Mignonette

Mignonette

Mignonette might be brand shucking new, but it’s what Miami’s been craving for a long time. Paying tribute to the oyster bars and culture of New Orleans, this seafood shack is insouciantly fancy.  Servers wear tuxedo printed t-shirts, copper lanterns hang over Carrera marble tabletops, the mignonette is sip worthy and happy hour consists of champagne and caviar. And when it’s not happy hour, popcorn conch, chilled mac ‘n’ pimento cheese, fluffy croissants with lobster butter, prime rib with au jus, and eight kinds of perfectly shucked bivalves put a smile on your face. 

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