Time Out says
Dinner here seems like a luxury night thanks to the cozy decor and the menu’s worldwide inspiration. 27 Restaurant & Bar, the charming two-story house on the hostel’s site, was transformed into the coziest space for quirky home cooking by the same people that brought us The Broken Shaker at Freehand Miami over the course of two years. Open for dinner and weekend brunch, 27’s menu features a unique selection of meals that are influenced by cultures all over the world and are prepared using seasonal products from nearby farms and purveyors as well as herbs and vegetables from the rooftop garden above the kitchen.
The Shakshuka (also known as the Israeli breakfast of champions), a tantalizing concoction of North African spices with a combination of tomatoes, red bell peppers, and two fried eggs, is a must-have for brunch. Slices of sourdough bread from Wynwood’s Zak the Baker are perfect for mopping up the goodness. Ready to share? Get the arepa platter for four people with hogado (sautéed onion, tomato, and cilantro), ropa vieja, queso de mano, and homemade Colombian corn cakes.
Time Out suggestion:
Is this a school night? For a cocktail, go upstairs. For those who want to hide their weekday drinking, the quaint, snug location on the second floor offers the ideal amount of dark lighting. If you want to drink, skip the menu and order from the bartender at 27; they are all seasoned professionals.
Details of 27 Restaurant & Bar
2727 Indian Creek Dr
at 27th St
Mon–Fri 6:30pm-midnight; Sat-Sun 11am–4pm, 6:30am–midnight