And how you always say, “Yeah, tell that to Micky Arison’s yachts.”
Well, turns out that sometimes it’s true.
It just happens to be wrapped up in a brioche bun.
Allow us to unveil Sliders, a new mini-patty-slinging operation based inside of an unassuming condo building, now soft-open in Miami Beach.
Michael Jacobs. He’s the guy who fed the Heat into back-to-back championships. Well, seems the man likes himself a good slider. So he decided to rededicate his Hidden Kitchen venue to feeding you the small-but-mighty burger.
On any given day, you’ll find six to 12 sliders on the menu for lunch and dinner. Stuff like a pulled-pork banh mi or the mac-and-cheese croqueta with smoked brisket ends on a brioche bun. Throw in a couple specialty sliders from guest chefs, like Kris Wessel’s pulled-pork-spoon-bread number, and you’re set.
Now, fast-forward to Saturday (or Sunday) morning. You’re operating in a hazy post-cocktail world. The remedy: brunch. Here. Think: unlimited mimosas and the duck and waffles—that’s duck confit and kimchi maple syrup sandwiched between two mini waffles.
Last night’s whiskey never stood a chance.