Batch Gastropub: Miami
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Dave DanekasDave Danekas
06:12 12 Nov 22
This place was packed on a Friday night. We had a reservation and got seated right away. Liked the vibe, but it’s loud. Everyone was having fun. Think I found a new favorite drink! Their Spiked Cold Brew is awesome. Nitro cold brew with pecan infused whisky and Baileys Irish Cream make for delightful smooth creation. Had to try the Batch Attack Burger, and wow, let’s just say the combination of flavors really works. It’s so stacked, the bun was challenged trying to hold it all together. I’ll say the meat (brisket and short rib) in burger form was fantastic! The truffle fries came out cold, but I was mostly engaged by the burger so didn’t care. Our server was friendly and prices were fair for creative gourmet burger.
Justin HamblenJustin Hamblen
16:45 29 Oct 22
This turned into our go to place while I was in town for a week. Good selection of beer, drinks and food. Vegetarian and vegan friendly menus with staff that understands modifications for dietary needs. Fun and sporty atmosphere. I loved it.
Mark OrebiyiMark Orebiyi
01:17 15 Aug 22
Some friends and I went to Batch for lunch during our last couple hours in Miami. They have a pretty solid selection of different types of food. I ended up with the Chicken sandwich which was good. Just that, good. Their fries were on point. The food took 45 mins to come out. This is a good place to watch sport games. They have a good amount of TVs that had multiple games going on. Waiting staff was great, I was impressed. My friends got the wings and they seemed to like it.
01:09 24 Jul 22
Burger I had was there $22 specialty with Mac n cheese and candied pecan bacon. It came with truffle fries. I sent fries back they were cold and soggy. They brought out another batch and there was only a slight improvement. I would not get them again. Service was really good which is why they got 4 stats instead of 3. They should have cut the bill for fries or comped a drink.

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Photography by: Osteria Morini


Make is a saucy brunch at Osteria Morini, the canal-front, South Beach restaurant serving up all kinds of Italian delights. Start with a baked burrata with tomato, eggplant and basil for the table before tucking into an eggs benedict with a smoked salmon hollandaise or the classic uova in purgatorio. Add unlimited pours of mimosas, bellinis, bloody Marys and Italian Garibaldi cocktails for an extra $30. Bonus: you can mix and match drinks all throughout brunch.