If the trip to the farmers market is your favorite day of the week, you are going to be very happy at EntreNos. The pop-up operates out of Tinta Y Cafe (the one in Miami Shores) Wednesday through Saturday. Every ingredient—except a squash or two—is sourced from Florida. But what’s most impressive is what EntreNos does with those ingredients: turns them into beautifully plated dishes with curveball ingredients that work shockingly well. The crudo uses blue runner—typically a baitfish used to catch more desirable fish. The Florida oysters are topped with fried hazelnuts, Homestead sea grapes turn into sorbet, and they had the foresight to save summer mangoes and turn them into thinly sliced pickles. This is a very exciting pop-up to keep an eye on, and a reservation to prioritize when you want a dinner that is all about the food.