We're heading to Miami again next week and one thing CJ, the co-publisher, and I must do on every trip is eat well. We're both foodies and enjoy trying new places and types of food, but also have some favorites.
Michael's Genuine. I've talked about it before and took The Man there for our 20th anniversary last October. It's different and delish.
In December, CJ and I wanted to check out the famous Books & Books store and I fell in love with Coral Gables. We ate at Charlotte Bistro, which was tasty. It was a little extra fun because of our friend Charlotte, whose name I borrowed in Devotion.
This trip, we're debating Michael's Genuine again, since it's been several months for both of us now. Or Eating House. Read this, their story about how they got started and why they don't call their place a "restaurant." It all sounds, well, interesting. I'm not sure if it's the type of place that I'll hate or fall in love with, but I'm game for anything. Especially when the menu can be this ... or whatever they decide for that day. Yeah, it sounds a little risky, but I think it could be kind of fun.
What do you think? Should we give this unique place a try? What would you do?