In Wynwood, restaurants are a dime a dozen. You can’t walk a block without running into some sort of eatery or cafe. But among the many concepts in the neighborhood, there’s something that’s long been missing: a sports bar. And not just any sports bar — a damn good one.
Our love for No Name Chinese needs no introduction. We’ve sung its many praises for dinner service, and that high praise now extends to brunch. The South Miami eatery is giving diners many tasty reasons to visit on weekends, all thanks to Executive Chef Pablo Zitzmann and his talented team.
This isn’t your basic brunch. No Name Chinese’s brunch is a production — one that leaves you in awe from start to finish. It’s no wonder No Name Chinese is one of the best restaurants in South Miami.
Brunch is an experience that shouldn’t be limited just to Sundays. ROK:BRGR knows that you can never have too much of a good thing, so it is now offering brunch on Saturdays (in addition to Sundays). Here’s a closer look at what the restaurant is serving up on the weekends.
They say patience is a virtue. We’ve certainly had to show a lot of patience when waiting (and waiting) for Malibu Farm at Eden Roc to open. For years, we’ve been eagerly anticipating the day that this super-fresh farm-to-table restaurant would finally make its debut. It finally has — and it was worth the wait.
When Federal Donuts closed earlier this year, we were bummed. Not just because we lost some great donuts, but also because we lost some damn good fried chicken. Thankfully, Le Chick in Wynwood — just a stone’s throw away from FedNuts — is doing an exceptional job filling that void (and more).