Brought to us by the same chefs behind Triciclo, one of Madrid’s most popular restaurants, TANDEM by Triciclo is coming to Miami this April. Designed to be a teaser for Miami’s new European market concept, FIREHOUSE MRKT–which will open with a Triciclo restaurant and other market food shops this September–TANDEM by Triciclo is a three-part collaborative dinner series that will feature the culinary talents of Triciclo’s Javier Goya and Javier Mayor. Adding to its allure, it will also include select chefs who will be a part of FIREHOUSE MRKT once it opens to the public.
Taking up space in Miami’s historic Fire Station No. 2, FIREHOUSE MRKT will be a 5,000 square-foot walk-around market with five fun areas: two main restaurants serving fish and meat, a station for fruits and vegetables, bakery cafes, Salumeria, and a “despensa,” or tapas bar. But because that won’t be open until September, the team behind Triciclo wanted to give Miami’s finest foodies a way to watch, and participate in, its development; so it launched the TANDEM dinner series, set to take place in the raw FIREHOUSE MRKT space itself, so diners could start to get a feel for what it’ll all be about.
Kicking-off the series on April 7 and 8, the first dinner will between a collaborative feast between Mayor, Goya, and Omar Montero, the beloved Mexican chef behind Miami’s Cantina La Veinte and Copper 29, who will also debut his first taqueria at the new FIREHOUSE MRKT. Each dish in this 14-course dinner will be paired with wine or Estrella Damm beer, including standout plates like Watermelon Thai gazpacho with lime and mussels, Salpicon de Res, and Shellfish Rossejat, to name a few.
FIREHOUSE MRKT is located at 1401 North Miami Avenue. This dinner will take place on April 7 and 8, with the remaining two parts of the series to come in Summer 2017. Tickets for the first TANDEM by Triciclo pop up are priced at $100 per person and can be purchased here.