Red Ginger, the Asian-inspired restaurant located at 736 First St. in South Beach, will close for a summer revamp, almost a year to the date of its initial June 19, 2015 opening.
The restaurant will close after dinner service Saturday, June 11, and reopen with a reworked menu in time for Miami's fall season.
and the soon-to-open Bakehouse in Miami Beach, to name a few.
According to Galbut, the restaurant had to close for a while to undergo the transformation. "It's not something we could do in a day, and summer is the best time to
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Galbut was adamant about the fact that Red Ginger would reopen."We are 1,000 percent, definitely
The concept, by the way, will remain Asian, with an expanded sushi menu. Menin Hospitality's culinary director, Bernie Matz, will lead the kitchen and develop the dishes. "He's great, and he cultivates
The decor won't change much. "It's just going to be freshened up. It's beautiful, and we put a lot of work into
In a review, New Times food critic Zachary Fagenson said, "Red Ginger has the potential to be something special in South Beach." Let's hope the revamp proves to be the spark that ignites the culinary flame.