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The 2017 “Unofficial” SOBEWFF event guide

In MIAbites   Welcome the 65,000 attendees of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival February 23-26!  Don’t despair if you got closed out of a coveted event, or found the prices a bit rich for your tastes. In celebration of Miami’s own amazing food scene, local chefs and restaurants have come up with some creative and unique events of their own. Hence, the “Unofficial” SOBEWFF guide is here:   Friday February 24th-   Pubbelly Sushi- 12 AM-3 AM- Head on over to Pubbelly Sushi at midnight for Late Night Ramen hosted by Richie Nakano formerly of Hapa Ramen. Pubbelly Sushi 1424 20th St. Miami Beach, FL.   Read full article    ...

This Week’s Top Food Events: The “Unofficial” SOBEWFF Edition

By Olee Fowler for Eater Miami   Your weekly tasty event round up in Miami Week of February 20 SOUTH BEACH — Feast on a late night ramen fix when Pubbelly Sushi (1421 20th St.) hosts ramen expert Richie Nakano, formerly of Hapa Ramen in San Francisco for a late night ramen party from midnight to 3 a.m. on February 24.   Read full article  ...

Your Complete Guide To The South Beach Wine & Food Festival

By Forbes Travel Guide Correspondent Ana Mantica   What do you get when you combine Miami’s sun, sand and surf with an impressive lineup of celebrity chefs, endless tables of gourmet food and scores of fine wine? The perfect recipe for another knockout Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF). Back for its 16th year, SOBEWFF (February 22 to 26) is rolling out more than 90 events from South Beach to Coral Gables and north up to Fort Lauderdale, including tastings, intimate dinners, seminars, live cooking demos and late-night parties. To make the most of your gastronomic affair, here is everything you need to know about what to expect, what to taste and see, and where to stay.   What to know While parking is available, it is quite limited, so you may be better off taking a ride-sharing service like Lyft or Uber. For Grand Tasting Village ticket holders, there’s a free park-n-ride option with shuttle service to and from festival parking in downtown Miami (NE Eighth Street between NE First Avenue and NE Second Avenue) and drop-off/pick-up at 13th Avenue and Collins on South Beach. Considering you’ll be on the sand, you’ll want to pack appropriate footwear. And since Miami weather can be unpredictable, sunblock and a small umbrella are always good to have on hand. Insider tip: Because all events start on time, avoid being tardy so that you don’t miss a bite. Before you head out the door, double check that you have your tickets and a valid ID for proof of age.   What to taste and see   The parties continue late into the night throughout the weekend. If you’re around on Thursday, head to the rooftop Food & Wine Kick Off After Party at The Langford Hotel’s Pawn Broker bar in downtown Miami (February 23, 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.). On Friday, relive your ramen-noodle-eating college days at Late Night Ramen at Pubbelly Sushi, Miami Beach with chef Richie Nakano (February 24, 12 to 3 a.m.).   Read full article        ...

Fourth Pubbelly Sushi opens in Brickell

By Susan Bryant for southflorida.com   Pubbelly Sushi 701 S. Miami Ave, Suite 421, Miami, 786-899-5038, PubbellySushi.us   The fourth floor of Brickell City Centre has become home to the fourth location of this mini chain, founded in Miami Beach in 2011. “We wanted to integrate our neighborhood sushi concept into a more urban setting but keep the concept’s original soul,” James Beard Award-nominated chef Jose Mendin says. “We steered the design to a more modern look, where the sushi and cocktail bars act as the centerpiece.” Favorites include butter crab roll ($12), salmon tartare taquito with avocado mousse ($12) and tuna pizza ($16). New selections include garlic hamachi roll ($16) and the Heat Roll with spicy tuna and albacore ($16) — a nod to the chain’s AmericanAirlines Arena location. The Japanese robata grills chicken yakitori ($10), steak anticucho ($16) and octopus with spicy lemongrass and crispy garlic ($18). A revamped drink menu features five anime-inspired cocktails ($13), such as Light Yagamia with shochu, charred pineapple, chipotle syrup and yuzu and Arsene Lupin III with sake, lychee shrub, shiso leaf and lemon.   Read full article    ...

Valentine’s Day Dining Guide : Miami

In The FOOD-E   Pubbelly Sushi – Miami Beach / Brickell Menu highlights include: Toro Tartare – white soy & black truffles; Tempura Lobster Roll – red curry, bibb lettuce, crispy leeks; Duck & Foie Gras – black truffles, white teriyaki, nashi pear; The Forbidden Jar – chocolate, salted caramel, berries. Address: Miami Beach – 1424 20th Street Brickell – 701 S. Miami Ave #421   Read full article    ...

Dining Guide: Brickell City Centre

By Jennifer Agress for Digest Miami   Grab a Bite to Eat at the New BCC Miami’s hottest new shopping and lifestyle venue, Brickell City Centre, is already popular for its perfect location, impressive stature and stunning design. And thanks to restaurateurs and chefs far and wide, this new hotspot now has a bevy of tasty restaurants thrown into the mix. Grab a quick bite to eat at Haagen Dazs or Dr. Smood, fuse dinner and a movie at the soon-to-be-opened Cinemex, or try one of our favorite restaurants listed below. Don’t know where to start? Take a peek at their menus and let the food speak for itself – it’ll give new meaning to the word “shopping break.”   Pubbelly Sushi Everyone in Miami knows about the Pubbelly Boys, and for good reason. They’ve single-handedly started some of the best restaurants in the Magic City, from the original Pubbelly, to PB Station, Pawn Broker, and of course, Pubbelly Sushi. The latter of this list now has a location in the Brickell City Centre, where it serves up small plates of Asian-inspired snacks in a pub atmosphere. On the menu? Starters like shisito peppers and pork belly, cooked seafood, and raw sushi rolls that fuse traditional Japanese cooking with gastropub-friendly fare: like the Octopus Ceviche roll, Wagyu Beef Tartare roll, and the Rockshrimp Tempura roll with spicy tuna tartare. Pubbelly Sushi is located at Suite 421 in Miami’s Brickell City Centre. It serves lunch Monday to Saturday, from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dinner is served Sunday through Thursday, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, from 5 p.m. to Midnight.   Read full article    ...

Pubbelly Sushi Opens New Brickell Location

In Miami Food Pug   Earlier this month, the heavily anticipated Pubbelly Sushi at Brickell City Centre opened its doors. Led by Executive Chef Jorge Mijangos, this outpost marks the Pubbelly Boys’ latest venture on the mainland after Downtown Miami’s PB Station and Pawn Broker. Fans of the original PB Sushi location in Sunset Harbour will find many of their favorite rolls alongside new additions that are sure to become favorites as well. Here’s a closer look at the menu.   [gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="6458,6457"]     Pubbelly Sushi is all about sharing, which is great since you’ll want to try a little bit from each section; it’s recommended that each person orders 2-3 dishes each. The quintessential Pubbelly Sushi experience begins with a classic: Tuna Pizza. While newcomers might be taken aback by the name, one bite is enough to understand why it’s so popular. The pizza’s delectable combination of crispy tortilla, garlic aioli, truffle oil and super-fresh tuna is the perfect way to start your dining experience. The Tostones with Ceviche — one of our personal faves — grabs you by the taste buds immediately and makes you wonder what culinary sorcery was used to develop this perfect dish. We’re tired of seeing ceviche on every Miami menu in one shape or another, but not here; there will be nothing left on your plate — guaranteed.   Read full article              ...

Miami Local Eats: Favorite “go to” spots from MIAbites Contributors

In MIAbites   So much has been written recently about the exciting growth of the Miami food scene. The talented chefs, creative use of ingredients and fresh local produce, upscale ethnic flavors and emerging neighborhoods have garnered much praise and numerous James Beard nominations . But how about where we live?  How about that good meal for under $100 per person? MIAbites is proud to feature our favorite local spots “down the street or around the corner” from where we all live.   Jennifer Massolo- Miami Beach (and with teenagers!)   Well our local “go to” spots are Huahuas Tacos, Spris Pizza and Pubbelly Sushi.   Read full article    ...

Pubbelly Sushi Goes West. To Brickell, Specifically. Be Happy About This.

By Ginger Harris for Urban Daddy   Pubbelly Sushi. The very name conjures up images of salmon tartare taquitos, sake cocktails and shiny new locations in Brickell. Though that last one may be exclusive to their shiny new location in Brickell. Yes, after being associated with words like “James” and “Beard” and “I find this food more delicious than not” time and time again, Team Pubbelly thought it was high time that Pubbelly Sushi Brickell City Centre existed. And so it does now. It’s got the same neighborhood-y vibe as its South Beach counterpart. It just feels a bit more...

Pubbelly Sushi Makes its Grand Debut in Brickell City Centre

In chatchow   A South Beach favorite has arrived to the Miami mainland. Pubbelly Sushi, led by five-time James Beard-nominated chef, Jose Mendin, has started off 2017 debuting their second location of PB Sushi in Miami on the fourth floor of the newly opened Brickell City Centre – and we got the first look at the menu. Taking the helm of the Brickell kitchen is Executive Chef Jorge Mijangos, who is dishing up favorites that we all know and love from the original location like the Garlic Hamachi Roll with Hamachi tartare, crispy garlic, cucumber, avocado and chili oil; the oh-so-decadent Snow Crab Roll with gomma soy paper, warm snowcrab, ponzu, claried butter and the Bigeye Tuna made with spicy tuna, “arroz pegao”, rocotto cream, sea salt. Other non-sushi items include an assortment of robata grilled items like Sea Scallops with miso butter and yuzu-truffle sauce; French Onion Miso Soup made with soft tofu scallions, gruyere toast, onion confit; a variety of grilled veggies like the Truffle Corn with cotija, yuzu and truffle crema; and of course, you can’t forget dessert made by the one and only Maria Orantes like the Coco Loco with compressed pineapple, brown butter strussel, white chocolate blondie, coconut ice cream, coconut mousse and candied coconut chips. New to the team is industry vet Will Rivas, who now serves as the Pubbelly Group Beverage Director and Head of Cocktail Development. Lending his expertise to Pubbelly Sushi, Rivas has reworked the Sake & Shochu menu including the Light Yagamia with Awa No Kaori Sudachi Shochu, charred pineapple, chipotle syrup, yuzu; Arsene Lupin III with sake, lychee shrub, shiso leaf, lemon, topped with sparkling sake, and the Ezra Scarlet with Awa No Kaori Sudachi Shochu infused with strawberries, lemon and topped with cava. (Do you see a pattern with the names?)   [gallery size="medium" ids="6230,6231,6232"]   Read full article    ...

Mignonette and Pubbelly Sushi Debut Their Second Miami Outposts

By Olee Fowler for Eater Miami   Now it’ll be even easier to dine at one of these spots   Two of Miami’s favorite restaurants opened up their second 305 locations over the weekend. Seafood lovers in North Miami can get their fill of the oysters at Mignonette Uptown, which debuts today at 13951 Biscayne Boulevard in the former Gourmet Diner spot, while Pubbelly Sushi has taken up a spot at 701 South Miami Avenue, Suite 421. As for Pubbelly Sushi, it is now holding court inside Brickell City Centre, marking its fourth location in the world — and second in Miami. Taking the helm of the Brickell kitchen is Executive Chef Jorge Mijangos, who will help dish up favorites like the Butter Crab Roll, Tuna Pizza and Salmon Tartare Taquito, while the beverage program will be executed by Will Rivas. Located on the fourth floor of the complex, it features an open kitchen, warm woods and charcoal walls plus indoor and outdoor dining seating.   Read full article  ...

Pubbelly Sushi Opens Third Location, in Brickell City Centre

By Rebecca McBane for Miami New Times   Brickell City Centre is known for high-end shopping and chi-chi downtown dining, but that's not what the Pubbelly Boys' chef Jose Mendin had in mind when he chose the complex for the next Pubbelly Sushi location. After a soft opening Friday for friends and family, the new Brickell location officially opens its doors today, bringing to the growing downtown scene what Mendin likes to think of as your friendly neighborhood sushi restaurant, turned up a notch. According to Mendin, Brickell was the perfect spot to propagate the Pubbelly ethos, which began in Miami Beach in 2011. "This will be our third Pubbelly Sushi," Mendin says. "It’s the same soul from Miami Beach but a newer, more modern design. We kept the food very similar. We tried to give people the next level of the neighborhood sushi restaurant, but still affordable. I worked for Nobu for a lot of years, and we don’t want to go that high-end. We want to be more affordable, but still modern and cutting-edge." In the kitchen at the latest Pubbelly is another Nobu alum and one of Mendin's close friends, executive chef Jorge Mijangos. "Jorge and I opened Nobu Miami back in 2001, and we were very good friends and stayed friends all these years," Mendin says. "When I left Nobu, we stayed in touch. Jorge went to be the chef at Nobu Bahamas and then Nobu Mexico and Nobu L.A. He contacted me that he was going to come back to Miami, so we started talking about how we could bring him back to the company. We’re very excited to have him."   Read full article  ...

Best Desserts in Miami: 2016 Saturday Sweets

By Amber Love Bond for MIAbites   As 2016 comes to an end, I am taking time to reflect on an amazing year filled with even more amazing sweets. It’s safe to say this was my sweetest year yet!  I’ve made my way through kitchens all over Miami and gained wonderful new friends along the way. Here are my top five favorite desserts of 2016 - in no particular order because having to pick only five was hard enough!   Nutella Brownie - Pubbelly Sushi (Dough Bar 305 available during Sunday Brunch) The peeps at Pubbelly have had a huge year, from making their way to the mainland at The Langford downtown and soon (very soon) to Brickell City Centre and then even to out sea on the Norwegian Escape, but it’s great to see that their original spots in Sunset Harbour are still kicking butt.  Especially when it comes to pastry chef Maria’s brunch desserts.  The Nutella Brownie lit up my life in 2016 and might even be my favorite use of Nutella all year, which says a lot considering the quantities of Nutella I find myself eating regularly.  I’m so thankful to know it will never find its way off the menu, because people would be expected to riot - not me, don’t worry ;) but I know they are out there.     Read full article    ...