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180 Degrees at the DRB's Brunch Features Burgers and a Place for Fido to Play

Ryan Martin faced a dilemma. The success of restaurant, 180 Degrees at the DRB, was such that he was too busy to spend time with his dogs Truffle and Cheddar. "I was working like 90 hours a week and they were just at home alone."

La Petite Maison Is Brickell's French Fling

It came as somewhat of a surprise when Arjun Waney, the restauranteur behind Zuma and Coya, announced he would open a Miami outpost of his London-based southern French inspired La Petite Maison. The opulent space opened last month with...Show More Summary

Miami Beach Bars Palace and Sandbar Lounge Are Closing

Miami Beach will lose some of its glitter and history with the announcement that two beloved bars are shuttering: the Palace Bar and the Sandbar Lounge.

Jugofresh Removes Health Claims Associated With Juices and Smoothies

At a Jugofresh outpost inside Whole Foods Aventura in December 2016, a rainbow of juice bottles filled an open-faced refrigerator. Many of the green, orange, and red liquids claimed an assortment of health benefits, such as "brain boosting," "hearty healthy," and "bone building" effects packed in a 16-ounce serving. But as...

Vicky's House Offers Sweet Nostalgia and a Golden Girls Milkshake

Vicky's House is more than a restaurant. It's a time machine that transports visitors into sweeter times complete with 80's themed desserts. Vicky’s House is the latest undertaking by the Kush Group.

Five New Rums to Try From the Miami Rum Renaissance Festival

The ninth-annual Rum Renaissance Festival was filled with pirates, tiki mugs, and plenty of rum. Though the spirit is best identified with the islands of the Caribbean, rum is made throughout the world. Traditionally, the spirit is distilled in places where sugarcane is grown, but craft distillers from Utah to...

Velvet Creme Doughnuts to Open on Calle Ocho

It's been more than a year and a half since Velvet Creme, an iconic Miami doughnut shop, announced its reopening after a 15-year hiatus. As of Monday, April 17, the store officially broke ground on Calle Ocho, signaling a resurrection of its original flagship location, which opened on Eighth Street Street in 1947.

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Unicorn Doughnuts, Whiskey and Wings, and DoorDash

Happy Monday, Miami. Enjoy what's new in town, from the Salty Donut's Unicorn doughnut and DoorDash's food delivery specials, to whiskey and wings at the Butcher Shop, pints and post night at Lincoln's Beard Brewery, and a collaborative dinner by the chefs at La Mar and Verde.

Day Trip to Homestead and the Redland This Weekend: Five Stories to Whet Your Appetite

This weekend, get out of city and get a breath of fresh air in the countryside. Miami-Dade's farmlands of Homestead and the Redland are rich in culture, diversity, and food. Explore markets, try new foods, and even hang out at a winery. Here are five stories to whet your appetite.

Top Chef Jeremy Ford Leaves Matador Room For Grove Bay Hospitality Group Partnership

Jeremy Ford has left Matador Room at the Miami Beach Edition hotel to form a partnership with Grove Bay Hospitality Group.The chef, most famously, won the title of Top Chef on the award-winning Bravo television series last year. During the season finale, Matador Room owner Jean-Georges Vongerichten served as Ford's sous-chef. Show More Summary

Chef de Cuisine's Departure Wounds Danny Serfer's New Place, Mignonette Uptown

Only four months after opening, restaurateur Danny Serfer's new North Miami Beach restaurant, Mignonette Uptown, has lost its chef de cuisine, 26-year-old Anthony Ciancio. Serfer says the departure was “amicable,” but it might be a blow to his new place. The owner gave the chef wide latitude to design the menu and shape it.

Stephen Starr and Justin Smillie's Upland Debut an Anti-South Beach Brunch

Brunch in South Beach usually equates to free-flowing booze, a DJ playing sultry beats, and a dress code where less is more. As weekend sunshine peeks through floor-to-ceiling windows inside Upland, the collaborative eatery from restaurateur...Show More Summary

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Wynwood Life, Rum Fest, and Taste of Miami

Happy Friday, Miami. There's much to do over the weekend. Enjoy a Taste of Miami at Marlins Park or explore the Wynwood Life street festival. Make like a pirate at the Miami Rum Renaissance Festival, or enjoy barbecue and blues. Weekend starts now! Taste of Miami 8 to 11 p.m...

Knaus Berry Farm and Chef Philip Bryant Host Sunday Supper in a Secret Location

Knaus Berry Farm quietly closed for the season, but if you want a taste of its produce and baked goods, you still have the opportunity at its Sunday Supper dinner.The supper, held this Sunday Sunday, April 23rd, at 6:30 p.m., sees the...Show More Summary

Antonio Bachour Steps Away from Bachour Bakery + Bistro

The jet-setting Miami pastry chef who enjoys a global following thanks his intricate, eye-popping pastries, viennoiserie, and entremets is leaving the Brickell restaurant that bears his name. "I sold my part," Antonio Bachour told New Times. "I made it a franchise for them and they're paying me a royalty fee."...

Bertoni Caffe in Brickell Has a Secret Off-Menu Fried PB&J Sandwich

When it comes to snagging a secret menu item, one must be in the know. As hidden dishes are scattered across various restaurants in town, knowing when to ask about the availability of an off-menu item is a challenge. Sometimes, though, diners receive helpful information from the eatery itself.

The Salty Donut Collaborates With David and Isabela Grutman to Create a Unicorn Doughnut for Charity

Brace yourself Miami—The first-ever rainbow doughnut has arrived. The Salty Donut, an artisanal doughnut shop in Wynwood, created its most colorful flavor yet with 50 percent of all proceeds benefitting Style Saves, a charity by nightlife guru David Grutman and his wife Isabela.

The Ten Best Fried Chicken in Miami

We love fried chicken so much that it's hard to read about it without developing a pestering craving. So let's just say you have been warned: The following list of the best, most outrageous, and utterly creative fried chicken in Miami may be difficult to read. There's even a chance it may influence tonight's dinner plans too.

Food Delivery Service DoorDash Expands to North Miami and Broward

Food delivery services are nothing new in Miami, with companies like UberEats, Postmates, and Grubhub transporting everything from doughnuts to burgers from a restaurant to someone's doorstep. As of February 2017, California-based service DoorDash...Show More Summary

The Tank Brewing Company Opens Taproom

The Tank Brewing Company opened its taproom this week making it the latest Miami craft brewery to pour beers onsite for the public. The announcement was made across the brewery's social media which invited the public to an informal "sip and discuss" event and preview to mark the occasion. Show More Summary

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