Bentley Residences in Miami Forms Exclusive Partnership With Celebrity Chef Todd English

Bentley Residences in Sunny Isles Beach partnered with four-time James Beard award-winning celebrity chef Todd English to curate the menu and experience for the project’s private restaurant. Along with numerous television appearances, English is best known for his current restaurants, Olives, Figs and Pappas Taverna, his newest New York City outpost. The private restaurant in Bentley Residences, the first-ever Bentley-branded residential tower in the world, will be the English’s first private condominium concept, set to feature fresh cuisine and offer residents a casual yet sophisticated environment.

“Bringing in the culinary expertise of a world-renowned chef such as Todd English further elevates the sense of living we are creating for our residents,” Gil Dezer says, president of Dezer Development, the project developer. “Bentley Residences will deliver a coveted level of exclusivity and privacy while incorporating luxuries ordinarily found in a five-star resort, like this above-and-beyond culinary concept.”

The private restaurant will be located on the lobby level with views of the resort-style pool and exposure to the ocean. It will be open to residents for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and available for private catering and poolside dining. Chef English will personally appear at the intimate restaurant for select resident-only events, such as food and wine pairings and demonstrations. The menus will rotate seasonally, and a curated menu will also be available for in-residence dining. 

“Every aspect of Bentley Residences has been so thoughtfully designed to perfection and I’m incredibly honored for this opportunity to partner with Gil Dezer and further elevate the luxurious lifestyle through

unique culinary creations for residents,” English says. “We’re excited to provide a curated experience with rotating seasonal menus that will make dining at Bentley Residences a joy for residents and their guests.”

Along with the resident-only restaurant, Bentley Residences will also feature 20,000 square feet of exclusive amenities across three levels. These amenities include a whiskey and cigar lounge, wellness and revitalization spa, cinema, cabanas and oceanfront beauty salon.

Situated at 18401 Collins Ave, the 62-story building in Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach neighborhood features 216 luxury condominiums priced from $5.25 million. The tower is expected to complete in 2026, and construction will begin later this year.

(Photo Credit: Ryan Troy)

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