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.
Change is scary for most people, but not for The Local Craft Food + Drink’s Phil Bryant. At the Coral Gables gastropub, the chef actively embraces it in his Southern cuisine. What’s on the menu one day will be most likely be gone the other, making each visit to the neighborhood spot a unique one. Case in point: All the items we had during our visit for this story are no longer available.
It doesn’t matter, though, because one thing has remained the same at The Local under Chef Bryant’s care: the quality of the experience.
When it comes to brunch, there are several things that separate great spots from mediocre ones. We love big menus, stiff drinks and great views. At Stephen Starr’s Steak 954 inside W Fort Lauderdale, the weekend brunch has all of that — and more. If it’s a fantastic meal you want, it’s a fantastic meal you’ll get.
When we think of Argentine cuisine, the first thing that comes to mind is amazing meat. And that’s the first thing that should come to mind at Delano South Beach’s latest restaurant, Leynia. The Argentinean grill serves up an incredible array of carnes that you’ll be thinking about long after you take your last bite.
But this isn’t your traditional Argentine fare: The restaurant also infuses Asian influences throughout the menu. The result? One of our favorite meals of 2017.
As Miami Spice enters its second (and final) month, you only have a few more weeks to take advantage of all the great deals in town. It’s crunch time, so every dining decision counts. That’s why we recommend you visit Lure Fishbar sooner rather than later.