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Pubbelly Sushi Heads to Downtown Dadeland, and More News You Might Have Missed

A roundup of news stories from the past week

Pubbelly Sushi

— Love Panther Coffee but hate waiting in line? Good thing, there’s now an app for that courtesy of local startup SpeedETab.

Pubbelly Sushi is continuing its sushi domination of Florida heading to Kendall this summer in Downtown Dadeland, right after it opens up in Aventura.

Mdough, Miami’s original cookie cup has officially released it’s latest creation: a guava and cheese pastelisto doughie, made with Versailles pastelitos naturally. Available every Wednesday and Thursday on UberEats.

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— Florida was shut out of the James Beard Awards for the second straight year. Catch up on who made the cut - including former Miami culinary star, Nina Compton - here.

— Good news: Eating House’s famous 4/20, stoner-friendly dinner is back for its fifth year. Bad news: you probably won’t be able to snag a table.

Butcher Shop Beer Garden is taking its talents to Palm Beach next, with a new location set to open this month.

Marie Antoinette’s head
Barton G

Time Out revealed the “10 weirdest and wonderful food across the world” and guess what made the cut? A head topped with cotton candy powdered pompadour wig surrounded by cake, aptly called the Marie Antoinette’s head, at Barton G.

Salty Donut had a somewhat salty falling out with their chef. Its now former chef dishes about it here.

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