A new addition to Brickell’s vibrant dining scene, Baby Jane now opens since May 3rd. Brought to you by Native Sons Hospitality, the beloved emerging hospitality group behind Ariete, helmed by Sidebar’s Jason Odio and Cyprus Room alum, Chef Michael Beltran, along with Odio’s longtime mentor, nightlife honcho Roman Jones, Baby Jane fills a void among Brickell’s high-priced eateries, providing a laid-back bungalow atmosphere for post-work craft cocktails and evening snacks like duck and foie gras croquettas and pastrami tacos. Here is more information about Baby Jane :
According to Urban Daddy :
“First, take whatever notions you have of Brickell hangouts and leave them stacked neatly by the door. Good. That’ll make it a lot easier to take in the elk horns on the wall, the church pew seats and the cozy fireplace. The fireplace is mostly there for show, though. Oh, there you are, Brickell. Starting at the bar is probably the right call. You’ll want to scan the “Punch Board” and see if anything strikes your fancy. Maybe a Jane and Juice with gin, passion fruit, jalapeño and honey. But be advised that a bottle of beer will play just as well here. Blame the elk horns.”
According to New Times :
“Baby Jane does have a few booths running along its walls, but I opted to sit at the bar, which in hindsight was a good choice that I highly recommend. The cocktail-forward nature of the joint means this really doesn’t feel like a restaurant at all. Here, I could see myself ordering drinks and bites to nibble on as the night wears on. Which is exactly what I did, beginning with the Bebito ($13), made with Illegal mezcal, lime juice, simple syrup, Luxardo maraschino, green chartreuse, muddled jalapeño, and rosemary. The not-too-sweet concoction was balanced out with the heat of the jalapeño. The Jane & Juice ($14) was also a wise choice. Made with Bombay Sapphire gin, cucumber bitters, lime juice, St-Germain, and egg white, it reminded me of a meringue cookie.” written by Jose D. Duran.
According to Eater :
“Housed inside the 500 Brickell building it features a variety of food and beverages with an old school American feel. On the food side, think elevated bar grub like grilled wings in a soy caramel sauce, duck and foie gras croquetas, tacos made with short rib pastrami, along with heartier dishes like a “Pig Stack” burger made with two pork patties and BBQ chicken thighs. To wash all that food down with is plenty of libations focusing on dozens of housemade bitters, tonics and shrubs, and “ever changing” punch board, plus local beers on tap and by the bottle and lots of wines.” written by Olee Fowler.
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