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Town Kitchen & Bar's opening coincided with the renaissance of downtown South Miami as it made the transition from sleepy town to viable nightlife option. And many observers would say that's not a coincidence. The full-service restaurant provides breakfast (on weekends), lunch, dinner, and even late-night dining. Specialties include traditional dishes in most genres - such as beef, pastas, and seafood - and there's an extensive list of appetizers and salads. Highlights include braised beef short rib egg roll ($9.25), grilled Caribbean jerk churrasco steak salad ($15.50), and grilled local swordfish ($20). Delmonico rib eye ($26) is the star of the show. All steaks are served à la carte, but sides are reasonably priced.The sleek postindustrial décor, with exposed concrete and metal tubing, gives an air of sophistication that matches the menu. There is a whole page of single-malt Scotches and bar food such as an artisanal cheese plate ($10) and lobster tacos ($11). Town brings the uppity down a bit via a wide selection of "large-format" beers (equal to about three regular-size drafts).
Come by after midnight and get half-off on select beers, wines, and well drinks.
All drinks are half-priced.
Ladies get their alcohol at half-price all day, as well as free champagne until 7 p.m.
Sample 4 of their specialty beers.
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Once upon a time, South Miami was a big mall and nothing more. That was, like, a year or two ago. Then something happened, sort of suddenly, and things just started popping up. Things like clubs. And cafés. And restaurants. Even good restaurants, which the former mall-city never had many of. No dining establishment epitomizes the neighborhood's resurgence so much as Town Kitchen & Bar. Its urban-industrial design, with poured concrete floor and walls, looks more up-to-date than... More »