DBGB Kitchen & Bar Brings Americana Menu to DB Bistro Moderne

Photos by Carla Torres
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Daniel Boulud is a man of many talents -- and restaurants. At New York's DBGB Kitchen & Bar, Boulud fuses French bistro with American gastropub. This summer the casual eatery will celebrate its fifth anniversary, as well an expansion to Washington, D.C.

DGBG's menu pays tribute to Americana, and in honor of Memorial Day and the upcoming Fourth of July, the Bowery Street restaurant is taking over Miami's DB Bistro Moderne today through Independence Day.

Short Order was invited to get a taste of the limited menu.

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DBGB boasts an impressive selection of more than 20 drafts on tap and another 75-plus by the bottle, and it's bringing some down to the 305. The tap takeover features New York's Southern Tier Brewing Company. Choose from Eurotrash Pilz pilsner, 2XIPA double IPA, or Mokah imperial stout. Or try all three as your meal progresses. The imperial stout tastes like chocolate pancakes. Don't believe me? Try it for yourself.

A tuna crudo ($18) is refreshingly raw and light. Sitting atop a harissa sesame sauce and with grapefruit and cucumber radish, it's the perfect summer dish.

Location Info

DB Bistro Moderne

255 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

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