WYNWOOD KITCHEN & BAR NOW SERVING LATIN-INSPIRED BRUNCH ITEMS ON SUNDAYS
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, Miami’s hottest destination for globally-inspired tapas with unparalleled views of murals painted by world-renowned artists, is now open for lunch service on Sundays that includes a rotating menu of brunch dishes in addition to its regular selection of small plates. The menu crafted by Venezuela-born Executive Chef Miguel Aguilar, features a variety of delicacies inspired by traditional Latin breakfast staples.
“At Wynwood Kitchen & Bar we like to get creative and have fun with the menu,” says Aguilar. “With the addition of our new Sunday service, guests can enjoy an authentic Latino brunch including some of my favorite dishes from my homeland like cachapas and arepas. Added Aguilar, “It’s the perfect place to unwind and take in the scenery on a Sunday.”
Hearty brunch items will alternate weekly and feature Nuevo Latino spins on classic breakfast favorites such as the Wynwood Benedict ($12) a poached egg with crab meat, chipotle hollandaise sauce and polenta;Steak & Eggs ($12) – grilled skirt steak served with a fried egg and yucca frita; Perico ($11) – scrambled eggs served with queso fresco, black beans and arepas; Cachapas ($12) – sweet yellow corn cakes smothered in queso mano, queso fresco and crema; Tostada ($9) – a sunny side-up egg with tomato puree, black beans, cojita cheese and crema; and for a light treat, Granola ($9) with Greek yogurt, seasonal fruit and chipotle honey. Diners are encouraged to mix and match new dishes with WKB’s signature staples such as the Fingerling-Chorizo Hash ($8) with caramelized onions; Chicken Ropa Vieja Empanadas ($9) with a cilantro crema; and Shrimp Ceviche ($13) with pineapple coconut sauce, red onion, fresno chili, basil and chili oil.
To accompany the savory new menu, WKB is offering a new selection of brunch cocktails including red, white or green Sangria ($10 by the glass/$35 for a pitcher); Prosecco cocktails ($10) with choice of flavor pairing – Hibiscus, Palomimosa, Applish or Blue Pisco; and Bloody Marys ($10) such as the Tomatilla Sangrita with Jose Cuervo Special and a tomatillo blend. Beer and wine enthusiasts will find 40 of the best international handcrafted beers, six beers on draft, 20 superb wines by the glass, and a comprehensive wine list with a choice of 70 reasonably priced vintages, ranging from $22 – $35.
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar is located at 2550 N.W. 2nd Avenue. Lunch is served Monday through Saturdayfrom 11:30AM to 3:30PM; and now on Sundays from 11:30AM to 4:30PM. Dinner is served Monday throughWednesday from 5:30PM to 10:30PM, Thursday from 5:30PM to 11PM, and Friday – Saturday from 5:30PM to Midnight (bar open until 1 AM). Telephone: (305) 722-8959; www.wynwoodkitchenandbar.com
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