When one door closes, another one opens. Although diners bid farewell to Shelborne South Beach’s Sarsaparilla Club last year, Top Chef stars Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth — the couple behind the American dim sum restaurant — aren’t done saying goodbye to the hotel property: They’ve now opened a popup of their beloved New York eatery Root & Bone, giving guests plenty of reasons to salivate.
British food in Miami is a foreign concept. Aside from The Seven Dials in Coral Gables, there really isn’t much out there in terms of quality — your local neighborhood joint serving up a bastardization of fish and chips doesn’t count. That will all change later this year when The Avenue Food & Brew opens its doors at the Filling Station Lofts. Read more
If you’ve been in Downtown Miami recently, you’ve probably seen the giant tent parked in front of Bayside Marketplace. Until January 31, La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel will be enticing guests with plenty of wines, paellas and other Spanish staples.
The concept is based on El Mercado de San Miguel, the renowned market in Madrid. Inspired by European traveling markets and street fairs, the pop-up version is slated to make its way around the world — and lucky for our stomachs, Miami was picked as the first stop. After experiencing the fair for ourselves, we strongly suggest you pay a visit sooner rather than later and come hungry. Here’s why.
Fans of Brooklyn’s Momo Sushi Shack won’t have to book a flight to New York for their famous fare. Those of us in the 305 can get a taste of the Michelin Guide-recommended restaurant right here at the Mondrian on South Beach. The sushi shack has popped up in the hotel’s Sunset Lounge for the next few months to serve up tasty rolls along with hearty entrees and a jaw-droppingly good bar program.