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Eno's brings a new way of sampling wine to Lincoln Road. Sleek wine vending machines line the walls, and there is ample bar seating under large chandeliers. The menu focuses on a sizable selection of antipasti. There's the Español mixed platter ($20), which includes serrano ham, chorizo, Manchego, and olives. Or try the Français mixed platter ($23), with salami, camembert, foie gras, and goat cheese. In addition, guests can assemble their own platters by selecting individual cured meats and cheeses. Enos also offers European-style salads and sandwiches such as Caprese ($10) and prosciutto with black olive tapenade ($9). Then there's the Norwegian smoked salmon with cream cheese, onion, and caperberries ($9). Ample outdoor seating allows for lingering, and you can replenish your wine glass via the automatic dispensers inside.
A Miamian's dilemma: You want to enjoy all the great things about Lincoln Road -- the unparalleled people-watching, the sidewalk-café ambiance under gently lit palms, the crackling South Beach energy. But you're a local. You're not about to fall for the ol' hot-Ukrainian-model-waving-a-menu-in-your-face ploy, and you're sure as hell not going to spend 200 bucks just to relax in the shade for a couple of hours. Who would have thought that a wine bar, of all the bourgeois haunts,... More »
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