Brunch just got a whole lot better in North Bay Village. 222 Taco, the neighborhood’s lively Mexican eatery, has debuted a bevy of brunch selections for hungry diners. In addition to the restaurant’s regular menu, guests can enjoy more breakfast-y items and cocktails that are sure to please palates.
Every day, a new restaurant opens in Miami … or at least it seems like it. Given Miami’s fierce food scene, odds are they won’t last. It takes a lot for a restaurant to withstand the test of time and the city’s fickle food audience. Salumeria 104 has been a Midtown staple for years, and unlike other restaurants in the area, it’s succeeding — so much so that it’s expanded to the space next door (and to Coral Gables).
That growth says a lot. But despite it being open for a while now, we never actually visited Salumeria 104 until last month. We regret not visiting sooner.
Just giving everyone a heads up that we’re taking the rest of the week off. We’re heading up to New Orleans for the weekend, so don’t expect any new blog posts on the site. You can follow our Big Easy adventures on Instagram, though, as we’ll be posting throughout the trip.
We’ll be back to our regular programming on Monday. See ya then!
Brunch is an experience that shouldn’t be limited just to Sundays. ROK:BRGR knows that you can never have too much of a good thing, so it is now offering brunch on Saturdays (in addition to Sundays). Here’s a closer look at what the restaurant is serving up on the weekends.
Brickell is one of the those neighborhoods filled with restaurants. Every few steps, there’s an eatery right in front of you. So when a new restaurant opens up, it’s tough to get people’s attention — there’s just so much competition.
Obra is one of those restaurants that shouldn’t have any problems making its presence known. The food at this new Brickell hot spot from Venezuelan chef Carlos Garcia speaks volumes.