Sunday, September 5, 2010

Town Kitchen & Bar

Courtesy of Town Kitchen & Bar, South Miami

Serving Global Comfort Foods with updated steakhouse appeal. Entree salads, hot sandwiches, homemade soups, fresh baked breads, and brick oven pizzas are just some of our features. Our "triple grind" burger and parmesan-truffle fries are a must!

What the Miami New Times Says:  it's ideal for an early afternoon drink-up on the weekend. By early evening it's a classy, trendy, minimalist restaurant that specializes in "global comfort food" like brick oven pizzas and yummy parmesan-truffle fries. By night it's bumpin', with crowds of trendy 20- and 30-somethings, clutching martini glasses as they spill out into the street. The food is delicious — just try the grilled Caribbean jerk churrasco steak salad, it's $15 and to die for — but we keep going back for the cocktails. Town's got a classy clientele and a wide variety of actually delicious martinis, and a big beer menu that includes Chimay and other exotic ales. Try the Towntini — a swirl of Absolut Mandarin Vodka, Cointreau, pineapple juice, cranberry juice, and a mandarin orange garnish for $10. You'll feel like you've been transported to an elegant hotel on Collins Avenue, even though the glowing sign of Sunset Place hangs in the near distance.
 
Elizabeth Stewart @ Miami.com comments.  While Town Kitchen & Bar has been known for its popular, and tasty, American cuisine – especially its weekend brunches - the South Miami spot has more than just eggs over easy to entice a weekly visit. Tucked in a quiet corner behind Sunset Place, the casual crowd pleaser offers a lively, and cost effective (for the ladies, anyway) Thursday night scene.

Some happy hours make you run out the door before your computer shuts down, but Town’s Thursday night specials have zero time limit. Ladies receive half off everything on the menu all night. Choices are endless, including an extensive list of signature cocktails and martinis, wines, and beer. And for those ladies feeling particularly ambitious, arrive between 4-7 p.m. for complimentary champagne.

The crowd and the music are largely determined by whether you decide to drink inside, or al fresco. Inside offers more of a nightlife vibe, pumping a Top 40 selection including anything from Shakira to Ricky Martin (hey, it is South Miami afterall). With plenty of high-and-low-top tables available in the trendy but intimate space, the primarily 30s-plus crowd tends to swarm around the bar. The average Town goer may still even be in their scrubs or loosening his necktie at the end of a long workday. Another perk of sitting near the bar (besides the obvious drink proximity) is this is the only place where all appetizers are also half off.

Outside is equipped with additional couches and tables, and is more for the laid back customer or perhaps a family or two there for dinner. Although you can still hear a faded Ricky Martin song playing in the background, this is the area to sit if you are there for less head bobbing, and more hob-knobbing. And while appetizers out here are full price, waiters keep the half-priced drinks flowing.

Hours of Operation
Breakfast: Saturday and Sunday 8:00am-1:00pm
Lunch: Monday through Sunday 11:30am-5:30pm
Dinner:  Sunday-Wednesday 5:30 -10:00, Thursday-Saturday 5:30-11:00
Late Night:  Late Night Food 11-12.
Bar Hours:  7 days a week, 11:30am until you leave

Town Kitchen & Bar
Locaed at Plaza 57
7301 SW 57th Court
South Miami, Florida
One Block South of Shops of Sunset

For reservations please call:  305.740.8118
Michael Altman / Executive Chef
chef@townkitchenbar.com
John Janette / General Manager
john@townkitchenbar.com
Catering Services
catering@townkitchenbar.com
http://www.townkitchenbar.com/

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