Founded by internationally acclaimed restaurateur John Kunkel, 50 Eggs Inc. is a multi-faceted, full-service culinary and hospitality firm focused on developing cutting-edge brands with unparalleled dining experiences. Best known to many for creating Lime Fresh Mexican Grill on Alton Road – the SoBe-Mexican food landmark that was the prototype of a multi-million dollar franchise – 50 Eggs owns and operates several popular Miami restaurants including:
- Burger Taco Whiskey. BTW is a laid-back, American street food joint slinging burgers, tacos and whiskey. BTW pays tribute to the house that helped build 50 Eggs and, after exactly 11 years of that success, we are excited to create a concept for fun: Somewhere we love and we want to hangout. A place where our team, friends and family want to be and enjoy incredible American food.
- Khong River House. Khong River House offers an oasis of reclaimed wood, soaring ceilings and dimly lit Edison bulbs housed in antique Asian birdhouses. True to Asian culture, the food is meant to be shared. Fiery curries, rich noodle dishes, herbaceous broths, tangy house pickles and sweet sticky rice are just a few of the flavors to come from Khong River House’s humble tribute to the food, flavors and traditions of the Mekong region.
- Patpong Road. Patpong Road brings the Red Light District of Southeast Asia to Miami Beach. Named after the actual street in Thailand, Patpong is situated above its mother restaurant Khong River House, directly off Lincoln Road. Late night snacks include Hot & Sticky Thai-Style Chicken Wings, Drunken Rice Noodles and Thai Doughnuts for that late night sweets fix. The cocktails portion of the menu brings back trendy drinks of the 90s with a tongue-in-cheek edge.
- Swine Southern Table & Bar. Billed as Yardbird’s ‘younger, tougher brother,’ Swine was designed in the vein of the classic juke. Swine is rough and tumble, boasting a barn-like interior in shades of weathered red and brown. A large “Run Pig Run” sign made from vintage marquee letters rests on a ledge above a chalkboard with a large hand drawn hog and lettering stating ‘What Bacon And Whiskey Don’t Cure, There Ain’t No Cure For.’
- Yardbird Southern Table & Bar. Growing up Southern is a privilege. It’s a set of ideals passed down through generations. Sure, it’s about sweet tea and swimmin’ holes, front porches and fried chicken, magnolias and Moon Pies. But more importantly, it’s about being devoted to your roots; having a sense of place, of tradition, of family, hard work and each other. To that end, we proudly present Yardbird Southern Table & Bar: A house of worship to farm-fresh ingredients, classic Southern cooking, culture and hospitality.