Posts Tagged ‘design district’
Back in December, the Cobayas had a dinner at Fin, Jonathan Eismann’s sustainable seafood restaurant. Back then the chef expected to open in three to four weeks. Well, it didn’t quite happen that way. It took six months but Fin is now officially open. Here’s the recap of our December dinner.
4029 N Miami Avenue, Miami
I’m non-committal when it comes to alcoholic drinks. I’m not loyal to any one drink, not even on a given night. But last summer I discovered a cocktail that I love to go back to called Flor de España.
Served at Sra. Martinez, it’s made with Oloroso Sherry, Johnnie Walker Black, egg whites, lemon juice and [...]
I was among 35 diners who caught a preview of Fin Thursday night during the third Cobaya experiment this year. Fin is a small (about 35-seat) seafood restaurant that occupies part of the old Sheba space. The restaurant promises to serve the freshest seafood available off the boat. And did we get fresh seafood – nine courses to be exact.
It was another beautiful day in Miami. A day perfect for Sunday brunch outdoors in the company of good friends. Our setting was Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, whose Sunday brunch celebrated its fourth week today and visibly isn’t lacking in popularity.
Before fully reviewing the menu, which is split into savory and sweets, plus smaller [...]