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5 New Miami Restaurants You Need to Know About

Poke, ramen, Cuban and more

Poke from Ono Poke Shop
Giovanny Gutierrez

KENDALL — Farm-to-table concept, The Brick, has officially opened its doors. Featuring a menu by restaurant consultant Allen Susser and chef Evan Broomer it serves Southern cuisine like cauliflower mac n’ cheese, chicken biscuits, grass-fed rib eye, plus a full bar. The restaurant is now open Sunday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m. at 8955 SW 72nd Place.

BRICKELL — Taking over the kitchen at Baby Jane is the Japanese ramen import, Shimuja. Its izakaya-style menu features a variety of dumplings, fried chicken, poke, plus three different types of ramen. Operating hours are lunch daily from noon to 3 p.m., dinner from 5 to 11 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and until 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday at 500 Brickell Avenue.

WYNWOOD — It was just a matter of time before Wynwood got a poke shop. The recently opened Ono Poke Shop, led by Makoto vet Amir Anvari it features a selection of signature poke bowls plus create-your-own varieties in a fast causal, Hawaiian themed setting. The shop is no open daily from noon to 8 p.m. at 2320 North Miami Avenue.

DORALLas Vegas Cuban Cuisine is the latest restaurant the list of eateries at The Shops at Downtown Doral. The restaurant features “hearty portions” of popular traditional Cuban dishes like vaca frita and tostones, flan de coco and guava cheesecake, to top off the meal.

SOUTH BEACH — The latest addition to Centro Storico, which is home to the Antico Pizza, Gio’s Chicken features a variety of chicken dishes with or without the bone, traditional Italian pastas and salads. Now open daily from 4 p.m. until “out of chicken” at 1058 Collins Avenue.

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