Boia De Opens Their Doors in Miami This Summer

Luis R. Rigual | August 21, 2019 | Food & Drink

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Crispy potato skins with burrata, caviar and hardboiled egg

Many a Design District regular lamented the closing of La Pollita, the Mexican food truck that stood its ground among the retail riches of the neighborhood. But you can’t blame owners Luciana Giangrandi and Alex Meyer from concentrating on newer and bigger things. By the time you read this, the doors to Boia De should be open. The new Buena Vista restaurant features a menu that highlights both chefs’ love for well-sourced ingredients and precise techniques. Sure-to-be-standouts include the baked clams with ‘njuda and lemon, bone marrow with roasted garlic and a tomatillo-cilantro salsa, and crispy potato skins with burrata, caviar and hardboiled egg. The wine list covers both Europe and the Americas. We expect desserts to be just as exciting. 5205 NE Second Ave., Miami, boiaderestaurant.com



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