This past weekend, we checked out two of Miami’s newest restaurants, Georgia’s Union and Katsuya. Check out some photos from the drinks and food at both establishments.
Full reviews coming soon on both spots.
Miami has a new brunch spot to flock to on Sundays, Juvia.
Miami’s most talked about new restaurant, Juvia, has launched a Sunday brunch.
If you haven’t heard by now, Juvia is located on the penthouse level of 1111 Lincoln Road.
Juvia will offer an $85 brunch buffet with bottomless flutes of Laurent-Perrier Champagne, along with other cocktails.
No word on the menu yet, but brunch runs from 12 to 3 p.m.
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Welcome to ‘the food-e’s Hot Plates.’ Each month, we will let you know where everyone is eating at these days. This is where the Miami foodies are going to for the month of April 2012.
Let us know what you think and enjoy!
Juvia, the new restaurant at the 1111 Lincoln Road garage, just announced its lunch service.
Lunch at Juvia will feature quick Bento boxes served weekdays from noon to 3pm. These Bento boxes lunch specials will only be available on the weekdays.
The Bento boxes lunch will cost $24 and you can choose from tuna poke with sesame schimi tosazu, hijiki, red onion, and scallions; chicken Vadouvan with French curry, cipolini onions, porchini, and baby spinach; or Korean marinated short rib. All boxes are served with Jasmine rice, a salad, and a cupcake and served on a tray.
If Bento boxes aren’t your thing, Juvia will also feature a traditional lunch menu consisting of some its dinner items like stone crabs, cured Scottish salmon with fetaand baby arugula, hamachi espuma with micro cilantro, salmon nashi, and beef carpaccio. Traditional lunch is served seven days a week, from noon – 3 p.m.
Now there’s a restaurant at the top of the 1111 Lincoln Road parking garage.
Juvia is a St. Barth import and is now open.
Juvia’s menu is Asian, French, South American and Floridian all in one. Juvia has a vertical rainforest garden wall, which was designed by botanist Patrick Blanc.
Executive chef is Laurent Cantineaux, who is a protégé of Daniel Boulud; executive chef Sunny Oh, who was at the helm of Nobu Restaurant on South Beach for more than a decade; executive sous chef Kaoru Chang, also a Nobu alum, and corporate pastry chef Gregory Gourreau, who worked alongside Alain Ducasse and Francois Payard.
Juvia is open nightly for dinner and will cost you on average $70 per person.
1111 Lincoln road
Miami Beach, FL
This weekend, we checked out one of Miami’s newest pop-up restaurant: Eating House. Eating House comes to us from Chopped winner, Giorgio Rapicavoli. This place is absolutely amazing. Check out some photos of the amazing food.
Our full review from Eating House is coming soon. Remember Eating House will only be around for the next 8 months, so go check it out now!