Before the Design District became what it is today, few restaurants dared open north of 36th Street in Miami. Soyka took a chance. In 1999, the restaurant began operating after its owner, the legendary Mark Soyka, purchased the space as a garage for his vintage car collection and then realized the East Side lacked a decent restaurant.
all photos by Carla Torres It's a sunny-side up kind of Sunday
Soyka opened with a simple-yet-straightforward concept: comfort food in a casual and laid back environment that feels like your dining room. Fifteen years later, not too much has changed. Brunch, however, got a little bit sweeter. Short Order was invited to sample the offerings and witness the live entertainment. Pictures after the jump.More »