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Destination: Acapulco

When she was 13 years old, Stephanie’s family piled into the car, rolled down the windows, and took off into the Mexican countryside. Their destination? Acapulco, one of Mexico’s most cosmopolitan cities. Highways and forests rolled out in front of them, and when they came to one of the region’s plunging valleys, they crossed them with slender bridges. When they drove over the famous Mezcala Bridge, perched at 560 feet, it was like the whole world unfolded for them. That feeling, of the whole world opening up to you, is something you’ll feel if you visit Acapulco yourself. The city thrives on tourism, which means it’s become an important hub of culture, especially if that culture involves food. Chefs from all over the world flock to Acapulco to display their unique creations to the seasonal tourists, and to vie for international...


What Money Can Buy

We like to get to know our staff, so one day we asked them a question: “If money were no object, what would you do?” At the time, we expected dozens of different answers. After all, there are musicians, dancers, and singers on our team. There are master chefs and charity givers. Given the freedom to do whatever they wanted, no two responses should have been alike. But time and time again, our staff responded the same way, expressing the same desire. What did they say? They said they wanted to travel. Stephanie would start in the Netherlands, where she has family, and work her way around Europe. She’d probably run into Sharif in Croatia, who loves the waterfalls there. Allison wants to drink coffee in Italy, and dozens answered just like Sabrina, who says that if money were no object, she would simply...


Food of the Family

When Jess Phillips, from Brimstone Doral, was four years old she spent her days with her great grandmother. With more than six decades between the two, you’d think they wouldn’t have much in common except, perhaps, a little trouble walking. But every day, Jess and her great grandmother came together to cook three meals. They covered their hands in waffle mix at breakfast, tossed salads for lunch, and watched pork chops sizzle at dinner. You probably have similar memories. Maybe you discovered cooking like Paris, our beverage manager, while you were trying to surprise your father with his favorite dish. Or you were like Sharif, in Doral, who snuck out of bed at 4 in the morning to practice cooking from his mother’s Betty Crocker cookbook. Whatever your relationship with cooking, we all understand the same thing: that food is a powerful...


What’s “American,” Anyway?

If you asked someone to name American foods, you would probably accept an answer like “hamburgers,” or “country fried steak.” You’d roll with “baked potatoes” and give a pass to “cauliflower mash.” If someone said “alligator,” you’d have to agree on geographical grounds, but the philosophical case is strong too. What’s more American than overcoming a mean-spirited, leathery predator for the sake of a tasty meal? (And before you ask, yes, alligator is delicious. Ikechi Ajoku from Brimstone Doral even ate the tongue once, and gives it his blessing.) So many things seem to fall under the American umbrella that it gets hard to define what “American” food even means. The only trends in the list above are: -Meat -Carbs -Heightened morbidity And that’s not helpful. As a group of American restaurants ourselves, we’re constantly learning about what people expect from their food. Everyone...


Four Corners: The Pacific Rim at Brimstone

This article is part of a series, “Four Corners,” that explores the way our chefs are inspired by traditional cuisines throughout the world. From Tokyo to Honolulu, the Pacific Rim offers endless inspiration. Sweet meats, fermented spices, and the tang of vinegar bring surprising new combinations to the palette. That’s why we’ve imported these flavors, over thousands of miles of open water, to find a home on our menu. We believe that by presenting a truly global cuisine, we can capture the best of America’s shared heritage and share it with our delighted patrons. Just look at what we’re making. Sushi Whether it’s being shared with cocktails or kicking off a rich meal, sushi is a staple at many of our restaurants. Its light, fresh flavors make it the favorite snack for many fans, and it’s a great place for our chefs...


Four Corners: Latin Flavors at Brimstone

This article is part of a series, “Four Corners,” that explores the way our chefs are inspired by traditional cuisines throughout the world.   Here in South Florida, the tastes of Latin America are never far away. Garlic, peppers, and the smell of homemade sauce are the keys to childhood memories all over the state. When a guest sits at our table, we want to bring those warm feelings to the surface. That’s why you’ll find accents of those warm, homey cuisines all throughout our menu. Sometimes the inspiration is obvious, like with our Peruvian Ceviche and jalapeño cream, but sometimes, like with our Coconut Crusted Lobster Roll, the touch is a little more subtle. Read on to see how these traditional flavors come to life to make our unique and adventurous menu possible.   Mahi Napoleon Mahi Napoleon is a Brimstone original that puts...

Brimstone Woodfire Grill Opens in CityPlace Doral

Brimstone Woodfire Grill Opens in CityPlace Doral

Brimstone Restaurant Group is proud to announce their first Miami location with the opening of Brimstone Woodfire Grille in CityPlace Doral in early 2017. Brimstone Woodfire Grill will be located at 3450 NW 83rd Avenue, Suite 145 Doral, FL and will feature 5,500 square feet of indoor dining space with a 1,700 square foot covered patio....