Vibrant, filling, trendy but casual… that is what immediately comes to mind when thinking back on a night at Earl’s Dadeland. The Canadian born and bread restaurant made it’s way to Sunny South Florida and brings an alive and happening vibe to the Dadeland mall. While they may be a ‘chain’ restaurant, the core of being family owned shows even in their southernmost location.
Think young trendy professional. Earl’s is a great option for your #girlboss ladies night, after work happy hour, weekend brunch with the family, or a place to impress your date without breaking the bank.
The menu at Earls is packed with variety and just as diverse as the Magic City. Where else can you find a Quinoa Avocado Powerbowl, Bacon cheddar burger, sushi and sashimi, and Baja Fish Tacos all on the same menu? The cuisine speaks to many regions of the world and is packed full of flavor.
Earl’s Dadeland West Coast Ahi Tuna Salad
Having such a broad menu is slightly bittersweet. Options are wonderful but when everything is appetizing, that makes ordering a challenge. We had the chance to experience some of their New + Notable menu items starting off with the West Coast Ahi Tuna Salad that tastes as good as it sounds. Light and fresh with sesame crusted Ahi Tuna, avocado, and mango over romaine and covered with a soy ginger vinaigrette.
Earl’s Dadeland Avocado Super Toast
Avocado Super Toast, cause what’s a menu with brunch, without Avo toast!? Earl’s adds some zest to their version with a little spicy siracha along with radish, toasted hempseeds, olive oil and tomatoes all serves on a grilled baguette.
Quinoa & Avocado Powerbowl
Now, the Quinoa and Avocado Powerbowl we mentioned earlier. This bowl is packed with roasted squash, beets, toasted pumpkin seeds adding some texture, and tossed with a green goddess dressing. Oh, did we mention it’s vegan?
Earl’s Dadeland Dynamite Sushi Roll
The name ‘Dynamite roll’ never really made sense until Earl’s. The flavors were exactly that, dynamite. Hand-rolled prawn with mango and avocado sushi accompanied by an explosion of spicy and savory with homemade siracha mayonnaise, and a sweet unagi maple sauce.
Earl’s has to thirst-quenching, innovative cocktails. Whoever wasn’t an Old Fashioned fan before will be soon. Earl’s offers a variety of six Old Fashioneds using Rum, tequila, vodka, or the traditional bourbon. Along with numerous cocktail options is an extensive wine list, rose all day, and some of the best deals including ½ off champagne bottles every Saturday 11a-3p an extra happy, happy hour 10p-close everyday!
Walking into Earl’s and grabbing a table is an option. However, the restaurant is located in the newer corridor of the mall so weekend reservations may be a good idea.
Earl’s Kitchen + Bar
7535 N Kendall Dr Miami, FL 33156
Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour, and Weekend Brunch.
Open 11:30a-11p Monday & Tuesday, 11:30-Midnight Wednesday, 11:30-1a Thursday-Saturday and 10a-11p Sunday.