Boulud Sud: A Consistent Miami Spice Winner

If there’s one word to describe Boulud Sud, it’s consistent. We’ve been to the Mediterranean-inspired restaurant several times since its opening, and it’s consistently delicious. This year’s Miami Spice lunch menu maintains that trend: Diverse, tasty creations are in store for anyone who comes in to try the special two-month menu by Chef Clark Bowen.

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Boulud Sud Brunch Debuts Bottomless Brunch

$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.

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MFP’s Picks of the Month – March 2018

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If you haven’t noticed, we go out to eat a lot. It’s sometimes hard to keep track of the best spots we’ve visited each month (and week and day). That’s why we’ve decided to put together a monthly list of our top picks. You can expect restaurants both young and old on this list — we’re always discovering new spots on our foodie adventures.

Here are our top picks for March 2018.
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Boulud Sud: A Celebration of Mediterranean Flavors

Late last year, db Bistro Moderne called it quits. The French restaurant from Chef Daniel Boulud was a staple of the Downtown Miami food scene for years, and its loss saddened regulars who loved the upscale cuisine and generous happy hour.

Instead of saying bye to Miami after the closure, Chef Boulud brought his beloved Mediterranean concept to the former db space. It’s a decision that has made Miami’s culinary lineup all the better.

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Nom News: September 22, 2017

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September 22, 2017

Editor’s Note: After two long weeks of no internet at home, we finally have service again. We’ll be back to our regular posting schedule next week. Until then, enjoy this extra-lengthy edition of Nom News.

Each Friday, we compile South Florida food-related news and events that we couldn’t fit on the site earlier in the week, as well as other local news that piques our interest. Want to be included in next week’s roundup? Shoot us an email at bark@miamifoodpug.com.

Here’s your weekly dose of nom.

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