We’re on the road again, touring the SE corner of the country. Our journey began in Miami Beach, where the warm sunshine was a welcoming sensation. But instead of sharing images of sandy beaches and umbrellas in the breeze, I want to invite you into Cecconi’s, a delightful little oasis in this part of town.
While “membership” is required to stay in the charming looking rooms of the Soho Beach Club, seat’s at the Venetian style restaurant, Cecconi’s are open to the public.
Once we experienced the comfortable ambiance of this charming patio, we couldn’t imagine going anywhere else. Our best mornings began on these thick tufted couches, beneath silvery leaved and lighted trees,
where we enjoyed multiple trips to the “breakfast table” for crunchy almond croissants, fruit, delicate slices of ham and nutty chunks of cheese.
Notice the line of the coffee cup above and drinking glass below, every single detail of the restaurant oozed with casual elegance.
One of the greatest morning delights was their creamy homemade yogurt, made in my favorite Weck brand canning jars. Have you ever made yogurt? I’m inspired. This was unlike any I’ve tried before and the presentation is so delightful, much better that a plastic tub.
In the evenings the white lights on the trees brightened as the sun went down. The music was fun and the atmosphere was festive. Well, time to hit the road again, I’ll be missing the patina of these soft striped tiled floors.