3 New Dining Experiences To Consider!

BY Michael Muzquiz | November 2, 2018 | Feature Features

Your next great meal awaits!
The Asian Night Brunch at EAST Miami's Tea Room is now a thing.

Night Moves 

Regulars at EAST, Miami know that one of the hotel’s most enchanting spots is the 40th-floor Tea Room, a lounge that offers some of the best views of the city. That’s why we’re certain the venue’s new Asian Night Brunch ($88 per person) is sure to be a runaway hit. Available from Thursday through Sunday from 6 to 11PM, the meal offers a menu divided into five different categories with highlights such as the ahi tuna tower with quail egg, Korean short rib with kimchi-spiced cucumber, tamarind duck bun, lobster roll with lobster tempura and Bangbang shrimp served with red tobiko. Desserts include bananas Foster cake and Asian gingerbread pudding with chocolate, ginger and vanilla rum sauce. Enhancing the whole experience is an acoustic guitar performance playing during dinner, followed by a live DJ set from 10PM to 2AM. 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami, 305.712.7000

Wynwood Wonder

Wynwood’s evolution into a sophisticated dining destination continues with the recent arrival of Doma. Here, Luca Lomonaco does double duty as both owner and master sommelier while chef Vincenzo Salvatore takes care of the menu, which emphasizes seafood as well as local and seasonal ingredients from across the state. Among the standout dishes are Neapolitan fried pizza with tomato, Mediterranean beef tartare with goat cheese foam, local red shrimp with heirloom tomato and grilled local sword sh with seasonal vegetable caponata. For dessert, only the indulgent Caprese chocolate almond cake with vanilla ice cream will do. 35 NE 26th St., Miami, 786.953.6946 

That’s Amore!

Renowned restaurateurs Fabio and Maria Trabocchi are bringing their culinary cred to Coral Gables with Fiola Miami, an outpost of their Michelin-starred eatery in Washington, D.C. “Our family has vacationed in South Florida for years, and we’ve been fortunate to watch it grow into one of the world’s most exciting culinary and cultural destinations,” says Fabio. “Maria and I are delighted to open Fiola in a place with which we feel a strong connection.” The new Fiola menu will stay honest to the original with proven dishes such as lobster ravioli with ginger and chives, bucatini with sea urchin, and prosciutto-wrapped veal chop with osso bucco sauce, gremolata and Alba hazelnuts. The restaurant’s wine list will include selections from its 8,000-bottle wine cellar. A Sunday brunch with live jazz is in the works. 1500 San Ignacio Ave., Coral Gables, 305.912.2639

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