Michael Schwartz To Open Michael's Genuine Pub?

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Michael Schwartz of Michael's Genuine
Michael Schwartz, the man behind Michael's Genuine Home Brew, Michael's Genuine Food and Drink and Harry's Pizzeria, may have another project on the horizon, Michael's Genuine Pub.

No announcement from Schwartz was made regarding a pub, however a trademark for a Michael's Genuine Pub was filed by the parent company, the Genuine Hospitality Group, last July with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and published for opposition on January 28.

See also: Michael's Genuine Home Brew Officially Launches Next Month, Miami Homebrew Goes National

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Will Michael Mina Take Over Gotham Steak at Fontainebleau?

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Michael Mina to open another Miami Beach restaurant?
It seems as though Michael Mina is very bullish about restaurant opportunities at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

The chef recently opened Michael Mina 74, an upscale restaurant/lounge at the megaresort, where diners can feast on burgers with duck-fat fries and fresh seafood straight off a dedicated boat well into the wee hours of the morning.

See also: Michael Mina Chats About Michael Mina 74 at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach

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Exclusive: Jeff McInnis Responds to Ex-Wife's Allegations of Cheating, Abandonment

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Jeff McInnis making chicken in New York City.
Earlier this week, Miami.com reported that Melissa McInnis, ex-wife of Top Chef alum and former Yardbird top toque Jeff McInnis, had some pretty strong allegations about her ex-husband.

The former Mrs. McInnis, who has a young daughter with the chef, told Miami.com's Lesley Abravanel that, "Jeff abandoned me and his small infant child." Melissa McInnis also said that 50 Eggs' John Kunkel gave her ex a million dollars when they parted ways. "He lied about the money he got from John and emptied our bank account," she said, adding  "I will fight until we get what's rightfully ours. We helped him build his name, his brand, everything, and for him to be this despicable and abandon us, it's absurd. I do not know how he can look himself in the mirror every day."

In addition, Melissa McInnis told Eater Miami that her ex-husband is a "backstabbing buttface."

Back in July, McInnis departed Yardbird, telling Short Order he wanted to "get back to why I fell in love with this industry in the first place."

See also: Jeff McInnis Departs Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

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Concrete Beach Brewery: Miami To Get Another New Beer Maker

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Alan Newman
Another new brewery could be coming to Miami. Alchemy and Science Brewing Collaborative, the Vermont-based company with a growing brood of craft breweries, filed a trademark application for Concrete Beach Brewery in August.

Even more telling, a basic search for the aforementioned name yields three trademark results, all of them filed by A&S, one of them containing the word "Stiltsville". Last July we reported that A&S, also a subsidiary of Boston Beer Corporation, might be staking a claim somewhere in Miami.

See Also: Boston Beer Company Coming to Miami? UPDATED

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Boston Beer Company Coming to Miami? UPDATED

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Will Miami become Beer City USA?
The Magic City might be getting some high-profile attention from the largest craft brewery in the United States, the Boston Beer Company, brewer of Sam Adams beer.

Is it true? If so, then this would be a huge boost to the craft beer scene in Miami, which is already on the cusp of seeing the opening of several new breweries.

See also:
- Miller Time in Miami: Miller Beer Moving Latin American HQ to Miami
- Misfit Home-Brewers Help Lead Miami's Craft Beer Invasion
- Jim Patton, Wynwood Brewing Genius, Talks Craft Beer, Abita and Anthropology


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New York's Milk Burger Coming to Miami, Maybe

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Word on the street is that New York burger joint, Milk Burger, is opening up an outpost in Miami.

While we couldn't reach anyone to confirm the details of where or when to expect the opening, a Twitter account was created with the handle @MilkBurgerMiami and on December 14, the account holder Tweeted, "Welcome to our Milk Burger Miami Twitter account. We're gearing up for our migration into the sunny state of Florida! Stay tuned..."

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Jonathan Cheban and Kim Kardashian Lunch While He Awaits the Opening of Sushi MiKasa

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Kim Kardashian via Twitter
Pals sipping on a frrrozen hot chocolate.
Kardashian pal, reality television personality, and restaurateur Jonathan Cheban is putting the final touches on the South Beach outpost of his Brooklyn eatery, Sushi MiKasa.

The restaurant, which was slated to open in time for Art Basel, isn't quite ready, but the Brooklyn flagship did mention that the SoBe space at the Shelborne Beach Resort should be open next weekend. The restaurant is taking reservations via phone at 305-535-3500. Sushi MiKasa features a standard upscale-sushi menu in keeping with a South Beach theme.

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Would Brother Jimmy's BBQ Really Ban NFL Commish Roger Goodell?

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Give this man a rib, will ya?
Read Also: Brother Jimmy's Brings Carolina to Heart of Mary Brickell

Brother Jimmy's BBQ just opened in Mary Brickell Village and tongues are wagging. Yes, people are talking about the brisket and the oversized drinks served in fishbowls...but they're also talking about a sign posted right on the front door -- a picture of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell with the words "Do Not Serve This Man".

The sign was tweeted by some diners and caught the attention of USA Today, who explained that the New Orleans Saints linebacker, Jonathan Vilma is a partner in the restaurant, along with fellow University of Miami alums Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams, Panthers linebacker Jon Beason, along with Brother Jimmy's founder, Jim Goldman.

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Jamie DeRosa Is Not Leaving Tudor House UPDATED

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Jamie DeRosa is happily preparing for Tudor House's anniversary.
Short Order was floored when we received an email alert from The South Florida Gourmet, stating that Joel Huff was replacing Jamie DeRosa at Tudor House. We contacted both Tudor House's PR rep and executive chef Jamie DeRosa himself.

"Absolutely not true!" said Jaret Keller of public relations firm Key Group Worldwide. DeRosa simply texted "news to me."

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Michy's-To-Go is a No-Go (For Now)

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From left: David Martinez, Michelle Bernstein, Commissioner Marc Sarnoff, Lyle Chariff, and Steven Perricone breaking ground.
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Chef/restaurateur Michelle Bernstein might be opening a new "to-go" version of Michy's in the same neighborhood as her flagship restaurant, Open Media Miami reported yesterday.

Chariff Realty Group posted the enticing rumor on its Facebook page. A picture of the groundbreaking ceremony of the 10,000-square-foot retail space currently under construction at 6101 Biscayne Boulevard shows Bernstein and husband/business partner David Martinez in hardhats alongside commissioner Marc Sarnoff, Lyle Chariff, and Steven Perricone, shovels in hand.

The caption under the picture alludes to a deal in place, "'another Done Deal' Michele [sic] Bernstein will be creating Miche's [sic] to go which is an Epicurean [sic] market of high end meals. We still have more space available."

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