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The French word for "gardener," Le Jardinier's cuisine and setting evoke a modern greenhouse in the heart of the Miami Design District. Michelin-starred Chef Alain Verzeroli's menu is focused on utilizing the highest quality vegetables, seasonal ingredients, and fresh herbs, fitting seamlessly into the modern, light-filled interiors designed by award-winning Architect Pierre-Yves Rochon. The refined yet approachable cuisine, atmosphere, and service create a holistic hospitality experience for our guests.

Le Jardinier's cocktail program was designed to complement Chef Verzeroli’s modern, vegetable-driven menu.  Drinks utilize high quality craft spirits and fortified wines, with an emphasis on stunning presentations and specialized glassware. There is also a selection of innovative non-alcoholic cocktails made with teas, fresh fruit and vegetable juices, fresh herbs, and house made bitter tinctures.

Designed by Architect Pierre-Yves Rochon, Le Jardinier's light-filled interiors combine retro-glam with a modern aesthetic indicative of The Miami Design District. The contemporary space features one-of-a-kind, custom-made black and white marble walls and floors, marble tables, metal chairs, and eye-catching light fixtures. Accents of greenery are present throughout the restaurant to match the vegetable-driven menu, including a vertical garden as a focal point on the back wall. A 17 seat black marble sits off to the side, with circular accent lights behind the glass shelving.