On a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Miró is named for the Spanish abstract impressionist, Joan Miró (1893-1983). In this four-star restaurant, the interior reflects the vibrant colors and imagination of this acclaimed artist.
Adjoining is a spacious terrace with panoramic Pacific views. Miró offers innovative New American Cuisine, with an evolving style of cooking built on classical techniques with a focus on regional ingredients. New American cuisine puts an ethnic twist on old world dishes by utilizing the finest ingredients and incorporating influences from Asia, Latin America, the Mediterranean, molecular gastronomy and fusion cuisine. The restaurant also features an artful bar and lounge area offering specialty drinks and small plates.
To further enhance the dining experience, Miró Wine Cellar houses an extensive collection of wines, upwards of 12,000 bottles featuring 1,200 labels spanning 13 countries and 75 international appellations. The wine list has expanded over the years and now proudly represents the greatest wines produced in the world, as well as local California wineries.
Miró serves up sophisticated offerings, including Burgundy snails, chilled Pacific oysters, Chateaubriand of venison, Jidori chicken breast, Chatham Bay cod, along with extras such as tagliatelle with parsley, and wild mushroom fricassee. For dessert, there are orange blossom beignets and wild berry and candied fennel “salad.”
Guests may also choose from a four-course Prix Fixe menu.