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Daily Digestif: Cochon 555 Recap, LauderAle Opening

By Carissa Chesanek
February 10, 2014

Your daily fill of Miami food tidbits

Last night, Pubbelly's chef Jose Mendin won best pork-infused meal (consisting of items like pork sushi and mofongo) at the touring food festival Cochon 555. The competition included four other local chefs like Bradley Herron from Michael's Genuine Food & Drink along with last year's champion, Aaron Brooks from Edge Steak & Bar. Jose will now head to Grand Cochon at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen to compete for the winning title.

The team behind Barley & Swine plans to open its latest venture Habeas Corpus in South Miami this April. Eater.com reports the new space will offer a mixed menu of "Americana with a heavy Pacific Northwest influence and a touch of Northwest Spain," while also featuring a raw bar and charcuterie bar with house-cured meats.

Clean Plate Charlies states that Fort Lauderdale's first brewery LauderAle is set to open soon. The team behind the large 3200 square foot space is currently waiting on getting their license approved and hopes to have the brewery up and running in late spring or early summer (3305 SE 14th Ave).

Places Mentioned

Pubbelly

Asian • Miami Beach

Food26 Decor21 Service22 Cost$47
 
 
 
Michael's Genuine Food & Drink

American • Design District

Food26 Decor21 Service22 Cost$59
 
 
 
Edge Steak & Bar

Steakhouse • Brickell Area

Food23 Decor24 Service23 Cost$65
 
 
 
 
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