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Thrillist: 14 Women-Owned Businesses to Support in Miami

Thrillist: 14 Women-Owned Businesses to Support in Miami

Sisters Michele and Jennifer Kaminski learned the power of female entrepreneurship early on, watching their mother Chom “Sunny” Kaminski run a Korean restaurant in Indiana. Though the sisters went into different industries, they’ve come back to hospitality this past...
Forbes: Artisan Food Market On Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road

Forbes: Artisan Food Market On Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road

If you’re in Miami this weekend, this is where you’ll want to be on Sunday afternoon. The SOBEWFF Artisan Food Market on Lincoln Roadis back with a line-up featuring some of the city’s best homegrown culinary talent. The first edition of this delicious market took...
Miami Mag: 5 New Restaurants To Visit In Miami

Miami Mag: 5 New Restaurants To Visit In Miami

Sisters Jennifer and Michele Kaminski opened this eatery because they felt there wasn’t enough Korean cuisine representation in Miami (an understatement to say the least). This long-term pop-up offers the Kaminski family recipes with a menu that includes signature...
Flamingo: What was on the Menu this Year in Florida?

Flamingo: What was on the Menu this Year in Florida?

Jennifer and Michele Kaminski had actually been thinking about their admittedly abnormal dining concept for a few years now but just never took that first step. It came about when a simple thought occurred to them: why don’t more Americans appreciate the...
Miami New Times: The Ten Best New Restaurants in Miami 2020

Miami New Times: The Ten Best New Restaurants in Miami 2020

Sisters Jennifer and Michele Kaminski channeled years of watching their mother, Chom “Sunny” Kaminski cook at her Indiana restaurant. Seeing a need for delicious Korean food in Miami, they opened 2 Korean Girls with a little help from culinary veteran Allen Susser. ...