Meat Flowers Are Here to Give You The Best Valentine's Day
1. Buns & Buns5748 Sunset Drive, Miami
2. Pizza & Burger4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
3. Blackbrick3451 NE 1st Ave, Miami
4. Bokampers Sports Bar & Grill3115 NE 32nd Ave, Fort Lauderdale
5. Nothing But The Best2525 SW 3rd Ave, Miami
6. La Mexicana Cantina & Grill1451 S. Miami Ave, Miami
7. Insomnia Cookies1227 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
8. R House2727 NW 2nd Ave, Miami
9. Camels Hump Restaurant236 N.E. 1st Ave, Miami
10. Bocce Bar3252 NE 1st. Ave., Miami
This South Miami yeast palace’ll gladly let you pick a deliciously grill-able item like this deckle with roasted pepper marissa and serrano ham chip, then lets you pair it with one of seven different fresh made buns, from steamed nan to pretzel rolls to buttery brioche, and finish it off with a handmade wine or sake cocktail.
The Michael Mina 74 space at the Fontainebleau has reinvented itself as a pop-up restaurant with a menu inspired by a laid-back backyard party. The concept, Pizza & Burger, specializes in exactly that. Each burger is decidedly different from the next, and the signature is the MM74 topped with double-smoked bacon, American cheese sauce, lettuce, and a secret sauce. As for the pizzas, there are round pies and Grandma-style ones with focaccia crust.
Blackbrick pust a Floridian twist on Chinese with stuff like General Tso’s Florida Gator and Swank farms eggplant with Oyster sauce.
The inventive chefs at this waterfront locale for Kim’s sports palace have created some rolls (like the Miami Vice with dry-rubbed tuna, mango, pineapple cilantro and masago) that’ll have you completely forgetting about ordering their already-famous wings, all while watching the game right on the Intercoastal on 150 flat screens. Or, pull your boat right up: they’ve got 350 feet of dock space.
French owner Chef Yann Rio has given his Roads French/Asian fusion joint a name that doesn’t exactly set guests’ expectations low. But once you start dining on stuff like risotto croquettes with truffle oil and green sauce and or duck Magret a la plancha in stunning surroundings reminiscent of an Asian meditation room, you realize Yann is, like so many Parisian cab drivers, just being brutally honest.
La Mexicana is plating simple, flame-grilled, reasonably-priced Mexican favorites, made-to-order guac, and an extensive margarita menu that you can enjoy while wathing 70-inch TVs and listening to live music.
Insomnia Cookies will not only bring fresh-baked cookies to your door right up until 3am, if you can manage to make it into their Washington Ave store, they’ll make you a custom cookie ice cream sandwich with one of their seven flavors of ice cream and nine kinds of cookies which is, like, way too many combinations to figure out at 3am.
At R House, you can enjoy your meal of choice to the stylings of a live DJ, while seated in a fully functional art gallery. The cuisine, described as a blend of Mediterranean, Asian and Latin flavors, is something of a work of art in itself, always prepared and plated with creative flare. The kitchen serves up everything from grilled ahi tuna lo-mein and sweet peat falafel to wasabi-glazed skirt steak with sweet chili potatoes, all of which is typically paired with musical interludes by a local guest DJ. And If you didn't get your art fix from you entree alone, patrons are welcome to admire and even purchase the gallery pieces on display. Stationed in the heart of the Wynwood arts district, this eatery is making space for visual, musical and culinary artistry, all under the same roof.
This downtown lunch spot is combining Middle East and the Caribbean with stuff like their overstuffed gyros, housemade falafels with fresh mint, red peppers, and homemade tahini sauce, citrus-marinated, and fresh-grilled shsish kebab and shish tawook, or stewed-that-morning oxtail with red beans and rice