When we heard Chef Jose Icardi was opening a new Mexican restaurant at Shore Club, we were intrigued. Chef Icardi, the culinary powerhouse behind Leynia at Delano South Beach, already won us over with tasty Argentinean cuisine, so we had high expectations for Diez y Seis. We expected the best, and that’s exactly what we got during our dinner there.
Last month, we spoiled ourselves with tacos in San Diego. It seemed like a good decision at the time, but trying our favorite Mexican dish over on the West Coast made us realize what we were missing over here in Miami. There’s no comparison: San Diego tacos — especially fish tacos — just taste better.
Coming back to South Florida, we weren’t sure we’d find anything close to the quality we experienced. Pilo’s Street Tacos in Brickell proved us wrong.
There’s officially a new taco spot in town: The Taco Stand. This California-based eatery has brought its Baja-inspired fare to Wynwood, where guests can enjoy tacos, burritos, quesadillas and other appetizing bites to satisfy their Mexican food cravings.
The beauty of the Coral Gables dining scene is its variety. If there’s a certain type of cuisine or food you’re in the mood for, odds are pretty good that you’ll find it somewhere within The City Beautiful. But there’s one type of food that’s severely lacking in the area: tacos. While there are Mexican restaurants and other eateries that serve these little bundles of joy, there isn’t a place where they’re the main focus.
Enter Plomo Tequila & Taco Bar. This new taco spot from the team behind Copper 29 and Crema Gourmet Espresso Bar has taken over the old 100 Montaditos location to fill the neighborhood’s big void — and it does so successfully.
“In Santiago we trust.” That’s exactly what we were thinking after trying the new Mexican concept from Cantina La Veinte’s Executive Chef Santiago Gomez. Unlike Cantina, Tacology at Brickell City Centre is a more casual affair that emphasizes street food creations but also brings some upscale dishes along for the ride. Items are meant to be shared, but here’s the thing: The food is so good that you won’t want to.