We stopped here after shopping at the Dade County Farmer's Market, (which is worth a trip by itself). Apparently on the weekends, only a brunch menu is offered but there were plenty of dishes from which to choose. I had eggs benedict, with perfectly poached and served hot eggs, atop real ham rather than so-called canadian bacon. I don’t want to limit my recommendation on this place just by saying they had great eggs benedict; all of the fare seemed of that same standard. Others in my group had equally good choices. We had the obligatory fried cheese curds, not one of my favorites, and they were quite good also. You can tell they pay a lot of attention to local sourcing and quality, with efficient but unobtrusive service. We weren't drinking so I can’t comment about the bar but it appeared that those who were enjoyed the quality and selection of artisanal beers. I am curious about the partner dinner facility right next door; I suspect they share kitchens and staff.