Miami chefs Michelle Bernstein and Michael Schwartz are opening pop-up restaurants in Fort Lauderdale

Miami chefs Michelle Bernstein and Michael Schwartz are opening pop-up restaurants in Fort Lauderdale

James Beard Award-winning cooks Michelle Bernstein and Michael Schwartz are presently conveying their most prominent Miami hits to hungry Fort Lauderdale eaters – however you’ll need to arrange rapidly.

No, truly: Michy B’s by Michelle Bernstein and Michael’s Genuine Hits, two new eateries from the Miami top chefs, have been pumping out fried chicken, flan and short-rib rigatoni under the radar since early November, utilizing a mobile food kitchen stopped at 15 NE Third St., in midtown Fort Lauderdale.

On the off chance that you live inside the conveyance sweep of Fort Lauderdale, look for “Michy B’s” or “Michael’s Genuine Hits” on UberEats, Seamless, Doordash and Postmates. Not popping up? You could be external the conveyance zone. Or then again you blinked and missed it.

For those looking for a sample of Miami significance, you’ll need to arrange Bernstein’s fried chicken and Schwartz’s Moroccan sheep meatballs soon. As per REEF Technology, the company that claims the Fort Lauderdale mobile kitchen, Michael’s Genuine Hits will quit selling dishes here by Friday, Dec. 11, while Michy B’s will stay until Christmas week.

Michy B’s and Michael’s Genuine Hits are intended to be area pop-ups, turning out first to Fort Lauderdale. Both will at that point close up, move south to Miami and resume in mid 2021, says Alan Philips, REEF’s head working official. By then, the eateries will just spring up for Miami-region occupants.

Until they leave, this is what Fort Lauderdale clients can’t do: Visit the two cafés face to face. The two diners just exist online as “ghost kitchens,” and suppers are prepared inside the Fort Lauderdale trailer by a group of cooks who take approaching food arranges on iPads. The food is fabricated carefully for conveyance, no dining rooms important.

Big-name chefs, including Food Network sovereign Rachael Ray, highlight these conveyance just cafés as a rising pattern to carry their menus to the majority at lower costs than renting brick-and-mortar spaces.

Bernstein’s Michy B’s menu is an assortment of the cook’s most prominent dishes, numerous from the “Check, Please! South Florida” host’s Café La Trova eatery in Little Havana. Noteworthy: the Juicy Lucia ($18), a brisket-churrasco blend hamburger with Manchego and American cheeses stuffed inside the patty.

Long-term Bernstein acolytes will no uncertainty recall Bernstein’s rich bread pudding with cognac-doused raisins ($8.50) and legendary fried chicken (beginning at $16) first presented at Michy’s, the namesake Miami eatery that put her on the culinary map.

A large portion of Michael’s Genuine Hits menu is drawn from Schwartz’s Michael’s Genuine in the Design District, for example, short-rib rigatoni ($21) and pork gut ($17) coated in firm kimchi, peanuts and cilantro.

Certainly, you could schlep 30 miles south to Miami, wear a mask and fly into Café La Trova or Michael’s Genuine for takeout. However, think about the other option: Ordering high-end food in your pajamas.

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