Semilla, the popular eatery on South Beach's Alton Road, has rebooted its identity. Chef/owner Frederic Joulin opened the restaurant in late 2013 as an eatery and bar with offerings that fused French cuisine and locally inspired dishes. As regular customers demanded a larger, constant choice......
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Bar Roma will welcome Easter celebrants for a festive midday meal in Andersonville on Sunday, April 21. In addition to the regular brunch menu, executive chef Fred Ramos will offer an array of Easter specials, including: split pea soup; veal parmesan panino; ziti pasta al forno; honey baked ham with eggs and breakfast potatoes; and carrot cake with cinnamon gelato (menu detailed below). Toast to the holiday with a variety of brunch cocktails from bubbly (Bar Roma Spritz; Mimosa; Peach Bellini) and spice (Circus Maximus Bloody Mary; Italian Michelada) to favorites (Pomegranate Basil Smash; Hemingway 1919) and fresh squeezed juices. Guests may also enjoy an unlimited bubbly brunch package, featuring the choice of any brunch entree and bottomless bubbles for $24 per person. Bar Roma is open for brunch on Easter Sunday from 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., followed by dinner service from 5-9 p.m. Bar Rom Easter Brunch SpecialsZuppa $8Split pea soup, smoked ham hock, buttered croutons Panino $12Breaded veal parmesan sandwich, mozzarella, provolone cheese, baby arugula, kettle chips Pasta del Giorno $13 Nonna’s...
This Sunday is St. Patrick's Day, a day marked with clovers, corned beef, and libations. This year, toss the green beer and opt for a more sophisticated tipple with one of these emerald concoctions. From Irish riffs on tropical favorites to charming Guinness and coffee medleys, wet your whistle with......
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