Though South Florida's not known for geological formations, Himmarshee Grill is a rock. For years, it's been the most consistently dependable restaurant in Himmarshee Village. It's anchored that strip of SW 2nd street for more than a decade, and has seen its shares of ups and downs.
Now, Brandon Whitestone is fully on board. After spending 5 years as chef de cuisine with Chef Allen's, he joined the Himmarshee team about eight weeks ago, says owner Dave Nicholas.
That's all we got out of him for now -- he was super busy. We'll keep you posted.
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