Miami is no stranger to plant-based cuisine. Casual eateries that cater to vegetarians and vegans are a dime a dozen, especially here in South Florida where everyone’s busy working on their beach body. What’s rare, though, is a plant-based place that’s not just grab-and-go or counter service. Enter Plant Miami, a refined operation that successfully fills this particular niche.
Before eating at Jack’s Home Cooking, there’s one rule you need to follow: Leave your diet at the door. This red-sauce Italian joint’s goal is to fill you up with delicious comfort food, and they succeed in spades. Put on some stretchy sweat pants, grab a seat and get ready to eat.
British food in Miami is a foreign concept. Aside from The Seven Dials in Coral Gables, there really isn’t much out there in terms of quality — your local neighborhood joint serving up a bastardization of fish and chips doesn’t count. That will all change later this year when The Avenue Food & Brew opens its doors at the Filling Station Lofts. Read more
Over the past year, we’ve interviewed many members of the hospitality industry, and one constant among the interviewees has been a profound love for their pets. We thought it would be great to share this love with our readers. Today, we’re launching a new series for the next few weeks called “Wag Wednesday” to showcase industry peeps and their pets.
It’s only appropriate that we start with one of our favorite chefs who happens to own a pug named Bacon: Danny Serfer of Mignonette and Blue Collar. You may remember Bacon from a few Mignonette pictures we’ve posted in the past.