The South Florida food scene has changed drastically in the past few months.
But with trying times comes opportunities.
During the lockdown, the sea-centric Spillover closed and was revamped to Kush Coconut Grove. And just like it’s other restaurants, Kush hospitality combined the very best of Kush Wynwood and Spillover.
"All of our other concepts, we try to get everything locally sourced. For example, we do get our beef locally as well, we grind our meat in-house as well. But I think Miami sometimes also screams seafood. So, we get fresh line Cod Seafood as well. And so we wanted to bring that farm to table concept also coming from the ocean. So that's what brought the two together," said Zuni Melendez, Director of Operations, Kush Hospitality.
All of Kush hospitality concepts are known to have fun Miami memorabilia, knickknacks and tchotchkes designed by owner Matt Kushner.
And Kush By Spillover has no detail left unattended.
"We just wanted to have a decor that you can relate to. That goes for the cocktails, the Zoltar, the Florida room almost feels like you're own living room at home. thay way it makes you feel homey," says Melendez.
To see what dishes and drinks we made in the kitchen, click the video.
Kush by Spillover at Coconut Grove is offering outdoor dining, takeout and delivery. If you want to know more information or see their menu you can head on over here