I'd gone to this spot in Brickell a couple of times and always enjoyed the tapas and atmosphere. The accompanying fine dining restaurant closed a few months back, which was a shame as it was the only restaurant in the city serving avant garde Spanish food. The chef bolted apparently due to lack of interest.
It gets to me that Miami lets places like this go under. First La Broche and now Salero. And meanwhile, a block or two down, there is a one hour wait for a table at PF Changs. This reaffirms my belief that Miami has to have the most uneducated palatte for a large population. And the higher up the affluence ladder you go, the worse it is. How else do you explain the success of PF Changs in Brickell and Benihana in Coral Gables (on Miracle Mile no less). Could you imagine if a California Pizza Kitchen opened up on Park Ave. or if Houston's opened up on Rodeo Dr.?