I have been meaning to check out 15th & Vine Kitchen and Bar for a while now. Lately I have heard so many good things about the ambiance and food that I had to try it, and I have to tell you that I wasn't the least bit disappointed. Soaring 15 floors above the Brickell chaos and construction, 15th and Vine at the Viceroy truly offers an exceptional culinary experience for your taste buds, while at the same time giving you an amazing view to look at.
Let’s talk about the food. First, it is important to mention that the menu is seasonal, so there may be a few items mentioned in this post that will soon be rotated out for the season. The contemporary American menu is designed with an emphasis on small, yet still very flavorful portions that have a blend of Latin, Asian and Italian flavors.
For your appetizer I highly recommend you order the Korean Rib Tacos. The plate comes with two tacos stacked high with mango slaw and a spicy Korean salsa roja. Perfect to open up you palate. And if you are a yucca lover then order their yucca fries. It’s perfect to share with a larger table.
15th & Vine is also known to serve some pretty delicious flatbreads. There are literally no words for the braised bacon, apple and spiced pecan flatbread. Hands down probably one of the most innovative and yet delicious flatbreads I have had in a while.
Now, if you really want to get a feel for the menu you should definitely check out either the Tasting Menu or the Chef’s Favorites. This will allow you to try a little bit of everything and really enjoy the culinary experience 15th & Vine has to offer.
Check out my full Tastemade video review below for the full lowdown!