RIP: 12 shuttered Miami bars and restaurants that we’ll miss
neMesis Urban Bistro
The badass chef pushed the boundaries, and the bathroom was cool, too, but we’ll miss the culinary experiments like ostrich carpaccio and bison steak the most.
We won’t miss the high prices, but how can we not miss this quaint spot that opened on Washington when it was full of hookers and bums and still somehow managed to sling fresh organic fare for 21 years.
Jerry’s Famous Deli
We’d say we'll miss your mile-high sandwiches... but we've actually already been missing them since things have been going downhill at JF's for a while now.
This closing has been taunting us for years. It’s going to close they said, we rallied, it never happened. Until 2014 when it finally did. Now, a historic landmark is gone and one of Miami's most venerable dive's is just rubble.
It's supposedly coming back with a better menu, but as the saying goes, "it's never as good as the first time", so we can't help but think we're still gonna miss Fried Chicken Wednesdays.
We’ll miss the old people reminiscing about the old Cuba. And while we have more ventanitas per square foot than any other city in the country, we'll miss hanging at one of the originals.
Van Dyke Cafe
We’ll miss your pretty green facade and... how you weren't a Lululemon?
Just like everybody else... no matter where they're from... we'll miss the famous Bobby Burger. And the shrimp. And the fried chicken. And... oh, you get the idea.
We’ll miss one of the only options for vegan food in the neighborhood. This is why we can’t have nice things, Miami.
Duh... we’ll miss your Taco Belly Pop-Up. Soooo much.
Chef Ho (formerly Chef Philip Ho)
We'll miss your cheesy '80s décor, banquet-style seating, and generally feeling like we were eating in an alternate universe.
Prost Wurst Grill & Bierhouse
You closed rather suddenly and without much explanation after only a month. We will miss the potential you had.
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