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Porcão Farm to Grill, opens in Mary Brickell Village on Wednesday, April 2

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Porcão Farm to Grill, opens in Mary Brickell Village on Wednesday, April 2, 2014. The dining and nightlife destination is looking to redefine the traditional steakhouse concept by offering a hip food and drink scene. Porcao Farm to Grill’s cocktail list features creative and classic cocktails, as well as 75+ wines-by-the-glass. Pairing recommendations based on a guests selected meal can be found throughout the iPad menus. The 10,500 square-ft restaurant is complete with a sprawling bar and lounge area. A see-through enclosure allows guests to view a dry-aging room with a salt wall and walk-in wine cellar. Showcasing the restaurants commitment to serving local and fresh ingredients, an herb garden serves as one of the many focal points. Porcão Farm to Grill will be open nightly for dinner, with lunch and brunch launching at a later date. Located in Mary Brickell Village at 901 South Miami Avenue, Suite 101. Curbside valet and metered street parking are available. Telephone: (305) 779-2445;



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