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Seafood Dinner at Bocce; The Butcher Shop Reviewed

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MIDTOWN – strong>Bocce Bar in Midtown is kicking off its recent opening by getting straight into the holiday spirit and hosting the Feast of the Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve. Short Order reports the restaurant will pay homage to the tradition with an eight-course seafood dinner available for $80 per person (and $110 with wine pairings). Fish-opposed can dig into Bocce's regular offerings, which is also available on Christmas Day, instead. [SO]

FOOD TV – Foodable founder Paul Barron has just launched a new chef reality show called Food as a Lifestyle. The show kicks off with a behind-the-scenes look at Miami restaurateur/chef Adrianne Calvo's (of Adrianne's Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar) day-to-day life and will follow with features on chefs in various major food cities. Episodes are available on FoodableTV.com. [EaterWire]

WYNWOOD - Short Order's Emily Codik pretty shamelessly bashes The Butcher Shop in her latest review. She praises the chicken wings and a rib eye, but as far as the of the food was concerned, says, "[s]omehow, it was both loaded with fat and tasteless -- a difficult achievement, indeed." And adding fuel to the fire, the last thing Codik notes is that although the meal was comped, her and her guest "just ate cold cereal at home for dinner instead." [SO]

Bocce Bar

3252 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33137 786-245-6211

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