Tonight at Urbanite Bistro: Wine, Dine, and Gator Meat

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Fourteenth street between Overtown and the Arsht is full of wild game: zombified crackheads, worse for wear working-girls, artists, musicians, promoters, creatives, thugs, drugs, and po nine.

Now, with Urbanite Bistro in the mix, we can add the literal interpretation: animals hunted for food, not domestication, according to Wikipedia.

Urbanite Bistro (62 NE 14 St., Miami) is a new restaurant in the heart of Downtown Miami's late night district, blocks from Space and a stone's throw from Vagabond. According to their website "the menu showcases all natural meats, game, and indigenous fish."

Find out exactly what that means tonight when Dine Magazine hosts a wine and tasting menu event from 6 - 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 advance, and $15 at the door. That's right, tonight this restaurant has a cover charge.

Here's the menu.

  • Pork & Shrimp Savories with Ginger-Scallion Tamari dip
  • Wild Mushroom Empanadas with Truffle Gravy dip
  • Shrimp Corn Dogs with Mango Ketchup & Chinese Mustard dips
  • Lemon Grass & Red Curry Mussels on Chinese Soup Spoons
  • Alligator Egg Roll bites with Mango & Roasted Jalapeno Crème

Click here for more event info, or log on to urbanitebistro.com.

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