Inspired Cuisine

RedFarm showcases contemporary dishes and “supercharged dim sum” to diners craving culinary creativity in a wide array of dishes and drinks.
Words // Bianca Sproul | June 26, 2024 | Lifestyle

A new restaurant has waltzed into the vacancy that used to harbor the iconic Mr. Moe’s in Coconut Grove. RedFarm, a contemporary take on the traditional Chinese dining scene, invites Miami diners to experience what others in NYC’s Upper West Side and Austin have come to know all to well. Father and son duo, Jeffrey & Zachary Chodorow, have an ethos of sourcing locally in each location they serve. The food and drink menu changes frequently based on seasonality and ingredient availability, although certain signature items like their Pac Man Dumplings and Ed’s Pastrami Egg Rolls are permanent staples. When it comes to design, the distinct aesthetic within the 7,000 sq. ft. space blends modern rustic décor with a bold spirit including neon lights, vibrant wallpaper, Cuban-style wooden ceiling details and elegant Art Deco touches;