Thursday, November 30, 2006

Stay Tuned for Genuine Food

Miami is booming and the gargantuan construction projects dotting the horizon testify to that. Fringe benefits of all this development are the new fantastic restaurants on the Miami dining horizon. One to watch is Michael's Genuine Food & Drink which will be located in the Design District at 130 N.E. 40th Street.

There's no official opening date yet, but I hear January is the launch.
With an emphasis on foods sourced from local farmers, some dishes to look forward to:
pan roasted yellowjack served with sweet corn cake, yellow curry sauce and a stir fry of mushrooms, carrots and pearl onions, grilled 20 oz. porterhouse steak accompanied by whole roasted garlic, homemade French fries and porcini Worcestershire, Indian style almond braised lamb shank with braised greens and pan seared coriander dusted tuna.


Anonymous said...

Sounds deelish! We need more options in the DD, unless you count the new Starbucks at Target.

Anonymous said...

Well, there's also Stop Miami and Sheba. Oh, and Luna Cafe on Biscayne.

Arielle Castillo said...

and canela, just north of luna cafe... and A... and amendment XXI... and elements... and michy's a little further north.. andiamo... soyka.. that thai place next to soyka


however, i will agree that we need more places open late for dinner and on the weekends.