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Hakkasan Miami is located inside the oceanfront Fontainebleau Miami Beach on the world-famous Collins Avenue. You can stop into the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant for dinner or a dim sum lunch (weekends only), and soak in the moody atmosphere — this spot is known for its chic Chinois design, dim lighting, carved teak walls and blue leather accents. While you’re there, take time to explore the historically and architecturally significant building. The hotel opened in 1954 and was thought to be architect Morris Lapidus’ most significant piece of work. It underwent a $1 billion renovation in 2008, and today it still stands as one of the top places to see and be seen in Miami Beach. An after-dinner stroll could lead you to one of the hotel’s two nightclubs or to the beach that’s just outside its doors.