When you come for a visit, try some of these
new Miami restaurants and we promise you won't
De Rodriguez on Ocean / 101
in South Beach /The
Bentley Beach Hotel adds to it's already impressive
roster of temptations - smart rooms, ocean views,
awesome location - by including Top Chef Douglas
Rodriguez dazzling new seafood restaurant to the
pool deck. Stop in to sample ceviche crafted by the
master of Nuevo Latino cuisine tonight.
Ice Box Cafe / 1657 Michigan
Avenue / The weather outside is picture perfect so
grab a sidewalk table and a freshly baked biscuit
and crabby eggs to fortify yourself for the most
exciting weekend of the year.
Jimmy'Z Kitchen Wynwood / 2700 North Miami Avenue
/ Fans of the ever-popular Mofongo Fridays at
Jimmy'Z on the Beach will thrill to find their
favorite Puerto Rican Dish on the menu at the chef's
latest venture deep in the heart of the arts
district. Stop in and see the new digs tonight.
Brunch try, the Pelican Cafe / 826 Ocean Drive /
Start the morning in the heart of the Art Deco
district where this popular cafe is an ideal stop
before taking a walking tour of the architectural
splendors of the area. Owned and operated by the
Diesel brand, the all-day diner serves wholesome
breakfast fare at affordable prices.
Sustain Restaurant / 3252 NE First Avenue / Be
among the first to sample the farm-to-table seasonal
menu at Miami's newest taste sensation. From
house-made soft pretzels and charcuterie plates to
grilled Florida lobster tail, Chef Alex Pinero and
Beverage Director Daniel Toral will wine you and
dine you in their buzzing MidTown bistro where
everyone feels like family.
Sakaya Kitchen / 3401 North Miami Avenue / Check
out MidTown's favorite Asian fusion eatery where
Chef Richard Hales crafts mini bites of
mouth-watering goodness for folks to cobble together
a spicy brunch including chicken and waffles,
house-made kimchi egg rolls, honey orange ribs and
tender pork-filled buns.
Posted - October 11, 2013