe

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Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar

Located: 11510 SW 147th Ave, Miami, FL 33196
Reservations: 305.408.8386
Open Tuesdays – Sunday
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“I enjoy Chef Adrianne’s because the restaurant transports you away from contemporary Miami. It has an upscale yet inviting traditional feel of a family comfort restaurant mixed with a wine country vibe dining room and bar. What I praise about the menu is that Chef Adrianne offers a simplistic modern twist to classic signature dishes enhanced with her maximum  flavors without losing the integrity of the core dish. Chef Adrianne’s is perfect for any occasion with friends, family or even a romantic Get Lucky! first date.” Tony Guerra

About:

Adrianne Calvo is a Cuban/American chef, author, television personality, and owner of Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar in Miami, Florida. 

In 2002, Calvo enrolled at the culinary school Johnson & Wales University and entered more than forty national competitions, receiving first place in ten of the competitions and runner-up in all the rest. During this year, Adrianne competed in a National Pastry Competition held by Johnson & Wales University and received a bronze medal without any formal training. In 2003, Calvo won ‘’Taste Down Under’’, an Australian culinary competition and her winning dish was served at a dinner for the United Nations and its ambassadors, making her the youngest person to cook for the United Nations. A year later, she won ‘’Taste Down Under’’ again, and her dish was served to CNN correspondents and representatives from ‘’Gourmet’’, ‘’Food Network’’ and ‘’Bon Appetite”. All these accolades granted her the opportunity to cater the 2003 World Series for the champion Florida Marlins.

Moreover, in 2004, after graduating top of her class from, Calvo became the youngest chef to work at the five-diamond Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami; there she had the opportunity to master her craft by working under executive chef Patrick Lassaque, who had been the executive pastry chef of the Ritz Carlton in Paris for twenty years. After working at Mandarin Oriental, Calvo took a trip to Napa Valley, California, where she then sharpened her craft under Chef Thomas Keller and Chef Cindy Pawlcyn. This experience gave her the inspiration for her now restaurant “Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar” in Miami, in addition to her two cookbooks.

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