Featuring american comfort food with a twist, City Hall restaurant is Biscayne Boulevard’s newest down-home, brasserie-style dining destination.
Seasoned restaurant veteran Steve Haas, and acclaimed chef Tom Azar teamed up to create City Hall restaurant a new down-home, brasserie-style dining destination located on the bustling Biscayne Boulevard.
The two-story, 6,000 square foot eatery, located five blocks north of Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and a five minute drive from downtown Miami.
Opening for lunch and dinner daily, the moderately priced menu will average below $20 per person for lunch and $25 per person for dinner. The menu, designed to appeal to diners who love down home dishes as well as those with a more sophisticated palate, features Chef Azar’s comfort food specialties as well as a selection of classics with a twist.
Old school entrees will include a to-die-for country-style meatloaf with house-made gravy, perfectly portioned for one, served with chorizo and maple mac ‘n’ cheese, baby French green beans and crispy onions; several juicy cuts of steak, and a perfectly roasted chicken, served with steakhouse traditional sides.
Chef Azar’s signature – a burger with a mixture of Black Angus beef, brisket and pork, and a fried oyster po’ boy sandwich – served with a choice of hand-cut fries, sweet and spicy coleslaw, or a side salad, are sure to please. Pizzas from the wood burning oven, such as a duck, bacon, and asiago cheese, are on offer daily.
Mains include a sesame seared salmon served with green onion jasmine rice, shiitake mushrooms, and soy braised baby bok choy with a miso glaze; Latin-inspired seared scallops from Maine, with a jalapeño emulsion, pico de gallo, and a black bean and sweet corn salsa to name a few. To round out the offerings, a selection of classic desserts with a spin is available.
Source: Digest Miami