Doggi’s Arepa Bar opens at MiMo

An adventure that began in 2010 with a hot dog cart called Doggi’s & More, where the famous “Asquerocitos” (Hot Dogs) starts selling. The success made them to bring more of the food and seasoning to another level with a full Home-Made menu. Where they would represent the Venezuelan food as nobody had previously represented it in Miami, by the hand of my mother Yoleida Galiano and our Chef Carlos Esteves. Never forgetting that the complement for a good meal is a good Customer Service, under the responsibility of Giovanni Esteves. The Restaurant is based on the values inculcated at home, as Love and Respect, not only for the customers but also for the products that are 100% fresh and selected each day to bring the best to your table. Doggi’s Arepa Bar now opens their 2nd location at 7281 Biscayne Blvd. Here is more information about it :


According to Eater :

“Doggi’s and member of Eater Miami’s top 10 arepas list has opened a second location at 7281 Biscayne Blvd in the ever-growing MiMo area. The restaurant is housed in the same shopping center as Ni.Do Cafe and Flavorish Market. The new space has more modern touches as well, even sporting hashtags on the walls according to the New Times. The restaurant is now open Monday through Wednesday 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., Thursday 9 a.m. to midnight, Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.” written by Olee Fowler.


According to New Times :

“Along with a new location, the arepa bar also received a facelift. Estevez said he wanted to do away with the traditional folkloric look and incorporate a youthful vibe into the brand. A wall is covered with hashtags he stated that they’ve popularized like #arepa, #curda, and #chevre and each table is stamped the same way with some that read #bendicion, #conchale, and #naguara. They’ve decided to keep the wallpaper collage with traditional Venezuelan products to maintain a homey vibe but instead of Oscar D’León, Phoenix blasts from the speakers. Estevez credits his business partners, mother Yoleida Galiano and brother Giovani Esteves, for the brand’s growth. The restaurant started as a modest hot dog business with the family selling their wares under a bridge in Brickell — hence their name Doggi’s.” written by Christian Portilla.


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