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Nov042011

Review: Downtown Miami's Lost & Found Saloon

InteriorThe walls are decorated in animal skins, from the ceiling hang giant wooden ‘horse-and-buggy’ wheels and the sounds of Rachel Goodrich and Animal Collective echo off the walls and into your happy awaiting ears.

Wall Mural by Bachti BaxterThey even have a tiny dining nook with muralled walls (by Bachti Baxter) depicting the most gorgeous nightime prairie scene.

We spoke to owner KB, who told us the music played there brings in all sorts of crowds. They’re located in the Desgin District which is bursting with talent from all corners of the creative spectrum from those that are musically blessed to those who can fashion artwork with a napkin and pen.

The food here is also a work to behold. I got a refreshing and bright tasting gazpacho ($6.25), some bitter endive stuffed with sweet corn and crab ($9.75), a pepito (pumpkin seed) encrusted salmon filet with some hearty veggies ($15.25) and a delicious wild berry pie with lemon crust ($8.25) to end the meal.

Pepito Encrusted Salmon $15.25Wild Berry Pie $8.25Lost and Found offers cuisine that will assuage the hungry cowboy in you, with their ‘pow-wow peace deals’ and ‘sweet southwestern bonitas.’  This place oozes with uniqueness and laid back atmosphere. You can mosey into their adobe-colored banquets, look up at the painted stars and dine by 2-d mountain ranges with some tasty Southwestern fare.

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