Constructing a quesadilla: considerably less difficult.
But a heck of a lot tastier.
Build a solid foundation at Cheeseadillas, a laid-back spot that lets you say what’s what when it comes to your quesadilla, soft-open now on Biscayne.
And that about sums it all up.
Oh. You want a bit more detail. Well, okay. Here are a few more facts to whet your queso curiosity:
It’s fairly casual here.
But charming. With a mosaic-tiled bar and a mural of a woman pouring wine on the wall. (Take a look here.)
Quesadillas. That’s the thing here. Sort of.
They’re actually called “cheeseadillas.” And your protein will come on the side. You should definitely opt to build your own with stuff like sticky rice and chicharrones. But if your quesadilla muse has taken the day off, you can just order one concocted by their Spanish chef, like the Cheetosdilla, with cheddar, mozzarella and Cheetos. Real delicacy in Spain, that.
Beer. They have that, too.
Mostly local brews from Wynwood Brewing and Funky Buddha. But they’ve also got sangria and vino.
Your order will never take any longer than that.
Because they’re quesadillas.