Last week, your options were: ...
And as amazing as “...” is, this week looks considerably more promising.
Welcome Sugarloaf Gastrobar, a new neighborhood hang from Tatanka Guerrero (of La Fonda fame) for post-work poutine, Wagyu sliders and beer, now soft-open in Sunny Isles. (See the slideshow.)
Inside, you’ve got exposed brick, vintage lamps, hanging shrubs and pop-art-y pieces from two artists you might recognize from their stuff at the Edition hotel. At the bar: no shortage of beer. Case in point: the two generously sized refrigerated cases filled with bottles. Take your time deciding where you want to go with that. Maybe while sipping on a Slow Poke with peach whiskey, cucumber, lime and housemade syrup.
After work. Seems like an ideal time to round up some friends and plan to meet here. It’ll go down something like this:
You: “Hey, let’s grab a beer.”
Some friends: “Okay.”
Once you’re here, you’ll slide into one of the tufted booths. Order the aforementioned beer, poutine and Wagyu sliders. Maybe a T-bone if you’re feeling up to the task.
Everyone knows that’s what the “T” stands for.