This Week's Top Miami Restaurant and Food News

By Carissa Chesanek  |  April 18, 2014

From new restaurants popping up, to ultimate foodie guides, here's a look at the week's tastiest dining-and-drinking news.

- We brought you eight of the most decadent desserts found in Miami which includes the massive Chocolate Indulgence at Barton G. - The Restaurant.

- Kush Wynwood recently opened its cozy space and we gave you the cheat sheet to everything you need to know about it, including its brownie served with a "kushy" accompaniment: a small plastic baggie of "greens."

- After 37 years, South Beach's staple 24-hour David's Cafe will close its doors on April 20. [Short Order]

- Brickell's Tobacco Road is moving from its original historic location to "the triangle building on the edge of the parking lot" at 69 SW Seventh Street." []

- Redbar in Brickell revamped its interior and recently reopened this week showing off a more vintage, speakeasy-style vibe. [Short Order]

- We served you Miami's must-try hot dogs to try including Dogma Grill's Tropicale and Pincho Factory's Cartel Dog.

Chef Diego Oka chats about his new venture La Mar by Gaston Acurio, the ingredient he finds too stinky to use and why he got thrown out of a taxi. 

- The Southeast Asian street-food-style eatery Sriracha House plans on opening its doors in South Beach on May 2.

- Coral Gable's new wine bar, Uvaggio held its grand opening this week, offering a new "tasting backwards" concept. [Short Order]

- Pinecrest's Chill-N plans to open its second outpost in Aventura this May, featuring its popular "flash-freeze liquid nitrogen" ice cream. [Short Order]