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Local Miami Restaurant Reviews and Guides, South Florida Restaurants and Events.
Local Miami Restaurant Reviews and Guides, South Florida Restaurants and Events.

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Special Event "Wynwood Brewing Company" turns "One"
 
The Wynwood Brewing Company is celebrating one year since opening its doors as the City of Miami’s first production microbrewery and the Brignonis want to celebrate with the whole South Florida craft beer community. The festivities will be on Saturday, August 16th starting at 12 p.m. at 565 NW 24th Street with the street closed between NW 5th and 6th Avenue, details of event at craftbeer.com

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Just a little twist to our logo, the fresh new look!  Visit us at www.miamifoodreview.com. Would you like us to review your favorite restaurant, let us know at editor@miamifoodreview, how about if you review your favorite restaurant. We are all about great places to eat in and around the Magic City.  Whether your favorite place is a lounge, bar, club or corner dive, send us a quick email or tweet.  We are all about great places, we leave let all the other guys talk about the bad ones.
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to host a food show on T.V.  Well, here is the host of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives", Guy Fieri, with a behind the scenes video of what it takes. 

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Homemade Pita Bread just came out of the oven.  I used nutritional yeast instead of cheddar this time.  http://fooddonelight.com/cheddar-pita-bread/
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Here at Burger and Beer Joint, it is our goal to make you feel apart of our B&B family. Open for a year now, B&B is to say the least, a local success story.


Photo Credit:
Charlie Garcia
Email: charlie22garcia@gmail.com
The concept of B&B was created from the ground up, and was built through dedicated, hard-working people that shared the same motivation and vision. Overcoming many obstacles, we have expanded to our now open Brickell location. One of our many goals at B&B was to fill a much needed niche within the Miami area.



It is safe to say that we have filled it as South Beach’s local burger and beer bar that everyone’s talking about. A combination including our energetic employee team ready to serve mouth watering dishes, mixed with a full blown soda fountain serving up egg creams, shakes and adult beverages, sprinkled with our 10lb MAMMOTH burger creates the tri-fecta of B&B.



You can’t get enough of this place, just ask our regulars! Love the South Beach B&B? Then we’re sure you’ll love the Brickell B&B. We made sure both B&B locations capture the unique décor, featuring 120-year-old Chicago brick walls, wooden booths, copper ceilings and outdoor patios. Come see for yourself what everyone is talking about! Buy Restaurant.com Gift Certificates!


Burger & Beer Joint


South Beach Location:
1766 Bay Rd.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: 305-672-EATS (3287)

Brickell Location:
900 S. Miami Ave Ste.130
Miami, FL 33130
Phone: 305-523-2244

Contact our Events Coordinator Today!
Katie ladarola
Phone: 305.632.3287
E: katie@bnbjoint.com

Website: http://www.burgernbeerjoint.com/

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Bongo's Cuban Cafe

This is as close as it gets to Havana's Tropicana, the swanky, pre-Castro supper club where "Babalu" was born. The salsa theme puts on the ritz accompanied by lots of Cuban food, lots of Cuban music, and lots of Cubans period.

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Adjacent to the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami, this high-energy venue re-creates “Old Havana” style with tropical décor and live entertainment that encourages patrons to hit the dance floor between courses. The lunch/dinner menu features Cuban classics such as ham croquettes ($5), Cuban sandwiches ($8), and entrées such as shrimp with garlic sauce ($19), Cuban-style skirt steak ($19), and Bongos’ famous shredded chicken ($14): a twist on vaca frita (shredded beef), which is also available. Keeping with Cuban tradition, the desserts include a rich rice pudding ($5) and a three-milk cake ($6) that’s so dense and sweet you will need a cortadito ($2.75) to wash it down. A family-friendly venue with vegetarian options and a full kids’ menu, Bongos is a great stop for any pre- or post-arena activities. The views of the bay from virtually every seat in the restaurant are a bonus.
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