This restaurant feels like it’s inside a very nice hotel on Miami Beach - with lots of light wood and natural light. But it’s a nice change of pace from the Grove’s smaller old-school spots, where it’s usually hard to get to the bathroom without bumping into half the dining room. There’s always a big lunch crowd and like the restaurant itself, the menu is quite large, with everything from pizza and sandwiches to a ribeye. But it’s best to stick to the vegetables and seafood here, like the roasted sunchokes, some oysters, and if none of the fish sounds too exciting, the pizza is a good back-up plan.
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