Art and Appetite in Miami

Art at Wynwood. Kitchen and Bar

Art at Wynwood Kitchen and Bar.

Miami’s Wynwood Arts District boasts lots of art and good food. I wanted to check out a cool restaurant during Springbreak with my daughter.

Wynwood Kitchen and Bar

Wynwood Kitchen and Bar.

So we grabbed a quick bite at Wynwood Kitchen and Bar during Happy Hour. We opted to eat inside because it was a balmy day. Diners outside enjoyed views of Street Art with their food. The outside area faces Wynwood Walls.

Outside Wynwood Kitchen and Bar.

Outside Wynwood Kitchen and Bar.

Wynwood Kitchen has an eclectic Latin American menu with quite a few items to choose from. I had Chilled Corn Bisque. I first discovered this cold soup recently in Spain. I bypassed it there because of the frigid weather.

Chilled Corn Bisque.

Chilled Corn Bisque.

Now with warmer weather, I wanted to try this cold soup. The bisque was delicious and appetizing. The ingredients were roasted corn, chive oil, creme fraiche and micro cilantro. I had multigrain bread on the side. My daughter had a delightful serving of calamari.

Wynwood Walls

Wynwood Walls in Miami.

After dinner we looked at the Street Art in Wynwood Walls. We also visited the Studio Gallery of Pop Artist Peter Tunney.

Pop art by Peter Tunney

Pop Art by Peter Tunney.

Lots of people and kids were out and about. Wynwood is great for cheap dates and family outings. In addition to great restaurants Wynwood has plenty of food trucks for all.

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