Northeast of the intersection between South Miami Avenue and Southeast 13th Street, Happea’s is serving up its plant-based Mediterranean-Latin fusion in its full-service Brickell restaurant. The brand has also opened a pickup/delivery-only location in Aventura, according to recent coverage in the Miami New Times.
Chef Danny Omari—formerly of Los Angeles—has dreamed up a health-conscious, plant-based menu featuring all-day brunch, shareables, bowls, and more. Brunch dishes include the Mediterranean Breakfast, with OJ and coffee, plus an array of spreads like hummus, tzatziki, and tahini to accompany Zak the Baker Bread. Shareable appetizers include Classic Warm Hummus, Guacamole, and Roasted Tomato & Eggplant Tartare.
Fusion Bowls include the Wynwood, served with a base of spinach, quinoa, and warm hummus; a dressing of tahini and mango chutney; and a whole mess of toppings: falafel, chickpeas, caramelized onions, roasted mushrooms, roasted tomatoes, roasted eggplant, tomato, cucumber, and pickle. Sandwich varieties like Falafel, Buffalo Chick’n, and the Mission: Impossible Burger round out the menu nicely.
Smoothies and cold-pressed juices are also on offer.
The Brickell location is part of a shopping center on South Miami Avenue between Southwest 12th Street and Southwest 13th Street, which is also home to eateries like My Ceviche, Poke 305 Brickell, Piola, and Acre.