3030 Ocean Has Wrapped Its 3-Month Renovation, And It's Celebrating With A Grand Reopening Party Nov. 19
Seaside seafood restaurant 3030 Ocean is now back in action after its three-month renovation.
With executive chef Adrienne Grenier (who worked under Paula Da Silva before she left 3030 Ocean) at the helm, the eatery's new menu highlights seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, with a focus on Florida seafood.
Raw bar options, such as east and west coast oysters and gulf shrimp; Florida clams with bacon, potato and créme fraiche; and sautéed Florida flounder served with cauliflower purée are only a few of the fresh seafood items on the menu.
The 216-seat restaurant at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa now features an expanded bar and lounge area, a main dining room with an intimate feel, a communal table, and more. To complete the modern, maritime look, ocean-inspired textures and colors as well as contemporary artwork bring the trendy yet sophisticated space to life.
To celebrate, 3030 Ocean is hosting a grand reopening on Thursday, Nov. 19, where guests can enjoy live music, complimentary appetizers and drinks, and a raffle for a future dinner at the restaurant.
The event will take place at the 3030 Sea Bar from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., with a ribbon cutting at 7 p.m. Guests are encouraged to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special for fall, 3030 Ocean's craft cocktail menu features holiday favorites, including the Peter Pumpkin Eater Martini with American honey bourbon, pumpkin purée and cream; the Gingerbread Man Martini with Stoli vanilla vodka, Kahlua, cream and gingerbread syrup; and Cinnamon Apple With A Punch, featuring cinnamon-infused syrup, apple juice, Mount Gay black barrel rum, and sweet and sour mix.
Here are a few photos of the redesigned restaurant, courtesy of 3030 Ocean:
3030 Ocean; 3030 Holiday Drive, Fort Lauderdale