Tasting Menus: Miami's Gateway to the Big Leagues
Shikany's Miyazaki strip tenderloin sashimi
A growing group of South Florida chefs offers wildly expensive, lengthy, creative meals to a new generation of Miami diners who demand sophistication and off-menu experiences. In doing so, chef Gregory Pugin of the Biltmore Hotel's Palme d'Or, Michael Shikany of Wynwood's Shikany, and others are moving Miami into a more sophisticated league, approaching more refined culinary capitals like New York, Chicago, and San Francisco, where over-the-top menus stretching beyond 20 courses and bills of $400 per person are commonplace. Read the full article "Tasting Menus: Miami's Gateway to the Big Leagues," now posted on Short Order.
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