Lorena Garcia Cocina Restaurant Reviews
Dining For Deal Makers: Reviews Restaurants at the Miami International Airport
JAUNTED.COM Reviews Lorena Garcia Cocina
Veteran Miami International Airport flyers already know that pit stops at La Caretta and Cafe Versailles are worth skipping an airline meal for. Or, if you prefer crappy more standard airport fare, you can head to the slew of beer-themed bars and outposts of Shula's Bar and Grill and Bongo's—the Cuban cafe whose slogan is "Where The Rhythm's Gonna Get You."
But, thanks to MIA's $2.94 billion North Terminal overhaul, there are some surprising new places to eat and drink while transiting through the gateway to South America. Here are five of the latest additions to Concourse D, home of American Airlines.
(Even if we'll still be buying our Cubanos at La Caretta, and our morning coffees at Versailles. Old habits and all that.)
·Bacardi Mojito Bar and Cocina Lorena Garcia: As you'd expect, there are all sorts of Bacardi rum on the menu here, including Bacardi Limon and Bacardi Anejo. The classic mojito was given a perfect five out of five by Miamism. And so you don't have to drink on an empty stomach, chef Lorena Garcia created a special menu of posh bites that includes Caribbean jerk chicken, a shrimp ceviche, and a range of salads that look like they came from anywhere but an airport. Gates: D53, D55 ...