Dinner Cuisine or Dinner Party for 10 at Tongue & Cheek (Up to 38% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Eclectic, comforting cuisine and celebrated cocktails at an spot named a best new restaurant by Florida Trend

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. A service fee of 18% will be added to your pre-discounted bill. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table for dinner options. Valid only for option purchased. Dinner is valid Sunday–Thursday. Tax and gratuity are not included. Not valid on holidays or holiday weekends. Dinner option not valid on Sunday supper specials or happy hour promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

$62 for $100 worth of eclectic New American cuisine for a party of two at dinner on Sunday–Thursday 

$944 for a prix fixe–menu dinner party for 10 people ($1,260 value)

  • Includes one drink per person
  • Held in a private room ideal for birthday parties or other celebrations
  • Call to discuss menu options.

Tongue & Cheek

There's a lot of hard work behind Tongue & Cheek's whimsical demeanor. Chef and owner Jamie DeRosa first fell in love with cooking making paella with his grandmother and beloved childhood mixing spoon. He grew up into a culinary career, finding an early mentor in James Beard Award winner Allen Susser. He brushed up against other famous names working with iconic chef Wolfgang Puck and at Spago in Beverly Hills and Fat Duck in England. Now, DeRosa's made his own home in what the Miami NewTimes sums up as "a neighborhood restaurant with a mishmash of pristine and playful food."

That translates into beef short rib with smoked pineapple at dinner, corn dogs with beer mustard during happy hour, and eggs with whiskey-aged cheddar during weekend brunch. Of course, you can also get your booze in more concentrated form. Mixologist Leo Holtzman's daring cocktails are frequent guest stars in newspaper and magazine food sections, and his bar holds not only top-shelf spirits but also savory ingredients such as cilantro, hot peppers, and dill.

Tongue & Cheek picked up a spot on Huffington Post's and Florida Trend's lists of hottest new Miami restaurants upon opening, but it continues to evolve—sometimes with the help of other chefs, during Kitchen Collab events that let guests taste the fusion of major talents. Whatever's going on, whitewashed rough stone and wood-clad pillars frame a room ideal for seeing and being seen, while funky artwork and lively music keep the energy high and the restaurant from being mistaken for a food museum.

Customer Reviews

Amazing flavor & service
Gussie B. · February 8, 2016
Fantastic dinner and service! Went above and beyond to help us celebrate our anniversary!
Margitta R. · September 28, 2015
Great Constantly changing the menu always a new experience
Javier H. · July 22, 2015

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