Jun 07 2016

Miami Smokers Pop-Up Opens in Brickell June 13

By Alexandria Guerra for Miami New Times   Brickell has recently undergone a surge of incoming restaurants including Baby Jane, Zuuk Mediterranean Kitchen, Quinto la Huella, Bachour Bakery & Bistro, and Coyo Taco. Now locals and gourmands have another reason to visit Miami's ever-expanding financial district thanks...

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May 27 2016

Party In The Smokehouse!

By Colors&Flavors   Urban Smokehouse, Miami Smokers hosts a party at their Little Havana venue to celebrate their feature on the Food Networks; Diners, Drive-ins and Drives on Friday 27th May   Guy Fieri, the lively, lovable host and king of the Food Network will be driving through Little Havana on...

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May 25 2016

Nobu Miami Eden Roc offering three Spring menus

In examiner.com   Nobu Miami Eden Roc on Miami Beach has launched three new menus this spring: a weekly Sunday Brunch; a “Nobu Now” Prix-Fixe Lunch menu; and a Signature Lunch Tasting Menu. The menus are the first-ever prix-fixe offerings from Nobu Miami (http://www.nobuhotels.com/Eden-Roc-Nobu-Hotel)   Executive Chef for Nobu...

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May 18 2016

Miami Smokers Urban Smokehouse

In Miami New Times   Andres Barrientos and James Bowers started Miami Smokers in a few coolers while working at a catering company. The goal? To make better bacon. Soon the business moved into Bowers' Coconut Grove apartment, where they produced mounds of the smoky, salty stuff...

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May 18 2016

Miami Smokers opening retail shop & deli in Little Havana

By Lesley Abravanel for Miami.com   Miami's Fabulous Bacon Boys, Andres Barrientos and James Bowers of Miami Smokers,  are officially opening a smokehouse and deli at 306 NW 27th Avenue in Little Havana on October 13. The duo, which suffered through a not so smokin' Kickstarter campaign last year, already cure and smoke Heritage Breed pork bellies...

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May 18 2016

Sparky’s Cuban Sandwich: A Happy Accident

By Zachary Fagenson for Miami New Times   In early 2013, Mimi Gross told her husband she wanted Cuban food. That man was Hans Seitz, owner of the downtown barbecue spot Sparky's along with Kevin Kehoe, who was testing ham recipes and fortuitously had Dijon mustard, pickles, Swiss...

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