Located within the KnockOutZone gym, Go Go Green doesn't just aim to replenish athletes after workouts. In addition, they strive to promote a healthy lifestyle for all with cold-pressed juices and made-to-order smoothies packed with super fruits, protein supplements, and chia seeds. In addition to drinks, they serve up daily specials such as turkey burgers, sandwiches, and protein pancakes topped with organic fruit, as well as a selection of gluten-free baked goods.
Guided by a careful eye and a refined palate, Andrea Chiriatti?executive chef at Big Fish?uses only fresh seafood to prepare his gourmet Italian dishes. His creations encompass smaller plates, such as octopus carpaccio and tuna tartare and colorful entrees such as seafood ragu-risotto and oven-baked branzino. Alternatively, dishes such as baked organic eggplant and grilled striploin steak showcase more inland ingredients. The restaurant's design, much like its food, also possesses a warm, rustic quality. Dark hardwood floors, earth-toned walls, and black leather furnishings dominate the interior, while a sunny outdoor patio hung with white curtains provides a place to breathe in the fresh air and escape any vampires you may have mistakenly dined with.
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A towering wall of book-lined shelves and a wooden chessboard tucked in the corner create "that vibe where you feel like maybe you should stay for a spell" at Moloko, according to the Miami New Times. That feeling grows stronger as you sip from a cup of steaming coffee or steeped tea and drive a fork into abundant crepes stuffed with anything from prosciutto to raw, organic maple syrup.
Overhead, exposed wooden rafters keep the ceiling from floating away from the walls, adding a rustic touch to the otherwise modern décor. Customers lounge beside cherry-red walls at the coffee bar, settling into vinyl seats that fall somewhere between stools and armchairs. When the space isn't serving customers, the staff hosts crepe-making classes and live music.
The chefs at Morgan's Restaurant transform locally sourced ingredients into made-from-scratch dishes that pull influences from all over the world. Entrees include international dishes such as pan-seared Scottish salmon, Moroccan-style stew, and moules frites with French fries. Though the restaurant's wraparound porch may exude an old-fashioned charm, the interior's chic ambiance, replete with mirrored walls and hanging light fixtures, creates a modern dining atmosphere for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Panther Coffee is a Miami-based specialty coffee roaster, known for its small-batch roasting techniques and sublime cups of joe. In the corner of the storefront café is a bean roaster – the perfect piece of functional art – while a few high tables allow for seating across from the coffee bar. Most folks come here to grab unground beans to go, but that doesn’t mean the hip space can’t make for a great afternoon lounge spot. That’s especially true when the brews are this good, with the staff having won national awards for their Ethiopia Cherba and Coffee Kailash blends. And don’t’ be surprised when you order a latte that your steamed milk foam is decorated with some lovely latte art, and simple syrup is offered instead of sugar.