Clear your schedules for Sunday, November 5th: We’re going to be hosting a Bottomless Bubbles Brunch with Pinch Kitchen. Sponsored by Zonin USA, the Bottomless Bubbles Brunch will be raising money to benefit Born Free Pet Shelter, a no-kill dog rescue and shelter located here in South Florida.
Last month, we partnered with the team behind Pinch Kitchen to create a Kansas City-style dish for National Grilling Month. The result: spatchcock chicken, mac and cheese, and coleslaw. Our friends — Nick Pena of Y100, Kelly Blanco of NBC 6, and Mitch and Mel of Mitch and Mel Take Miami — joined in on the fun with their own BBQ dishes, each of which was available for one week.
To end National Grilling Month with a bang, Pinch hosted a 4-course American BBQ and beer pairing dinner. It was epic.
Since starting the blog, 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.
That’s why we launched an ongoing feature called “Wag Wednesday” to showcase industry peeps and their pets. Know someone who wants to be featured? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week, we’re featuring Jourdan Binder, Creative Director of The Anderson, and his dogs, Ryder and Kahlua.
Every few months, the Pinch Kitchen team hosts a collaboration dinner with some of South Florida’s culinary giants. On January 30, the fifth installment of the Craft Collab series featured Chef Niven Patel of Ghee Indian Kitchen, which is set to open in Downtown Dadeland later this year.
The family-style affair served as a sneak peek of Chef Patel’s new eatery and put three of Miami’s top chefs under one roof. Together with Chef Patel, Pinch’s John Gallo and Rene Reyes cooked up a multi-course masterpiece of a menu that left us even more excited for Ghee Indian Kitchen and the future of this dinner series.
Step inside Cream Parlor and try not to smile — it’s impossible. The MiMo/Upper East Side eatery will take you back to a time when grownup responsibilities were nonexistent.
“Everything here is a memory or a moment in time for us,” says Co-Owner Johnny Tsokos. “When my wife Ainsley and I designed the place, we wanted to make sure everyone felt comfortable. We wanted to create those moments for others.”
They’ve succeeded with one of the most charming cafes in town.