Once you start dining on stuff like risotto croquettes w/truffle oil & green sauce, or duck Magret a la plancha in stunning surroundings reminiscent of an Asian meditation room, you realize Yann is, just being brutally honest.
Not only is Bocce Bar giving you a take on Italian (sage butter-basted veal and the must-try ricotta di buffalo) from the Sushi Samba peeps, but is also allowing you to unleash your inner Vito Corleone/Michael Cera.
R House does quite the opposite and hangs a rotating collection on its movable walls while totally inviting you to gorge on sweet pea falafels, cinnamon coriander-rubbed lamb shanks, sweet chili-glazed skirt steaks, and other meat creations.
After completely owning the beef scene with Bourbon Steak in Aventura, Michael Mina's opened his 19th eatery at the Fonatinebleau, and'll be serving the best dishes from the other 18 to the post-LIV crowd ‘til 4am on weekends.
Even though the name might sound like this South Miami breadtopia is actually a… showroom for coffee makers, it’s in fact a novel new concept where you pick a deliciously grill-able item like this ribeye with Aji Panca and turnip.