New Restaurants Bring Back Luster to Miami Beach

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Habitat on Miami Beach has a far more ambitious menu and decor than its local competition

It would take a while even to list the mediocre restaurants on Miami Beach, where second-rate branches of wheezing originals elsewhere replace anything even vaguely indigenous. So on a recent trip I was very happy to find a few newcomers that are dedicated to rise above the ordinary.

HABITAT

1 Hotel

2395 Collins Avenue

305-604-6700

Habitat

At Habitat cobia sashimi is dressed with a sauce made from seaweed-infused water.

Puerto Rican-born Jose Mendin’s lengthy résumé includes the opening of Nobu Miami and Nobu London, and a stint in Spain where he steeped himself in both traditional and modern Iberian cuisine. Upon his return to the U.S. Mendin helmed Sushisamba Miami Beach and a branch in Las Vegas, followed by Mexican concepts in Chicago and Miami.

 

by forbes.com

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