Mexican hospitality group Cinbersol Group, decided to open a US branch for Cantina La Veinte. And they choose Icon Brickell for their first location. Cantina La Veinte is not a restaurant, nor a bar. It is a place where you eat good, drink well and have a great time there. It is versatile, where you can mix your social and business worlds together. We meet here to dream and chat in a casual place, yet with a fine service, good food, and great mood. More information about Cantina La Veinte :
According to Herald :
“Designed by Mexican architectural firm Niz + Chauvet, the 450-seat indoor/outdoor restaurant and bar will combine a Mexican Art Deco style and the decor of a traditional Mexican cantina, featuring a floor-to-ceiling black onyx bar with antiqued mirrors and a geometric, pyramid-shaped black and gold chandelier.” written by Ina Paiva Cordle.
According to Urban Daddy :
“And the reasons to frequent this place are numerous. But here are a few big ones.
It’s hot. Obviously. That’s what 160 tequilas and 80 mezcals are for. Now, you can opt to sit on the patio overlooking the water, but again: hot. So go for the floor-to-ceiling black onyx bar inside and order a Cantina Margarita with chipotle-infused tequila. Make that two.
First: keeper. Second: follow the marble floor to a table surrounded by Mexican folk art. Order the fried ribeye with guacamole. Gaze longingly at… the empty plate.
There’s a market here with made-to-order sandwiches, wine and fresh Mexican horchatas.”
According to Eater :
“So what can you expect to see on the menu? Expect high-end, classic Mexican fare such as Chiles Rellenos, Tortas and Bacalao a la Vizcaina, created by Mexico City import Executive Chef Santiago Gomez, along with lots and lots of booze. In fact, Cantina promises to have one of the largest selections of tequilas and mezcals in the United States. Adjacent to the massive, 220-foot art deco styled Cantina La Veinte will be Mercado an outdoor dining area, which will offer wines, cheeses, a coffee and juice bar and a deli with made-to-order sandwiches.” written by Eater Staff.
According to Miami Culinary :
“For the menu at Cantina La Veinte, the team has enlisted executive chef Santiago Gomez who will bring his culinary prowess to Miami from Mexico City. To start, diners will be able to choose from an array of authentic Mexican appetizers: Botanas Del Mar and De La Tierra (starters from the sea and from the land), which will include Aguachile – prawns or scallops in a Serrano chile lime marinade; Tostadas de Atun – yellowfin tuna, crispy wonton chips, grilled corn guacamole, “Xcatic” peppers and chipotle aioli; and Gorditas de Chicharron Prensado – pressed chicharron, thick homemade tortilla and tomatillo salsa. Tortas, or Mexican Sandwiches, will feature Bacalao a la Vizcaina – Bizcaine-style salt cod braised in tomato sauce with olives, red peppers, garlic and Spanish olive oil; and Pierna – roasted pork leg with avocado, fresh cream and chipotle sauce. Main plates known as Fuertes will include Huachinango Frito – a deep fried, whole-roasted boneless red snapper with chile de arbol salsa and crisp garlic flakes; and Cecina de Yecapixtla – thinly sliced smoked beef, herb Requesón cheese, farm fresh cream and Nopal cactus salad. Blending a hint of heat with bold flavor, Chiles Rellenos (stuffed peppers) such as the Güero – fresh Xcatic pepper stuffed with smoked marlin ceviche and passion fruit coulis; Jalapeño – bacon-wrapped jalapeño peppers with cream cheese and pasilla-chile marmalade; and Poblano – roasted poblano pepper with black bean chorizo and Oaxaca cheese sauce, are sure to delight both Mexican cuisine lovers and foodies alike.”
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