Wynwood Kitchen & Bar

2550 NW 2nd Ave
Miami FL 33127
(305) 722-8959
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Jose Caballero
The octopus skewer, scallop dish, and chicken empanadas were very good. Let Fabio, the manager, know if you have any issues. He provides outstanding customer service.
Where chef Miguel Aguilar unfailingly pleases the taste buds with various menus while WKB’s art laden walls provide the funky eye candy. [Eater 38 Member]
Please do not pass on the maduros - www.miamiculinarytours.com
Rodrigo Gómez
¡Increíble lugar! Olvídense de South Beach con toda su plasticidad. Esta zona de Miami es la onda, y este restaurante es espectacular. El ambiente es increíble, y la comida riquísima!
Louis Vuitton
An overall hip place to stop by for some art, drinks, or great food. This truly space mixes flavors, culture, and art. Try the bacon wrapped dates and check out the wide selection of beers.
Stian Roenning
Just Great! Any occasion!
Try the Sweet Plantains - Delicious. Not your abuela's plantains. #wynwoodkitchen
Franky Arriola
Great bar! Great Mac n' Cheese.
Zach Aarons
This place has a massive outdoor area decorated with really fun street art by famous artists like Kenny Scharf. The tapas style dishes are great as well. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu)
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar takes its artsy neighborhood seriously with mural covered walls both inside and outside.
Chef Miguel Aguilar is from Venezuela and trained in Philly - awesome stuff!! Must try the dates, short rib and venezuelan style plantains!!
Winner of Best New Bar 2011. See more of the best at http://bestof.voiceplaces.com/miami
Ben Linero
So much to do in Wynwood. Check out www.wynwoodmiami.com for updates!
Miami New Times
Best of Miami - Best Bar - Our favorites include the Nunca- a caipirinha that replaces cachaça with Japanese sake along with muddled strawberries and mint.
Pablo Reynoso
The veal sausage is speactacular!! So is the Ben Wolf cocktail with gin, sake & cucumber!!
You gotta try the David Sherry cocktail with Sagatiba instead of tequila! Awesome!
Joe Martinez
The service is awful and the food is pretty bad too!
Rebecca S
Ask for Jenni for a great glass or bottle of wine.
The menu includes dishes such as orange zest-kissed rack of lamb & house-made sausages, including 40-plus handcrafted beers and more than 70 wines.
Want a great start to your meal ... Try one or all of the following appetizers - calamari tempura, seafood ceviche, and/or shrimp skewers.
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