The Rum Diary Share
The Rum Diary
Dining Options for the Miami Beach Hispanic Film Festival

For you Rum Diary fans coming to the Miami Beach Hispanic Film Festival, be sure and check out this handy guide to fine dining in and around the Festival, plus this full list of top Miami restaurants here. Below are some of the recommended eateries...

BLT Steak / 1440 Ocean Drive / Ready for a perfect date night? Slip into one of South Beach's best steakhouses where the meal begins with gratis house made pate and crostini and steaming popovers and ends with a live performance by Big Brooklyn Red in the B Bar downstairs. Enjoy sizzling steaks, soulful singing and absolutely no cover charge in the lounge.

Prime 112 / 112 Ocean Drive / The downstairs dining room at this red hot SoFi steak house attracts a who's-who of international celebrities, Miami HEAT players and gorgeous women. If you're interested in a whole lot of sizzle served up with your steak, make a reservation, dress to impress and try not to stare at the Super Models!

Bianca / 1685 Collins Avenue / If your Saturday night is all about dressing up and finding a romantic spot to dine with someone special, consider a quiet patio table at the iconic Delano Hotel where the chef crafts a fusion of Brazilian and Mediterranean flavors including a roast lobster with plantains, brown butter and lime sauce or a perfectly seared Florida grouper with preserved lemon and red peppers. The best way to end a meal at Blue Door Fish is to share a Key Lime tart for dessert and a kiss in the South Beach moonlight.

1500 Degrees / 4525 Collins Avenue / From Gordon Ramsey's "Hell's Kitchen" to the cool recesses of the Eden Roc Renaissance Hotel, Chef Paula DaSilva proves she has what it takes to handle running a successful restaurant. Stoking the fires to 1500 degrees, DaSilva hosts a 4 course wine dinner at 6:30pm on Miami Beach tonight including duck confit, roast monkfish and five paired wines from Napa Valley's Mi Sueno Winery.

Truluck's / 777 Brickell Avenue / Eager to please budget-conscious diners, this Downtown eatery offers a unique "Date Night Menu" with a choice of soup, salad, entrees of cioppino seafood stew, sesame tuna, sea scallops or filet mignon au poivre and a choice of a shared dessert.

Michael's Genuine Food & Drink / 130 NE 40 Street / In honor of the launch of his hot new cookbook, Miami's favorite chef invites guests to a prix fixe dinner party in the Design District where the menu includes some of his greatest hits like veggie kimchi quesadillas, polenta fries, pan-roasted local fish and fried "buffalo style" rabbit. Chef Michael Schwartz will visit with guests and sign copies of "Michael's Genuine Food: Down-to-Earth Cooking for People Who Love to Eat."

Johnny Depp The Rum Diary
Directors: Bruce Robinson
Producers: Johnny Depp
Graham King
Christi Dembrowski
Anthony Rhulen
Robert Kravis
Screenplay: Bruce Robinson
Starring Johnny Depp
Aaron Eckhart
Michael Rispoli
Amber Heard
Richard Jenkins
Giovanni Ribisi
Music: Christopher Young
Cinematography: Dariusz Wolski
Editing: Carol Littleton
Studio: GK Films
Infinitum Nihil
Film Engine
Distributor: FilmDistrict
Release date:
October 28, 2011
Running time: 120 minutes
Johnny Depp Amber Heard The Rum Diary