Miami Smokers is a Smokehouse on a mission to bring timeless curing and smoking techniques and heritage breed pork to Miami consumers, one slice of bacon at a time. They strive to use the very best, most sustainable and locally available products. Such as pigs raised with no antibiotics or hormones, allowed to graze in pastures, fed a wholesome, all vegetarian, grain based diet; or natural evaporated cane sugar from Central Florida and our very own harvested, Miami coast, sea salt. They opened their first location at Little Havana and now they are going to open a pop-up at the former Sushi Maki Place, 1000 S. Miami Ave. in Brickell. Here is more information about Miami Smokers at Brickell :
According to New Times :
“Located adjacent to Mary Brickell Village, Miami Smokers Express will seat roughly 50 people between indoor and outdoor seating. Barrientos said this concept would serve as a prelude to what people can expect from their market opening in the downtown Miami Central Station project. Fans from their flagship shop will be able to enjoy the same menu they grew to love. The new appetizers will also be on the menu at Miami Smokers Express. Additions include a slider trio made from its popular sandwiches including the porcheta preparada, BBQ berk, and a Smokers frita (three of the same sliders are $9; an assortment of three is $10) and a Floridian meat board ($4 per meat, $3 per cheese). The smokehouse is also rolling out its version of charcuterie with Miami Smokers homemade sausages (one for $6, two for $11, and three for $15).” written by Alexandria Guerra.
According to Gecce Miami :
“The partners and founders of the Little Havana smokehouse are starting a new project, opening on Monday, June 13, a Miami Smokers Express pop-up will be at the former Sushi Maki location at 1000 S. Miami Ave. in Brickell. According to the Miami Smokers website, the Brickell pop-up will remain open until mid-September. “
Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.