Just as it did in the Northeast and in Miami’s Mary Brickell Village, the casual, energetic restaurant with acclaimed BBQ cuisine, Brother Jimmy’s BBQ is now serving up their serious barbeque Southern style fare in South Miami with the opening of its newest location at Sunset Place.
The street level restaurant in South Miami is 6,500 square-feet of decadent Southern cuisine with house-smoked specialties that include ribs, chicken, pork, brisket and authentic sides like hush puppies, mac-n-cheese and sautéed Brussels sprouts. Catering to the South Miami demographic, the Brother Jimmy’s chefs have added Latin delights such as yucca fires, La Caja China roasted pigs, mojo ribs & wings and a churrasco steak served with black beans, rice and plantains.
The local trio behind all the Brother Jimmy’s Miami locations are UM Hurricanes Alumni and former teammates turned NFL superstars. Jon Vilma, Jon Beason & D.J. Williams launched the first location in Mary Brickell Village 2 years ago. In this short time, they not only established proven success, but they have also expanded the business with a full catering menu, a new back-door takeout window and “Sweet Sui,” a food truck that can be seen at weekly events across South Florida and competing at BBQ cook-offs throughout the region.
About Brother Jimmy’s BBQ:
Brother Jimmy’s has celebrated over 20 years of legendary North Carolina, slow-smokin’ barbeque. Their mission was,
and still is, to bring to quality “down-home” cooking, hospitality and authentic cuisine to Miami. Brother Jimmy’s energetic environment stays true to the original New York location providing the perfect atmosphere for serious dining, food & drinks after-work or dinner with friends and family.