Where to Dine During Art Basel
December 05, 2012 | by —LIANA LOZADA | Homepage
Bloom Wynwood will serve a special Basel menu through Sunday
Art Basel Menu at Bloom
Monday, December 3 to Sunday, December 9, 11:30 a.m.–3 p.m.
Take a midday sojourn to Bloom Wynwood for a special Art Basel menu packed with Asian-Latin fusion fare, such as duck and foie gras spread with Thai chili peppers, combo plates of salmon, oxtail, or chicken, and soups and salads of the day. The restaurant will also showcase nature photography by Jose M. Sarti. 2751 N. Miami Ave., Miami; bloomwynwood.com
Phuc Yea Pop-Up at SCOPE
Tuesday, December 4 to Sunday, December 9
The Pious Pig Restaurant Group (those clever minds behind the Federal Food, Drink & Provisions and Acme Bakery & Coffee) is giving Miami its Vietnamese fix through Sunday as Phuc Yea returns with a pop-up at SCOPE Miami. 110 N.E. 36th St., Miami; phucyea.com
Cafecito Neptuno Pop-Up at The Standard
Wednesday, December 5 to Sunday, December 9
A reincarnation of Lincoln Road's much-missed David's Café, this new 24-hour outpost will coincide with an exhibit and book launch by Cuban artist José Parlá. Swing by for Cuban sandwiches, hot espresso, and yummy pastries. 40 Island Ave., Miami Beach
Thursday, December 6 to Sunday, December 9, 2-11 p.m.
Artisan smoked meats and local craft brews abound at the inaugural Basel Biergarten, nestled in the Wynwood Cigar Factory. Look for beers by Monk in the Trunk, Michael's Genuine, Native Brewing, and more. Urban smokehouse Miami Smokers is in charge of cooking up charcuterie specialties like candied bacon. 101 N.W. 24th St., Miami; baselbiergarten
End of Basel Brunch at Macchialina
Sunday, December 9, NOON–3 p.m.
Beloved Italian eatery Macchialina Taverna Rustica is bidding a sweet and savory adieu to Basel on Sunday afternoon. Treat yourself to prosciutto croquettas and chicken liver dipping sauce, panettone French toast, and a white peach Bellini. The venue will also debut a new large outdoor mural by artist Giorgio Casu. 820 Alton Road, Miami Beach; macchialina.com
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