The new guard

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There's a new generation helming the city’s most exciting kitchens, creating a fresh vision for Miami cuisine and breaking away from past traditions. Ultra-refined, highly sophisticated and totally local, these indie toques are telling the story of a millennial city with global influences. Meet César, Giorgio, Alberto, José and Todd— all participating in this month’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival. Here, they share their recipes and stories with INDULGE.

Alberto Cabrera Alberto Cabrera,
Bread + Butter, Coral Gables
José Mendín José Mendín,
The Pubbelly Group, Miami Beach
César Zapata César Zapata,
The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions, Miami
Giorgio Rapicavoli Giorgio Rapicavoli,
Eating House, Coral Gables
Todd Erickson Todd Erickson,
Haven & Hua Hua's Taqueria, Miami Beach

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