Which restaurants in Miami will be closing next?
Miami-Dade County is set to be in a tight spot this weekend as restaurants are forced to close.
But a number of establishments are set to open next week, with restaurants like Taco Cabana and Mimi’s Grill expected to open at least one day before Miami- Dade’s restaurants do.
A spokesperson for Taco Cabanas said that the restaurant is in the process of opening up at 11:00 a.m.
Saturday and that the wait will likely be much shorter.
“It’s going to be a very, very short wait, but it’s going be a big hit,” said Taco Cabanana’s owner, Ricardo Flores.
Flores said the restaurant will have a limited menu and is expected to be open from 11:30 a.ms. until 2:00 p.m., and is likely to open on a weekday, so we’re probably not going to see Taco Cabaana open until Monday.
Florens said that Taco Cabanoans customers should expect the wait time to be shorter than that.
“They’re going to get the best of both worlds.
You get a good meal and then you can have some fun with your friends and family,” he said.
Taco Cabana has opened three locations in Miami-I know that they’ve been open in other cities, and it’s definitely something that’s going on here.
Flairs is also open from 12:00 noon until 2 p. m.
Sunday at his new Taco Cabanias location in the South Beach neighborhood.