Fueling Miami's masses with craft beer, fresh-pressed juices, organic health food, and actual fuel (like, for your car), Mendez Fuel is situated in a Mobil gas station and car wash, and painted with Wynwood-reminiscent street art in its home on Coral Way. There are 16 rotating taps, from which you can enjoy a pint of beer at the bar or a growler to go, or choose from a massive stockpile of bottles. Sandwiches, wraps, and smoothes are made-to-order, and the cookies are even gluten free. Don't judge a gas station by its gas; judge it by its fuel.
A gastropub with housemade sausage might not sound particularly special, but when you find out that their Sausage of the Sea has a mix of salmon, fresh octopus, dry sea scallops and herbs, you'll definitely want to make a beeline in that direction. Add to that their house-cured bacon, TVs, and rare craft German beers (some of which get mixed with duck into another housemade sausage) and the spot is a must-visit.
The names actually a reference to the 30 beer taps and 20 wine taps on the back wall, plus another 270 beers and dozen wines by the glass on the menu.
The guys who started this new Edgewater beer-and-barbecue joint are going to put you in a food coma with a full menu from Passion BBQ and over a dozen craft beers on draft for $3 with a seven hour happy hour noon-7pm every day.