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Shikany Closed, Scheduled to Reopen Mid-February

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Shikany, the inventive Wynwood restaurant from Michael Shikany, is closed this weekend.

Trying to make a reservation, OpenTable's system stated, "A temporary connectivity issue occurred between OpenTable and the restaurant's electronic reservation book."

See also: Shikany in Wynwood: Foams, Dehydrated Foods, and Vanilla Cotton Candy (Photos)

On a lucrative Saturday evening, a visit to the eatery showed no signs of life -- only a note taped to the door:

"Shikany is closed this weekend due to plumming [sic] issues. We apologize."

A phone recording states the restaurant will reopen in mid-February.

Shikany, self-described as "departing from Miami's comfort zone of rustic and simplistic dining," opened in April 2014 and drew praise for high-concept dinners filled with the creative chef's edible "dusts," "soils," and "paint."

Messages left for the chef/restaurateur weren't immediately returned.

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