Brustman Carrino PR
Even if it were never named "Best New Restaurant" by the Miami New Times this year, there is no doubt in any foodie's mind that there is no hotter restaurant in Miami Beach right now than Andrew Carmellini's outpost of his famed NYC restaurant, The Dutch. To celebrate its success, and maybe even to thank the people of Miami for making his restaurant venture in the 305 so successful, Chef Carmellini and his chef de cuisine, Conor Hanlon will be offering a weekly barbecue series featuring different styles of barbecue each week for only $30 per person. The series kicks off tomorrow with a Texas-style barbecue that includes smoked brisket, spare ribs, Texas hot links, and delectable side dishes like grilled corn on the cob, baked beans, and corn bread. Drink specials will include $3 PBR tall boys, and $22 pitchers of Pimm's Punch and Boozy Arnold Palmers, as well as barman Rob Ferrara's Smokey Bacon Old Fashioned.
To sweeten the deal, Broken Shaker will be stopping by to offer barbecue-goers complimentary cocktails from 8-10 PM tomorrow evening to celebrated the launch of The Dutch's barbecue series. The series will last from tomorrow, June 26th up until July 31st, and Chefs Carmellini and Hanlon promise to offer diners barbecue showcasing the flavors and techniques of the Carolinas, Memphis, St. Louis, and even Korea.
Reservations are strongly recommended and could be made by calling (305) 938-3111 or going to www.opentable.com/thedutchmiami
W South Beach Hotel & Residences,
2201 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 33139