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Pinch Kitchen and Bar



Name: Michelle Wallach
Restaurant Pick: Mignonette

Highly recommend. We dined on Saturday for a late brunch. Free parking is conveniently located next the restaurant. There is outdoor dining in the front of the restaurant hidden from the street by beautiful bushes to allow for more intimate dining. When we walked in the restaurant we were welcomed and seated without wait. Our server directed us to the barcode menu and returned shortly to discuss the menu. We dined for three hours and although the restaurant was full, the servers never rushed our experience. We ordered cocktails first and were impressed with the fresh juices and herbs, delicious! When it came to ordering food we were so tempted by the selection, that we simply could not choose, so for two people we ordered one appetizer and four entrees! Our appetizer, the ceviche, was divine, fresh fish and seafood with the right amount of acidity and the yucca chips were thin and crispy, the perfect complement to the ceviche. As for the entrees we had a cuban sandwich, eggs benedict smoked salmon sandwich and waffle. The cuban sandwich was fabulous and eggs benedict and its accompaniments of smashed potatoes and sausages over the top. We finished the experience with a waffle as our dessert. The fresh cinnamon whipped cream atop the freshly made waffle was a treat. The quality of the ingredients was outstanding, the portions are significant for Miami, and the price on par with the quality and portion. On a personal note, one of the patrons has a anaphylaxis allergy to nuts; the staff was well versed in the ingredients and very accommodating. For an experience that’s down to earth, with great cocktails, delicious food, and outstanding service, Pinch Kitchen + Bar is the place  

Name: Chris Nowell
Restaurant Pick: Pinch Kitchen and Bar

The moment that I entered the restaurant, I felt like a sense of excitement came over me because of the setup of the restaurant. The wooden chairs, artistic paintings, and the surfboard accessories gave me very relaxed vibes. . The place is very unique in their menu choices, so that would be beneficial to you when you have a taste for something out of the norm. The food itself was delicious. The Pinch Burger is amazing, and the brioche buns are delicious!

Name: Jodi Hirschtritt
Restaurant Pick: Spiga Ristorante Italiano

I was welcomed with warm smile and seated outside. The guacamole was great, topped with kimchee and served with house-made chips. The ceviche was so fresh and spiced perfectly. The hamburger was cooked perfectly and served on homemade bun. We had a fresh squeezed, refreshing lemonade to drink. We were attended to with just the right amount of attention by server and never rushed. 

Restaurant Information

Restaurant Name:  Pinch Kitchen + Bar 
Location:  8601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33138
Parking: lot
Phone: (305) 631-2018
Restaurant Owners: John Gallo
Executive Chef: John Gallo
Pastry Chef: n/a


Type of Cuisine:  American, gastropub
Signature Dishes: burger, guacamole, ceviche 
Vegetarian Options:  Yes
Alcohol Served: full bar 
Corkage fee: $25


Restaurant Hours:

Monday –  Closed 
Tuesday –  12pm-10pm
Wednesday- 12pm-10pm
Thursday – 12pm-10pm
Friday –  12pm-11pm
Saturday – 12pm-11pm
Sunday – 12pm-9pm


Meals Served: Lunch and Dinner , brunch
Prix Fix Menu:  no
Take-Out: yes
Delivery: yes
Payment Options: do you accept credit cards and if so, which ones? all
Accept Reservations: yes
Need Reservations: highly recommend
How far in advance do you require reservations be made: at least 5 days


Accommodations for Children: yes
Dining Style: casual
Disabled Access: yes
Restaurant Size: 65
Accommodate Groups:  yes
Private Dining Room: yes
Tables with Scenic Views: no
Outdoor Dining: yes
Entertainment: no