Wynwood Kitchen & Bar’s (WKB) Chef Miguel Aguilar is now offering a menu of global-Latino flavors. The new dinner and lunch menu list a variety of small plates, priced at $5 - $16, starting with black bean soup, salads, roasted peppers hummus; chicken ropa vieja empanadas; clams and mussels in Cantimpalo chorizo broth; fried calamari, and skewers: chicken with grilled scallions and chipotle aioli; juicy skirt steak with chimichurri; shrimp with aji amarillo vinaigrette and octopus with black olive tapenade.
Under meat, fish and poultry entrees there’s braised short rib with sautéed spinach and herb salad; pork tenderloin with apple-jicama slaw; scallops with crispy polenta, tomatoes and feta, and pan seared snapper with corn salsa and a delicate fennel herb salad. Veggie small plates include roasted mushrooms with rosemary and garlic; Brussels sprouts with bacon and caramelized onions; crispy chorizo fingerling hash brown potatoes, and fried maduros (bananas) with queso fresco and a touch of crema de nata.
Desserts, $7, include coconut upside down cake with whiskey caramel sauce; mojito sabayon with mint syrup; chocolate bread pudding with crème Anglaise, and fresh, frozen berries with champagne sabayon.
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar is open for dinner, Monday – Saturday, 5 p.m. - midnight; bar open until 1 a.m. Happy Hour Fridays, from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m., live music also on Fridays, from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. on the restaurant’s outdoor terrace, surrounded by Wynwood Walls murals. WKB will reopen for lunch service this fall. 2550 N.W. 2nd Avenue. Street parking and valet available. 305-722-895 . www.wynwoodkitchenandbar.com.