Wynwood Kitchen & Bar Set to Open During Art Basel

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Wynwood patrons and foodies will have yet another reason to rejoice come this fall. Goldman Properties founder Tony Goldman, who runs Joey’s and Wish, will add to the revamping of the neighborhood with Wynwood Kitchen & Bar. The restaurant, which is a partnership with his daughter Jessica Goldman Srebnik, is described as an “American brasserie.”

The 5,000-square-foot, warehouse-style restaurant will premier during Art Basel, so the opening could not come at a better time for all the international guests. The menu is also something to boast about. Marco Ferraro, Jean Georges’ protégé, will craft the menu and graffiti artist Shephard Fairey and Christian Awe will decorate the restaurant with murals. If you’re looking for a good time with a few drinks, the creative cocktails are named after artists within the Wynwood area.

Here are some of the mouth-watering delicacies offered at Wynwood Kitchen & Bar:

Menu Sampling

Starters: ($7-$10)
 Sautéed garlicky mussels in a flavorful tomato broth, tuna tartare with avocado, chili oil and ginger vinaigrette.

Hummus, taboulleh and baba ganoush with warm pita bread, local tomato gazpacho with succulent cucumber, watermelon and housemade croutons, crispy artichoke hearts with Romesco dipping sauce.

Selection of housemade sausages, ranging from savory beef with spicy mustard to lamb with a cumin spiked yogurt dip

Burgers, sandwiches and salads: ($9-$12) Six juicy burger selections served on brioche or multi-grain pita with spicy slaw or crisp hand-cut fries, include an all natural Angus beef with sautéed local mushrooms, caramelized onions and melted Swiss, tuna with pickled cucumber, house ground turkey with lemon coriander and a saucy braised barbecue pork burger.

Gruyere cheese steak with crispy onions, a classic turkey club and a tuna pain bagna served on a choice of several house-baked breads with salads or fries.

Greek salad with delicate locally made feta, cucumber and plum tomatoes.

Clay pots: ($9-$24) Local snapper and mussel curry spiked with ginger, mango and basil, tender braised pork with pineapple and cardamom, or chicken curry with the snap of fresh Fresno chili.

Entrees: ($18-$24) Caramelized grilled rib eye with garlic-rosemary confit, juicy hanger steak with Romesco sauce.

Fried fish and chips.

Lemony steamed local snapper with herb compote.

Roasted chicken au jus.

Grilled herb-crusted lamb chops,

Sides: ($6) Paradise Farms sauteed mushrooms, 
mac and cheese, 
creamed spinach, 
crispy onions and crazy couscous.

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