Batch Gastropub, a nice looking space opens recently in Brickell neighborhood. It was opened around last week at 50 SW 12th St, Miami. Batch will serve locally-sourced menu and expansive drink list. Here is some more information :
According to Urban Daddy :
People. This is big. Carbonated cocktails on tap. That’s happening here. “Here” being a massive wood-and-brick warehouse. With a circular marble bar, flat-screens and a roll-up garage door that turns the front into a proper drinking patio.
But back to the cocktails: they’ve got five of them waiting to course through handmade copper taps built to handle some carbonation. Like the King Clay (bourbon with ginger and rosemary shrubs).
According to Miami New Times :
“The duo has been planning this venture for a half-decade and working on the space for nearly a year, building bars from scratch, installing a wood-burning oven, and enlisting the help of Michael Reidt to create the menu along with chefs Adrian Talavera and Pablo Zitzmann.
Speaking of the menu, think bar food with sophisticated twists. Mac ‘n’ cheese is made with gnocchi and aged Gruyère; pizzas are topped with short rib and pumpkin; and nachos are slathered with duck confit instead of ground beef. In addition to a large selection of beers, there are cocktails on tap — small-batch margaritas, slings, and Collins, as well as house-made sodas and carbonated cocktails.” written by Laine Doss.
According to Miami Eater :
Kevin Danilo, who is one of the proud progenitors of Batch Gastropub, along with Jerry Flynn, the idea is not all that dissimilar to making large quantities of vegetable stock.
Fortunately, the final product is starkly dissimilar and rather than getting a shot glass full of veggie stew, Batch is serving up a fine array of mixed drinks in record time without sacrificing the least bit of taste.
According to Zagat :
“The kitchen also boasts a wood-burning oven for homemade pizzas. The bar focuses on craft beer and cocktails, with several pre-made signature drinks like margaritas available on tap. Since grabbing a drink at any bar can be a hassle on a busy night, seven tasting tables house their own taps, where drinks can be ordered courtesy of an Android tablet. Guests can even send drink credits to other tables if a squad of wingmen prove to be too gun shy for an in-person introduction. In addition to dinner service, the gastropub plans to offer lunch, happy hour, and late night dining shortly after opening.” written by Billy Lyons
Miami City Social will update more about their full menu and schedule after they’re fully running.