"Everything works at this one-month old
restaurant," writes Mark Goldberg (Sun
Post). The food, prepared by Cory "Big
Tex" Smith (formerly of Pacific Time),
is exceptional. But it is the coming together
of the food, service, setting, and music that
makes 510 Ocean unlike any place on Ocean Drive.
Guests can enjoy "Seamless Service"
while dining in the cozy marble, wood, and onyx
dining room or outdoors in the private garden.
The music, like the menu, is a coming together
of different styles to create a cohesive whole.
Where else can someone have "Filet Mignon
au Poivre" or "Blackened Mahi Mahi"
while listening to Nina Simone, Isaac Hayes,
The White Stripes, Tupac, and Dave Matthews?
Heralded by many as the best new restaurant
in South Beach, 510 Ocean feels like a local's
spot landed in an unlikely location. Suzy Buckley
(Ocean Drive Magazine) writes,"510 Ocean
feels like Miami in the early 90's"-and
that is a good thing.