PB Station brings the very best of craft American cuisine to the dinner tables of Downtown Miami, reflecting the wonderful influence of the cultural diversity across the America’s. Chef José Mendin has constructed a dynamic setting with an original and adaptable menu that complements the high-class appetite of the busy businessman and is a place where a night of gourmet indulgence is had. An original Pubbelly Boys Group concept, the restaurant takes diners on an expedition from the moment they step foot onto the platform of PB Station. The striking traditional train station setting is the backdrop to a restaurant that has a menu bursting with immense flavors. Whether it’s their very first stop, or their final destination, guests have the pleasure of travelling through the diverse and delicious gastronomic stops from a Chef José Mendin crafted and American inspired menu. Here is more information about PB Station :
According to Urban Daddy :
“You’ll walk into the Langford, stay on the ground floor and head directly to the Grand-Central-station-meets-London-Underground sanctuary known as PB Station. Take your seat at one of the banquettes and signal the parade of tapas to begin. Seafood charcuterie with octopus pepperoni and lobster sausage. French onion soup dumplings. Other things on this menu. A drink will sound tempting. You’ll order an FDR with gin, dashi brine and kyuri zuke pickles. But don’t cash in your chips just yet.”
According to Eater :
“The Pubbelly Boys have officially opened the doors to their latest concept, PB Station inside the newly opened Langford Hotel at 121 SE 1st Street — the site that once held the Miami National Bank. PB Station is the first Miami restaurant for the guys off Miami Beach and features “American food in a way it hasn’t been done before” according to its executive chef, Jose Mendin.” written by Olee Fowler.
According to Miami.com :
“The newest concept from the chefs behind Miami Beach’s Pubbelly empire is PB Station, which opened April 4 inside the Langford Hotel in downtown Miami. Squint your eyes at the menu, says chef executive Jose Mendin, and you’ll find traces of the defunct but much-beloved PB Steak.” written by Carlos Frías.
According to New Times :
“PB Station’s menu incorporates many items from PB Steak and the PB Fish pop-up, Mendin says, but don’t call it a steakhouse. “When we decided to do the restaurant at the hotel, we saw the space and decided it was a good opportunity to rebrand the concept and do what we really wanted to do.” Mendin describes the menu, driven by steak and seafood, as akin to the fare at an American craft eatery. “It’s very approachable. You can have oysters from the raw bar, you can have a steak, or you can have composed dishes. You can also have just a few appetizers.” Menu items include seafood-based charcuterie such as octopus pepperoni, rock shrimp mortadella, and Thai lobster sausage; Florida Wagyu filet mignon with foie butter and caramelized garlic; and Gulf swordfish with rock shrimp, charred pearl onion, and green peppercorn sauce.” written by Laine Doss.
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