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Route 9 Stopping Soon In Coral Gables

Status: Aiming for a mid-January to February 1 ETA, Route 9, opening in the Gables space formerly known as Don Chile and named after the road where The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY is located (and where the husband/wife chef/owners met), will offer American-style cuisine with a bit of Latin and Florida flair. "It'll be a nice mix of comfort food with gourmet touches," said owner Jeremy Goldberg, who has been the GM of Johnny V Las Olas, Escopazzo and the now defunct Michael's Kitchen. Wife Paola has been the GM at Timo for the past 5 years. "Lots of small plates and fun things to share," he adds, covering the fish, meat, veggie, cheese/charcuterie and homemade pastries categories. "Boutique wines and craft beer list will be very important to us." Goldberg also tells us that service will be paramount and value will be "huge" with non special entrees ranging from $16 to $26. [EaterWire]

Route 9

1915 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida 33134 305 569 9009 Visit Website

Route 9

1915 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables FL

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