Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar
The place: The Retailers at Midtown Miami, 3201 Buena Vista Blvd.
What: Brunch isn’t only a weekend deal with on the solely Miami location of the favored Latin American idea. The restaurant has rolled out a seven-day brunch menu (midday to 4 p.m., Monday via Friday); 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday). Specialty choices embrace the Provo Ranchero (roasted provolone, baked eggs, tomato sauce, sourdough toast), the Croque Madame Huancaina (grilled cheese and ham sandwich with Huancaina sauce and fried eggs), and a toffee-coated cinnamon roll served with vanilla ice cream. Among the many new entrée additions: a grilled shrimp quinoa bowl; and breaded beef Milanese with tomato sauce, prosciutto cotto, mozzarella and roasted peppers. Ask in regards to the two-for-one Nikkei bloody mary and bottomless Pommery alternatives.
Contact: negronibistrobar.com; 786.510.0075
Corvina Seafood Grill
The place: 110 Plaza Actual South, Boca Raton
What: Weekly summer season specials are all the fad on the seafood restaurant producing main buzz in Boca. The rundown contains half-priced martinis on Monday, $5 margaritas all night time on Tuesday, an expanded 4 to 9 p.m. comfortable hour on Wednesday (with $6 cocktails and $6 wine), and half-priced oysters by the half-dozen on Thursdays. Talking of comfortable hour (which runs 4 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday)—the $9 bar snacks embrace Peruvian ceviche, Ceiba shrimp nachos, ahi tuna taquitos and roasted cauliflower (pictured) with lemon tahini, toasted almonds and raisins.
Contact: corvinabocaraton.com; 561.206.0066
The place: 266 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
What: The sommelier-driven wine bistro/bar/retailer in Key Biscayne not too long ago opened a Coral Gables location with a 152-seat restaurant and pergola bar. A “new American” menu brimming with Latin flavors and native produce boasts its share of chef-driven dishes—mussels bathed in Pernod cream; Manchego and truffle risotto, with portobello, cremini and porcini mushrooms; a 42-ounce Creek Stone Farm tomahawk steak; Moroccan lamb chops; lobster ravioli with squid ink pasta; lobster thermidor fondue; Zarzuela, a Cuban seafood “sizzling pot” with chorizo and clam-tomato broth—and way more. There’s additionally a powerful by-the-glass wine program that includes famend labels and next-big-thing choices from everywhere in the world.
Contact: vinyawine.com/coral-gables; 305.203.4229
The place: 110 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Seashore
What: The coastal-inspired steak home has revived its “Style of Avalon” prix fixe eating menu for the second 12 months. Priced at $65 per individual, the particular menu is offered Monday to Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m., and Sunday from 5 to 9 p.m. Diners obtain a selection of three appetizers—a Caesar salad, pork stomach “Banh Mi” in hoisin glaze, and Indignant Lobster Tagliatelle in chili lobster sauce with scallions, mint and croutons. The three entrée choices embrace natural roasted rooster, a 7-ounce New York strip, and Faroe Island salmon. Flourless chocolate torte and New York Cheesecake are the dessert decisions.
Contact: avalondelray.com; 561.593.2500
The place: 510 N. Federal Freeway, Fort Lauderdale; 4400 N. Ocean Drive, Lauderdale by the Sea; 5829 SW 73rd St., South Miami; 301 N. College Drive, Plantation
What: The at all times hopping taqueria and tequila bar is serving up one of many extra high-octane brunches in South Florida (Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to three p.m.), together with reside music. But it surely helps to reach early for individuals who desire their grownup drinks bottomless. Tacocraft gives bottomless mimosas, sangria and spritzes for $10 from 11 a.m. to midday; $15 from midday to 1 p.m.; and $20 from 1 to three p.m. On the brunch chunk aspect, dishes embrace rooster & churros (with tequila-infused maple syrup); fire-grilled skirt steak, two eggs and potato/pepper hash; the Hangover Burrito (scrambled eggs, chorizo, oaxaca and Manchego cheeses, potatoes, avocados); and the famed Al Pastor Hash (rooster al pastor, potatoes, peppers, onion, two eggs over straightforward, corn tortillas and home salsas).
True Meals Kitchen
The place: The Falls, 8888 SW 136th St., Miami
What: The seasonally impressed restaurant and craft bar not too long ago opened its sixth Florida restaurant (and forty second nationwide), a 385-seat house with an open kitchen and a coated patio space overlooking the waterfront. The menu follows the anti-inflammatory rules of Dr. Andrew Weil. Dishes embrace salads and bowls, pizzas, burgers/sandwiches, and entrées
Together with 100% grass-fed Korean steak (grilled), pan-seared (and sustainable) sea bass, grilled rooster Parmesan, and a poke bowl with wild-caught tuna.
The place: 3480 Major Freeway, Coconut Grove
What: Genuine Lebanese delicacies finds a classy Mediterranean residence inside this 180-seat modern restaurant rendered in smooth palettes, pastel blues and pure oak wooden. Lebanese spices and coastal flavors coloration a menu that options dips (garlic labneh, baba ghanoush), starters (grape leaves, crispy eggplant/zucchini), Scorching Mezze choices (mini spinach fatayer pies, Amal’s hummus with beef tenderloin and pomegranate), skewers (minced beef & lamb, marinated beef cubes), and entrées (lamb chops, black cod, grilled tiger shrimps, branzino). The intensive wine menu features a collection of Lebanese labels. To high it off, Amal has a 5,000-square-foot bar idea on the roof with views of Miami and Biscayne Bay.
Contact: amalmiami.com; 786.369.0846