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Quiet before the Storm
Enjoy one of our Specialty Cocktails or Glass of Wine with your 3-course dinner.
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: 1 February 2019
Ends: 2 February 2118
Availability: Tue-Fri 17:30-18:30
See availability for 1,000 point tables
Daily 5:30PM - 6:45PM
very tasteful and creative cuisine ; very attentive and friendly service; very cool design - like Three a lot!
All around a gem in the Wynwood area. Good service, food and management make for a successful restaurant
We loved the Brunch Punch and the everyone’s dish was amazing. We’ll be back for sure
Ari Taymor’s new menu is fabulous. A must try in Miami.
Portions are ridiculously small
Beautiful restaurant in the heart of Wynwood's art district. Food and service very good. Rooftop bar for an after dinner drink a bonus.
Coffee cup was dirty and coffee was not hot. Service was excellent. Disappointed with the Maduro pancakes, a bit dry and did not taste much of the Maduro or sauce.
This restaurant did not meet my expectations at all. The fish that we ordered was completely dry, the portions are extremely small considering they are supposed to be entrées, and the meal took a long time to arrive even when the restaurant was empty. I will not go there again.r
Our waitress was amazing! She made great recommendations and took the time to get to know us.
Most beautiful restaurant in wynwood! Great food and service. Cool chefs counter, great for sharing. Nice rooftop bar above.
Pretty poor experience - food average to below average, no sparkling water available - tip - there’s plenty of shops around where you can buy a few bottles of sparkling water to get you by for the lunch service, items sold out on an already limited brunch menu. They automatically add the 18% service charge - don’t have the nerve to do this if you don’t offer quality food and service! We were a couple with a toddler. Why automatically add the service? You don’t deserve it. There are plenty of better places to go in both Wynwood and Miami - if you want to spend over $200 on a meal go to Kyu, Palmar, Silverlake Bistro, anywhere really has better food and service than this place.Not sure how Three gets into any article referencing ‘the best of Miami restaurants’. It’s not.
The ambiance, the service and the food were amazing. A great overall experience.
The food at Three was innovative and outstanding. From fresh oysters to lamb, to fish to dessert, everything was divine.
The only issue we had was with our drinks which continuously took about 20 minutes to arrive. We are not sure if it had to do with our server or the bartender.
We will definitely go back and hope to have better luck with service.
The food was delicious and tasty, the sizes of some dishes were small. The appetizers where incredible but again small
A good place to go many times. Professionally run with good food and ambiance.
Been here several times. Phenomenal food. Great service. And the sommelier is excellent not only carrying a lot of great wines but also carrying many interesting and unique wines. Without question we will be back.
It’s an incredibly stylish and beautiful restaurant. It was Sunday night so it was relatively empty. The food had lots of variety and our meal was excellent. There were a few items on the menu that weren’t available and apparently hadn’t been available for sometime. So it’s probably time that they update their menu. Our waiter Manwell was delightful and pleasant took good care of us while giving us the space that we needed. Overall it was an excellent experience.
Post theater dinner on a Sunday afternoon. Only one other couple was in the restaurant. Food was excellent.
The staff were engaging, friendly, and on top of their game. We sat at the counter and the chef answered all our questions and actively sought our opinions about the food and what we thought about the experience. Five stars!
Went for brunch there with son and husband. We loved it so much we decided we should invited a couple with us for dinner on our date night. The restaurant has a beautiful Art Deco feel and the good is fantastic. The drinks are also very good. However the service is lacking. They just come off inexperienced and for the price point we just expected more out of the service.
Great food though. I’d go back for brunch but not spend the money on dinner
The food is exquisite. Wine list, excellent. The space is very nice but was a bit quiet so not right for nights where you want typical Miami energy. I wish they had an outdoor seating option. That’s the only thing that would keep me from going more often. The outdoor cocktail bar upstairs is awesome. Really good spot. A little expensive for everyday dining. But worth it.
Overpriced and just okay. I wouldn’t go there again
Went for brunch on Sunday.. wasn't a big variety of food.. selection wasn't all that great..food wasn't all that great .
Chef’s were amazing
Great food and service. Definitely will be back! Manuel was an excellent server..
The place was not that crowded for Sunday brunch, but service was sketchy, to say the least. In fairness to the restaurant my brunch was comped because the eggs we're not prepared properly.
Only critic would be the service. Very disorganized.
Food was very nice. Mimosas had too much orange juice.
The experience was wonderful! That was the first time I’ve ate at Three for brunch! And, it was excellent. From the service, to the decor, and the food was phenomenal! I would recommend it to anyone!
Food was great but there wasn’t enough of it. Portions were too small given the price.
Pros: excellent food, conscientious server
Cons: noise from adjacent screaming child, long wait for napkins and cutlery and long wait for drinks from the bar
food was good but overpriced, service was friendly but slow. Noise level made it impossible to have a conversation> would not go back.
Just experienced a wonderful and flavorful brunch for 4 at Three. We each enjoyed the Late Bloomer cocktail, a fresh alternative to the usual bloody mary or mimosa (both of which are available), one each of the snack offerings from this week's menu and an array of mains, including the Huevos Rancheros and the Chicken and Waffles. The accompanying live music provided a pleasing and energetic backdrop to our dining. Today's experience, together with a glance at the dinner menu, is an incentive to return some Saturday night soon.
This review is actually an update to my prior review that described an "unfortunate experience for a Mother’s Day brunch, " when the kitchen fell way behind, and - in my opinion - the front of the house failed to competently address the situation. The GM invited us to return on this less hectic weekend and I am glad we did. This week's experience was first rate. I still don't know why the kitchen failed so miserably on Mother's Day or why the service was so weak, but I do know that the food itself is great, and that - when the staff is working at its proper pace - Three is a great alternative to your usual brunch selection. Try it!
The service today at Three reminded me of why I should stay home for Mother’s Day or any holiday really. The appetizers came to the table after we ate our meal, and not to mention my husbands burger came to the table after we finished eating. I called upon the older lady that is at the hostess stand and she rudely responded (after ignoring me) “I’ll be right there” and never came by. I was here two weeks ago and thought it would be great to bring my mom and aunt here today for mother’s day and boy was I wrong. Last time I step foot in here, and I will NEVER recommend. You’re better off taking your mom to the salty donut next door for mother’s day.
Our drinks took quite a while to get to table (wines) and waiter came back to order our food without our wine served. Food was very expensive for less than a full serving of anything. Served us someone else’s order and generally mixed up. Their phone was down so I couldn’t call and say I was late, but there were plenty of empty tables. It’s a shame.
Great food and service. The ambiance and decor are also on point.
We enjoyed our meal, but the courses were much too far apart and dinner ran almost 3 hours, longer than it should have. Unfortunately we missed our Brightline train back to Fort Lauderdale.
Restaurant was empty so no atmosphere but food and service was very good. In fact food and service was excellent.
The food was good but they messed up a few orders with our group between appetizers and main courses. It was tough to get the waiters' attention, but it was Easter so they were very busy.
Fantastic food and service. All of us, from baby to grandma had a wonderful time with yummy food and drinks.