FLORIDA — Bon Appetit launched its listing of the “50 Best New Restaurants Of 2022” this week, and eating places that made the minimize, included three from Florida.
The meals web site put collectively the listing, divided by area, with suggestions on what to order. As Floridians , the writers counsel these eating places as definitely worth the journey.
“As we crisscrossed the country in search of the 50 best new restaurants of 2022, we were overwhelmed by how thrilling restaurant culture is at this moment,” the writers stated. “The industry has been through a lot in the last few years, but these new restaurants point to a hopeful next chapter. … After the pandemic made plain exactly how thankless restaurant work can be, some of the places on this list are challenging industry norms and putting their staff first in ways that feel new and refreshing.”
Here are the Florida eating spots on the listing:
Owners Pili Restrepo, Josh Hackler, and chef Sebastián Vargas give attention to indigenous elements and preparations rendered in a recent, Miami means. The kitchen group cooks and grinds maíz each day to make tortillas from scratch. “That same maiz is in just about every dish on the menu: esquites, corn grits, tetelas, and arepas. Our advice is to order it all and pair your feast with one of their natural wines, craft beers, or cocteles,” the writers stated.
What to order:
Esquites ($18); Crudo ($18); Tetela ($16); Grilled Octopus ($36); Pork Cheek Carnitas ($36).
“Paradis Books & Bread’s Instagram bio reads, ‘rad books, wine bar, sour dough.’ At this worker-owned hybrid retail shop and restaurant in North Miami, which operates from breakfast to evening, you can get all three of those offerings, and then some,” the editors stated.
Their bread-centric night menu options tinned fish served alongside do-it-yourself sourdough and seaweed butter, in addition to pizzas by the sq. slice.
What to order: Kale Salad ($9); assorted tinned fish ($9); assorted pizza by the slice ($3); reliably scrumptious rotating desserts.
Sunny’s Steakhouse at Lot 6 is a totally en plein air restaurant, white tablecloths and all. The Bon Appetit writers counsel you begin with the tableside martini service, then transfer on to chef Carey Hynes’s meals, ready within the lot’s outside kitchen. “As soon as your dreamy meal reaches its close, you’ll want to come back for every occasion. Sunny’s Steakhouse is currently closed for the summer for renovations and will reopen in the fall with an indoor dining room and kitchen.”
What to order: Parker House Rolls ($4); Caesar Salad ($15); Tuna Tartare ($18); Striped Bass Crudo ($17); Dry-Aged Ribeye ($156); Potato Butter ($3).