3 Soon-to-Open Restaurants

October 09, 2012 | by —LIANA LOZADA | Homepage

Paladas will bring Latin comfort food and 50 types of rum to Hallandale Beach in November

Cooper Avenue
Restaurant now open; bakery, market, deli, and bar to open this month
This New World Symphony-adjacent eatery has already started serving up sumptuous American fare—plump meatballs, grade-A steaks, and house-smoked salmon salad, to name a few—but what we're really anticipating is its vast gourmet market and delicacy superstore. Did we mention there will be a bar and lounge? 1661 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, 305-455-4741

Machiya Midtown
Opens on Monday, October 15
Authentic ramen (read: not the stuff you ate in college) is about slow-cooked pork and miso broth, slightly al dente noodles, and tender char siu pork medallions. Machiya is looking to bring that and more to Miami with its Japanese soul food concept. Menu items will include pork shumai, steamed lobster buns, quail egg with crispy rice, and eight different types of ramen. 3250 N.E. 1st Ave., #116

Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar
Opens in November
New restaurant Paladar will bring Latin comfort food and more than 50 rum varieties to the Village at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach this November. Paladar’s multi-regional menu is laced with the flavors of Cuba, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Expect dishes like spiced coconut milk steamed mussels and plantain-crusted crab croquetas. 801 Silks Run, #1580, Hallandale Beach

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