They came quietly, those Pubbelly Boys. In November 2010, partners Andreas Schreiner, Jose Mendin, and Sergio Navarro opened Pubbelly, a small pork-centric, Asian-inspired gastropub on the quiet, west side of South Beach known to locals as Sunset Harbour. The restaurant quickly built a following for its seemingly perfect menu of pork belly dumplings, pork belly mofongo, and the McBelly, a pork belly slider. As an encore, the trio opened Pubbelly Sushi and then Barceloneta on the same block — essentially monopolizing Sunset Harbour and turning it into one of the hottest dining destinations in Miami Beach. The three even opened a media group to handle both their own branding and that of outside clients. Of course, there have been glitches, with the closing of a few restaurants along the way. What makes these Pubbelly Boys special is that when there's a bump in the road, they dust themselves off and go forward, learning from their mistakes. In the past year, they collaborated with Norwegian Cruise Line to open Food Republic on the Norwegian Escape, where diners order dumplings and noodles from iPads while at sea. The guys also just opened their first restaurant on mainland Miami — PB Station — along with their first cocktail lounge. These boys might have come a long way from one tiny restaurant in SoBe, but their hearts — and their dumplings — are always firmly planted in Miami.