Daily Digestif: #BarBlitz EditionBy Carissa Chesanek
March 19, 2014 By Carissa Chesanek | March 19, 2014
Your daily fill of Miami food tidbits
The team behind Coconut Grove's LoKal opens its new venture Kush in Wynwood on Friday. According to Short Order, the menu (featuring items like boar sausage and Kush brownies) will be relatively small but the beer selection will be vast with a main focus on craft brews.
The gourmet burger chain Red Robin now offers adult milkshakes made with wine. NPR.org reports the first "wine shake" to hit the menu is Mango Moscato, mixed with vodka, mango puree and vanilla ice cream, all served in a fancy cocktail glass.
FoodBeast.com states the reason behind wine tasting so badly while flying is "due to the altitude and dryness of cabin air." For an easy tip on how to make onboard vino taste better, pour a little wine out into a plastic cup, reseal the bottle and lightly shake it before pouring the rest and drinking.
Miami.com says Ceviche 105 is coming to Lincoln Road soon. The Peruvian spot known for its potent Pisco sours and ceviche "seafood orgy" plans to take over the former Kim’s Chinese space at 1245 Lincoln Road.