Imagine this. It's Miami Beach circa the late 1940s. You're sitting at a rustic, yet elegant beach bar, enjoying one of those daiquiris you've heard are all the rage with a writer named Hemingway in a little island town called Havana. A warm breeze softly shakes the lights strung up between the palm trees as you sip this glorious, exotic mix of rum, lime, and sugar.
Courtesy of the Rum Line Hand-shaken pina colada. Hemingway approved.
That's the inspiration behind the Rum Line, a new bar set to open adjacent to Lure Fishbar at the Loews Hotel Miami Beach sometime this fall. The outdoor bar, decorated in teak furnishings and strung lights is designed to invoke visions of Ernest Hemingway in Cuba or Bogie and Bacall having a drink and witty banter in Key Largo.More »