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Published August 01, 2012

Fixed Assets
A SoBe Gastropub with All-Day Breakfast

Consider, for a moment, breakfast.

Some say, the most important meal of the day.

You say, the most important meals of the day.

We say... sounds like you could probably use a place that never stops serving pork-belly Benedict.

Introducing Fix, a brick-lined gastropub that’s dishing up beers, burgers and breakfast food (think cereal-crusted french toast) at all hours of the day, now open in South Beach.

Breakfast for dinner. Dinner for lunch. Rice Krispies–coated french toast with bourbon-caramel sauce for everything. That’s sort of the deal here. A sprawling bar and brick patio space at the newly renovated Blue Moon Hotel that strongly supports your right to eat scrambled eggs. Whenever you damn well please.

So, after a hangover or during a date. Both perfectly acceptable times to grab a marble-topped table here. When you sit, look to the side. You’ll notice some chalkboards dangling from ribbons. Use them to play Hangman. Or pen the next great American dinner order.

And some of the things you’ll want to include in that order: Duroc-pork-belly Benedict and a rock-shrimp-and-stone-crab omelet. Also, a frosty bottle of Delirium Tremens.

It’s part of an all-day balanced breakfast.
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