Miami’s First Croqueta Bar Opening in Westchester

In a couple of months, Miami will pick up its first croqueta bar when Dos Croquetas opens a shop in Miami’s Westchester neighborhood.

The eatery will turn into a physical augmentation of the prominent online croqueta delivery service, which propelled in 2016 by partners Alec Fernandez and his tia Victoria Carballo. For as far back as two years, they’ve sold products out of a business kitchen in Doral. The opening imprints the first experience customers will encounter their amazing croquetas outside of a brisk delivery or pick-up.

Set up on Bird Road close to Florida International University (Fernandez wouldn’t uncover a correct area), Dos Croquetas’ new store will serve different fried rolls, alongside an extended menu of other Cuban things and beverages.

“The objective is to overcome any issues between conventional Cuban pastry kitchen and a high end eatery with upscale croquetas,” Carballo says, who administers Dos Croquetas’ menu and recipes.

Concerning the ambiance, Fernandez says the 1,200-square-foot space will feel like an easygoing bar open for breakfast, lunch, and supper, with the extra ventanita benefit.

The menu will incorporate a significant number of the brand’s mark recipes, including conventional ham; the 305, made with Cuban-style picadillo, sweet plantains, and queso blanco; and the Cinnamon Toast Crunch, which is loaded up with velvety cheesecake, Maria galletas, and guava lumps. Additionally anticipate veggie lover alternatives and new things, for example, the croqueta melt — a hot-squeezed Cuban sandwich loaded down with croquetas.

For pastry, a shake bar will offer different flavors, including vanilla, guava, and Nutella, just as sweet croqueta mixes.

“All of Miami is our audience,” Fernandez says. “Croquetas are for everyone. It’s in our blood to eat them.”

Dos Croquetas. Opening spring 2019.

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