For a city that seemingly doesn't sleep, the town certainly lacks in terms of around-the-clock eats. That's changing with Biscayne Diner now re-open at 8601 Biscayne Boulevard, according to Miami New Times.
Manning the 24-hour-a-day kitchen is husband and wife team Alfredo Alvarez, who helped opened Seaspice (formerly know as Seasalt & Pepper) ,and Tara Nicosia. They spruced up the place giving it retro-diner feel with checkered floors, red booths and a fresh graffiti paint job on the outside.
The menu serves up conventional diner eats like waffles, burgers and pastrami sandwiches, along with more unconventional diner fare such as zucchini croquettes, veggie tacos and peanut butter and jelly French toast. [Miami New Times]