Myles Chefetz to finally open Prime Fish, the seafaring sibling of Prime 112 & Prime Italian
The Prime empire expands
100 Ocean Dr.
The long anticipated Prime Fish, the latest from Myles Chefetz, is finally slated to open in the space formerly known as Chefetz's Miami firstborn, Nemo, just one block away from what is affectionately known by its fans as Prime Corner. Under the direction of Corporate Chef Michael Sabin and Director of Operations John Hart, Prime Fish will feature 'an extensive variety of fresh seafood and fish served a la carte and combined with innovative sauces and sides," says a press release. Diners will be able to select fresh-caught fish and order it prepared to their specific liking. Expected on the menu: fish sticks, Nemo classics such as wok charred wild king slamon and the same slabs of meat served at Prime 112.
“Prime Fish is a fish shack meets fine dining experience, where you’ll see fried clam strips on one table and Dover sole on the next,” explains Chefetz. “I think there’s a strong demand for a concept like Prime Fish Miami Beach. It’s the way I eat, and I’m pleased to add this new component to the Prime dining experience, especially because it’s healthy.” The celeb contingency of the Prime empire will certainly appreciate it.
Expect doors to open sometime in the last week of January or beginning of February.
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