Fontainebleau Miami Beach is celebrating the legacy of Frank Sinatra and his upcoming centennial birthday on December 12th with 100 days of unique programming. The 100 day countdown to Sinatra’s 100th birthday has officially kicked off September 2, 2015, with Fontainebleau paying tribute to an American treasure throughout the iconic hotel. Activations include a never-before-seen photo exhibit curated by 1966 Americas featuring personal and historic images of Frank, VIP events and special experiences.
The signature restaurants of the hotel pay homage to Sinatra’s favorite meals at Fontainebleau including reviving “Brunch with Frankie” at StripSteak by Michael Mina. Every Sunday the classic American steakhouse will serve throwback dishes that are modern interpretations of Sinatra’s favorite brunch items. Highlights to be served at StripSteak include wood roasted prime rib with fresh horseradish, butter poached lobster with hollandaise and asparagus, and a savory Monte Cristo with speck, morbier and blackberry jam.
Craft cocktails such as Sinatra’s preferred morning-after reviver, the Ramos Gin Fizz, will also be available. These items were inspired by a vintage menu found in the hotel archives; in the 1950’s, Fontainebleau offered this special Brunch with Frankie event on occasions when the crooner was in Miami, and guests ate it up.Fontainebleau is paying tribute to Sinatra as his storied history with the property runs deep. The legendary singer often performed to packed houses at Fontainebleau’s La Ronde nightclub, vacationed at the hotel and even filmed the movies A Hole in the Head, Tony Rome, and Lady in Cement on-property. Additionally, Sinatra broadcasted The Frank Sinatra Timex Show, ‘Welcome Home Elvis’, at the landmark hotel. Guests and visitors alike will have the opportunity to embrace a piece of Golden Era glamour with the authentic collection of offerings and events.