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Tigre Miami

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Mains are a bit more straightforward—among them a beautiful swordfish steak and a well-seasoned churrasco—and are best paired with a side (we enjoyed the garlicky charred broccolini). Flanked by layers of tropical foliage, the pastel-hued indoor-outdoor spaces exude understated, Old World glamor while the slow-moving river encourages a relaxed pace. Deserving of its own mention, the curvilinear wood and rattan interior bar bends over the dining room to create an inviting nook for enjoying Tigre’s menu of typical aperitifs and inventive specialty cocktails.If you’re in for a bite, the restaurant offers a modern take on Argentine cuisine that takes cues from American cuisine and Miami’s multicultural influences. Their menu features a wide variety of small plates inspired by Argentine classics like Palmito salad made with grilled heart of palm, radicchio, shaved fennel & parmesan, preserved lemon vinaigrette, and the Milanga, a modern take on the typical breaded veal fillet made with smoked and breaded heritage pork chops, charred napa cabbage slaw, apple butter. Tigre’s dishes are all made using the best products from local farms and vendors and have a strong focus on seasonal ingredients.

The South of Fifth neighborhood in Miami Beach has truly turned into a place where diners go for an expensive, dress-up dining experience — which is why Abbalé Telavivian Kitchen, or Abba, is such an unexpected surprise. The eatery is inside a tiny white house with a porch filled with bougainvillea and comfortable benches festooned with tufted pillows. The homey and charming setting is perfect for chef Samuel Gorenstein's menu. Gorenstein, best known for making fresh seafood accessible at My Ceviche, partnered with Omer Horev, founder of Pura Vida Miami; the restaurant's name comes from the Hebrew word for "father," and it celebrates the food that the owners share with their families at home. Start with the Holy Grail ($6) of tahini, grated tomato, and green harissa served with fire-baked pita before digging into a shakshuka ($18), a baked Mediterranean egg dish, or a roasted local fish ($32). Abba's Mediterranean dishes are perfect for Miami's climate, served in a beautiful setting. (Source: www.miaminewtimes.com)

 

 

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