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Friday, September 19, 2014

Strada joins the Coconut Grove brunch game

Strada's Piemontese Benedict
So there's another brunch place in the Grove, I think we're known as the place for weekend breakfast and brunch, which is a good thing.

LoKal started their weekend brunch (which is now just on Sunday), on August 2. Like their GMO-free lunch and dinner menu, all the ingredients on the brunch menu are sourced locally. Everything is made from scratch by Chef Spider and they only use free-range chicken and cage-free eggs.

Now their next door neighbors, Strada, is getting into the act. They will also offer brunch on Sundays from 10 am to 1:30 pm.

They have more of a traditional menu but with their Italian flair. There is the Strada Omelette, with lobster meat, sweet peas, asparagus tips, cherry tomatoes and mascarpone cheese for $14; and the Italiana, which has crumbled Italian sausage, parmigiano cheese, Portobello mushrooms and diced tomatoes for $11.

There are different types of eggs benedict from $13 and nova smoked salmon for $12. They have pancakes, including Nutella pancakes, French toast, sweets and all sorts of coffees.

Strada is located at 3176 Commodore Plaza, they are open daily for lunch and dinner. For info or reservations: 305-444-1312.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous A disappointed local said...

Strada, home of poorly executed food and arrogance. Been there twice, food was ok. The service questionable. This was the last time. 5 of us locals who eat out every night and always support local businesses, had a reservation, but the only table big enough was occupied by diners who had finished their meal, but were sitting. Waited 30 minutes, the manager was like, "what can I do?" He said go to the bar and have a drink. We moved to the bar with no seating and tried to get the bartender's attention. No luck. We waited some more and then left. We didn't make a scene, but simply told the manager why we were leaving. He did not seem to care. When a party of tourists arrived right behind us, he turned his attention to them. Too bad because our group would have been repeat customers, but no more. One in the group had been there 3 times and had overcooked pasta once and undercooked another time so badly he had to send it back. Hey, mistakes happen and overbooking is common, not a problem, treating customers like they are an inconvenience may be their undoing.

September 21, 2014 9:52 AM  

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