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Miami’s Best Restaurants, “Time Out Magazine”. #1 “Three”

Chef Van Aken at Three… Photo by Candace West

Restaurants, Fusion Three Wynwood What is it? Floridian cuisine pioneer Norman Van Aken’s return to Miami marks the chef’s first Wynwood restaurant. The bright, glamorous dining room is striking—but wait till you see the food. Why go? Prix-fixe menus of three, four or seven courses instantly elevate the experience. Pairings are done for you…

Feature

Miami’s Best Restaurants, “Time Out Magazine”. #1 “Three”

Restaurants, Fusion Three Wynwood What is it? Floridian cuisine pioneer Norman Van Aken’s return to Miami marks the chef’s first Wynwood restaurant. The bright, glamorous dining room is striking—but wait till you see the food. Why go? Prix-fixe menus of three, four or seven courses instantly elevate the experience. Pairings are done for you…

Chef Van Aken at Three… Photo by Candace West
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5 Champagne Brunches to Welcome 2019

Courtesy: The Miami New Times, Clarissa Buch

Three. Norman Van Aken’s restaurant inside the Wynwood Arcade, Three, features a recently launched Sunday jazz brunch. Here, sip a classic cocktail and munch on savory bites such as plátano maduro pancakes, fried chicken and waffles, and huevos rancheros Miami style. As you dine, enjoy gypsy Latin jazz music by Miami-based band…

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Miami’s Ten Best New Restaurants of 2018

Courtesy: The Miami New Times

Zachary Fagenson, Miami New Times journalist. Three. Culinary icon Norman Van Aken cooks his signature Florida-fusion cuisine in a sleek and tropical space. The staff is disciplined and the food is topnotch. It’s the sort of fine dining that fans of this Mango Gang legend expect. Three is the first-large scale project…

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Time Out Market Miami

Courtesy: Time Out Miami

As you can read from the link the operators of ‘Three’ and ‘No. 3 Social’ are joining in the upcoming Time Out Market Miami. This upscale food hall joins in the list of Time Out Markets that are making quite a hit in Lisbon and are soon on the way in Montreal,…

Memories

Ca L’ Isidre

The guidebook said that “this is usually everybody’s favorite restaurant”. I knew that was almost always a give a way for a place I’d dislike. It also said, “when the King of Spain had one place to dine amongst the commoners, he chose this establishment”. Strike two. We entered Ca L’ Isidre…

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“If the map of the world were a tablecloth, and I could choose a place at that table, I would sit at the Southern tip of Florida, at the nexus of North America and the Caribbean. My plate would touch Cuba, the Florida Keys, the Yucatan, the West Indies, the Bahamas, and South America. And, if time could tell, I would listen to the tales of voyagers, discoverers, traders and mystics who, in searching for “the Indies”, the Great Kahn and the riches of China, discovered something much more valuable and enduring, A New World of Culinary Treasures. Almost instantly, the cuisines of the Old World began to merge with foods of the new one; This evolutionary and inexorable fusion lies at the heart of New World Cuisine.”

— Norman Van Aken, July, 1993
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