Miami has some of the lowest social scores from data pull from the RSMI. However, two restaurants that are Foodable Top 25 Miami veterans, Pubbelly and Michael's Genuine (this month's no. 7) both are restaurants that Miami residents and visitors can't get enough of. Both of these restaurants feature a gastropub atmosphere, without the greasy bar food. Is the relaxed gastrobar experience a reason for their success? More South Florida restaurants are revamping their decor to mimic American Gastropubs.
The fine-dining chef, Albert Cabrera, decided to open Bread + Butter. This Coral Gables restaurant offers traditional Cuban dishes, but in an American style gastropub. The Spanish eatery, Bulla Gastrobar offers a fine dining experience, but in a fun, energetic and more laid back atmosphere. Have consumers had enough with stuffy fine-dining atmospheres? Is this why the more relaxed gastrobar look and feel is becoming so popular? Read More