Rosie’s is a restaurant from Miami’s Copper Door B&B team, who found themselves with an empty hotel and bills to pay during the pandemic. Their menu was small at first, with a fried chicken sandwich, fish and grits, and a few more excellent southern brunch dishes. And when I first ordered from them, the smell of the fish and grits in my passenger seat made me want to throw my car in park right in the middle of the highway so I could start tearing into it with my fingers. Thankfully I didn’t do that - but I think that urge sums up the food at Rosie’s pretty well. They’ve since expanded with new dishes like wild mushroom polenta and rigatoni carbonara and have outdoor seating now too. It is probably the best brunch you’ll find in Miami, and they serve the best chicken and waffles in town.
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