A few weeks back, our buddies at Borrowed & Blue reached out to learn more about our blog. It’s probably the most in-depth interview we’ve ever done, so if you want to find out more about our ideal day in Miami, some of our fave restaurants, or just a little bit about us personally, you’re in for a treat.
Miami’s culinary scene has come a long way in recent years. There’s an abundance of restaurants cooking up practically every cuisine. Cuban … Italian … Spanish … Mexican … the list is long. But for local foodies Sara Liss and Maude Eaton, there was one cuisine that was noticeably missing: Persian food.
A few months back, we sat down with Tamarina Head Bartender Nathan Rogers to discuss the restaurant, an Italian/Mediterranean concept that had just opened on 600 Brickell Avenue. After our brief talk, there was no doubt in our minds that we would become happy hour regulars. The second you sit at the bar and are greeted by Nathan, you feel right at home.
We met up with Nathan again to find out more about him: what led him to bartending, how he stays at the top of his game and what his future plans are. You’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who’s as passionate about his craft as he is. That’s why we had to interview him.