Breakfast is often considered the most important meal of the day. For us, it’s also our favorite meal of the day — so much so that we’re totally up for eating it at all times of day. Unfortunately, around-the-clock breakfast is a rare sight in Miami outside of Denny’s, IHOP and other choice spots; these places aren’t exactly high quality, though. You know what is? Laid Fresh.
We’re no strangers to The Dutch, the cool American restaurant inside W South Beach. Over the years, we’ve popped in for Miami Spice, summer barbecues and a bevy of other special events. It’s been a while since our last visit, though, and things have changed for the better since Chef Josh Gripper took over as Executive Chef late last year.
His name should be familiar to anyone who knows anything about the local food scene. He oversaw the pastry program at The Dutch and is now trying his hand at savory fare — with fantastic results.
When we first heard that Root & Bone was opening in South Miami, we were a little skeptical. Why would a celebrity chef duo open a restaurant in this neighborhood? To be frank, it’s where a lot of restaurants go to die; we’ve seen our fair share of closures around these parts.
Well, our skepticism was for naught. We’ve visited a few times already, and the place is SLAMMED. And after eating here, you’ll know why.
$55 for a 3-course bottomless brunch? Sign us up. That’s the kind of deal you’ll find at Boulud Sud, the beloved Downtown Miami Mediterranean restaurant. Every Sunday, you can indulge in an array of delicious bites and drinks for two solid hours. It’s a lot of time to get your Sunday Funday off to the right start.
There’s no shortage of Italian restaurants in Miami. You can find a bunch in just about every neighborhood. But here’s the thing: They’re not all good. Sette Osteria is good — heck, it’s great. At first glance, the menu might seem like the usual stuff you can find anywhere else, but Sette Osteria does them all so well. By the end of our meal, we were beyond satisfied. And you will be, too.