Breaking at Breakfast

Where to eat and drink in Miami - January 2020

Food news worthy of your calendar

Updated January 21, 2020

Tired of the same old restaurant? Kind of, but not really? Sometimes it just takes a little planning and a little help from your friends. Breaking at Breakfast is a weekly round-up of Miami food news worthy of your Google calendar. Here you will find delicious new restaurant openings, chef collabs, one-off dinners, special deals, prix fixe menus you need to try and more.

Lincoln Road is getting a stunning rooftop restaurant with Japanese & Mediterranean flavors

Updated January 22, 2020
Restaurant: MILA
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Address: 800 Lincoln Road


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Loup de Mer dumplings topped with rosemary miso broth. #MILArestaurants COMING SOON

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Founded by Gregory and Marine GalyMILA, a restaurant, lounge, and mixology bar, has announced it will open in South Beach on Friday, January 24th. Located at 800 Lincoln Road, the rooftop space will feature a multi-sensory culinary experience that draws influences from the shores of the Mediterranean and Japan. The laid-back yet luxurious nature-inspired location is helmed by Executive Chef Nicolas Mazier. Featured dishes include Loup de Mer dumplings topped with rosemary miso broth and the signature Crab Daikon Roll with peekytoe crab, MILA spices, lobster bisque, osetra caviar. MILA is located at 800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139. To reserve a table CLICK HERE, or call (786) 706-0744.

Any excuse to have Chinese food at this spot is good enough for us

Updated January 22, 2020
Restaurant: Hutong
Neighborhood: Brickell
Address: 600 Brickell Ave

Recently opened contemporary Northern Chinese restaurant and bar Hutong celebrates its first Chinese New Year on Saturday, January 25. From its home in Hong Kong, Hutong brings a fresh take on Chinese cuisine with its occasionally fiery Northern Chinese dishes, served in a chic space inspired by the vibrant Miami art scene combined with traditional Chinese design elements. Guests can enjoy an authentic Chinese New Year celebration, featuring Chinese toy drums on all tables to partake in the fun and awaken the Lion for the special Lion Dance at 9:15 PM. Guests will also receive Lucky Chinese Red packets at their table that will have gifts of either a free dessert or drink with one lucky table who will receive a complimentary dinner. The a la carte menu will be offered throughout the night. Guests are encouraged to book a reservation ahead by calling the restaurant at 786-388-0805. 

Check out what’s new at this Spanish restaurant

Updated January 22, 2020
Restaurant: Bulla Gastrobar
Neighborhood: Multiple locations
Address: 600 Brickell Ave

Bulla Gastrobar, the contemporary Spanish-style restaurant located in Coral Gables, as well as in the center of the vibrant Downtown Doral, launches a selection of new seasonal dishes and cocktails to welcome the winter months.

Featuring a series of new dishes, Bulla introduces items to the Doral and Coral Gables menus such as a hearty Carrilleras con Fideos ($15) with pasta, braised beef cheeks, sofrito and minced parsley, as well as the Bombas de Rabo ($10) with braised oxtail, oxtail truffle reduction and mustard aioli. Guests can enjoy a perfectly grilled Pulpo a la Parrilla ($17) with octopus, corn puree, salsa criolla and black pepper, as well as a classically prepared Piquillos Rellenos ($9) featuring piquillo peppers stuffed with braised pork and pimento cheese. Save room for the Tarta de Santiago ($9) for dessert, featuring a traditional Spanish cake with toasted almonds, powdered sugar and vanilla ice cream. Make sure to wash it all down with a refreshing Sangria 43 or a Spiced Old Fashioned to complete the perfect meal.


  • Both Locations
    • Bombas – Braised oxtail, oxtail truffle reduction, mustard aioli ($10)
    • Piquillos Rellenos – Piquillo peppers, braised pork, Pimento cheese ($9)
    • Carrilleras con Fideos – Elbow pasta, braised beef cheeks, sofrito rojo ($15)
    • Pulpo a la Parrilla – Grilled Octopus, corn purée, salsa criolla, black pepper ($17)
    • Tarta de Santiago – Traditional Spanish cake, toasted almonds, powdered sugar, vanilla ice cream ($9)
  • Coral Gables ONLY
    • Mejillones a la Marinera – Mussels in a house-made tomato garlic sauce, dry sherry, baguette ($15)
  • Doral ONLY

    • Caldo Gallego – Smoked ham shank, chorizo, steamed potatoes, alubias, kale ($10)
    • Coca de Rabo – Braised oxtail flatbread, grilled scallions, shredded Mahón, caramelized onions ($16)


  • Both Locations
    • Sangria 43 – Red wine, brandy, Licor 43, triple sec, sprite, pear, red apples, chopped orange ($10 glass / $38 pitcher)
    • Spiced Old Fashioned – Old Forester Bourbon, winter-spiced syrup, Angostura bitters, orange bitters ($12 glass)

A rooftop bar is now open in Little Havana

Updated January 14, 2020
Bar: Terras
Neighborhood: Little Havana
Address: 528 SW 9th Ave


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A tropically overgrown rooftop bar and restaurant overlooking the Miami skyline at Life House, Little Havana. Coming Winter 2020.

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Terras is a tropically overgrown rooftop bar and restaurant overlooking the Miami skyline with a menu inspired by street food found in Latin America and inventive cocktails with ingredients pulled from a local food garden. Reservations are now available via Resy.

Free Rosé for las chicas that are not partaking in Dry January

Updated January 14, 2020
Restaurant: Novikov
Neighborhood: Brickell
Address: 300 S Biscayne Blvd

Starting January 15th, the Downtown Miami haute spot is pouring complimentary glasses of Rosé (brands will rotate weekly) every Wednesday night from 6-9 PM at the bar. Ladies can make their grand entrance inside the high-energy setting and sit along the polished bar admiring views of the colorful vegetable and seafood market or surrounding the curated art collection.

Have lunch at this restaurant in Brickell and help Australia during these difficult times

Updated January 14, 2020
Restaurant: Edge Steak & Bar
Neighborhood: Brickell
Address: 1435 Brickell Ave inside the Four Seasons Hotel

Australian native and Executive Chef Aaron Brooks has announced the return of his 6th annual Australia Day Barbie and week-long festivities at Four Seasons Hotel Miami to celebrate Australia Day, observed on Sunday, January 26, 2020.

This year, the Hotel team and community are coming together in support of all Australians during this difficult time for the country. All proceeds from the event will go directly to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.

EDGE Steak & Bar Specials – January 20–25, 2020

For those seeking to indulge in an authentic dining experience, Chef Brooks curates an exceptional menu at EDGE Steak & Bar featuring a few of his favorite dishes from back home including Australian wagyu beef, pasture-raised lamb and other regional favorites. Diners can revel in flavors from the Land Down Under on the USD 25, three-course Lunch Break menu, offered Monday through Saturday. During dinner service, the Chef’s Tasting Menu will feature five surprise Australian-inspired courses for USD 65 per person, to be featured throughout the week.

Bahía “Barbie with Chef Aaron and his Mates” – January 26, 2020, 1:00-4:00 pm

The traditional outdoor barbie is back at Bahía located on the Hotel’s 7th-floor pool terrace and will close out the week-long celebration on Sunday, January 26, 2020 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Joining Chef Aaron are his best mates, including Steve Santana of Taquiza and OFF SITE, Roel Alcudia of Mandolin and Gregory’s, The Chang Gang of Itamae and B-Side, Franco Stanzione of Stanzione 87, Michael Ombia of USBS, and Jorge Mas of Sala’o. With support from True Aussie Beef & Lamb, attendees will enjoy grilled Aussie favorites and delicious cuts of meat, including a whole-roasted rotisserie lamb. Beverages include an exclusive beer by J Wakefield Brewing with the help of Chef Brooks who will create a brew intended to be paired perfectly with the dishes for the celebration. Guests will also take part in a refreshing cocktail by David Sprintis, a longtime friend of EDGE Steak & Bar, as well as Bacardi cocktails made by Chris Hopkins and Gio Gutierrez. In addition, guests will enjoy crisp and vibrant wines by Wine Australia and fresh juices by Expressed Juice. During the event, guests will also enjoy entertainment that includes live music from Keith Johns.

Tarot & tonics at this Vietnamese restaurant

Updated January 14, 2020
Restaurant: Phuc Yea
Neighborhood: MiMo
Address: 7100 Biscayne Blvd

Phuc Yea will be serving crystal-infused spiritual tonics such as Rose Quartz Crystal Punch featuring their friends at Courvoisier & Hella intuitive truths by their own sultry Spirit Success Specialist, Jenna G. What is a Spirit Success Specialist? Spirit success specialists who work with the spirit or the soul to heal illnesses at the undercover level. That is how they are able to gain access to the intuitive wisdom channeled directly from the universe, God, the spirit world, and so on based on your beliefs.

Jenna’s spiritual work focuses on removing the blocks in your professional business or the blocks that are keeping you from getting down to business. With her focus on development romance and success and a no-nonsense, no holds barred approach to spirituality. She is best known for sounding the siren under your latest business venture or igniting the siren within to take your life to that next level-high vibe.

WHEN: Thursday, January 30th from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Tickets to the event will be $22. Each ticket includes FREE reading + a spiritual tonic. Happy Hour specials until 10PM!


First 10 RSVPS receive an Intuitive Gangster Biggie Manifest Candle, next 10 RSVPS receive a Tupac Wisdom Candle, & the following 10 receive a Cardi B Manifest Candle. For more information, visit Phuc Yea or call (305) 602-3710.

Free tacos, margaritas, and beer at one of our favorite taco shops in Wynwood

Updated January 6, 2020
Restaurant: Coyo Taco
Neighborhood: Wynwood
Address: 2300 NW 2nd Ave


Details: It’s time to celebrate 5 YEARS of Coyo Taco. Starting in Wynwood in 2015, Coyo Taco has now expanded across the globe to 9 different locations. Stop by their Wynwood location on Thursday, January 9. From 8 PM to 10 PM, the restaurant and patio will transform into party-central with free passed beer, draft margaritas, and select tacos. Starting the party early at 6 PM, the lounge will be open, and resident DJs will be spinning throughout the night. The party doesn’t stop there… throughout all of January at Coyo Taco Wynwood, enjoy a special 5 Year Anniversary $5 Menu. Special $5 menu items include $5 Al Pastor Tacos, $5 Pollo al Carbon Tacos, $5 Hongos Tacos, $5 Guacamole & Chips, $5 Modelo. A portion of the proceeds gained from the $5 menu items will be donated to a local charity in Wynwood.

A new lunch option in Coconut Grove that involves a dry-aged patty melt and more

Updated January 6, 2020
Restaurant: Navé
Neighborhood: Coconut Grove
Address: 3540 Main Highway


Details: The newly lauded Coconut Grove eatery Navé by Chefs Michael Beltran and Justin Flit expands its hours to offer guests a weekday lunch service. Now, diners can enjoy the duo’s simple, yet sophisticated seafood-centric menu at an approachable price point Monday through Friday from 11:30 AM to 3 PM. The lunch menu is divided into six sections: AppetizersFrom the OvenHandhelds, Pasta, Prepared Simply and Sides. Encouraged to be shared, guests can start with Appetizers like Big Eye Tuna with honeydew melon, fennel, and kelp ($18); Gnocco Fritto with mortadella, whipped lardo, and parmesan ($15); Burrata with eggplant caponata, fennel pollen, and olive oil ($18); or a selection of salads including Ceasar Salad ($14), Tuesday Night Salad ($13), or Million Dollar Salad ($15). From the Oven is a selection of wood-fired pizzas including Margherita ($14), Soppressatta ($15), Clam ($15), and Truffle ($25). For heartier fare, lunch-goers can opt for a Handheld like the Dry Aged Patty Melt with rye bread, swiss cheese, and caramelized onions ($18); the Oyster Po’Boy on French bread with lettuce, tomato, and aioli ($15); or the Snapper Milanese on white bread with tomato compote, and arugula ($17). Pasta dishes include a few of Nave’s signatures like Spaghetti ($17); Bucatini ($23); Rigatoni ($15); Risotto ($33); or Tagliatelle ($19). For something on the lighter side, diners can choose from a Simply Prepared protein like Mediterranean Turbot ($35), Scallops ($28), Big Eye Tuna ($28), Wild Tiger Prawns ($33), or ½ Chicken ($20) paired with little gem lettuce. Sides range from Creamed Spinach, Roasted Mushrooms, Baby Turnips, and Steak Fries, each priced at $9.

Navé is located at 3540 Main Highway in Coconut Grove. The restaurant is open for lunch Monday through Friday, 11:30 AM to 3 PM and dinner Sunday through Thursday, 6 PM to 10 PM and Friday and Saturday, 6 PM to 11 PM. Telephone: (786) 615-3747. For more information click HERE.

A farmers market-style pop-up in South Miami on January 12th

Updated January 6, 2020
Restaurant: Salty Donut (parking lot)
Neighborhood: South Miami
Address: 6022 South Dixie Hwy

The Salty Donut will be hosting a farmers market-style pop up in the parking lot of the South Miami Salty Donut location (6022 South Dixie Hwy) on January 12th from 10 AM -2 PM featuring local crafty vendors and their own “The Salty” bake house pop up as a vendor of their own. The Salty bake house is an opportunity to try something fun and new, allowing the pastry chefs from The Salty Donut to spread their wings outside of the donut world and create homemade items including Homemade strawberry jam, Croissants, Jalapeño cheddar biscuits, Homemade salted whipped butter, Brioche bread loaves, and Chocolate chip cookies. In addition to The Salty Donut participating as a vendor of their own through exclusive bake house items, additional vendors will include Palm Pike Apiary, Flor Morena, Buena Vista Candle Co, and Bloomwolf Studio. Visitors of Salty Sunday will be able to shop the above mentioned delicious baked treats from The Salty Donut, local honey, florals, illustrated artwork, and handmade candles.

A Cuban-American café & bistro to open on January 13th with chorizo manchego croquetas

Updated January 6, 2020
Restaurant: Bebito’s
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Address: 1504 Bay Road #106

Jason Odio, the restaurateur behind popular spots Baby Jane, Ariete and La Otra (previously Sidebar) is pleased to announce his latest culinary endeavor, Bebito’s, a dazzling Cuban-American café and bistro slated to open in January 2020 at the newly-renovated Flamingo Point (1504 Bay Road #106 Miami, Beach, 33139).  The team behind this new Miami Beach outpost includes all-star pastry chef Dallas Wynn and nationally renowned chef Henry Hane. Bebito’s will be both a neighborhood staple and Miami Beach dining destination. Chefs Wynn and Hane bring that same level of artistry and innovation to bistro classics and divine pastries that they have honed over the years to this new neighborhood cafe. Bebito’s Private Label signature blend is roasted locally in Miami featuring a powerful mix of Brazilian, Colombian and Ecuadorian beans. The brew will be offered in all traditional forms including a signature cafecito, traditional café con leche, and many more variations. Non-dairy customizations like almond and coconut milk are offered as well. The crave-worthy menu is comprised of items such as Chorizo Manchego Croquetas; Baked Egg with spinach, artichoke and cheese; Bebito’s Burger; Guava Miso Salmon Grain Bowl; Dallas’ Special Dulce de Leche Cookies; and a variety of Tostadas — Bebito’s version of a tartine with a Cuban twist. A well-curated wine list will also be available and comprised of organic and biodynamic selections. Bebito’s will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 7 days a week.