Beverage Director

Cameron Camacho

General Manager

A native of Hialeah since birth, Cameron was formally educated at Boston College, and when she graduated was writing for a local Miami magazine. She entered into the hospitality realm like most well educated graduates do – as a Starbucks Barista. But her days as a Barista were numbered as she began to crave new experiences within hospitality, which lead her to craft food, craft beer, and locally sourced restaurants. On her days off you can find Cameron curled up to a good book with her Jack Russell Terrier, Henry, spending time with her beloved family, or exploring the latest and greatest in theater, art, and music.

Sous Chef

Andres Bello

Sous Chef

Andres – a.k.a. ‘Dre’ – is a Nicaraguan born chef who was raised in the states. He inherited his skills in the kitchen from his grandmother and aunt, but his passion for food was the driving force for making it a career. Creativity in his dishes and preparations set him apart from all the rest, he has a certain joie de vivre or cheerful spirit that is infectious. Dre is a multi-talented individual, and when he’s not in the Kush kitchen he is producing music, songwriting, designing graphics or on the hunt for the perfect pair of Jordans. Music is a lifelong passion for him, and he uses both the kitchen and fresh beats as his canvas for expression.


Fredy Barrientos

Kitchen Manager

Kush’s Kitchen Manager. Born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras and raised in Miami, Florida. For some, the kitchen can be a high stress environment, but Fredy is a seasoned veteran who knows how to execute under pressure. The culinary world is certainly his passion, but his wife and daughter are the center of his universe. 


Tracey Nieroda-Kraus


Tracey is originally from Massachusetts (Go Red Sox) and attended Northeastern University for Criminal Justice. But her passion for great food brought her and fiancé, Jason, to take on the Miami heat and leave cold winters behind. In her spare time she loves to cook and experiment with different cuisines, sip on a craft sour ale or brown ale, and discover new restaurants.