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Restaurant info

Restaurant name: B.E.D.
Address: 929 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139 - USA
(305) 532-9070

Hours: 7pm - 5am
Cuisine: French with global influences
Price: Expensive

Online reservations are not accepted at this time. To reserve a table, call the restaurant directly. When calling, please mention that you found them in Miami Beach.

Club info
B.E.D. is open 7 days a week, 7pm to 5am. It is recommended to arrive early to avoid prolonged wait. Cover charges range from $20 to $30.

Restaurant menu


Helix Escargot
Sautéed shallots cherry tomatoes shitaki and basil in white wine garlic cream sauce over puff pastry palmeras

Roast Portabella Mushrooms
Duck leg confit stuffing with tomato concosè cream sauce

Zucchini Goat Cheese Croquette Salad
With sun-dried tomato cream sauce

Homemade Beef Carpaccio
With white truffle oil-assorted vegetables- parmesan or caper-arugula-parmesan

Lump Crab Meat and Poached Shrimp
Remoulade and guacamole with mango vinaigrette mesclun salad

Lobster Tail Napoleon

With mango, haricort vert, enoki mushroom salad with chimichurri sauce

Pan Seared Foie Gras

Caramelized mango and cranberry gastrique with french toast

Shrimp Tempura and Tropical Fruit

Pico de gallo with sweet chili sauce

Paprika Seared Sea Scallops and Nori Wrapped Egg Roll
With champagne caviar sauce

Bacon Barted Roasted Quail

Stuffed with macadamia nuts, black mission figs and pearl onions with currant port reduction


Saffron Orzo Paella
With an assorted mixed grille

Florida Red Snapper and Piped Garlic Mash
Matchstick asparagus with a choice of caper beurre noisette or vermouth cream sauce

Lobster Santos

Caribbean lobster, baked pineapple, celery and tomatoes with coconut cashew ginger sauce

Basil Infused Salmon Filet

With celeriac pureé in a cream cheese spinach sauce

Charred Ahi Tuna Steak
Seared plantains and hummus with honey mustard, diakon sprout salad

Filet Mignon with Roast Baby Red Bliss Potatoes
Sautéed shoestring zucchini with a choice of cabernet or gorgonzola sauce

Mascarpone and Pecan Crusted Veal Chop
Three cheese gratin and wilted spinach with a tarragon dijon sauce

Maple Leaf Duck Breast and Confit

Roast butternut squash, chestnuts, black mission figs glazed with peach grand manier sauce

Rack of Australian Lamb

Penta mushroom risotto and wilted arugula with cognac thyme sauce

Lemon Marinated Airline Chicken Breast

Basmati wild rice pilaf and snow peas with pineapple miso sauce


Ménage A Trois
A trio of sorbets including: champagne, sour cherry and mango

Fire and Ice
Molten chocolate cake with rum vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce

Blame It On Rio

Banana macadamia brittle bavarian over chocolate brownie base with cinnamon caramel sauce

Death By Chocolate

Three tier chocolate mousse with a fresh raspberry sauce and tuile cookie

Cloud Nine
“dulce de leche” soufflé

Our version of the classic tiramisu

User reviews

B.E.D. "Idiot Doorguys"
Date: August 17, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Minneapolis, MN
B.E.D is horrible. It's doorguy, Stephon, is an out of work, washed up model on a power trip. He tries to get girls by showing them tapes of his cameo in Die Hard 3. Nobody important goes here, just cult followers and drug addicts.

"It's not for the faint of heart"
Date: July 12, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Minneapolis, MN
B.E.D. is not for everyone, especially those with a 74 year old in tow, or those who do not like an eclectic atmosphere. B.E.D. stands for "beverages, entertainment and dining". You dine reclined on a giant futon, maybe measuring 15 feet square. The waitresses wear white, the waiters wear black. From what I recall, though, I have never had a male wait on me; they only bring food and bus. If you get there for the first seating (8 p.m.) there are all types dining together -- folks on business, gay couples, etc., with some funky music over the intercom. I ate at an 8 p.m. seating the first time I went two years ago. The food was excellent, which is rare at a "concept" restaurant. The next time I went, it was a 10:30 seating on a Friday . . . and here is where it gets REAL different. First, instead of having a B.E.D. to yourself, you have "communal" seating, i.e., another couple. Then the place turns into a nightclub around 11 p.m. They have the full menu, but, of course, the service declines slightly because the place gets crowded with dancers. We had intended to go dancing elsewhere after dinner, but never made it out until almost 2 a.m. Why? Because B.E.D. is a great club. Yes, the place could use better signage, as it is hard to spot if you drive by. . . look for velvet ropes. Yes, the area can look scary, so take a cab or limo instead of driving yourself or walking. My service has always been good, as is the food and the dance atmosphere. If you want a typical restaurant, go to Barton G. If you want cheap, Red Lobster is for you. But if you want good food in a funky atmosphere, look no further.

"yeah, but what about the food?"
Date: June 23, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Minneapolis, MN
OK, enough with the silly ranting and insulting of people who don't live in Miami, or want to spend large amounts of money on marginal food. I have seen numerous reviews on multiple sites that say the ambiancce is great,food is OK, but service, NO GOOD. So, can someone tell me if the food is good and service good, or rude? Money is not an issue, but I have high standards for service. If you want a 20% tip on a $500 tab, you had better earn it. I'll forgive marginal food before I'll forgive marginal service.

"Loved it"
Date: April 29, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, TX
To the person who insulted people from Texas...please slow down. I am a black woman from Texas so I speak from experience. Texas has flavor. It is saturated with diversity. Hip Hop is a culture and Miami sets itself apart from anywhere in the world. If someone doesn't like Hip Hop trends or they think paying $20 to park the car is not their scene... then let it be. No need to insult. As far as the sexy and fabulous club scene in Miami...the concept of B.E.D. is incredible and I hope it stays around. Can not wait to go again!

"Listen to Me, Don't Listen to Them..."
Date: April 6, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Washington, D.C.
Let me start off by explaining to everyone who is reading this (just to establish credibility) that I lived in Miami Beach for the entire summer (May - August) of 2004 and so I know what I'm talking about... On Friday Night, B.E.D. is the best place for the "Grown & Sexy" who like Hip-Hop Music and like a spot that is "Knucklehead Free"(i.e., if you accidently bump into somebody or step on their shoe you won't find yourself about to get into a potential fight) has a great ambience, energy & vibe... With that being said let me address some things that were said by some of the other reviewers who decided to post their views/opinions about this restaurant/nightclub... To the "Clown" who posted "Wierd Front - Did Not Enter - Scary", I know this person is a "Cornball" because he tried to take his "old a$$" 74 year old Mother in Law to a club... Look nobody wants to see Grandma shakin' her "old flabby a$$" in a nightclub... Oh man, I'm getting nausea just thinking about it... Next in response to the individual who posted "Over-Rated", whom I'll refer to as "Broke A$$ from Houston", from the things that you said it is quite clear and obvious that you have never partied in a major city or real/legitimate hot spot before... And so let me help you out with a little bit of advice... Since you are on a budget (nothings the matter with that, but) next time when you make a reservation and/or are talking to the person who recommends a place to go to please ask the following questions: (1)What kind of crowd does the place or venue have on the night that you are planning to go on, (2)What kind of music is played? (*at B.E.D. on Friday nights they play Soul, NeoSoul and R&B up until 11:30 and then the place turns into a club and they start playing Hip-Hop), and (3)Prices - How much do they charge for food and drinks. You might want to ask how much your favorite drink may cost so that you will have an idea... Ex. at B.E.D. a Rum & Coke is $10 and water is $7... that's not a typo, yes water is $7 if no!
t $8.
So just for your info Party People down in South Beach, Miami you'll be seeing people popping champagne bottles like they just won the championship (*and the prices of the champagne start at $200, that's not a typo either you were reading it right $200)- Hey, it's a Miami thing, especially since you'll be seeing celebrities (& wannabe celebrities), professional athletes and folks in the music & enterntainment industry all over the place...
*Oh yeah since this is supposed to be a restaurant review, let me be straight up and honest with you, the food is overpriced and not worth what you paid for it and the drinks they put too much damn ice in them... I don't like paying $10 for a little bit of drink and a lot of ice - But it's a "Good A$$" place to Party and listen to Hip-Hop Music on a Friday Night with the "Grown & Sexy", trust me :-) **Just have dinner at Prime 112 where you'll get your money's worth for the food, see a whole lot of celebrities and other rich folk and then go over and get in line at B.E.D. by 11:30 (at the latest) when the restaurant turns into a nightclub, that what you do...

"dont listen to 1st review"
Date: November 29, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Boston, MA
To the person who wrote the "Over-rated" review...u say the "hip hop community was well represented..if you know what i mean"...sorry if you dont like being around Black people you racist....i see your from TX where not only do most people like you not appreciate cultural diversity...but also dont appreciate quality food and atmosphere. By the way *newsflash for those of you living under a rock (or in your case a trailor) $20 for valet sounds just about right...

B.E.D. "Wierd Front - Did Not Enter - Scary"
Date: November 17, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, San Francisco Bay, CA
This rest was recommended by our hotel and by a local critic. We made reservations for 1030 pm and the rest was suppose to turn into a night club at 1130. When we arrived at the Washington Street location, we had to track down the street address and found a dark, unmarked entrance guarded by bouncer types. A small "unidentified" valet service was out front. There was no rest sign and the neighborhood looked very dark and questionable - drunks and drug addicts on the street - a homeless man right in front of the rest. Non-valet parking was across the street in a dark, undesireable area. This place looked more like an unadvertised underground club than a top star restaurant. Outside seemed very scary - had my 74 year old mother in law and wife with me.....Don't know what we were misisng inside but did not chance it......A reputable rest should look like one from the outside......No further comment.

Date: May 25, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Houston, TX
This place was recommended by someone we met who is from the Miami Beach area.
We arrived arrived about 10 minutes past our reservation time (10:30pm). Valet parking was $20, which was way too crazy. We noticed lots of 20-somethings driving Jags, Mercedes, and all other luxury cars. Even though we arrived a few minutes late, we still had to wait about 30 minutes to be seated (or laid down), or whatever. We were not that hungry and wanted to share an entre. We were informed that there was a one entre per customer minimum. No one had mentioned this to us when we made our reservation, or when we checked in, nor was this anywhere on the menu. The food was just low-average and way over-priced. Average entre was about $35. We paid $8 for water...what the...? The place became packed around 12am. Most clientel were 20-somethings wearing huge gold and diamond watches, diamond necklaces, and diamond stud earrings. The Hip-Hop community was well represented, if you know what I mean. Hip-Hop music pounded from the speakers like there was no tomorrow. We left around 1:15am (that's how long it took to get our order, eat, and pay the check). There was about 100 people outside waiting to get in. This must be a great place for some, but quite frankly, it wasn't our style. I wouldn't recommend it.

B.E.D. "Loved It"
Date: January 17, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, NY

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929 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 532-9070

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