As October rolls around each year, I get giddy thinking about the *slightly* cooler temperatures, fun-sized bags of Halloween candies (so I can pretend I’m practicing portion control while completely disregarding the number of these bite-sized treats I’ve consumed in one sitting- sorry not sorry) and last but certainly not least, the South Beach Seafood Festival.
Dining al fresco in Miami is a hot commodity (pun intended) and Malibu Farm is quite literally a breath of fresh air to the scene. It’s the kind of place where you don’t have to sacrifice your weight-loss ambitions for the sake of a boozy brunch. And now, with the launch of its Sundowners, there’s no need to sacrifice at happy hour either.
Having worked in Brickell for several years, I became all too familiar with the same post-work hubs for booze and bites, including the classic Novecento. As someone who’s always appreciated a juicy Argentine cut, the news of a fresh new menu was enough to have me racing back to the old stomping grounds.