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Rusty Pelican Features 300 Wines and a New Menu

It’s been almost six years since the Rusty Pelican, Key Biscayne’s iconic sunset-viewing happy hour hangout, underwent its extensive $7 million renovation.Now, the iconic restaurant has introduced an extensive new collection of wines as well as a revised menu to go with its unbeatable view.

National Food Distributors Are Gobbling Up Florida Purveyors

Over the summer Planet Sushi on Miami Beach, an all-white space decked out with lavender neon lights on Washington Avenue, was cited by the state's Department of Business and Professional Regulations for serving "white tuna." It's a common menu offering at speedy sushi spots across the country. Show More Summary

The Ten Best Key Lime Pies in the Florida Keys

Nearly every vacation destination in the US lays claim to an iconic dish. In Chicago, it's deep dish pizza. In Philadelphia, it's cheesesteaks. For us, it's key lime pie. Named for the small limes said to be first introduced in the 1830s...Show More Summary

Verde Debuts Artistic Menu Inspired by PAMM's Toba Khedoori Exhibit

With the recent launch of the Toba Khedoori exhibit at Pérez Art Museum Miami, executive chef Kaytlin Dangaran has used the Australian artist's work as inspiration for a new menu at Verde, the waterfront restaurant at PAMM.

Eight Restaurants Serving Memorial Day Barbecue Specials

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer. While the rest of the country breaks out their swimsuits and barbecue tongs for the first taste of good weather, Miamians are already dealing with sweltering heat. Though the beach is always fun, who wants to fire up the grill when it's 90 degrees out?

Estefan Kitchen: The Design District Goes Cuban

At Estefan Kitchen in the Design District, a trio of musicians kicks things up a notch as soon as the clock strikes 9. A young woman in barely there shorts and her father dance salsa beautifully, while next to them a gentleman in his late 80s starts doing the twist. Show More Summary

Miami Delis Evolve From Wolfie's to Zak the Baker

Recently, there has been a renaissance. Stephen's, the oldest operating deli in Miami-Dade, is gearing up for a large-scale renovation that will add a craft cocktail bar. Over in Aventura, Bagel Cove is now open 24 hours, serving matzo ball soup after the bars close. Show More Summary

El Bagel Delivers Old School, Hand-Rolled Goods with a Wynwood Pop-Up on The Way

The things we call bagels are in fact little more than glorified rolls with holes. Even in New York City where bagels are believed to be best, they're filled with life-extending conditioners and corn syrup. In Miami, the legitimate bagel options are rare. Show More Summary

Six Florida Breweries Owned by Other Beer Companies

As the craft beer industry continues to grow, larger beer companies are taking notice and are acquiring smaller breweries. Florida isn't immune to this phenomenon. Several international conglomerates have already snatched up breweries in the Sunshine State. Show More Summary

Miami Beach's Hank & Harry's Deli to Open Second Location in South Miami

Years ago, Miami Beach reigned as South Florida's delicatessen capital. The opening of Hank & Harry's in February 2017 marked somewhat of a resurgence in Miami's long deli history (along with proof of hunger for a quality pastrami sandwich).

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: New Impero Burger, Fresh Market Opening, and a 20,000 Square-Foot Bowling Ally

Happy Monday, Miami. Enjoy what's new in town this week, including the opening of King's Bowl — a 20,000 square-foot bowling, dining, and cocktail venue — as well as a new Fresh Market location in CityPlace Doral, Indie Film Night at Lincoln's Beard Brewing Co., an Italian-influened burger at Pizza & Burger for National Burger Month, and a Lucy Buffet book signing.

Six Upcoming Seasonal Craft Beer Releases You Need in Your Fridge

Part of what makes visiting a local brewery's taproom so special is the draft lineup: there's usually something on tap you can't find in stores, or many of the local craft beer bars, for that matter. But what about when you want to take some of it home? Well, that's what bottle releases are for. They don't happen

Drink Miami Hostel Returns to the Freehand With a Passport to Over 30 Cocktail Experiences

Last year's Drink Miami Hostel transformed the Freehand rooms into mini cocktail experiences where guests were entertained and educated by some of the industry's best bartenders and brand managers.This year, organizers Gabriel Urrutia, Giovanny Gutierrez, and Matt Hirsch, bring Drink Miami Hostel back to the Freehand on Saturday, June 24 from 1 to 5 p.m.

Miami's Six Best Springtime Cocktails

Spring is well underway, which means Miamians are rapidly preparing for the unrelenting heat and humidity of our most tropical season. The good news is, while you’re sizzling outside, Miami’s best bars and restaurants are here to cool you down with the season’s most refreshing and bright cocktails. Show More Summary

Ghee Indian Kitchen Opens in Downtown Dadeland

Niven and Shivani Patel's Ghee Indian Kitchen began welcoming its first guests earlier this month and already the much-anticipated place has become one of the city's hardest reservations. There were no two tops available this past Saturday. Show More Summary

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: New Times' Out to Brunch, Pizza Zoo, and Mexican Shabbat

Happy Friday, Miami. Enjoy what's new in town, from Concrete Beach Brewery's birthday celebration and Mexican Shabbat at the Wynwood Yard, to Miami New Times' Out to Brunch and Pizza Zoo at Sidebar.

Miami Attorney and Lincoln's Beard Brew Rare Beer to Benefit Honor Flight

Finding new recipes to brew is a pastime for pretty much all zythophiles, including John Falco from Lincoln's Beard Brewing Company, who recently teamed up with local attorney Josh Hubner to put an original Florida style of beer back on tap in Miami's beer scene.

Tap 42 Opens in Midtown Miami This Weekend With More Than 40 Beers on Tap

Tap 42 has announced the opening date for its Midtown Miami restaurant. The newest addition to the Tap & Co. family, Tap 42, located on the corner of NE 33rd Street and First Avenue, will officially open for business on Saturday, May 20.

Get a Free Pizza From Postmates to Celebrate National No Dirty Dishes Day

Today, May 18, is a holiday that pretty much everyone will want to celebrate: National No Dirty Dishes Day.

Here Are the Best Bites at New Times' Out to Brunch This Saturday at Soho Studios

This weekend, forget Sunday brunch. On Saturday, May 20, more than 30 restaurants will unite for Miami's biggest and tastiest brunch party of the year. There's still time to purchase tickets that will guarantee unlimited bites and bubbly...Show More Summary

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