Sansara, the Cuban-inspired, brunch-only pop-up that takes over Coral Gables’ Tinta y Café every Sunday is getting ready to debut dinner. The restaurant, which has already built a strong following within the Miami foodie community, teased guests on Valentine’s Day with their first dinner installment, a six-course menu featuring short rib ropa vieja ravioli, flan with chicharrón (pork rinds) chips and a bread, banana tartar and lime air delight. Sansara will be officially open for dinner on March 22 and while their concept remains the same: high-flavor, sustainably-sourced Cuban staples with a twist, creative libations and a distinctive Miami vibe, Chefs Sachi Statz and Andres Vega will have more room to show off their culinary skills beyond egg benedicts and breakfast toasts. Dinner menu items will include an Ironbeer braised oxtail, one of Vega’s favorite dishes, a Papaya Carpaccio and a lobster Malanga soup, a play on the traditional clam chowder. Vegas and Statz also have plans for expansion beyond the pop-up slated for late 2018/early 2019.