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Casadonna restaurant in Miami

If your travel plans include London, Paris, Florence, or Miami, prepare to indulge in some of the most sensational dining experiences these cities have to offer. We, the editors at Ocean Blue World, have curated a list of must-visit restaurants and bars that promise to delight your senses and create unforgettable memories. Start with a legendary martini at the Swans Bar at Maison Assouline in London, then dine at the exquisite two-star Michelin restaurant Le Clarence, nestled within a private mansion in Paris. In Florence, enjoy a magical meal at La Loggia, set atop a hillside with breathtaking views of the city lights. Finally, experience the ritzy, instant-icon jewel of a restaurant, Casadonna, in Miami. These four culinary gems are bound to elevate your gastronomic journey to new heights.

The Hotel Dillon 31, Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paris

Le Clarence 

Nestled within a superb 19th century private mansion, the restaurant features a unique blend of brilliantly executed modern cuisine, juxtaposed with the traditional charm of a French château. Awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide and recognised by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants List, the food is inspired and deliciously appealing. Chef Christophe Pelé’s brilliantly executed cuisine is further enhanced by the charm of service “à la française” and a cellar filled with highly-valued vintages.

The Hotel Dillon

The Hotel Dillon 31, Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paris

Swans Bar, 196A Piccadilly Street, London

Swans Bar

A top cocktail destination, London’s Swans Bar at Maison Assouline – the global flagship store of publisher Assouline – is the place to enjoy fabulous martinis, excellently crafted cocktails, fine wines and rare spirits. Inspired by the book Swans: Legends of the Jet Society – which featured Truman Capote’s famed entourage, there’s a chic library ambiance, filled with the publisher’s books – tempered by a romantic dose of vintage nostalgia, carefully-curated jazz music, a glimmering back bar and light bites.

196A Piccadilly Street, London

La Loggia, FIorence, Italy

La Loggia

At Villa San Michele’s restaurant, guests feast upon Executive Chef Alessandro Cozzolino’s refined dishes, which feature modern twists and locally-sourced ingredients. The result is a fine dining experience like no other, with one-of-a-kind flavor sensations.

Perched high in the hills, the magical setting is perfect for admiring the city lights by night. One of the most scenic restaurants in Florence, the former monastery overlooks the town’s most coveted view—the panoramic vista stretches as far as Brunelleschi’s Dome.

Via Doccia, 4, Fiesole FIorence, Italy

Collins Avenue, 1737 North Bayshore Drive, Miami


Ken Fulk designed the latest decadent eatery on Miami Beach’s ritzy Collins Avenue. Its jewel-like interior combines malachite ceiling beams, Murano sconces and custom wallpaper. The instant icon, daubed in pinks and greens serves Riviera-style Italian cooking. The menu emphasizes fresh seafood and seasonal ingredients showcasing traditional recipes favored in Italy’s Southern coastal towns. The crudo bar, Dolce vita–inspired cocktails, extensive wine list and curated artwork add to the magical atmosphere.

1737 North Bayshore Drive, Miami

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