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My Ceviche Brickell Opens March 29

Brickell residents can look forward to reasonably-priced fresh seafood when My Ceviche opens its doors this Friday, March 29.

The original 240-square-foot location opened a year ago and quickly became a hit with locals and tourists alike despite the small size and limited seating area. After all, who needs a table and chairs when you can spread out a blanket and enjoy the fresh seafood offerings just a block away?

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The new 900-square-foot Brickell restaurant is much larger and boasts indoor/outdoor seating for 32

guests. In addition to ceviche, stone crab, salads, Caribbean-style

tacos and burritos, My Ceviche Brickell will serve two rotating beer

selections ($3.95) featuring seasonal, craft, and local brews and

house-made micheladas.

As always, chef/partner Sam Gorenstein

prepares his dishes using only seafood that's less than 24 hours off the boat

from local fisherman and crab hunters throughout Miami and the Florida

Keys, which translates into an ever-changing menu featuring local

selections like cobia, yellow jack, and triggerfish.

My Ceviche

Brickell will be open seven days a week, from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Delivery will begin early April. There is no purchase minimum, but

there is a $3-5 charge for delivery to downtown and Brickell. Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Key Biscayne, and Midtown can get fresh fish at their door for an additional charge.

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