Just in time for the new year, Top Chef alums Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth will open a location of their popular Southern restaurant, Root & Bone, in South Miami on Saturday, December 29. Kickoff weekend will feature dinner service and a hangover brunch on New Year's Day. The restaurant will be closed on December 31.
Through a partnership with Miami-based Grove Bay Hospitality Group, the opening comes nearly a year after the couple, best known for Sunset Harbour restaurant Stiltsville, opened a Root & Bone pop-up at the Shelborne South Beach, which will remain open.
Root & Bone, created by McInnis and Booth, opened in New York City in 2014. In an interview with New Times , McInnis gave Booth credit for the eatery's name. "Janine came up with it
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The menu, similar to the one at the flagship up North, includes an array of down-home goodies, with items that call to the chefs' respective roots. McInnis is represented by the "bucket of
Unlike Root & Bone's locations in New York and Miami Beach, South Miami will feature a large bar area focused on scotch, whiskey and bourbon spirits. There will be weekday happy hour specials, including a ladies’ night on Thursdays. Weekend brunch will premiere on January 5 with live music, too.
Root & Bone. 5958 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami; 786-785-1001; rootnbone.com. Opening Saturday, December 29.