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The style of cooking and presentation here don't fall far from the Doug Rodriguez tree - plantain-crusted mahi-mahi, oxtail stew, crisp croquetas, kooky ceviches, mini tacos lined up in a wooden stand - yet with its bacalao fritters, fritta sliders, and medianoche sandwiches, D. Rodriguez Cuba is one of the few dining establishments in Miami where you can indulge in creative, contemporary Cuban cuisine. Ceviche might not be Cuban, but it is a Rodriguez specialty. Witness the tiradito of paper-thin snapper slicked with sour orange juice - a sleek, tangy tarp for the ceviche confetti of conch, red pepper, tomato, and crisp fried onion threads. Empanaditas are enticing too, especially an oxtail version with scrumptious smoked pineapple purée. Skip yuca-crusted flatbread in favor of robust salads such as goat cheese-coated watercress with calabaza purée. A favorite among main courses is rabo encendido en lata, or oxtail stew served in a can. Beyond the clever presentation are chunks of braised meat bolstered with tomato, capers, olives, and piquant red wine sauce, all plated upon roasted cauliflower purée. The frozen bittersweet chocolate ganache stogy, one of Rodriguez's whimsical old tricks, comes coated in powdered cocoa and presented in a cigar box. A diverse collection of real cigars is also proffered, as are pitchers of mojitos, Cuba libres, and hand-blended daiquiris.
At Miami Beachs De Rodriguez Cuba on Ocean, things get happy every weekday at 5 p.m. During the $5 at 5 happy hour, a selection of mojitos cost ...
De Rodriguez Cuba on Ocean, is now dishing a Sunday Sangria Latin Jazz Brunch. A complimentary glass of one of six custom sangrias is included in t...
Featuring the Luis Bofill Quartet every Tuesday night
Live music and free cocktails for the ladies from 7-10 p.m
Phenomenal Food, such a nice place, wow it should be full every night because the taste of the food was fantastic from he pan de bono, smoked marlin tacos, Cuban sandwich sticks( to die for) the pork belly, nothing like the crispy and full of flavor chicharron!!!!We know Chef Rodriguez ffrom NYC and he is missed big time in the big city, i dont think people really knows who they have in that spot........unique Cuban and authentic food..
Students all over the state are celebrating Florida School Breakfast Week, in which kids are encouraged to start their day with healthy chow.According to the Food Research and Action Center in Washing... More »
We have three little words for you: Three. Day. Weekend.We've been on this grind since Monday -- and let's face it -- the week's been rough. The early mornings, the lack of sleep, the grilling boss...... More »
Doug Rodriguez isn't the daddy of ceviche; the practice of macerating seafood in citrus juice precedes him by quite a few years. One can say, however, that the renditions he has created locally first at Yuca, then OLA, and now at D. Rodriguez Cuba are the mother of all ceviches: snapper marinated with sour orange and topped with a dice of conch, tomato, red pepper, crisp onions, and garlic ($15); salmon with lemon, chives, jalapeño, and dill over yogurt and cucumber granita ($15);... More »
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