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Ruby Dee’s is a cool eatery located within Miami’s Mia Market in the Design District. As a new vendor in town, the spot brings their A-game for the seasoned Miamian palette (no pun intended. Really.) Head chef Daniel Roy sets Ruby Dee’s standard at ‘seasonal and vegetable plates,’ which is as good a start as any. The former Generator Exec Chef began his solo venture full of inspiration from a childhood upbringing with his grandmother, Ruby Dell. And of course, like any beautiful, ex-marine, killer-cook-grandmother, she left an impression — it can be found in the plates at Ruby Dee’s.

The menu here is varied enough, and the pricing is honest. Not to mention, each dish is colorful, entreating, or both. If you want some raw delish, try the Hamachi Tartar w/ avocado mousse and soy ginger dressing. On a dreary day, go for the Butternut Squash Soup w/ maple whipped cream and crushed pepitas. Yummy. Some mains this time of year include Soft Cooked Salmon served with dill-oil-slapped polenta or the well-vetted Bacon Turkey Sandwich on Ciabatta. There are also a few loaded salads — good to take along for the ride.

Open 7 days a week, Ruby Dee’s is always around to deliver good eats to good folks. 

Mia Market, 140 NE 39th St, Miami, FL 33137; miamarket.com/ruby-dees

Open Monday-Friday noon-8 pm; Saturday – Sunday, noon-9pm.

  

Photo credit: Ruben Cabrera

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