Quinto La Huella, a warm, sexy place for wine and wood-fired delights, will be waiting for you on the fifth floor of the new East hotel come Monday.
And while we still have you, here’s what you need to know...
The original concept is located in a beachside town in Uruguay.
It’s called Parador La Huella. And it was voted one of Latin America’s best restaurants in 2015. They’ve chosen Brickell as their second outpost and brought over a parrilla and some mighty fine wood-fired ovens fueled by red and white oak.
You really need to take a look around.
The long stretch of bar with the Brickell skyline as a backdrop. The tanned leather chairs and rustic wood-block tables for lounging. The copper cookware lining the walls. The date-night glory.
Try the langoustines with curry potatoes. Or the rack of lamb.
That’s where those wood-fired ovens and parrilla kick in. As does the wine.
That’s how many different spaces you can break bread in here. Including a few alfresco options if the humidity’s playing nice.
Okay, you can go now.