Daily Digestif: Ladurée Opens, Kush Coming SoonBy Carissa Chesanek
March 3, 2014 By Carissa Chesanek | March 3, 2014
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Matthew Kuscher, owner of Coconut Grove's burger joint LoKal, plans to open a new space called Kush very soon in Wynwood. According to Eater.com, the new venue will feature various rotating, "hard-to-find" brews alongside half of LoKal's menu (which means plenty of burgers) and half of its specialty items like signature Kush brownies (with secret but legal ingredients hidden inside) and killer boar sausages.
Guy Fieri, he of the spiky hair, will visit Sakaya Kitchen on tonight's episode of Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, which airs at 11 PM on Food Network.
Short Order reports that the French bakery Ladurée opened its third U.S. location (others are in New York City) in Miami Beach. While guests can currently enjoy plenty of colorful macarons and limited-edition, Art Deco-looking boxes to carry them out in, soon there will also be an outdoor terrace and champagne bar to enjoy as well.