Perfecting the Pubbelly Crawl With Help From Andreas Schreiner
|Don't fill your belly up with pork too early...|
In a nutshell, it's a great way to justify the surprisingly high cost for the valet covering all three of the neighboring venues in South Beach's Sunset Harbor, while partaking in a little sampling of the greatest hits at Barceloneta, Pubbelly, and Pubbelly Sushi, all in a row.
Here's how Schreiner says the tuned-in cats prowl:
"People tend to start of at Pubbelly Sushi with some sushi rolls or snacks and a few glasses of sake and beer. The most popular items are the big eye tuna and crispy rice and the yellow tail roll. Guests normally spend about $20 to 30. Then they would stop at Pubbelly for porktastic items like the dumplings, pork belly or dates, and a few glasses of wine. They spend approximately the same [amount of money]. Then they tend to finish the night at Barceloneta with a few cocktails and dessert."
|Roll over to Pubbelly Sushi after you hit Barceloneta|
For a great night of crawling, drinking and a very full belly you can budget around $50 to $70 per person, depending on the type of alcohol consumed."
|The octopus at Pubbelly (pictured) is grand, but get it at Barceloneta beforehand...|
Finish the night off with a scoop of the soft-serve ice cream du jour ($5) at Pubbelly 'cause, let's face it, you won't be able to chew anything else, and you, our friend, will have earned your car keys back.
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