Featuring Favorites like Carrot Cake Waffles, Abuela’s Grits, The McChug and new Hygge Hot Chocolate With Toasted Marshmallow Fluff & Graham Cracker Biscotti in Coconut Grove’s Sweetest Spot
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WHAT: Brunch-lovers rejoice! On Sunday, April 9th, Ariete will host the coziest HYGGE Brunch in town. HYGGE, the Danish phenomenon sweeping the nation, focuses on comfort and coziness. Executive Chef Michael Beltran will prepare his sought-after farm-to-table menu favorites accompanied by Ariete’s newest brunch menu item, Dallas Wynn’s decadent Hygge Hot Chocolate perfectly paired with toasted marshmallow fluff and graham cracker biscotti. Diners will be offered knitting sets so they can knit while they nosh in Ariete’s warm and cozy decor. The brunchmenu will include Ariete’s ongoing brunch favorites like Carrot Cake Waffles (sweet cream cheese, cinnamon sugar and spiced currant syrup), Abuela’s Grits (shrimp, ham hock broth and tamal en cazuela), Chicken and Waffles (green circle chicken thigh, mole waffle and bay leaf) as well as Arite’s famous Chug Burger (double patty, cheddar cheese, b&b pickles, Ariete’s secret sauce) and The McChug (a sausage, cheese and fried egg sandwich that is available with foie gras), among many other favorites.
WHEN: Sunday, April 9th
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
3540 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove, FL 33133
The creative minds behind Ariete, restaurateur Jason Odio and Executive Chef Michael Beltran, pioneer a unique blend of farmhouse cuisine with trail-blazing Latin influences. An exciting new addition to the Coconut Grove landscape, Ariete offers innovative fare built around smart sourcing with carefully curated ingredients, both local and international. The 80-seat bi-level dining room boasts an open floor plan and kitchen designed by Cy Davis. Featuring a nightly supper-style, family-friendly feel, the menu features shareable entrees and snacks revolving around a woodfired grill. For reservations, e-mail email@example.com