Miami’s Five Best Cheesy Dishes Featuring Lulu’s Guava Goat Cheese
January 20 is National Cheese Lover’s Day, a time to unite and pay homage to fromage. Like any holiday, it should be spent in a gluttonous tizzy, noshing away on mountains of cheese.
Miami restaurants have embraced our love of cheese by using it in everything from classic warm sandwiches to ice cream. Here are the five cheesiest dishes in the Magic City.
3. Goat cheese ice cream at Lulu’s Nitrogen Ice Cream. The artisanal ice-cream shop that boasts a unique menu of seasonal and local flavors is best known for its flash-frozen ice cream. The shop’s goat cheese ice cream will satisfy both your sweet tooth and cheese cravings. Each creamy scoop is dressed up with guava sauce, served in a cup or cone, and tastes like a pastelito ($3.95). 2001 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; lulus-icecream.com.