Are you ready for a culinary adventure that will take you around the world in 80 bites? Here’s to 3 three new dining spots in Miami that offer unique and exciting experiences. From the lively, retro vibes of 1970s Tel Aviv at Branja, to the chic and elegant ambiance of a Parisian brasserie at Tablé, and the taste of San Sebastian’s coastal cuisine at Zeru:
Branja – Escape to 1970s Tel Aviv at This Eclectic Restaurant Craving an authentic Israeli culinary experience? Look no further than Branja, where Chef Tom Aviv has brought his culinary prowess from Tel Aviv to Miami. A true MasterChef winner, Aviv has created an exciting menu that blends the rich, regional flavors of Israel with diverse global influences that he’s picked up during his travels around the world. The restaurant’s vibrant design takes you back in time to a Telavivian market circa the 1970s, creating a lively “social house” atmosphere. Open for dinner from 6:30 pm to 11 pm Tuesday through Saturday, and brunch from noon to 6 pm on Sundays.
Tablé by Bachour – A French-Inspired Haven for Foodies and Pastry Lovers Step into the heart of Paris at Tablé by Bachour, a chic new restaurant and café from Miami’s very own pastry king, Antonio Bachour. Bringing his signature French cuisine to the Design District, Bachour’s inspired menu will take your taste buds on a journey you won’t forget. The comfortable and stylish interior, bar, and outdoor patio provide the perfect backdrop for a memorable meal, while the café offers grab-and-go fare ranging from baked goods to savory meats sliced to order. Don’t miss the in-house bakery, where you can watch the baking action go down! Open daily from 8 am to 11 pm.
Zeru – A Taste of Heaven in Miami’s Brickell Neighborhood Get ready for a Mexican-inspired culinary experience that will take you straight to the coast of San Sebastian in the Basque Country! Zeru, meaning “heaven” in Basque, has arrived in Miami’s trendy Brickell neighborhood, offering a signature menu that highlights the best of Spanish cuisine. The restaurant’s mouth-watering dishes, such as the famous King crab cooked over charcoal and served with saffron mayo and grilled lemon, are sure to delight your taste buds. Located on the ground floor of the AKA Hotel, Zeru is open daily from 6 pm to midnight, so you can indulge in their delicious menu any time you like!