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Tocaya Organica is part of a movement of restaurants, farms, ranches and markets changing the way people think about and experience food. Our partnerships and commitment to sourcing whole food ingredients represents a fresh take on an industry that has long suffered from over-processed, unhealthy choices. We implement these ideals and positive environmental practices as we open new locations in great neighborhoods. Our business model represents the bridge between our flagship restaurant, Toca Madera in West Hollywood, CA and a convenient, healthy everyday restaurant focused on modern Mexican cuisine. Organic ingredients, farm-fed and free-range meats, sustainable seafood, and a full separate vegan menu are the backbone of the Toca Madera brand and with Tocaya we have brought all of these same values into a concept built around simplicity and accessibility.

Great Mexican food should not only taste great, it should utilize healthy ingredients sourced from sustainable environments. We found the right ranchers, the right partners, the right ingredients and got to work. What has followed since is a lifestyle, a menu revolution, a demand for better eating and a positive carbon imprint down to every last detail – it is our responsibility. We get it. We live it.

With an emphasis on bold flavor profiles, Tocaya Organica offers salads, tacos, bowls, burritos and wraps handmade daily by a chef-trained team. Combining modern flavors with the traditional ingredients that influenced early Mexican food – cacao, papaya, jicama, and chiles come together with tamarind, cilantro, and tomatoes to create taste combinations that infuse bold flavors into chicken, turkey, beef, fish, and vegetarian & Vegan dishes.

Made-from-scratch sauces, salsas, and dressings such as chipotle-lime sauce and grilled pineapple salsa are made fresh on site every morning with fresh produce, herbs, and spices.

Underscoring our commitment to serving natural and sustainable ingredients, Tocaya Organica procures meat that is fresh and never frozen, and is 100% percent free of hormones, steroids, and antibiotics. Organic produce is sourced locally whenever possible. Here is more information about Tocaya Organica:

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"Remember 920 Grill? No? Anyway, this is where that was. Smack-dab in the middle of Lincoln Road. But things look considerably different from its Argentine predecessor. A lot of gleaming white subway tile and marble. Chevron wood walls. A bar. The bar part is comforting. They’ve got all the stuff you’d typically expect from a fine Mexican establishment—tacos, burritos, tamales, guac. But as the name implies, they’re putting a healthier spin on things via organic everything, sustainable everything... you get it. Basically, your chicken tinga tacos and carne-asada-stuffed burritos are pre-South-Beach-shenanigans-approved. Margaritas and micheladas: check. A churro waffle sandwich filled with salted caramel ice cream: of course. They also serve lunch, if you’re into lunch. What a world." written by Jackie Gutierrez-Jones.

 

According to Miami.com :

"Miami Beach club guy Chris Paciello and partner Mio Danilovic are opening Tocaya Organica, a modern organic Mexican concept hailing from Los Angeles, tomorrow, December 9, on Lincoln Road. “I’ve lived in Miami Beach for over a decade, and have felt a void when it comes to authentic and healthy Mexican restaurants.” said Paciello, who, along with Danilovic also owns Rockwell nightclub. “As a health-conscious eater in a city that values wellness, when I came across this concept, I was sure it would be a hit in Miami.” The chainlet boasts “a commitment to sourcing whole food organic ingredients, farm-fed and free-range meats, sustainable seafood, and a full separate vegan menu.” Made-from-scratch sauces, salsas, and dressings such as chipotle-lime sauce and grilled pineapple salsa are made fresh on site every morning with fresh produce, herbs, and spices. Tocaya Organica procures meat that is fresh and never frozen, and is 100% percent free of hormones, steroids, and antibiotics. Organic produce is sourced locally whenever possible. The restaurant will be is open from 11 a.m.- midnight Sunday-Thursday and from 11 a.m.-2 a.m. Friday and Saturday. " written by Lesley Abravanel.

 

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There's a new coffee shop that's just open at Wynwood. It is called Brothers and Brawlers. The coolest thing about this place is the fact that the space is a part motorcycle store, part boutique, part coffee shop. It is a Brandhouse for Dirocco Eyewear. Free shared work space, specialty coffee and shopping from curated independent brands. Here is more information about Brothers and Brawlers :

 

According to Eater :

"If you’ve made your way through Wynwood lately, odds are you’ve walked by Brothers and Brawlers, the warehouse decorated on the outside by a Stranger Things inspired alphabet wall. But inside the head scratching facade, lies a unique concept store space that is the brainchild of Sebastian Ramirez. Interwoven amongst the vintage motorcycles, racks of handmade clothes, sunglasses and bespoke tailoring studio, is a coffee bar that has quickly become the go-to spot to get a java fuel-up in the neighborhood. Manning the post is Panther Coffee vet Ryan Hall, who created Brother and Brawlers concise coffee menu focusing on a handful of espresso-based drinks using New York City favorite Eastlick Coffee and Miami’s own Panther Coffee. Each drink is tailored to the guest’s preference in coffee, sweet milk and foam, but cold brew, “original formula” Coca Cola and Sprite, along with a rotating daily doughnut by Ella Cafe are also on hand." written by Olee Fowler.

 

According to Herald :

"Imagine blending your favorite coffee shop, clothing store and man cave all into one? Sebastian Tatano-Ramirez had the same idea and his new concept store, Brothers & Brawlers in Wynwood, has brought the concept to life. Doughnuts included. Tatano-Ramirez started off with a sunglass line, Dirocco Eyewear, which he dubbed the first complete carbon design available on the market. Instead of selling his glasses to distributors around town, he created his own space to sell out of with a man’s touch. The space is big enough to fit a Land Rover — which he did, but then sold. It also has a suit room known as Brawlers Row; a coffee bar; and a space in the back to chill and take in all the action your eyes can handle. And, yes, everything in the store is for sale." written by CHRISTIAN PORTILLA.

 

According to Yelp :

"The coolest most original eyewear concept store in Miami and my favorite place to go work, have meetings, or just meet up with friends.  Really good coffee, amazing teas, and I just wanted to buy my husband everything in there!  If you haven't gone by, you must check it out! Miami needed a place like this". written by Chiara M. (rated 5 stars).

 

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JAMES BEARD AWARD WINNING CHEF MICHAEL SCHWARTZ BRINGS HONEST ITALIAN FOOD FEATURING FRESH INGREDIENTS FROM THE HEARTH AND THE SIMPLICITY OF HANDMADE ARTISANAL BREADS AND PASTA TO FI’LIA. A meal begins with a crusty loaf, presented with olive oil and oregano snipped at the table. Rustic pizzas from the wood oven highlight beautiful produce in season in special combinations. Caesar salad is tossed tableside in a shower of shaved parmigiano from a roaming cart, with the smell of toasted garlic croutons reminding you of how satisfying and memorable the classics can be. Cocktails are refreshingly uncomplicated – less about complex recipes and technique, and more about how unpretentiously perfect a spritz is on a July or December afternoon. A focused wine list celebrating Italian regional varietals and American wines with an old world sensibility. Here is more information about Fi'lia :

 

According to Eater :

"This marks the first Italian concept for the James Beard award-winning chef, and it showcases a menu filled with Italian classics with that signature Schwartz twist. The kitchen is overseen by chef de cuisine Tim Piazza, and is creating dishes like Caesar salads prepared table side, with the dressing made in front of the guests and the garlic croutons toasted on the cart; pizzas topped with items like pancetta, ricotta, and tons of local produce; plenty of house-made pastas ranging from the traditional Cacio e Pepe to the more hearty corn agnolotti topped with roasted lobster sauce plus a variety of small plates like bruschetta. And, of course, the restaurant now also features its own first press, cold press Italian extra-virgin olive oil blend, which we're sure will be in just about every dish. To wash it all back there are tons of beverages to choose from including four bottled drinks (opened table-side, naturally), a section devoted to the Italian Spritz with six different versions of the drink, a beer list filled with craft and seasonal styles, and a wine list focused on Italian regional varietals and American wines." written by Olee Fowler.

 

According to Miami.com :

"True to Schwartz's style, the menu starts off with Snacks including Heirloom Tomato Bruschetta with stracciatella and basil and Charred Eggplant Spread on freshly grilled bread with grated bottarga. Small dishes include Citrus Salad with pistachio and aged piave vecchio, and a 42-oz. Bisteca Fiorentino executed on the wood grill with Meyer lemon and rosemary. There's also Caesar salad made table side. Daily made pastas include Corn Agnolotti with roasted lobster sauce and Braised Short Rib Crespelle--Italian crepes baked with béchamel, taleggio and trugole. Then there are pizzas including  Margherita with tomato, mozzarella and basil, finished with the restaurant’s own first press, cold press Italian extra-virgin olive oil blend, Leek & Potato with pancetta, rosemary and trugole, and Pistachio Pesto with house made ricotta, charred onion, and pecorino." written by Lesley Abravanel.

 

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Tanuki offers a true taste of Pan-Asian cuisine within a fun, casual environment. Located on South Beach’s bustling Alton Road at the corner of 11th street, Tanuki brings the spirit of East Asia to the South Beach dining scene with its first United States location. Tanuki’s menu will feature faithful renditions of Imperial favorites including classics such as sushi, sashimi, specialty rolls, soups and signature entrees including Tanuki’s take on Peking Duck. Inspired by the mythical Japanese talisman of good fortune, a 7-foot tall Tanuki statue lies at the center of the lively dining room welcoming locals and tourists alike. Here is more information about Tanuki :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"Believe it or not, these guys actually come to us via—wait for it—Moscow. Naturally, they’ve chosen our city to debut their fancy new Pan-Asian concept. Which is good news for you and the temaki aficionado you’ve made dinner plans with. Because they’ve got that. You’ll step into an airy space with reclaimed-barn-wood walls and steel beams. And yes, that’s a giant statue of a raccoon-dog hybrid presiding over the on-goings of the dining room. That’s a tanuki. Apparently it’s a talisman of good fortune. Listen... whatever works. To one side of the wraparound LED bar: an open kitchen, alive with promises of robata-grilled meats and truffled yellowtail maki and Peking duck soba. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves here—back to the bar. With all its popcorn rum, wasabi-infused mezcal and smoked coconut cream at its disposal until 2am, drinking will be an equal priority."

 

According to Eater :

"Staying true to South Beach's grandiose rep, the menu will feature over 150 items including sushi, sashimi, specialty rolls, dim sum and a complementary traditional tea service offered at the beginning of the meal. For those who opt out of the tea, Tanuki's cocktail menu also highlights Asian ingredients in its traditional libations. Diners will be greeted by a giant statue of the Tanuki itself, a Japanese raccoon dog known in folklore as a mischievous and jolly master of disguise, surrounded by barn-wood walls, steel beams and an open kitchen. The combined indoor and outdoor dining areas will accommodate 100 people." written by Greyceli Marin.

 

According to Yelp :

"This new place hits the spot for me! I've been waiting for some quality affordable sushi to open in the west avenue area for a while now and after checking Tanuki out today after a long flight back home from Milano I can see now it was worth the wait. The location is perfect for us West Ave folk, on 11th street, right in the middle, plenty of seating, brand new and clean, great service and the food is super fresh and delicious, i think they deliver too Bc I saw this cute little car outside with their logo, so I will be ordering delivery from them soon! I had the tuna tartar, which was amazing, so was the salmon taco, And the toro sashimi (forgot to take a picture but it was delicious).
For desert I had the green tea pana cotta and bit was that yummy, my bf had some type of tiramisu in a cup (also very tasty and no picture sorry!). The prices were pretty fair too. I really liked the first impression this place have left me and will be back soon :)" written by Anita (rated 5 stars).

 

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Paulie Gee's now opens at 8001 Biscayne Blvd, Miami. Pizza is the name of the game at Paulie Gee’s, who’s Miami location serves many of the pies that made the NYC outpost famous, including the Hellboy topped with soppressata and Mike’s Hot Honey. But the restaurant also embraced its new 305 home as well creating a special Jewbano pizza topped with swiss cheese, yellow mustard, Canadian bacon, pulled pork, and kosher dill pickles, that can only be found on the Miami menu. Here is more information about Paulie Gee's :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"Seeing as how they don’t accept reservations, come prepared to possibly wait. Maybe sit a spell at the Cuban-tiled bar with a cold draft beer. Maybe kill some time at the pinball machine. But soon enough, it’ll be time for pies. All made with double-zero flour in a wood-burning Stefano Ferrara oven from Naples. Some are original to Brooklyn, like the hot-soppressata-topped Dellboy. But then you’ve got the Miami-only Jewbano with slow-roasted pulled pork, Canadian bacon, yellow mustard and dill pickles. And if the place looks familiar: it was the old China Palace. Look close enough and you’ll find that it’s still lingering around. On the walls. On the plates. On the check presenters loaded with fortune cookies. Yeah, we didn’t think we’d be talking about fortune cookies today either." Written by Jackie Gutierrez-Jones.

 

According to New Times :

"As for the menu, the same quirky toppings that made the restaurant a hit in Brooklyn were on display at each table. The Hellboy, a house favorite, came topped with soppressata, fresh mozzarella, and Mike’s Hot Honey, all on a perfectly charred dough that had been aged for three days. Off the vegan menu, the In Ricotta da Vegan — topped with house-made cashew ricotta, vegan fennel sausage, and loads of fresh arugula — surprised with potent flavors that made the absence of meat or milk-based cheese enjoyable. Other pies come topped with everything from brisket and barbecue sauce to Swiss cheese, yellow mustard, and dill pickles." written by Patrick Hieger.

 

According to Yelp :

"OMG this place is the BOMB, this is my first time here, so I didn't know what to expect. Friends and I can in on a Friday night for dinner, and luckily for us it was just a short wait. My girlfriend had the Prosciutto and Cherry  she said it is like heaven in your mouth , I opted for the vegan pie. WOW! Pizza will never been the same again, The creative combinations of pizza is outstanding not just your typical pizza place, gourmet over-the-top and well formulated. Thank you Paulie Gee's for the mouth watering experience." written by Stella (rated 5 stars)

 

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Menin Hospitality introduces its latest addition to its Collection, Halves & Wholes (H&W). The elevated fast-casual sandwich shop is located at 1600 Alton Road across from Menin’s Bodega Taqueria y Tequila and soon-to open Ricky’s. Led by Menin Hospitality’s Corporate Culinary Director, Chef Bernie Matz, H&W offers classic sandwiches with a Miami twist. Inspired by classic sandwiches and shops across the country, Chef Matz showcases “12 Best” sandwiches along with a custom sandwich option for guests to let their wildest sandwich dreams come true. Each sandwich is an experience in and of itself, loaded with meats roasted in-house using a vertical broiler, artisanal cheeses and secret homemade sauces. Holding the sandwiches together is a selection of custom-baked breads shipped daily from the famous Delray Beach bakery, Old School. The 36 seat café is also serving up soups, salads, homemade chips, ice cream sandwiches and daily specials presented on a nearby blackboard. To accompany it all is a full list of local craft beers from MIA Brewing Co. and Funky Buddha Brewery, Flip Flop Wines’ Fizzy Sangria and soft drinks. Here is more information about Halves & Wholes :

 

According to Miami Culinary Tours :

"Menu highlights include the Cheese Steak shaved rib eye, jalapeno jack whiz, provolone, sofrito, crispy onions, sesame baguette; The Fritaloaf chorizo meatloaf, habanero jack, arugula, tomato, potato sticks, garlic parm aioli; and the Pan con Italian Beef short rib, charred onions, provolone, giardenara, potato sticks, cumin-garlic aioli, sesame baguette. In addition to the “12 Best” sandwiches, daily specials will enhance the menu and introduce new limited-run creations.  H & W will also offer a small selection of soups, salads and homemade ice cream sandwiches and sundaes. H & W’s impressive beverage list will include local craft beers from MIA Brewing Co. and Funky Buddha Brewery, Flip Flop Wines’ Fizzy Sangria and soft drinks."

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"Feels like one of those classic sandwich shops they’ve got up in the Northeast. You’ll see white tile, hammered-tin ceiling panels, butcher block walls and vintage deli cases. But you’re not here for the decor. You’re here for one of their “12 best” sandwiches loaded with meats roasted in a vertical broiler and secret homemade sauces. Like the CheeseSteak, filled with shaved ribeye, provolone, sofrito and jalapeño jack whiz (think Cheez Whiz’s Bal Harbour cousin). You can peruse the other 11 options right over here. Basically, it’s the kind of stuff you’ll want to pair with a beer or an ice cream sandwich at 4am. Which is good, because they’ll be open until 5am every day of the week. But they’ve also got a “picnic like a pro” option where you can mix and match a six-pack of beer and take it with a bunch of sandwiches to go." written by Jackie Gutierrez-Jones.

 

According to Eater :

"On the menu are 12 different sandwiches created by chef Bernie Matz like a cheese steak made with shaved rib eye, jalapeno jack whiz, provolone, sofrito, and crispy onions; "The Fritaloaf" that is created with chorizo meatloaf, habanero jack, arugula, tomato, potato sticks and garlic parm aioli; and the "Pan con Italian Beef" that is filled with short rib, charred onions, provolone, giardenara, potato sticks, and cumin-garlic aioli. If you don’t like any of the 12 options, you can choose to create-your-own sandwich instead. Halves and Wholes will also serve up a small selection of soups, salads and homemade ice cream sandwiches and sundaes, with to-go and delivery available." written by Olee Fowler.

 

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At Lulu’s Nitrogen Ice Cream they take great pride in their work and by work it means creating some of the most outstandingly rich and creamy ice cream you’ve ever tasted. They lovingly craft each ice cream from scratch, using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and finish them off with a splash of liquid nitrogen. While they love thrilling tastebuds, at Lulu’s ice cream, they believe that they have more to offer than an innovative and delicious way to make ice cream. At heart, they believe nothing is more important than friends and family. The customers are their friends, and together we’re one big family community. They want to give their customers a positive experience with each and every visit, and bring a lasting positive impact to the community. One way in which they are already helping our community is by supporting local businesses for their ingredients. They've opened their first location 2 years ago at Wynwood and now they open their second location at 1439 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, FL 33139. Here is more information about Lulu's Nitrogen Ice Cream :

 

According to New Times :

"50 Eggs founder John Kunkel is also looking forward to bringing on an additional tenant to join the new Miami Beach space: Lulu’s Nitrogen Ice Cream. This will be the second location of the Miami-based shop, best known for crafting its frozen treats from scratch using fresh, locally sourced ingredients." written by Nicole Danna.

 

According to Yelp :

"if you have a sweet tooth, you have to try this place. this has become a staple in my life and it is a bit of a problem. i think i visit this place close to once a month. First, there is plenty of street parking. this comes in handy when you are in the middle of an ice cream emergency where you need to get in and get out ASAP. the service is great. the staff is so helpful and give me as many samples as I want. now, saving the best part for last - THE ICE CREAM. if you've never had nitrogen ice cream before then you need to try it. it will change your life. it is so creamy and delicious. everything is made fresh and made to owner. they have an amazing oreo waffle bowl which i HAVE to order every time because it is THAT good. they change their special flavors every once in a while. if you are lucky and they have guava GET IT! it is amazing. if there isn't, i get the vanilla with tons of toppings because YOLO." written by Isabelle D (Rated 5 stars).

 

According to Real Deal :

"t will be the second location for Lulu’s, which launched at 2001 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami in 2013. Luisa Santos, Lulu’s owner, said her 421-square-foot space will incorporate natural elements, like counters made of reclaimed wood, in line with her “cow-to-cone” theme. “This kind of nook in the middle of the Beach is very intimate, even though it’s on Alton Road,” she told TRD."

 

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It's a new little addition at North Miami Beach. The place is called B Bar Tapas. It's located at 2995 NE 163rd Street. Their goal is not only to provide the highest quality products, but also provide culinary creations, bringing our chef’s culinary expertise to an innovated tapas style menu. They also are committed to consistent 5-star service, using an evolutionary guest recognition system each and every customer becomes a VIP. To know each guest by his or her name and thank each guest for the opportunity to serve him or her. To provide a new meaning to dinner entertainment with state of the art video production, specialty acts . All working towards the goal of stimulating all five senses during the guest’s already spectacular dining experience. Doing all this while ensuring fair and affordable prices. Here is more information about B Bar Tapas :

 

According to Eater :

"Whether Miami needs another sharing dish restaurant concept remains to be seen, but that won’t stop them from popping up all over town. Latest small plate concept to emerge in the Magic City is B Bar Tapas at 2995 NE 163rd Street in North Miami. The restaurant, which quietly opened last month, serves up a rather diverse menu that showcases Mediterranean, Asian and South American cuisine created by chef Guily Booth. Everything from grilled octopus in truffle sauce to skewered chicken tikka masala to lamb shepard’s pie can be found on the menu, served in shareable plates, of course." written by Olee Fowler.

 

According to Yelp :

"This place is insanely good!  Everything on the menu is DELICIOUS! The staff is so nice and the ambiance is great.  Awesome place to hang out and try a bunch of different delicious plates.  I love the Crispy Kale, the Brussels Sprouts, the Ceviche, the Tomato Tosta, everything is great!!!!" written by Eli G (rated 5 stars).

"Wow so good . People from out of town if u reading this . It's a must come to .. I'm local and luv it .. It's new fresh and such good taste .. The flavors are amazing and the chef is top notch . If I was out of town and found this on Yelp i def would be coming .." written by Brian G. (rated 5 stars).

 

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TACOCRAFT is a semi-authentic boutique taqueria & tequila bar. The name TACOCRAFT came about the by the way they make their tacos. Every tortilla is hand-crafted by Mexican senoras who have been taught by their mothers and grandmothers. Tacocraft features modern interpretations of street food classics and utilizes the best available local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Located directly in the heart of the vibrant downtown scene, tacocraft instills an urban feel while showcasing street art and hand painted murals thru out the space. Local wynwood” street artist Ruben Ubiera was commissioned to create urban elements and street-style graffiti art that makes the space playful and inviting. Tacocraft first location is in Fort Lauderdale and now they've opened their 2nd location at 5829 SW 73rd St, South Miami. Here is more information about Tacocraft :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"The original location: Fort Lauderdale. Which can be a tad inconvenient to get to on pretty much any day ending with a Y. So they’ve commandeered a cozy corner down in South Miami and turned it into a lively spot for you and your friends to enjoy tacos and 120 different tequilas. And they’ve chosen to house all of that in a space with railroad ties that’ve been fashioned into chandeliers and murals of Pancho Villa and a sexy female sugar skull. Hey, it works. But about those tacos—you’ll find the standards like carne asada, short rib and tuna. But also, a rotating list of daily specials that might include an oyster po’boy or lobster tempura version. You can also opt for one of their giant burritos on the patio while drinking a citrus-chili margarita made with orange, lime and one of those 120 tequilas."

 

According to Eater :

"The grand exodus to Miami is underway. The latest restaurant to cross the border is JEY Hospitality’s TacoCraft Taqueria & Tequila Bar, which opened a Miami outpost last week right across from another restaurant of theirs, ROK:BRGR, at 5829 SW 73 Street. The 3,000 square-foot space offers both indoor and outdoor seating along with brightly decorated interiors like its Fort Lauderdale location featuring street art and hand painted murals created by local artist, Ruben Ubiera. On the menu expect all the dishes that made it a hit in the 9-5-4 like ten different varieties of tacos, a quesadilla bar and 150 types of tequila and mezcal, along with new to Miami items like oxtail empanadas. The restaurant also offers up a weekday happy hour, taco Tuesday specials, Sunday brunch and a late night taco window open on the weekends until 4 a.m. " written by Olee Fowler.

 

According to WSVN :

"Sometimes, you get that craving and nothing can hit the spot quite like Mexican food. You know, tacos, burritos, nachos, tequila… Now, a Fort Lauderdale hotspot is coming to South Miami. Deco got to sample the handmade goodness of Tacocraft. For over a year, downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Tacocraft has been serving up Mexican fare to a hungry crowd. Now, the party is heading south. Tacocraft South Miami is open for business."

 

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The vision of Lincoln's Beard Brewing Co. starts and ends with the local community. In 2014, a group of local craft beer heads endeavored to bring more locally brewed craft beer to the woefully underserved neighborhoods across Miami. They actually first sought to open a craft beer bar that would only serve locally brewed craft beer. But they continued to develop more interesting and delicious home brews, and suddenly started winning multiple brewing competitions and awards. Finally they looked around and noticed that although there are some great craft beer breweries already serving up delicious creations in Miami...there simply aren't enough of them. And none of them are located very close to central Dade County. So now opens Lincoln's Beard Brewing Co. at 7360 SW 41st St. Here is more information about them :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"The vibe: Real warm-and-fuzzy-like, with barrel tables, cushy couches, potted plants and a bar with thousands of pennies that’ve been glued on top of it. The pedigree: The head brewer trained with Tom Hennessy of Colorado Boy Pub & Brewery. Number of beers made on-site: About 12. Including Duckie’s Dream (a witbier) and Witch King (an imperial stout). But you’ll have to wait about a week to get your hands on them. Licensing and whatnot. Number of beers on tap: 15. Five of which will be their in-house brews. The rest are dedicated to local guys like J. Wakefield and the Tank. The food situation: Bar snacks like pickled vegetables and truffle cheddar popcorn. Plus the occasional drop-in from a food truck or a neighborhood spot like Tacos & Tattoos. The unexpected beer: A brown ale aged in a whiskey barrel. Pairs nicely with their upcoming weekly karaoke nights."

 

According to Yelp :

"Having visited for the first time yesterday I can honestly say they're on the right track.  I have been to many breweries in Florida especially the St Pete, Ybor city area and I truly feel they're trying emulate some of them.  From the start when you walk in it has a really good feel to the place and having met a couple of the proprietors I can tell this place will have many good things coming their way. They should have their distribution license soon probably before July and I can't wait to sample some of their suds.  Come by and check them out. You won't be disappointed." written by Gonzo (rated 5 stars)

 

"Get away from the chains and cookie cutters ... This brewery is unique and John the brewmaster is passionate about beer and sharing his craft with his patrons!! GREAT barrel aged brews ... Very cool industrial decor with an artistic and creative flare, but skipping the 'plastic' environment of the norm... Be sure to count the pennies on the bar , and find the Bahamian one !!" written by Marina (rated 5 stars)

 

"Sweaty runners are welcome! This promises to be another cool brewery and really chancing it with the location although it's nice to have one west of the Gable's.  Wynwood can use a little competition. At the moment they aren't serving their own beer but in the begging of July word has it they will.  Cool ambiance. There is a lobby area, a back out door seating area with corn hole game and an upper deck to sit at inside the building which has high ceilings. I like the variety of seating choices. Reminds me of a cool warehouse district home. Cool art! Great place for a live music. Mr PBJ Food Truck was parked outside as there is no kitchen. Nicole and I shared a PBJ burger, which was unique and tasty, with truffle parm fries, which were ordinary.  We also had a couple of beers. I'll be back!" written by Frederick (rated 4 stars)

 

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