What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?We've done Hometown Barbecue take out a bunch. They're awesome. I go to Babes Meat & Counter all the time. There's a great Nikkei-inspired Peruvian place called Itamae. Macchialina on the Beach is always a favorite of ours. Of course, there's A pizza Brooklyn and Ghee. Those are the big hitters. Right now, we're doing some Joe's because the season is here. And my new favorite, which I've done practically every week is the Lazy Oyster. A bunch of guys are doing delivery oysters from all the big spots, Washington, California, Massachusetts, and they are phenomenal. The price is fantastic. They're on Instagram. They shuck them and leave them in the shell. My daughter loves like the oyster water. She'll help me prepare my oyster with mignonette. It's become another ritual. It's so cool - like you guys - people have become creative and resilient in what they've done to adjust to the new reality. We are happy to support these businesses.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?When we get to go out again, I look forward to Lan Pan Asian. I love Kazu and Johnson and I hope that we can have avocados again for them. They've been using our produce for several years. Around the corner from our house is Hole in the Wall. They have a great blackened dolphin sandwich with a really decent portion of mahi. And, great French fries - ask for them extra crispy.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Right now, the only place we’re ordering from is Local Pie for pizza. It's delicious and we get to freeze it as well. I've been cooking a lot at home. In terms of restaurants before this situation, we used to go to Tacos and Tatoos a lot with the kids and Mi'talia in South Miami. Also, I love Pub Belly.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?I love Bangkok City on Bird Road - it is a tiny sushi restaurant. It's a small family restaurant and I always feel welcome there and they have such great sushi. I support Brewing Buddha cafe, the art house coffee shop. The owners are wonderful. I've actually run into them at the farmer's market before. Supporting small businesses seems more important now than ever.