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Get Ready for Blue Collar 2.0 Opening on June 27, 2024

Serfer will soon close its doors and be reborn in a cool, spacious new location right across the street at 6789 Biscayne Boulevard
Photo Courtesy of Blue Collar 2.0

New Blue is not about upscaling and up-pricing. It’s about expansion, evolution, and preparing for the next 12 years – Danny Serfer

The wait is almost over! Miami’s beloved Blue Collar, owned by chef Danny Serfer, will soon close its doors and be reborn in a fabulous, spacious new location right across the street at 6789 Biscayne Boulevard. The restaurant is scheduled to open on June 27.

Rest assured, many signature favorites made the move, but Blue Collar’s menu is rich with new additions. Attractive new Apps include an Egg Roll Trio – cheeseburger, Cuban sandwich, and pepperoni pizza (paired with appropriate sauces); and Mushroom & Goat Cheese Croquettes with fig jam; Swedish Meatballs with toast and gravy; and Matzo Ball Soup, available daily. New Entrees will include Shawarma – lamb shoulder, Israeli couscous, saffron, pita, chickpea stew, and tahini; Swordfish with twice baked potato and purple mustard, as well as Serfer’s version of a Miami Completa – a composed meal anchored by a protein, served with two sides.

Blue 2.0 is almost ready and reservations are officially available on Open Table
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Options run the gamut from Griot (crispy pork shoulder) with pikliz and gravy and Chicken Cordon Bleu with double mustard cream to Crispy Skin Snapper. At New Blue, Dailies are in three categories – Braise, Chop, and Pasta. It’s anyone’s guess what Serfer has in the works, but expect everything from osso buco marsala and curried goat to “a big a$$ veal or pork chop” and house-made linguini with clams. New desserts? You bet, including Sticky Toffee Pudding and house-made, baked-to-order Chocolate Chip Cookies.

THE TIME IS NEAR FOR THE NEW BLUE! BLUE COLLAR 2.0 SLATED TO OPEN MID-JUNE 2024
Photo Courtesy of Blue Collar 2.0

The new Blue Collar, aesthetically speaking, is as much an extension of Serfer as the food. “I originally opened in MiMo for two reasons: 12 years ago, the rent was still sane, and I love mid-century design and architecture. The new Blue allowed me to design the restaurant in a way I couldn’t back then. I aimed to make it look like a million bucks without spending it.” To that end, Serfer scoured thrift stores nearby for everything from the vintage credenza to gilded, gold-framed mirror and matching, overlapping metal pinwheel light fixtures.

Stay tuned! Blue Collar will close at 6730 Biscayne Boulevard soon and reopen at 6789 Biscayne Boulevard. Lunch, Happy Hour, and dinner will be served initially, with breakfast and Brunch rolling out shortly after. Free lot parking and street parking are available; for more information, visit  www.bluecollarmiami.com.

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