Fancy trying out long-lost rum cocktail recipes from the 1930s, 40s and 50s? Now at the Loews Miami Beach you can, with the opening of a new bar inspired by the colourful history of rum in Florida and beyond.
Named in homage to Prohibition-era Florida rum runners, The Rum Line celebrates the time after Prohibition had been lifted and delicious rum cocktails were the tipple of choice for sophisticated Florida socialites. Award winning bar director Rob Ferrara has created a decadent cocktail menu that is rich in the history of this Golden Age, a menu that rum lover Ernest Hemingway would have enjoyed while he partied in the Sunshine State.
Open Thursday to Sunday, 6pm until 2am, The Rum Line showcases Florida’s love of all things rum, re-creating delicious cocktail recipes that were lost after the 1960s. Lounge on a wicker seat and sip on the Hemingway Daiquiri, a bold mix of Barcardi Heritage, Luxardo Maraschino liquor, fresh grapefruit and lime, served in a skull shaped glass. Want something stronger? Try the Zombie No.305, a strong concoction of Olmeca Altos tequila, Barcardi 8 Year, Lemon Hart 151 and Kronan Swedish Punch served in an absinthe-rinsed glass. Served with a two-drink maximum warning, this cocktail is one for those who love a challenge!
Guests will be able to enjoy these rediscovered cocktails whilst snacking on delightful seafood delicacies such as salmon tacos and shrimp skewers, relaxing in wicker seats or getting cosy in a booth with friends. Located on the Loews Miami Beach’s terrace, close to the famous Ocean Drive, The Rum Line is set to be the new watering hole for those who love the easy, Miami Beach style of partying well into the night.
For private bookings or to reserve a table, guests need to call (305) 695-0110.
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