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Jose Garces, Pubbelly Team to Run Restaurants on Norwegian Escape, Sailing in November

Jose Garces, Pubbelly Team to Run Restaurants on Norwegian Escape, Sailing in November


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The ship will be Norwegian Cruise Line’s largest to date

Jose Garces' Bayamo will have outdoor seating on the ship's quarter-mile "Waterfront."

Setting out on its maiden voyage November 14, the Norwegian Escape will be the largest ship that the legendary cruise line has ever sailed. Departing from Miami year-round, its journey will take it to the Eastern Caribbean, but judging by the dining options on board, you might never want to leave the ship.

Chef Jose Garces, who runs some of Philadelphia’s most renowned restaurants, including Distrito, Village Whiskey, and Volvér, will take the helm at two restaurants on the ship. Bayamo will be seafood-focused but with a Latin twist. The fine-dining restaurant will feature outdoor seating on the ship’s “Waterfront,” a quarter-mile wraparound oceanfront promenade. His second restaurant on the ship, Pincho Tapas Bar, describes itself as “unlike any other restaurant at sea,” and will focus on shareable small plates “that redefine and improve upon centuries-old recipes.” These will be Garces’ first restaurants at sea.

Also notable is a restaurant from the team behind Miami’s renowned Pubbelly called Food Republic. The menu there (like at Pubbelly) will take on an international focus, with menu items ranging from Peruvian ceviche to creative sushi and Chinese noodles.

The dining options don’t end there, though. Carlo’s Bake Shop (by Buddy Valastro of Cake Boss fame) will have a location onboard, as will Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville. Other restaurants include Cagney’s Steakhouse, Teppanyaki (serving food prepared hibachi-style), a traditional French bistro, an authentic Brazilian churrascaria, a classic Irish pub, a café serving buffet-style meals, a gelato shop, and Tuscan-influenced La Cucina. If you’re looking to just have a drink, there will be a wine bar run by the Mondavi family, a craft beer and specialty cocktail bar called the District Brew House, the 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar, and an outpost of Tobacco Road (Miami’s oldest bar). There are also two main dining rooms, as well as Norwegian’s first private special-function room for large groups and events.

And that’s just the food! You can find more information about every detail of the ship here.


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When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

When Carnival Cruise Line's newest vessel, the Carnival Vista, sets sail on her inaugural journey May 1, she will boast some amazing amenities, including more than a dozen restaurants, a casino, a spa, minigolf, an IMAX theater, and the first working brewery at sea in North America.

The 133,500-ton vessel will be home to the RedFrog Pub & Brewery, a collaboration between the cruise line and Miami's Concrete Beach Brewery.
Concrete Beach has created original recipes of the three craft beers to be brewed onboard: ThirstyFrog Port Hoppin&rsquo IPA, which features aromatic, floral, and hoppy notes with passionfruit and citrus overtones ThirstyFrog Caribbean wheat, an unfiltered lager with aromas of bananas and spices and FriskyFrog java stout, a traditional stout with hints of coffee. Eddie Allen, vice president of beverage operations for Carnival, says the two companies have been working on the collaboration for months. The beers have been created to cater to cruise ship passengers.
Jon Carpenter, Concrete Beach's brewmaster, says it was an honor for Concrete Beach to have been tapped for the project. "We feel like we created a great variety that is sure to please guests." Carpenter says the brewery at sea will give passengers a taste of Miami's craft beer scene &mdash and possibly entice them to visit the actual breweries post-cruise. &ldquoIt&rsquos common for vacationers to want to test out the local beer, and Carnival Vista has taken the concept of local and applied it to the decks of their ship."

In addition to featuring the three beers brewed onboard, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery will offer an expanded selection of craft beers. In fact, all Carnival ships sailing from Miami will serve Concrete Beach Brewery's Rica wheat IPA and Stiltsville Miami-style pilsner. Carnival ships sailing from New Orleans, Galveston, Baltimore, Tampa, Alaska, and Hawaii will also offer craft beers made locally in each ship's home port.

If you're looking for a taste of cruise-ship-brewed beer, the Carnival Vista sails throughout Europe this summer, with cruises departing Barcelona and Athens through October. She then sails from New York beginning in November before making her way to PortMiami for winter 2016-17.


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