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Things haven’t been going well for Miami’s hottest waterfront restaurant since I broke the story in March that they were operating without permits and licenses from the City of Miami.


Miami New Times weighed in several weeks later with a restaurant review that advised folks that they should go to the restaurant “to be seen, but not to eat.”


Then just last week New Times did a story about new lawsuits filed against the owners by several key employees who claimed they were “unjustly fired when tensions arose between partners Carlos Miranda and Stephane Dupoux.”


But alas, it seems that when it comes to the City of Miami, nothing changes.


Below is an enlargement of the BTR record that shows that the day AFTER my story was published the Zoning department extended a Temporary Certificate of Use (TCU, that had been expired since January 26th, by a month to February 2, 2014, and then on May 1st, a Temporary CU was put in place.


This restaurant has been open and operating since last December - over 6 full months - and the City is still continuing to play these rope-a-dope games.

A MONTH AND A HALF AFTER I BROKE THE STORY THAT SEASALT & PEPPER WAS OPERATING WITHOUT PERMITS OR LICENSES, WANT TO GUESS HOW THEY’RE OPERATING NOW?
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But even worse is the deal with the parking lot company across the street that is piggy backing off of the restaurant’s address.


There isn’t even any pretense that the City intended to deal with this problem, because when all the big shots in their Rolls and Bentley’s pull up, they need a safe place to park these cars, and there’s money to be made from parking more cars in this parking lot than the original permits for the property allow.

Somebody tell me again how there is a new leaf in the City of Miami, and how all of these skanky deals are no longer going to be allowed?


It’s always going to be Miami, Bitches!