It’s rare that we head down south from our Flagami abode. Going to places like Dadeland is a trek, and it really has to be worth our while for us to make the trip. However, all you have to say is “Barley” and we’re there. The American brasserie recently debuted several new menu items, and we had a chance to try quite a few. If you need a compelling reason to visit Dadeland, Chef Jorgie Ramos is giving you plenty.
It’s finally here to stay: Downtown Dadeland’s Barley has a new permanent home, and it’s just a few blocks east of its original location. Despite landlord issues, construction setbacks and just about every other problem imaginable afflicting the American brasserie, Chef/Owner Jorgie Ramos and his team haven’t missed a beat and are back to cranking out the quality food that diners have come to expect.
Here are six reasons we’ve loving the new spot.
September 23, 2016
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The Burger Beast Burger Brawl is returning to Magic City Casino on May 15, and you better come hungry: Over 20 restaurants will be serving tasty burgers in hopes of winning over attendees’ stomachs for the evening’s trophy.
Fried Cauliflower from Barley: An American Brasserie in South Miami.
Chef Jorgie Ramos has a knack for turning anything into a delicious dish. This fried cauliflower is no exception. The Alabama White BBQ Sauce and dried cranberries are the icing on the cake…err, cauliflower. If only all vegetables were this tasty.