Shireen’s Spotlight: Mignonette

 Shireen’s Spotlight: Mignonette

 Shireen’s Spotlight: Mignonette

 Shireen’s Spotlight: Mignonette

 Shireen’s Spotlight: Mignonette

 Shireen’s Spotlight: Mignonette

 Shireen’s Spotlight: Mignonette

 Shireen’s Spotlight: Mignonette

What:

An early dinner at one of the best oyster & seafood bars in Miami: Mignonette, the Uptown location.

Why:

I’ve always been a big fan of Danny Serfer…

If you open Uber Eats on my iPhone, his restaurant, “Blue Collar”, is the first thing that pops up. I love that place, including the fact that it’s attached to a somewhat shady hotel. You can’t beat the food, though, it’s freaking genius and when I drive by on the weekends, there’s a line snaking around the building for brunch. It’s got major food moxie and Miami loves it.

Danny’s not only a great chef, he REALLY knows food. Anything that comes out of his kitchen is made with thought-provoking creativity and an innate sensibility. What’s more, he does it without all the snobbery that typically comes along with the “foodie culture” in South Florida.

In other words, he doesn’t look down on people like me who don’t have a full grasp on all the cheeses in the world or where pink peppercorn is grown, which sometimes is in the grassy area of the parking lot at his latest restaurant, Mignonette (the Uptown location.) It’s a special place that reminds me of something you’d see in Brooklyn or even Manhattan’s west side.

The 40’s-style diner car (which has been some sort of greasy spoon since the 80’s) has been easily re-purposed into a seafood lover’s paradise, with tiled floors, cushy booths and a long bar that reaches all the way across the dining room. Its rotating seafood menu is on a nostalgic marquee above the kitchen and features what’s fresh for the day. More specifically, oysters.

From the raw bar, I started #Spotlight with a dozen West Coasters from Washington Sate (served with fresh lemon, cocktail & mignonette sauce.) Though smaller than East Coast oysters, they’re just as tasty. The fluted shells make for a sweeter, plumper meat.

Our server paired the platter with a delicious white wine from France (Sancerre from the Loire valley.) I also tried it with some champagne (Voirin-Jumel Brut.) A girl can never go wrong with bubbly and oysters.

One of the best appetizers at Mignonette Uptown is the Buffalo Scallops. Not only is it beautifully plated (with gorgonzola, crisp chicken skin and hot sauce,) it tastes phenomenal.

It’s the first dish my photographer, James and I, have actually fought over since starting the blog (and we’ve been doing this awhile.) For the record, James doesn’t even like scallops, but apparently, he’s a changed man. #UltimateFoodCompliment

The popular appetizer is perfect when paired with a super-light Muscadet (Domaine Des Trois Toits.) Don’t worry if you don’t know your way around a wine menu; the servers are extremely helpful with suggestions.

If you have more of a savory palette, like I do, Smoked Oysters served with creme fraiche, housemade jalapeño hot sauce and baked saltines won’t disappoint. A sip or two of the 2015 Tabalas Creek, Patelin de Tablas Blanc, will bring out the salty, smoked-filled goodness. 😊

I’ve heard through the “food vine” Mignonette’s Lobster Roll (dripped in drawn butter, served on a Portuguese roll with a heaping pile of fries) is the BEST thing on the menu and for the record, I agree. How good is it? Put it this way, it’s now on my “dead woman walking” food list. I tried it with a Banshee 2016 Chardonnay from the Sonoma Coast. Hmmm…Lord have mercy! I can’t wait to go back for more (wine & lobster.)

If you love fresh fish, there’s always a special of the day or you can go with a mainstay like Faroe Island Salmon, served with yummy orzo in a saffron broth. For this dish, we switched to a light Chinon Cabernet.

If you’re more adventurous and like trying a bit of everything, the Fish Stew (Bouillabaisse) is loaded with shrimp, clams, mussels, octopus and white fish. Julia Child would be proud; it was one of the late iconic chef’s favorite plates and tough to make. And good news: you can pair it with pretty much any drink.

Last but not least, you won’t forget to eat your veggies after you taste Mignonette’s famous herbivore dish. You choose four greens and/or starches from a diverse list, creating your own plate geared toward personal taste and/or diet restrictions.

I had beets with blue cheese and hazelnuts, roasted cauliflower, charred sweet potatoes and grilled asparagus. I’m not one to go on about vegetables, but they really are the bomb-dot-com. I prefer meat, but these were surprisingly delicious.

And, drumroll please….

Pastry Chef Devin Braddock treated James and I to her amazing Valrhona Chocolate Hazelnut Pie, snuggled into something called: Devin’s Magic shell (it’s served with malted ice cream.) It was WOW x2. A close second? Her extra moist Red Velvet Cake. #HeavenInMyMouth

For me, Mignonette Uptown is a no-brainer when it comes to really fresh, high quality seafood served in a laid-back, unpretentious atmosphere. Plus, it’s not every day one gets to break bread (or in this case, crack a shell or shuck an oyster) in a really cool retro diner car and that’s why it’s one of my Favorite Things. Cheers!

Where:

Mignonette (Uptown)
13951 Biscayne Boulevard
North Miami Beach, Florida 33181

When:

Lunch ~ Monday-Sunday 11:30am-3pm
Dinner ~ Sunday-Thursday 5:30pm-10pm, Friday & Saturday 5:30pm-11pm

*Worth mentioning — Mignonette Uptown’s amazing Happy Hour which is daily 5:30-7pm & 10pm until close. You get 25 percent off all bottles of wine and oysters start at $1 (bar seating only.)

www.mignonettemiami.com

305-705-2159

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IG: @mignonetteuptwn
Twitter: @mignonetteuptwn

If you don’t love life you can’t enjoy an oyster; there is a shock of freshness to it and intimations of the ages of man, some piercing intuition of the sea and all its weeds and breezes. They shiver you for a split second.Eleanor Clark
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Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

Shireen’s Spotlight: Drunken Dragon

What:

Stretching my foodie muscle at one of Miami’s best kept secrets: Drunken Dragon.

Why:

You know the saying: “You can’t judge a book by its cover”? Well, that’s exactly the case at Drunken Dragon. The Korean barbecue hot spot is nestled into one of the most unassuming strip malls I’ve ever seen. There’s no signage, no arrow pointing toward the door, no hint of anything, really. Once you walk in, though, it’s a whole other world.

South Florida foodies like to call it: “Miami’s best kept secret.” I’ve even heard it referred to as an “underground” foodie paradise; think speakeasy back in the Prohibition Era. Instead of imbibing on illegal alcohol, though, you’ll partake in some of the best food you’ve ever tasted. In fact, it’s so good, it SHOULD be a crime!

Round up the lot of ’em, charge ’em with food felonies! The arrest citation should read: “How dare you hide world-class cuisine from us mere mortals?” And don’t even get me started on the bartenders! They’re going down with mixology misdemeanors 😂…

Between the whimsical tiki-inspired drinks, phenomenal food and sultry dark wood decor, I have two words for you: MIND BLOWN (but I digress)…

Before I arrived at Spotlight, someone tipped off the powers-that-be regarding the direct way to my heart (which happens to be through a thick straw with an adult beverage at the end of it.) Ha! Who am I kidding? A straw isn’t even necessary. While I love a stiff drink, I also enjoy creative cocktails (a girl can only drink so many Cosmos) and Drunken Dragon is great at both.

My first sip of the night was a yummy concoction called Cucuzaki, made with sake, gin and elderflower. It was perfectly paired with two starters: Truffle Popcorn and the ever-so-popular, Crispy Bok Choy. Who knew leafy green veggies could taste so good? I especially loved its plum soy sauce.

I had a bonafide liquid love affair with the Mai Tai (made with Appleton Rum.) Not only was it the bomb-dot-com, it reminded me of a cool summer night in Malibu. The drink, originally created in California, is also known for its Polynesian flair. It was my favorite of the night, alongside the Beef Tartar (served with crispy tortillas.) While I’m not a huge fan of raw beef, this dish (made with tenderloin, quail egg and pine nuts) was so unbelievable, I’d go back just to have more. It’s a #MustTry …

The refreshingly frothy, Thai Basil Mule, made with vodka, thai basil and ginger beer was delicious, too. It went great with my Salmon Poke Bowl, which had tons of fresh ingredients: avocado, seaweed, scallions, sesame seeds and black rice. Mixing it just right will be your only job of the night, unless, of course, you go for the classic Korean BBQ.

While I’m not the kind of girl who just happens to wander into my kitchen (unless I’m looking for vodka ) … I decided to give the grilling a go. After all, it was smack dab in the middle of the table and seemed easy enough. Besides, I love trying new things, especially when they involve Skirt Steak with chimichurri & Shrimp.

At first, I was a little overwhelmed, but after I tried it, I liked it. It was pretty straightforward and, dare I say, fun? It’s great for a first date or a new sizzling foodie adventure.. Plus, there’s something “magically delicious” about food cooked over an open flame.

The cheekiest drink of the night, Voodoo Lady, was presented with major personality. Along with tequila, pineapple & grapefruit, there’s something “hearty” on the backside of the cup, too. ♥️ You’ll wanna grab a pic, it’s perfect to post on social media.

Also impressive, the BFR Meat Board (served with steamed Taiwanese Buns, pickles, lettuces, herbs and 3 sauces: chimichurri, Hoisin and Red dragon.) If you prefer a veggie option, they serve a Shiitake Mushroom version as well. If you think this dish is impressive in the photos, wait ’til you lay eyes on it yourself. Throw in a side of mind-blowing Brussels and your tastebuds will never be the same.

Wrapping up the night, The Ronin (strong enough for a man; pretty enough for a woman.) It’s a Scotch whiskey blend with Earl Grey and a grapefruit twist. My photographer, James, barely let me touch the thing, let alone taste it. He said it was his favorite of the night.

If dessert makes you feel guilty, try the “Matcha Tres Leche” — combining good quality green tea with condensed milk and heavy cream balances out the diet universe or why not just throw caution to the wind and enjoy yourself? Honestly, that’s what Drunken Dragon is all about.

No matter how many foodies claim it or how many magazines dub it a mystery cloaked with a nondescript door, don’t be intimidated. It’s something special everyone should have the opportunity to explore and that’s why Drunken Dragon is one of my Favorite Things. Cheers!

When:

Monday-Thursday: 6-11pm
Friday-Sunday: 6pm-12am

Where:

Drunken Dragon
1424 Alton Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139

www.drunkendragon.com
305-397-8556

Be Social:
IG: @drunkendragon
FB: @DrunkenDragonMIA
Twitter: @DrunkenDragons

It simply isn’t an adventure worth telling if there aren’t any dragons.J.R.R. Tolkien
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Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

Shireen’s Spotlight: Black Sheep

What:

Stopping for a quick bite to eat at one of Miami’s hippest new restaurants: Black Sheep.

Why:

Just like “Cheers”, the iconic television show from back in the day, Black Sheep is a place where “everybody knows your name”.

It’s friendly, intimate and progressive. With a long bar, a few tables and a small lounge area, you’ll feel like you’re right in the thick of it, because frankly, you are.

On any given night of the week, you’ll find just two people (one server and one chef) manning the entire restaurant. Shockingly, they do it with a smile. While Miami hospitality remains on an endangered species list, at Black Sheep, there’s plenty to spare…

And just because the place is small doesn’t mean the menu is.. Alongside a diverse selection of beer, wine and fresh juices, Black Sheep’s food portions are nothing short of mesmerizing (that’s code for you’ll never leave hungry or thirsty, for that matter.)

I started my Spotlight experience with a hearty bottle of “1862 Chimya” (a frothy, stout beer with a cider-esque personality). I couldn’t resist a glass of white wine, too. Especially because “Nautilus” is a New Zealand brand and Marlborough is one of my favorite regions when it comes to fermented grape juice.

The wine paired perfectly with my first dish, “PEI Mussels with Coconut Curry”. Prince Edward Island mussels are my favorite because they’re always fresh and meaty. Hmmm…the curry was good enough to drink, especially with accents of cilantro. Nothing like slurping, dunking or soaking up leftover broth. It seriously gives me LIFE.

If you’re a “Chicken & Waffle” fan, stop the presses! Although Black Sheep’s take on it is pretty straightforward, it’s ridiculously delicious. If you need extra sauciness, add some Sriracha. 🔥 Did I mention the amazing breakfast/brunch menu? Served all day, everyday.

In between bites, I tried an extra fresh, extra yummy “Saki Collins” (made with strawberry, sake, apple shrub, orange bitters, honey and lime.) It wasn’t a shot, but you’d never know it by the way I swigged it back. LOL.

Finishing up dinner, “Duck Tacos” topped with Sriracha mayo cabbage hoisin, cilantro and grilled scallions. And ending the night right, an extra ooey-gooey “Banana Chocolate Bread Pudding.” Hello, mushy goodness, where have you been my whole life? Purrrrr.

If you wanna feel like a person, not just a table number; you can COUNT on ”Black Sheep” – it kept me happy with its hip personality, genuine hospitality, all while enjoying huge plates of food and that’s why it’s one of my Favorite Things. Cheers!

When:

Monday-Sunday 9am-10pm

Where:

Black Sheep
1884 79th Street Causeway
North Bay Village, FL. 33141

blacksheepeats.com

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FB: @blacksheepeats

It takes nothing to join the crowd. It takes everything to stand alone.Hans F. Hansen
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Digital Editor: Jessie Neft-Swinger
Editor: Matthew “Black Sheep Boy” Auerbach

Shireen’s Spotlight: Scarpetta at Fontainebleau, Miami Beach

Shireen’s Spotlight: Scarpetta at Fontainebleau, Miami Beach

Shireen’s Spotlight: Scarpetta at Fontainebleau, Miami Beach

Shireen’s Spotlight: Scarpetta at Fontainebleau, Miami Beach

Shireen’s Spotlight: Scarpetta at Fontainebleau, Miami Beach

Shireen’s Spotlight: Scarpetta at Fontainebleau, Miami Beach

A special note: I haven’t posted in awhile due to Hurricane Irma. Getting back to normal has been tough for a lot of us. I hope this note finds you well, in good health and rebuilding or just getting back to normal.

What:

Trying delicious new menu items and drink specials at Scarpetta, one of my favorite restaurants in Miami.

Why:

I didn’t know it at the time, but my dinner at Scarpetta would be one of the last normal things I did before the wrath of Hurricane Irma. Needless to say, it was GLORIOUS: the icy cold cocktails, the exceptionally warm, well-cooked food AND who could forget the orgasmic air-conditioning??!! So cool, so refreshing, so perfect.

One can really gain perspective going through a major storm, but first…

There’s the pre-horror: “OMG, a CAT 5 is barreling this way!” Followed by a week of high-octane preparedness: gas, food, batteries, canned ravioli (because why not, if I’m going to die anyway?) Then you watch (TV), wait (while eyeing the cone of concern) and wonder (about life: what’s important and what’s not.)

When the storm bears down, all my crazy comes out. Especially, the nervous eating. I don’t normally dine on Habanero Cheetos with a side of Bush’s Baked Beans, but if it’s the end, I’m going out with a bang (in more ways than one…) 💩

Anxiety-ridden days are followed by sleepless nights with a relentless soundtrack of howling winds and hissing rain.

But still, there’s something even worse: THE UNKNOWN — which is clouded with fear. Fear of losing everything you own, fear of having to rebuild and finding the strength to actually do it and the fear that things will never be the same, because frankly, they’re usually not.

In-between those serious thoughts, usually, at some point, there’s a loud POP or a quiet click and just like that, your power goes out. It gives one a lot of time to think, appreciate and SWEAT. I went 11 longs days without power and my neighborhood suffered major damage, including the dreaded storm surge.

During it all, I kept thinking about Scarpetta. Not only is it one of Miami’s true hot spots, it reminded me of how lovely things could be when Mother Nature was happy and well-adjusted. At the moment, though, she sucked major… well, you get the idea..

During the storm, my photographer, James and I joked about Scarpetta being our “Last Supper”, so to speak. I’m not complaining. I mean, if you’re gonna have one last meal, it’s more than adequate. In fact, it’s dead-man-walking good.

Before Irma, our “Spotlight” was about highlighting Scarpetta’s new infused drinks like CRAVE (made with watermelon infused vodka, Aperol cranberry, lime and mint) and the EN FUEGO (jalapeno infused tequila, sauvignon blanc, St. Germain, lemon and agave.) I also had a SORRENTO. Even though it’s not a new item, it’s one of my all-time favorites (with oxley gin, house-made lemoncello & basil.)

It was also about how they’re changing up the food menu, too; adding new items, but don’t worry, they still have the classics like Scott Conant’s “SPAGHETTI” made with tomato and basil. And, yes, the “Yellowtail Crudo” — made with ginger oil & pickled red onion — which is one of the best things I’ve ever tasted.

If you love ravioli (and not from a can, like I ate during Irma 😂), “Duck & Foie Gras Ravioli” in marsala reduction is an excellent choice. If you’re more of a meat lover, ”Braised Short Ribs of Beef” served with veggies and squash & kale risotto is a dynamic plate with a solid taste balance. And, if you’re like me, always watching your waistline, “Seared Halibut”, which comes in a leek fondue, is light, succulent and different.

Not to be forgotten, Scarpetta’s dessert menu, which consists of revolving classics alongside new and creative culinary delights. I tried “Coconut Panna Cotta ” (with caramelized pineapple & guava soup) and “Amedeo Chocolate Cake ” (made with blood orange & milk ice cream.) Both were exceptional.

With all that being said, Scarpetta isn’t just one of my favorite things, it’s given me much-needed perspective; reminding me good food isn’t just nourishment, it’s love and art intertwined. ❤️

What’s more, technology isn’t just about air-conditioning, although it’s much appreciated. It’s about evolving our species and giving us a better existence, while expanding and strengthening our own communities. All of this makes the world, or at least mine, a better place. Cheers!

When:

Sunday – Thursday: 6pm-11pm
Friday & Saturday: 6pm-12am

Where:

Scarpetta
Fontainebleau, Miami Beach
4441 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33140

Click here to book a reservation on-line tinyurl.com/y7gawxyd
or call 800-548-8886

Twitter: @ScarpettaMiami
IG: @ScarpettaRestaurants
FB: @FontainebleauMiami

There are some things you can only learn in a storm.anonymous
James Woodley Photography
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Editor: Matthew “Cone of Concern” Auerbach

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Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

Shireen’s Spotlight: Cantina La Veinte

What:

An early Sunday night dinner at “Cantina La Veinte” — because I’m a sucker for good Mexican food anytime of day.

Why:

You can’t help but be impressed when you walk into “Cantina La Veinte,” — visually it’s just a WOW! It’s grand, fancy and fabulous. I know, I know, flowery adjectives can be annoying, but I’m not kidding.

The main dining room, which features black-lacquered walls with gold trimming, reminds me of something out of the movie, “The Great Gatsby” (the one from 2013, starring Leo DiCaprio), where decadence and intrigue were on display everyday. I love a good romance and I could totally tell, I was about to have one. 😍

When I arrived, just before five PM, a spirited Mariachi band was serenading customers with verve and gusto. The music was so lively, it drifted its way into the rafters and bounced off the restaurant’s gi-normous windows. That’s when I saw it…

The Miami New River sauntering its way into the bay, glistening glamorously in the late day sun. What a view! Also, easy on the eyes…

The big shadow box shelves, displaying some of the coolest Mexican art I’ve seen in South Florida: statues, figurines, ornate boxes and pots.

Just as I was having a “man, I love this place moment”, things got even better, thanks to my attentive & thorough server, Jorge.

He suggested I start “Spotlight” with a customer favorite: “The Golden Margarita” (they have a huge list to choose from.) It was the bomb-dot-com, salted and filled to the brim with swanky tequila, fresh lime, Cointreau and agave nectar. I couldn’t get over the size of the thing. It puts a 7-Eleven Big Gulp to shame.

Served in a mini cantina, I threw back a delicious amuse bouche of Shrimp Bisque. The broth was extra yummy and ended with a spicy kick. Weeping while eating is a way of life when you’re from New Mexico. Yep, I’m a “Land of Enchantment” lady and we like our food extra hot & spicy. 🔥

Like a kid in a candy store, I get totally giddy when chips and guac come to the table, but THIS was a whole other level. “Cantina La Veinte” makes theirs from scratch. Fresh & delicious, it’s a must-try before dinner. Pace yourself, though; pre-dinner shenanigans can take up a lot of tummy room. Take it from me, I have ZERO will power when it comes to Mexican food, but there’s always more to come.

Like…

The sweet & minty “Mexican Mojito” (made with Rum, lime juice, mint leaves, and simple syrup.) It was the perfect precursor to “Ceviche de Atun” (fresh tuna, sliced avocado, tomato, mint leaves, red onions and cilantro with smoke chipotle.) The “Aguachile de Callo, Pulpo, Cameron o Mixto” was a light and zesty carnival of seafood (with scallops, octopus and shrimp.) It’s mixed in lime juice, cilantro, serrano chile, cucumber, avocado and olive oil.

Next, I switched up my drink with the “Mezclarita” (made with Mescal, passion fruit puree and other secret ingredients.) I could’ve had another round. From the “Make-Your-Own-Taco” part of the menu, I went with the “Molcajete de Ribeye” (sautéed ribeye served with melted manchego cheese and tostaditas.) 👌🏼

I also wanted to try something on the lighter side, so Jorge recommended “Huachinango y Camarones en Salsa Poblana” (which is pan-seared red snapper with prawns, mushrooms, white asparagus on top of poblano sauce.) Even though a lot goes into the dish, there’s a fresh simplicity to it.

For dessert, I tried two dishes: the sweet and creamy “Panna Cotta de Mango” (made with mango panna cotta covered in white chocolate served with house-made frozen yogurt) and “Explosion de Maiz Dulce.” If you’re an adventurous foodie, this is a total veggie re-imagining (it’s basically sweet corn every which way but loose.)

If you like GREAT Mexican food and a decadent atmosphere, “Cantina La Veinte” is an upscale take on going South of the Border. It has authentic roots with a modern day flair and that’s why it’s one of my favorite things. Cheers!

When:

Monday-Thursday: 12pm-12:30am
Friday-Saturday: 12pm-1:00am
Sunday: 12:30pm-11pm

Where:

Catina La Veinte
495 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
www.cantinala20.com

Reservations: 786-623-6135
reservations.laveinte@cinbersol.com

Be Social:
IG: @cantinala20
FB: @la20miami / Cantina La Veinte
Twitter: @CantinaLaVeinte

Life without Mexican food is like no life at all.Unknown
James Woodley Photography
Styling: Jackie Kay
Wardrobe: www.brinyboutique.com
Hair & Make-up: Odett Hernandez
Digital Editor: Jessie Neft-Swinger
Editor: Matthew “Verve and Gusto” Auerbach
Special thanks to Manuela Mejia