Located in Miami Beach, this trendy bar and restaurant is owned and conceptualized by the late, great, award-winning bartender John Lermayer along with restauranteur David Martinez and local bar veteran Dan Binkiewicz. Naren Young’s beverage program is complemented by Michelle Bernstein, a James Beard Award-winning chef, who has carefully curated their food menu.
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What kind of experience can guests expect when they visit?
Sweet Liberty features an extensive and intelligent collection of spirits, including rare and extinct selections with an elevated cocktail and food menu. Guests can expect a casual vibe; even though the cocktails might be dressed up, you don’t have to be!
Tell us about the cocktail program.
A vast menu that is fun, dynamic, cheeky, familiar, and delicious.
What inspires the drinks on the menu?
Many of the drinks are inspired by the classics but presented in new and thoughtful ways that represent what people in Miami are drinking in 2023.
What are some of the ingredients that are go-to or typical for the menu?
Nothing specific but anything fresh, sometimes exotic, often tropical. Things that make sense for the warm Miami weather.
What about some of the popular dishes?
Some of the more popular dishes include, Sweet Liberty’s Buns of Liberty Burger, made with two ground brisket & sirloin patties, American cheese, house pickles, LTO, SL’s special sauce, and fries and Cauliflower Nachos made with sauteed cauliflower, pomegranate seeds, radishes, jalapeno, and avocado, plus a cheese blend, makes for the most mouthwatering appetizer.
Talk to us about the area, the motif, the style, ambiance, the flavor of Sweet Liberty.
Sweet Liberty’s motto is to ‘Pursue Happiness’. And everything in the venue from the live music to the Southern hospitality and cuisine is geared to do just that.