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“OK Brunch”
Review of Three

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Thu, 6/27
8:00 PM
Ranked #531 of 5,016 Restaurants in Miami
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed April 22, 2019

The ambiance is modern and welcoming. Live music, good service and joyful young crowd. Menu was interesting but the execution and plating was average.
Located in trendy Wynwood. Valet parking very convenient.

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed April 21, 2019 via mobile

Miami is known for brunch and Three just elevated brunch to a new level. The mimosas were made with fresh squeezed orange juice. The starters were big hits at the table, the avocado toast with a mixture from farm fresh vegetables and yogurt was delicious. Try their take on huevos rancheros, a South Florida twist. Will not disappoint!!!

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed March 18, 2019

We decided to try the brunch offered on the weekends from the Chef’s Table. A tradition that has become popular with those who enjoy culinary art, and it was a pleasure to meet the team at Three. Their work flow is like a dance, knowing exactly how to deliver the best plate and service under the guidance of the father of modern global cuisine: Norman Van Aken

The menu is simple but tailored to truly satisfy brunch lovers, including both sweet and salty plates created with local and imported ingredients. Most dishes have a Floridian feel to them like the ‘Miami style” Huevos Rancheros dipped in colored salsa with caramelized plantains, eggs and beans, and the fried chicken with waffles dipped in sweet chilli pepper syrup and smoked butter. These were accompanied by mimosas and live music.

The place is impeccably decorated, you notice good taste and quality everywhere. Without a doubt it is a crossroad for people who want to enjoy a fine gastronomic experience that offers an ample selection of wines and cocktails that reflect the global/local qualities of the restaurant, like the Late Bloomer- Citric, aromatic, and fresh.

Date of visit: February 2019
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Reviewed March 5, 2019

I write this review after my third visit, and for sure the last one, to this restaurant. Of the three visits, only the first one was and enjoyable one, the other two were simply bad ones.
The atmosphere/décor is very on trend and the size of the space should lend itself to optimize the customer experience with the right staff in an intimate and comfortable environment. The food is actually not bad. Its innovative and it surprises at time. However the portions are very small for the price. I’m not one that values serving size over quality or originality but when you are thinking that had it not been for the complimentary bread you’d be walking away unsatisfied after the 3-course pre fixe option, there is a problem with the portions. Maybe they believe that they are a fine dining establishment, where you have come to expect a high price and small portion relationship. The fact is that they are not fine dining. This is explicitly confirmed by their service being at the level of a diner, where the servers use poor judgment with their comments, jokes, and physical contact in addition to lacking of food and service knowledge and refinement.
The biggest issue this place has is with ongoing poor service. Management seems to have no control over the staff. I always get the feeling this place has the energy of a Pop Up location that is going to vanish in a week or that they are understaffed. Their cocktails are delicious but their red wine (at the bar) is at room temperature and you know that means they are serving hot wine at prices that range from $16 to $22 or more for a glass. Also with a completely empty bar, expect to wait an excessive amount of time to get your drink; frustrating and unthinkable. The floor staff is not strong. They are slow, inconsistent, and too casual and lack professionalism. One person in our team is deathly allergic to shrimp and after telling the waiter about her allergy, her food still came back with shrimp in it. Another ate alone because the waiter never put her order in so her food didn’t come out with the rest of the dishes. The servers will fit perfectly down the street at Wynwood Diner but at this place they are a problem that affects their image and, more importantly the customer experience. If they don’t fix it, they wont be there for long. Our party was of 8 people and we all left very hating the choice we made. For me it that night echoed my second visit to Three.

Date of visit: February 2019
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Reviewed March 2, 2019 via mobile

Was nearby at Wynwood wall and searched for something nearby for dinner Friday nite while in town for a conference
Such a lovely surprise to find this gem in the neighborhood Delicious 3 course meal, vibrant setting and crowd. We all ordered something different but pleased with our meals. Highly recommend

Date of visit: March 2019
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