El Ñosh is set to coincide with SoBe Wine & Food Festival. Chef Eric Greenspan of The Foundry on Melrose (named by Conde Nast Traveler as the ‘Best New Restaurant in America’ in 2007) will join fellow restaurateur Chef Roberto Treviño, whose four Condado, P.R. eateries (Budatai, Bar Gitano, Casa Lola and El Barril) have been recently featured in The New York Times, Gourmet and Bon Appétit, in a blissful celebration of food, music, fashion and luxurious libations.
The duo will unveil a menu that breaks new ground, blending two distinct culinary traditions.
Thursday’s opening night launch celebration will commence at 7pm and will feature specialty cocktail and wine tastings, hors d’oeuvres, a live Klezmer Band, and Latin Lounge tunes by El Shaman.
The menu will include appetizers such as Gefilte Fish Tacos with an “escabeche” of vegetables, Pastrami and Dill Pickle Croquetas with mustard sauce, entrees such as Mole Braised Brisket with sweet plantain kugel and cilantro salad, New York Steak “Chimichurri” with roasted peppers and golden beets, as well as desserts such as Matzah Brei Tres Leches with papaya syrup and Guava and Cream Cheese Blintzes.
Dinner will be served nightly, 6pm to 11pm, from Friday to Sunday.
Leading mixologists have been enlisted to develop signature cocktails exclusively for El Ñosh, featuring variations on Cel-Ray Soda, Mojitos, Egg Creams and Caipirinhas to pair with the fusion menu.
El Ñosh | South Beach Marriott
161 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Opening Feb. 21st @ 7PM
Call or Text: 305 967 2465
Dining Hours, Friday thru Sunday: 6PM – 11PM
I've eaten at Buddhathai many times in PR and it's really good. Gefilte fish tacos don't really sound that great but I'll try anything "Juan Epstein."
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