There are two ways to unveil a new restaurant: with grand fanfare, hoping to fill the rafters from day one, or oh-so softly, in order to iron kinks and hone systems before the crowds descend. The risk in strategy number one is that the establishment might fumble the kickoff and prove incapable of satisfactorily servicing throngs of people. This leads to poor word of mouth — the last thing you want as a first impression. Quiet openings are also prone to problems, some of which are evident at Indian Palate, which held its almost silent debut in Coral Gables... More >>>