One good Pubbelly begets another. And another. And another.
Brush up on your accent for L’echon Brasserie, a charming French-leaning bistro from the Pubbelly team dishing up killer ocean views with a side of foie-gras-and-Nutella toast, opening this Friday at the Hilton Cabana Miami Beach.
Pubbelly. Always nice to see them pop up with a crazy new concept. And the latest entry in their empire is the biggest to date—it fits 150 people. You’ll find the usual suspects here: butcher-block tables, blackboard walls and whatnot. But they’ve also included a covered patio that faces the ocean and two waterfalls for good measure. Solid move, PB.
Seems like a perfectly good waste of a waterfall to go it alone. So come with a bunch of friends or a Francophile who’s a bit, uh, flexible. Because these guys aren’t exactly sticklers for rules. Start with a round of French Ticklers (vodka, Dolin genepy and bubbles over ice) at the bar, and then move on to a table on the patio. Cover it with things like foie-gras-and-Nutella toast, côte de boeuf and pan-roasted veal brains. And then just... go for it.
To be clear, we’re referring to the small plates.