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THE CATCH OF THE DAY GETS ELEVATED TO DIZZYING HEIGHTS AT BAZAAR MAR, THE NEWEST ITERATION OF THE POPULAR BAZAAR BY JOSÉ ANDRÉS CONCEPT OF SLS HOTELS AND CHEF JOSÉ ANDRÉS. Located within the luxurious SLS Brickell Hotel & Residences in downtown Miami, the 210-seat Bazaar Mar evokes all the bounty of the oceans, with a seasonal emphasis on Miami and the Caribbean. As its name implies, (mar is Spanish for sea), the vibrant menu features everything from ‘sea snacks’ like ceviches, seaweeds and tiraditos to whole fish prepared in a variety of ways and a extensive raw bar. Hand-crafted cocktails join a curated list of Spanish and international wines to complement the cuisine. Here is more information about Bazaar-Mar :

 

According to Eater :

"Seafood is the star of José Andrés’ second Bazaar concept in Miami, Bazaar Mar, now open inside the newly opened SLS Brickell Hotel & Residences. As the name alludes, its menu focus will lean towards seafood served in his signature tapas style format. Think dishes like bacalao croquettes, sashimi, grilled whole fish, full raw bar offerings and for the more adventurous eater, offal seafood dishes like seared monkfish liver. Like all his Bazaar spaces, this one was designed by Philippe Starck, featuring decor inspired by famous sea ports from Mykonos to the South Pacific. The white and blue color palette reigns supreme, with marble table tops and floors and handprinted tiles by artist Sergio Mora with whimsical designs — mermaids, unicorns, and even Andrés himself can all be spotted if you look closely — found all over the walls of the massive 7,200-square-foot, 210-seat restaurant. Helping keep the room well lit are large windows and lamp shades signed by friends of the restaurant." written by Olee Fowler.

 

According to New Times :

"The dishes are, as expected, an over the top celebration of sea life. Andres fashions mini fantasies for his dishes. A bagel and lox ($12), made with Russ & Daughters smoked salmon, air bread, cream cheese, and pickled onions, looks like a school of frolicking fish. A "classic" cobia ceviche ($26) is fashioned into one perfect rose and garnished with leche de tigre, nasturtium leaf, sweet potato, and corn nuts. A whole salt-baked red snapper ($65) is prepared with romesco sauce and mojo verde. Bazaar Mar also offers an extensive raw bar including oysters, sea urchin, and scallops. Also find an uni souffle and a whole fried lion fish ($38). If you prefer to stay on land, jamón ibérico de bellota Fermín, a 48-month cured ham from free-range, acorn-fed, black-footed Iberico pigs, is hand cut for $56 a serving." written by Laine Doss.

 

According to Yelp :

"My wife and a couple friends tried several different items on the menu and were blown away by the creativity, flavor, and satisfaction. First, when you walk into the restaurant you immediately realize you are in a different place. The tile on the floor and walls is full of art representing the sea and there are huge fish heads with horns on the wall inside the bar and near the kitchen. You also see the salt water tanks where they keep their prized sea food items alive until it is ready for your plate such as lobster, clams, and oysters. Our server was Amos (?), who was extremely helpful and truly added to the positive experience we had at bazaar mar. I can say with a straight face that this was the best meal of my life. Thank you bazaar mar and Croix for the amazing experience." written by Nick D. (rated 5 stars)

 

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Adding to its South of Fifth presence, Menin Hospitality’s sophisticated yet hip French brasserie will become a place for customers to immerse themselves in an approachable lifestyle experience. Bakehouse will offer a range of authentic European delights to wine tastings or the perfect "cup of Joe" brewed by Panther coffee. The menu, curated by Chef Bernie Matz, will offer brunch, dinner and late night offerings. Bakehouse’s main attraction is its unique artisan bread, baked daily on the premises, and a perfect companion to a selection of olive oils, regional French cheeses, charcuterie and global wines all culminating in an unparalleled experience of modern American with a French twist. Here is more information about Bakehouse Brasserie :

 

According to New Times :

"The cozy 87-seat eatery features an open kitchen and a bright and spacious dining area. Most seats are padded and snug, giving guests a relaxed neighborhood spot to wind down with food and drinks. Led by Menin corporate culinary director Bernie Matz, chef Steve Frank and pastry chef Tatiana Vernot are behind Bakehouse's day-to-day operations. Every day beginning at 7 a.m., the restaurant features grab-and-go baked goods, Panther Coffee drinks, freshly squeezed juice, and a selection of hot breakfast items. Expect an expansive pastry display counter packed with breads, croissants, pastelitos, cookies, brownies, cinnamon rolls, and cakes, all baked fresh in-house." written by Clarrisa Buch.

 

According to Eater :

"Starting at 11 a.m. each day, all day brunch is served with items like stuffed croissant French toast, Gravlox benedicts along with more traditional French items like Steak Tartare, Croque Madame, and Steak Frites served four ways. Like most Menin concepts, there is a strong bar component as well and Bakehouse is no different. Its French inspired program features drinks like a three martini brunch flight, frozen rosé, nitro coffee cocktails along with more traditional libations and French wine. The restaurant is now open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., brunch from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, light breakfast from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and brunch 10 a.m. until midnight. " written by Olee Fowler.

 

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Visa-O1 debuted in Miami Beach two years ago. Chef Renato Viola and partner Umberto Mascagni truly loved pizza and had a simple goal: for the public to be able to taste true traditional Italian pizza. Now they are opening a 2nd location for their business and it's located at the former Miami Smokers Express pop-up space (1000 S. Miami Ave., Miami). Here is more information about Visa-O1 Brickell :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"Elbow room. Yep. It exists now. Instead of a mere 18 seats, the new location has a patio and a dining room. The latter is quite spacious, with shelves displaying Sinatra albums and moka pots. And as ever... The pizza is serious business. It employs flour imported from master pizzaiolo Renato Viola’s farm in Italy, of course. He’s also a world champion in acrobatic pizza, which basically results in a ridiculously light, thin, crispy pie that’s somehow chewy, too. Traditional is fine. But extraordinary is better. You can’t go wrong with a margherita or pepperoni pie. But we suggest venturing to the Special and Extraordinary sections of the menu. That’s where the Jacqueline with truffle oil and runny eggs lives. And the Star Luca filled with ricotta cheese and spicy salami. Luck favors the bold. Relax. They’ve got beer and wine. Mostly of the Italian variety. Moretti. Super Tuscans. You get it." written by Jackie Gutierrez-Jones.

 

According to New Times :

"The Brickell menu will list the same dishes offered at the original location. Additionally, wine and beer will be served. Pies are divided into categories: traditional, special, and extraordinary. Prices start at $4.99 for an individual size and top out at $16.99 for a 13-inch, with toppings such as fresh burrata stracciatella, natural honey, truffle oil, and Nutella. One of the best-selling dishes is the Instagram-worthy Star Luca — a star-shaped pizza filled with ricotta cheese, spicy salami, mozzarella, and San Marzano tomato sauce ($14.90). Other choices include calzones and antipasti. You can also opt to build your own salad. Vegans will be happy to know they can create their own pizza using vegan cheese." written by ALEXANDRIA GUERRA.

 

According to Eater :

"The two-year-old South Beach favorite — that has gained a somewhat of a cult following in its short lifetime — takes over the space right next to Dolores, But You Can Call Me Lolita at 1000 South Miami Avenue. The menu will remain burrata, honey, truffle and even Nutella. Plus, this location will also serve up wine and beer. But the team isn’t done expanding, however, with its third outpost set to debut in Wynwood sometime next month. Visa-O1 Brickell is now open every weekday from 11:30 a.m. to midnight, Saturday from noon to midnight and Sunday from noon to 11 p.m." written by Olee Fowler.

 

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STK Miami is not your daddy’s steakhouse. Inspired by and uniquely designed for the emerging downtown Miami cityscape, the restaurant will feature dining spaces with direct access to the iconic Biscayne Boulevard. This will also be the first of the newly designed STK restaurants that will be open for both daytime and evening dining. The menu features reimagined classic American cuisine with signature dishes like bite-sized Lil’ BRGs made with Wagyu beef, Lobster Mac & Cheese, and, of course, the highest quality steak. The STK Miami is located in the new ME Miami by Melia, at 1100 Biscayne Boulevard. Here is more information about STK Miami :

 

According to New Times :

"Geometric and pixelated modernistic patterns, courtesy of Indiewalls, abound. The restaurant's art collection includes commissioned works from international and local artists, connecting the location to the city’s vibrant arts district. The art-tech company also installed neon lights that invite guests to "dare to be" above one of STK's banquette-wrapped tables adjacent to the DJ booth. Unlike it's Miami Beach sister, this locale will offer lunch and outdoor seating, beginning in a few weeks. The menu is still very similar but, there are some new surprises. The former executive sous-chef of STK Miami Beach, Rafael Linares, will execute menu additions such as a shaved Brussels sprout salad tossed with apple, cranberry, aged goat cheese, and marcona almonds ($15); beef carpaccio topped with Parmesan, pickled mustard, garlic chips, and walnut oil ($16); and king salmon served over roasted baby vegetables, spiced yogurt, and herb salad ($29). To really start a party, guests can order shellfish for the table that includes oyster, shrimp, king crab, and ceviche ($29/mp)." written by Alexandria Guerra.

 

According to Real Deal :

"Designed by ICrave Design Studio, the black and white-themed space features pops of color via a neon wall installation, pixelated patterns and gold lighting. Its capacity is 326, with private dining rooms, gazebo seating on the lawn, and outdoor seating on the terrace, which fronts Biscayne Boulevard. The nearly 4,900-square-foot restaurant, at 1100 Biscayne Boulevard, is across the street from the new Frost Museum of Science, PAMM and Museum Park. Helmed by executive chef Rafael Linares, STK Miami will feature a menu that’s 70 percent “core STK” and 30 percent location-specific." written by Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz.

 

According to Curbed :

"This will be The ONE Group’s second STK location in Miami, with the popular steakhouse already experiencing immense success on South Beach on the heels of a recent renovation. It’s being designed by ICRAVE. It will also offer lunch service and outdoor seating, with the design being described as "refreshed, yet edgy," per the release. There will be a custom art collection curated by Indiewalls, featuring works from both local and international artists." written by Josh Baumgard.

 

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Guayaba y Chocolate is a dream. The dream of Alejandra Bigai, a Venezuelan-American chocolate maker consistently ranked amongst the top US small gourmet chocolatiers, and her social anthropologist cousin María Waleska. Guayaba y Chocolate is also an adventure that has taken both girls on a discovery journey into the everyday flavors of Miami. Behind every chocolate, behind every piece of candy and macaron there is wonder at the explosive diversity of this city, at the trajectories of the men and women who inhabit it and, most of all, the fantastic way in which culture and gastronomy blend to produce the richest flavors and the tastiest sensory experiences. At the heart of their business is, of course, chocolate. Their bonbons are hand made everyday at the production facility of Romanicos Chocolate, their mother brand. They sell only high quality confections made in small batches with the best ingredients available and our chocolate bars are gluten free, lactose free and suitable for either vegans or vegetarians. Guayaba y Chocolate opens at 1603 SW 8th St. Here is more infomation about Guayaba y Chocolate :

 

According to New Times :

"The shop is minimalistic in style to better showcase the variety of sweet treats inside. The idea to open a store in the area has been brewing in Bigai's head for seven years, and this was actually her fifth attempt at doing so. When a friend tipped her off that an antique store was closing in the center of la pequeña Habana, she jumped at the opportunity to call the space her own. The shop features bonbons, truffles, dry fruits, bark chocolate, and cookies. Flavor profiles also expand on regular milk chocolate with twists like guava and cream cheese, pistachio and honey, cayenne pepper, and passionfruit. Prices range from $1.50 to $31.60." written by Christian Portilla.

 

According to Yelp :

"You can buy chocolates by the piece, or in box sets (as with most chocolate shops). The nice thing about these boxes is that they have distinct 'themes'.  For example, one -- decorated with marine fish on the box and on the chocolates themselves -- are filled with tropical fruit centers. The other, 'Nostalgia Habanera' comes in a box vaguely reminiscent of a cigar box and inside features guava and cheese filled chocolates shaped like dominos, as well as coffee chocolate confections. The shop has limited seating (although there is a place to sit for two near the door). They also have macarons and other sweets. As mentioned, a key item is that the chocolate is produced by the owner, so this isn't a place that is just reselling chocolate you can find just anywhere. And you can tell she takes great pride in her chocolate, as the quality is very good." written by Ian (rates 5 stars).

 

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The Salty Donut is an Artisanal Donut Shop & Coffee Bar focused on chef-made, small-batch craft donuts using nothing but the highest quality ingredients and making EVERYTHING in house! They also have an incredibly unique coffee program, featuring rotating coffees with interesting flavor profiles, crafted by some of the best baristas around. The Salty came to be because of a void in the beloved South Florida community. The entire country is experiencing a blossoming of craft donut shops and amazing coffee shops that offer unique coffee experiences, and South Florida is EONS behind in both of those categories. It’s a well-known fact that SoFla tends to be on the tail-end of gastronomic trends. Their first pop up location opened since last december at Wynwood and now they are opening their second location at The Confidante 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Here is more information about Salty Donut :

 

According to Eater :

"Popular local donut makers Salty Donuts are taking its talents to Sobe, for a new pop-up inside the Confidante Hotel starting July 16. It'll feature poolside donuts and something its Wynwood location doesn't have: mimosas. " written by Olee Fowler.

 

According to Miami.com :

"Starting July 16, Miami Beach doughnut aficionados will no longer have to cross the bridge to Wynwood to stand in line Friday through Sunday (hoping they don't sell out) for artisanal doughnuts with flavors such as maple glazed, brown butter salt and weekly specials, such as recent Key lime and passion fruit glazed. No more standing in line on the desolate Wywnood street in the hot sun. From Thursdays through Sundays, 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., doughnut lovers can eat their spoils at the pool-side beach house (read: air conditioning) at the Confidante, surrounded by the hotel's lush tropical gardens." written by Carlos Frias.

 

According to New Times :

"Doughnuts aside, the public will have full access to the Confidante's pool, bar, and restaurant area. The space offers beach access too. "The most exciting thing is that the space it's in is just beautiful," she says. "I could hang out there for hours. Basically, you can grab a doughnut and walk a few feet and eat it on the beach, or take it and sit by the pool." The Confidante pop-up will serve many Salty staples, such as traditional glazed buttermilk, maple bacon, and brown butter salt, but will also serve seasonal and weekly specials unique to the Miami Beach location. There will also be a more elaborate coffee program, along with mimosas and other champagne-inspired drinks." written by Clarissa Buch.

 

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Bristol’s Burgers, now opens at 3460 S Ocean Dr, Hollywood. It is a timeless burger joint with modern upgrades in food, drink and design. The unique oval-shaped burgers, created using a proprietary signature blend of beef, will be served on house-made sub rolls and accompanied by ingredient-driven toppings. The menu will highlight five signature burgers including the House Cheeseburger with melted cheddar, house-made pickles and Louis dressing, and the Porter Barbeque Burger with griddled onions, Monterey jack, and porter barbeque sauce. Other modern twists include a vegan quinoa burger, and the option to request a fresh-baked gluten-free roll for any burger. Other highlights from the menu include a unique selection of “wedge” salads, sure-to-be-the-best-you’ve-ever-had chicken wings, the onion “brick” with grilled lemons and horseradish sauce and mini Chicago-style hot dogs also served on house-baked buns. Here is more information about Bristol Burgers :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"You’re on the Intracoastal here. And the patio tables are sweet spots when it comes to some solid boat watching. But seeing as how your shirt will likely be melting off your frame, you can also cool off at the subway-tiled bar inside next to a few flat-screens. The burgers are oval-shaped. But wait, there’s more. Like a sriracha burger and a double-bacon-topped patty with cheddar and everything else on this menu. The shakes. They’ve got one called the Twinkie Boy. It’s made and garnished with, yes, Twinkies. But they’ve also got a special boozy menu when only a bourbon-, rum- or Jäger-spiked milkshake will do."

 

According to Yelp :

"As I gaze upon the ocean and sip the final drinks of my Bristol Tea I find myself really enjoying this place. I found the food to be slightly above average but it has potential to be great with a few upgrades to the menu. They offer a nice selection of craft burgers or chicken and great drink list. Our server was very kind and attentive so shout out to Seydou for great service. The kitchen needs to taste their sauces and flavors to ensure quality but over all the location and experience was pretty good. Give this new spot a chance at least once!" written by Jakob (rated 4 stars).

 

According to Palm Beach New Times :

"The bar at Bristol’s Burgers highlights similar in-house creations, including a selection of boozy (and non-boozy) milkshakes made with homemade ice cream. Flavors include the very adult Southern Belle, a frosty blend of vanilla ice cream, caramel, and bourbon, or the kid-friendly Lunch Box with vanilla ice cream, grape jelly, and peanut butter cups. A full bar offers a wide selection of retro-inspired cocktails like the Bristol's Iced Tea and Build a Mule, or Lemon Drop and Sex on the Beach shots, among others." written by Nicole Danna.

 

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Chef Michael Lewis and General Manager Steven Haigh bring a fresh concept to Miami with the opening of KYU. The wood-fired Asian inspired restaurant features a diverse menu and focuses on professional yet relaxed service and a commitment to green practices.  Located in the heart of Wynwood on 25th St., KYU now opens. Wabi-sabi, the art of finding perfection in something imperfect. This beautiful Japanese mind-set, echoes the philosophy that Chef Michael Lewis and General Manager Steven Haigh emulate throughout the heart and soul of KYU. A diverse menu, offering a wonderful array of flavors inspired by the many adventures and global travels of Chef Lewis and the Japanese barbecue grilling practice, Yakinku. KYU offers a balanced collection, from the refreshing and uplifting chilled crudo to the smokiness and flawlessly charred tastes from the wood fired grill. Here is more information about Kyu :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"Yep, it’s definitely nailed that whole wood-fired-Asian-grill-meets-Wynwood vibe. Raw concrete, local art, wood and metal accents. Pretty much the ideal third-date scenario here. Mostly because your dinner date enjoys such things as duck breast burnt ends. And dinner. You’ll want to aim for a table near the open exhibition kitchen, where you can watch all the smoking and charring happening to your Korean fried chicken with butter-braised chicory or Wagyu beef brisket in black shichimi pepper. But they’ve also got sashimi and snapper tartare if you’re looking to counter all of that. Or, hell, throw a little caution to the wind and go for the Chef Experience instead. That’s six courses and a dessert left entirely to the chef’s whims."

 

According to Eater :

"The grill is the star of the show at KYU, with most of the menu centered around dishes prepared on it. Expect items like duck breast "Burnt Ends," wagyu beef brisket, Thai fried rice along with lighter options like hamachi and crispy spicy snapper tartare. Taking over the former Shikany space, KYU features "elements of the neighborhood in with raw concrete, local art, and wood and metal," with the grill itself serving as the centerpiece inside the open kitchen. It also promises to enlist many "green" practices such as using a Orca waste composter and planting trees to compensate for those used by the wood charcoal grill." written by Olee Fowler.

 

According to Hungry Post :

"Chef Lewis’s menu is influenced by years of global travel   and inspired by Japanese and Korean yakiniku (literally translated to grilled meat in Japanese). The menu will feature a variety of grill specialties, seasonal locally sourced produce and new-style sashimi. Highlights   include   Duck Breast “Burnt Ends” with yuzu pickles; Wagyu Beef Brisket with black shichimi pepper; and Thai Fried Rice Stone Pot; balanced by lighter dishes such as Heirloom Tomatoes with red onion and shiso; Hamachi in white ponzu, green herbs and chili; and Crispy"

 

According to Yelp :

"Beautiful restaurant, great ambience, incredibly attentive staff, our server, Edward (?) was genuinely nice and interested in providing a great experience.  The food was AMAZING.  The soft shell crab buns are a MUST (those buns are so soft and doughy, best buns I've ever had!) !! So delicious! The fried kale another must...so light crunchy and tasty! The burrata and brisket were exquisite.  I had two non-alcoholic drinks (strawberry basil drink and coconut something, forgot the name) which were delish and refreshing.  For dessert the chefs mom's recipe coconut cake was divine. It was THE BEST CAKE I've ever had in my life." written by Giselle (rated 5 stars).

 

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Chef Bee, finally debuts his highly anticipated restaurant NaiYaRa to the public. The restaurant located at 1854 Bay Road, Sunset Harbour Shops features a mix of Thai street fare along with plenty of Japanese specialties that Bee is known for. Named after his daughter, "NaiYaRa" means friendly, honest and hardworking, which is exactly what guests will find at the new eatery. The menu was partly inspired by Bee’s grandmother and features many dishes she once sold at their local village in Northern Thailand like crispy bok choy, chicken dumplings, and creamy ramen noodle soup with prawns, along with a sushi bar spearheaded by Bee. As for drinks, an "extensive bar menu" is available using traditional Thai ingredients for its boozy concoctions created by bartender Anthony "Tibor" Vecsesi. Dinner is now served Monday through Saturday from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Here is more information about NaiYara :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"Anyway, it’s an open, industrial-ish space with a vintage-movie-poster-and-vinyl-album-cover collage in the breezeway. And an elephant mural at the sushi bar. And some repurposed traditional fishing baskets from Thailand sprinkled around everywhere else. Then, tomorrow night, lead your date to a red leather banquette next to the sushi bar. It’s a good vantage point for watching Chef Bee of Oishi Thai fame cook you things. As for what he’s cooking, you can go a few different ways depending on your mood... If you’re feeling the Thai thing: crispy bok choy, creamy ramen noodle soup with prawns or duck in red curry. If you’re feeling the not-Thai thing: salmon belly tacos, otoro nigiri or the NaiYaRa roll with more salmon belly. And to drink, maybe go with a frozen something-or-other like the Killer Bee with gin, lemongrass-infused syrup and Thai chili. Or beer."

 

According to WSVN :

"The menu features Thai and Japanese favorites. I would start with the beef jerky ($14) if I were you. I did and it was amaze-balls amazing. Great flavor, crispy outside, tender inside, little bite sized pieces served with Burmese sticky rice. I would have been happy with just that but Chef Bee insisted we try his favorite childhood dish. It's called chiang rai curry ($16) tender pieces of beef, with egg noodles in a yellow curry sauce that did not disappoint. Bee says his mom used to make it for him as a kid and now they make it, side by side, in the kitchen at NaiYaRa where they work together. We paired it with a crab fried rice ($14) and tried a massaman curry ($22) for comparison. The massaman was good but mom's chiang rai wins. On the raw side the salmon tacos ($15) are not to be missed and the white fish truffle's ($18) subtle sweetness is also a must have."

 

According to New Times :

"The restaurant is decorated in sepia tones with wood and industrial metal features. Miami artist Danny "Krave" Fila designed the restaurant's artwork, which features collages of old Thai posters and an elephant, the restaurant's mascot and namesake, on the far wall near the bar. The dinner menu isn't the long, multi-page affair you'll find in so many Thai restaurants, but it's filled with an ample mixture of favorites from Bee's playbook from his tenure at Oishi Thai. Indeed, fans of the chef will find plenty to familiar dishes like his Burmese noodle wraps ($15). Thick noodles are wrapped around Thai chili paste, palm sugar, and peanuts,  served with a sweet chili/soy dipping sauce. The dish, popular at Khong River House, is as good as remembered, and pretty much a must do starter." written by Laine Doss.

 

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Small batches, big smiles, that's what The Salty Donut is bringing to Miami! The Salty is an Artisanal Donut Shoppe & Coffee Bar with a passion for using fresh, local ingredients. Their executive pastry chef and his team hand-craft donuts in small batches, throughout the day, to ensure every customer gets THE freshest little bundles of dough possible. As obsessed as they are with donuts, they are with coffee! Their coffee program director is bringing a whole new movement of craft coffee to a South Florida that’s BEGGING for more of that Seattle/Portland/LA coffee-culture. Salty Donut will be open early Jan 2016 at Wynwood and start with a pop up at Dec 3rd. Here is more information about Salty Donut :

 

According to Eater :

"Miami is finally getting on the doughnut train with its first craft doughnut shop opening in Wynwood in early 2016 called The Salty Donut. Behind the doughnuts are pastry vet Max Santiago, formerly of The Thompson Hotel and Lure Fishbar, along with Andy Rodriguez and Amanda Pizarro. The shop will open up in the soon-to-be open Wynwood Arcade at 50 NW 24th Street and will feature 12 different doughnuts — four mainstays, four seasonal and four monthly options made with a variety of doughs like cake, brioche and even gluten-free." written by Olee Fowler.

 

According to Burger Beast :

"First & foremost Artisanal Donuts is raised Brioche with a Hatuey Malta glaze & Cinnamon Sugar Maduro Mariquitas & the one near the front is their take on a ‘Boston cream’ made with 24hr raised Brioche, Bavarian Cream, semi-sweet Ganache, Chocolate Curls & Cocoa Dust. Chef Max Santiago (is currently the Executive Pastry Chef at Lure) is ‘the man’ or since we’re in Miami, ‘el hombre’ behind these creations. The store will be located in Wynwood at 74 NW 24th Street at the Wynwood Arcade."

 

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