The best chicken and waffles in town. If you really like eating great food it's a must go. Don't think it twice.
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Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli's creative cuisine is driven by local ingredients, and Giorgio's own way of turning contemporary American cuisine into something magical. Chef doesn't stop at just creative cooking techniques, he pushes the boundaries on plating and flavors. Combinations that you never thought possible are...More
My godson and family invited me to brunch at this place ,had not only never been but had no idea it existed ...And what a surprise it was for us all ( they had not been there either just read reviews) we were unable to...More
OMG!!! This place is fantastic! Our son wanted to celebrate his birthday there with his girlfriend and friends and we went. The food is amazing; everything on the menu. We ordered different dishes and shared. The eggs Benedict, the Cuban pork, the torrejas and Captain...More
My fiancée & I had a lovely dinner here. We went for 4 appetizers: olives, fritters, carpaccio, & cauliflower. We washed it down with a Malbec from Mendoza. For dessert we ate a mango panna cota. All top notch. Total bill: $160. The staff was...More
We celebrated a friends birthday at this place. I had never heard of it before going but was pleasantly surprized. Very interesting "local" food menu. The Chicken & Waffles was killer!
Great restaurant, the owner apparently won Chopped and started the restaurant as a popup and became so popular it's now a permanent fixture to northern Coral Gables. The waitstaff are friendly and polite and I've never had a bad meal here after +20 visits Dinner...More
Delicious interpretations of american classics, the frequently mentioned carbonara is that good! We ordered the 7 course menu ($39 per person) which is interesting to try more dishes. Chicken & waffles was pretty good, and so were the brussels sprouts and the dirt pot. Didn’t...More
Although the service was excellent, aspects of their Sunday brunch were disappointing. Eating House's decision to serve food at room temperature diminishes the taste since the aroma is lacking. My 'eggs Benedict' consisted of only one small egg over thick crusty bread with a less...More
My husband and I had brunch plans here during a trip to Miami last week. I'd read great things in previous reviews and we were not disappointed. It is a small, cozy restaurant. We were there at about 11am on a Saturday immediately after they...More