This month Rosewood Miramar Beach, will introduce The Revere Room, a new all-day eatery helmed by the resort’s Executive Chef Massimo Falsini. The restaurant will celebrate the best of the American Riviera with a heavy emphasis on locality, sourcing primarily from nearby farms and purveyors and bringing to life a sustainable concept set against the backdrop of Miramar Beach.
Named in a subtle nod to one of Los Angeles’ most prolific architects Paul Revere Williams, whose work influenced several of the resort’s most design details, The Revere Room will bring to Montecito an elegant dining experience, ideal for all occasions. The seasonally-driven menu incorporates the ingredients from local farmers, fisherman and ranchers, as well as the resort’s own garden, to offer an array of health-conscious cuisine. Highlights range from plant-based bowls to regenerative elixirs.
Classical design meets transitional elements in the restaurant’s dining room. Wrapped in hand-painted Gracie wallpaper, the space invites the outside in, with scenic chinoiserie depicting a garden setting on an antiqued blue background. Dark-stained chevron wood floors contrast tones of ivory and cream throughout, and French wood divided light doors open up onto an patio, creating a unique indoor-outdoor setting with views of California’s coastline.