A selection of bowls offer something satisfying for everyone no matter what your yen.
Iconic, simple, delicious MGFD — creamy stracciatella with freshly in season heirloom tomatoes.
Miami Art Week just got more delicious! Art Basel in Miami Beach’s official cafe across from the Miami Beach Convention Center will be helmed this year by James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Schwartz for the first time, introducing the Michael’s Genuine Botanical Garden Cafe!
Located inside the Miami Beach Botanical Garden (2000 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139), the new cafe will offer a menu including freshly-made sandwiches, salads, bowls, wood-fired pizzas made-to-order and dessert, as well as beverages including wine and beer. It will be open to the public Tuesday, December 3 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 4 through Saturday, December 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 8 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., offering grab and go, counter service and table seating in the garden. Michael’s presence in the garden expands to events as its preferred catering vendor, offering food, beverage, production and design for private gatherings within the venue. For available dates, contact Michael Schwartz Catering Director of Events, Lindsay Guidos at (203) 313-4503 and email@example.com!
“We are excited for the opportunity to offer fair goers a delicious, crowd-pleasing menu that checks all the boxes on a busy week of events and exhibitions. There’s something for everybody,” says Schwartz. “We chose items with simplicity and quality in mind, drawing on our experience running the Design Miami Café for many years and favorites that our fast-growing event business, Michael Schwartz Catering offers at Ella Pop, our cafe in the Miami Design District. Tried, true and fit for the occasion – and our wood-fired pizza from Harry’s Pizzeria’s mobile oven is along for the ride!”
Charcuterie & Cheese Board is always better with wine!
The menu begins with SNACKS like Charcuterie Board ($15) with prosciutto, salami, chorizo, dijon mustard, cornichons and baguette, Cheese Board ($12) with manchego, caña de cabra, fontina, fig jam and baguette, a mix of the two Boards ($22), Eggplant Caponata ($9) with rosemary focaccia and Stracciatella ($22) with heirloom tomatoes, basil, extra-virgin olive oil, fleur de sel. SANDWICHES are crowd pleasers like Roasted Turkey ($16) with aged cheddar, heirloom tomato, lettuce and herb mayo on multigrain, Avocado Toast ($15) with olive oil and sea salt on multigrain, Caprese ($16) with pesto, heirloom tomato and mozzarella on baguette, served with chips or salad. SALADS are well-rounded and flavor-packed like Kale Caesar ($15) with lemon, anchovy, parmesan and garlic breadcrumbs, and Antipasti ($18) with provolone, fennel salami, bitter greens, green olives, pepperoncini and zesty Italian dressing. Each can add chicken (+$6) or salmon (+$8). BOWLS are composed to satisfy including Tuna Poke ($24), Roasted Vegetables & Hummus ($19) and Chicken & Shredded Cabbage ($21), all built with quinoa, wild rice, farro, avocado, sprouts, cucumber, radish, and seeds.
Who doesn’t always have a constant pizza craving?
The mobile wood oven will offer a perfect cross section of freshly stretched and fired 10” PIZZAS to order including vegetarian options like Margherita ($12) with mozzarella, tomato sauce and basil and Mushroom Truffle ($25) with porcini-truffle crema, mushrooms, taleggio, fontina, thyme, as well as bold options like Harry’s Pizzeria’s signature Short Rib ($17) with gruyère, caramelized onion and arugula and Spicy Pepperoni ($14) with tomato sauce, chili oil, fontina, mozzarella and arugula. DESSERT includes Chocolate Chunk Cookie ($4) and Chocolate Custard ($9) with soft cream and hazelnuts.
For the full menu and updates, follow @michaelsgenuine and #MGFDCafe on social media.