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About Bin No. 18
Chef-Owner Alfredo Patino celebrates fresh local market approach with his "Roadside European Cuisine". In a cosmopolitan, industrious setting in Miami’s neighboring art district, bin no. 18 is a popular stop for pre- and post- Art Center shows and gallery walks. With its contemporary interpretation of casual meets chic, the European bistro explores a spectrum of artisan dishes composed with a purpose. Driven to present a true taste of the Riviera urban cuisine, Chef's weekend menus experiment with seasonal flavors to bring out the ones that tantalize us the most. The well-designed beer and wine bins boast a variety of juice that is top-ranked in quality and value. Hanging Chandeliers, concrete slabs over wine barrels serve as communal tables' ideal for sharing the cheese and charcuterie menus. We welcome you to sense a unique culinary art scene.
Miami, FL 33132
Italian, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Thursday - Sunday: 11:30am - 5:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Wednesday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm, Thursday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm Bar & Tapas until midnight
18th & 19th
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We have vast experience in providing a different approach to anyone’s catering needs. We have the ability to cater to anyone's desire in a carefree environment.
private lot on mason and taylor (10 dollars fee)
We are walking distance from the Omni station of the Metromover. 4 blocks North of the Performing Arts center also know as the Artsh Center for the Performing arts.
Private Party Facilities:
The entire restaurant its perfect for parties of 30 and up. Restaurant rental fees apply. Rental fees are depending on date and day of the week. Usually ranging from $500-$2000
Private Party Contact:
Alfredo Patino: (786) 356-8710
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, Wine
Bin No. 18 Ratings and Reviews
The poor server was all alone and the place was packed. Granted there was quite a wait but I must say, the portions were huge and the food was exceptional!!! Kudos to the chef!!!! The bin salad was a meal in itself!!! The crispy 1/2 chicken - "to die for"!!! Excellent!!!
The food is original and brilliant. Excellent preparation at a reasonable price. If I went 100 times, I would order the sangria soaked warm fig brulee with walnuts, organic greens, and carmelized onions every time. Only $9. The small plates are very generous- the eggplant bruschetta for $7 was fabulous. The wine is very reasonable- $5 for Malbec at happy hour. The service is genuine and friendly.
Our waitress, Andre (Andreina) made our experience. I had brought a group of colleagues who weren't necessarily "gourmets" and were somewhat uncomfortable with the small plate sharing concept. Andre helped them all find something they were comfortable with. I took her recommendations as well and had a fantastic octopus salad and a baked Brie with a superb honey. Happy hour wines were half price and the selection of wines by the glass was excellent. I can't wait to go back with some foodies and explore more of the menu.
Bin 18, where I have dined many times, reported I didn't honor my reservation; I did. Service was slow & haphazard. Despite arriving at 6 and telling the server we were going to the theater at 8, the food came out so late we couldn't finish our meal. I won't be back.
Great food and moderate to above moderate prices but paper napkins? Overall, it was good and it was close to the performing arts center. It looked a little thrown together with not enough attention to detail. There were crumbs on my chair which I had to whip off before I sat down and the napkin thing didn't make any sense. Also, There was one unisex bathroom which made it uncomfortable.
OK. We arrived at 5 PM, the time we booked on Open Table, but were told that they were not open until 5:15. No big deal, but still. The food itself was great. The dishes were tasty and thoughtfully presented. Prices were very nice, but our waiter was not very skilled. The service did not measure up to the quality of the food. He had difficulty initially taking our order (blithely forgot to take my wife's order), and at the end of the meal he got the dessert wrong, that is, we ordered it after his suggestion, but never got it. We ate outside, on Biscayne Blvd., which was also a mistake. The table was not really clean, it felt sticky. The wall near the entrance and the entrance door were filthy, greasy smear marks, dried drink spatters and all. THe floor was neither swept nor washed. There were flies which tried to be busy with our food. Now I am not a deliberately fussy person, but it seems that an establishment with such a nice menu and such a skilled kitchen deserve a little more TLC and pride out front, because these problems ruin the whole experience. You would think we were eating at a dirty roadside wagon. Someone should take an honest look at how your waitstaff performs. What a disappointment! P.S. I have photos of the dirt because I couldn't believe that the staff didn't notice this.
This was our 3rd time dining at Bin NO 18. We went for a nice dinner before a show at the Arsht Center. As usual, the food was delicious, the staff was warm, friendly and helpful and the prices were very reasonable. Happy hour with half-price wine by the glass was an added bonus. We will be back for sure!
I have been to this restaurant many times but this visit might make me never go back again. Three of us ordered appetizers that did not need to be cooked. It took over 40 minutes to find out what was going on with our order. When they items were finally ready, we had to leave because we had tickets to the theatre. This led to a lot more confusion and the staff not understanding packing the items to go or that we should be comped something, being it took so long and then we had to leave with our food. This almost led to an argument but we were finally comped our glasses of wine. The staff was not very with it or apologetic about the terrible service.
had previous good experiences here but it has deteriorated significantly. Few diners in attendance, yet long delay in food preparation. Then salads and main dishes came simultaneously. Steak was cold. Sent back to kitchen and returned with a hot chimichurri sauce on it, but underlying meat was still cold. Very disappointing.
We tried the five choice tapas menu to share as a starter for two. The portions were extremely generous -- could have fed three easily, and perhaps even four. For the main, my husband had the Churrasco steak platter with a creamy mushroom sauce, accompanied by a spinach and chopped tomato salad. I chose the small plate of scallops with polenta. Both were delicious! We'll definitely be back.
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