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Facebook Live With Pubbelly's Jose Mendin Today at 3:30

Facebook Live With Pubbelly's Jose Mendin Today at 3:30
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Pubbelly cofounder, chef Jose Mendin is opening Habitat at the 1 Hotel South Beach.

The restaurant, set to debut in the old Beachcraft space this November, will offer a new take on health food by using wood-baked cookery and an extensive selection of raw items. "Raw means more than 'raw bar,'" Mendin says.

The restaurant will offer a salad sommelier who will consult with guests to create a custom experience. The menu will be executed by chef de cuisine Angel Palacios, a Michelin-starred Spanish toque.

New Times will speak with Mendin from the Habitat space live today at 3:30 p.m. The chef will discuss the new restaurant and menu items.

In addition, Mendin will talk about how Hurricane Maria has affected his native Puerto Rico and his efforts to help friends, family, and co-workers on the island.

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Habitat at 1 Hotel South Beach. 2377 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-604-1000; 1hotels.com. Opening November 2017.

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