Pinch Kitchen opens at MiMo

The latest addition at MiMo, Pinch Kitchen, the new American Restaurant is finally open at 8601 Biscayne Boulevard. Replacing the previous Biscayne Diner, Pinch Kitchen is a story of imagination in the kitchen as they continuously cook up new ways to invite you, delight you, and leave a lasting impression with their new American cuisine. Their motto, ‘Small bites. Big impact.’ won’t be taken lightly. Behind the restaurant is the duo John Gallo & Rene Reyes. Chef John and Rene approach their professional and culinary life with dedication, humbleness, passion and drive to succeed. Here is more information about Pinch Kitchen :


According to New Times :

“The restaurant, which officially opens tomorrow, November 6, is already abuzz with local residents who are attracted to the warm lighting and chalkboard on the street inviting people to try the new restaurant. Although the partners admitted that the restaurant was put together on a shoestring budget, the result is a homey space decorated with potted herbs and vintage photos.The diner’s counter has been transformed into a small bar where diners can enjoy a craft beer or glass of wine curated by beverage director and general manager Alex Coello and watch Reyes and Gallo in the kitchen. The one-page menu, which will change according to seasonal ingredients, is concise with enough variety for everyone at the table. Plates are meant to be shared, with portion sizes certainly generous enough for two.” written by Laine Doss.


According to Eater :

“The Upper East Side neighborhood is proving its the place to be for restaurants. The latest to open in the area is Pinch Kitchen, from former Pubbelly Group chefs John Gallo and Rene Reyes. The restaurant is described as a “freestyle American eatery” with a focus on “small plates” and “craft beer and boutique wines” that’s housed in the space that once held the short-lived Biscayne Diner. Pinch Kitchen, located at 8601 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami is now open serving lunch Tuesday to Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., dinner Tuesday to Thursday from 5 to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday to 11 p.m.” written by Olee Fowler.


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