NaiYaRa Now Open for Thai style Sunday Brunch
Starting Sunday, March 5th, NaiYaRa will begin serving Sunday brunch. Guests will be able to enjoy an array of Chef Bee’s brunch items, highlights include: Yam Kai Dao, a traditional Thai fried egg salad; Chiang Rai Fried Chicken and Biscuits; Udon Pad Thai; Korean Steak & Eggs; Banh Mi Sandwich, a Vietnamese sandwich filled with pork belly and pickled vegetables; and Rottii, a customary Indian style sweet pancake served with coffee. All brunch items are new to the NaiYaRa menu. A specialty cocktail menu will be available.
Brunch is served Sunday 12pm – 3pm
NaiYaRa is located at 1854 Bay Road, Miami Beach
Lightkeepers to open at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne
This March The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne will debut its latest dining destination, Lightkeepers. A casual, sophisticated new oceanfront restaurant that is sure to be a “go to” destination for locals and visitors alike. Under the direction of Executive Chef Raul A. Del Pozo the restaurant will rollout a soulful menu of coastal fare informed by the seasons.
The restaurant, which is named after the lighthouse keepers who watched over Key Biscayne’s historic Cape Florida Lighthouse dating back to the 1800’s, will also be home to an indoor/outdoor bar with oceanic beach views and a beverage program that will feature unique, hand-crafted cocktails.
Lightkeepers is located at the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, 455 Grand Bay Drive.
SOUTH POINTE TAVERN
South Point Tavern Now serving Breakfast
Starting at 8am everyday, South Point Tavern will now serve breakfast. Staying true to its Hampton’s roots, the bistro is brewing fresh coffee from Montauk based brewery, Left Hand Coffee. Offering traditional light to dark roasted espressos, lattes and cappuccinos. Breakfast menu items will feature delectable pastries from Zak the Baker, including croissants, pan u chocolat, danishes and more. Other more hearty options include Avocado Toast on Zak the Baker rye bread, Omelets made to order, Eggs Benedict, Greek Yogurt Granola, or the Smoked Salmon Bagel.
40 South Pointe Drive, #109, Miami Beach
COUNCIL OAK STEAK & SEAFOOD
Council Oak has introduced new and upgraded dinner menu items, brunch delights and an exciting new Wine Wednesdays program
On the dinner menu, new appetizer offerings include Council Oak Bacon, cured and smoked in-house, served with Heirloom tomatoes and aged balsamic vinegar; Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes accompanied by a green papaya salad and smoked onion aioli; and Tuna Tartare with avocado, lemon, cucumber-radish salad and grilled ciabatta bread. New main course selections include USDA 28-Day Prime Dry Aged, 20 oz. Bone-In Ribeye; Iberico Pork Secreto with a citrus chili marinade, fried taro root and avocado tomato salad; and Pan Seared Scallops served with fresh winter truffles, Champagne gastrique and wild mushroom risotto. A new section features dry aged cuts for two and includes both a 32 oz. Bone-In New York Strip and a 48 oz. Porterhouse.
Sunday brunch now offers premium upgrades, such as caviar and specialty champagnes, including the exclusive Veuve Clicquot Rich. The new champagnes and caviar selections are available for an additional cost to the existing brunch menu, which features a variety of made-to-order stations, a full raw bar, a dessert bar and a selection of unlimited, premium brunch cocktails.
Wine Wednesdays, a newly launched program features a weekly menu of rotating, specially priced bottles hand-selected by sommelier Juan Horta. Guests can also sample exclusive, high-end liquors in one ounce increments. Selections vary and often include special editions, such as limited edition Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve 20 Year, Johnnie Walker Blue Label “Year of the Monkey,” Remy Martin Louis XIII and Macallan 30 Year Old Fine Oak. Prices range depending on the pour, from $23 to $720 per ounce.
Council Oak is open for dinner Sunday through Thursday from 5 to 10:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5 to 11 p.m. with live entertainment in the bar nightly. Brunch is available on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
1 Seminole way, Fort Lauderdale
MEAT MARKET PALM BEACH
Happy Hour Revamp
Meat Market is upping the ante with new offerings during its daily happy hour with half-priced bottles of select wine. Options include a $30 bottle of 2015 Meomi Pinot Noir; 2014 Santa Margarita Pinot Grigio for $34; and more.
Additions to the Happy Hour menu include Meat Market’s staple Gouda Tater Tots with garlic aioli ($8); Fried Okra & Cauliflower with spicy chimichurri sauce ($8); 4 oz. Wood Churrasco & Frites ($14); Roasted Escargot with spicy chorizo butter and grilled crostini ($17); and American-Style Kobe Tartare with capers, red onion, chopped egg and parmesan flatbread ($14).
Other drink specials include $10 glasses of Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label; $10 Classic Belvedere Martinis; and $8 signature cocktails including White Sangria; Pimm’s Cup; The “One” Mule; Tangerine Dream; and Strawberry Caipirinha. Select wines, available by the glass, are priced at $7 – $9 and specialty beers range from $3.50 – $4.
Meat Market, located at 191 Bradley Place in Palm Beach, serves dinner nightly starting at 5 pm. Happy Hour is available at the bar and lounge, daily from 4 pm – 7 pm.