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The following Miami sandwich shops have the formula down pat — each showcasing its own flair, complexity and versatility — while still remaining true to the fundamental recipe of a sandwich. Sure a homemade PB&J can hit the spot, but try a stacked-bread behemoth from any one of these establishments that are pushing the envelope of sandwich construction.
Nearly six months after Jeremy Ford announced his departure from Matador Room, the Top Chef winner returns to Miami Beach this week with the opening his first restaurant, Stubborn Seed in South Beach.
After weeks of Hurricane Irma chaos, many of us could something sweet. How does an ice cream sandwich sound? From gourmet, Middle Eastern-inspired ice cream sandwiches in South Beach to waffle, doughnut and Italian varieties in Aventura, Wynwood, and Brickell, here are the five best in Miami.
About nine months ago, more than 20,000 sweets flooded the FIU arena for Dessert Wars. Now, Miami's largest sweets fest is gearing up to return for a second time this year on October 14. Tickets for the event, which falls on National Dessert Day, are now on sale. Show More Summary
The day after Hurricane Irma roared into town, Richard Hales felt lucky. His two midtown Miami restaurants, Blackbrick and Sakaya Kitchen, were unharmed. Both places had power, and residents of the high-rises that surround the neighborhood were growing antsy. So he decided to open for dinner with a limited menu...
The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) has extended its Miami Spice program through the month of October. The program, which traditionally runs from August 1 through September 30, is designed to give a financial boost to local eateries during Miami's slowest months for tourism.
This week, get involved with the Salty Donut's hurricane relief fund; celebrate Rosh Hashanah at Farmer's Table or Drinkhouse Fire & Ice; enjoy half-off oysters and champagne by the glass at the Dutch; and attend the Rusty Pelican's "Pour For a Cause" hurricane relief event.
Jonel Vajanc has spent much of the past three decades tucked away inside the maze full of stainless-steel equipment and warehouse-size refrigerators and freezers behind Penn Dutch Food Center (3950 N. 28th Ter., Hollywood; 954-921-7144; penn-dutch.com). Some days he ensures that thousands of hot dogs, stuffed into sheep casings that...
Epicure Market, a Miami Beach tradition, is closing for good, thanks to Hurricane Irma. In a Tweet this morning, the South Beach grocery/prepared food specialty store announced that its days were done. The store at 1656 Alton Road opened as a butcher shop, then expanded with an on-site bakery, cheese...
Local businesses and loyal customers help each other out when plywood is stolen from storefront.
Coco Bambu, an award-winning Brazilian restaurant, is officially open in South Beach (955 Alton Rd.). Due to Hurricane Irma, the restaurant was forced to close on Friday, September 14, hours after its grand debut.
It has been more than a week since South Florida first braced for Hurricane Irma. Days later, as we pick up trees, clean up debris and wait for FPL trucks to reach our areas, many of us are eager to return to our daily routines, even if that means an eight-hour work day. Show More Summary
While Hurricane Irma is gone, recovery has just begun. Many of us have spent the last few days cleaning up debris, moving fallen trees, and anxiously awaiting power restoration. Through it all, restaurants and bars were among the first establishments to reopen, welcoming customers with air-conditioning, warm meals, cold drinks,...
Many Miami establishments are donating funds and supplies to relief efforts — even as they themselves are without power. Here's a list of places where your dollars and donations can help. If you know of an establishment donating funds or collecting supplies, email Laine.email@example.com with information and we will update this list.
Hurricane Irma might be gone, but she left a lot of work for Miami to do. Between cleaning up debris and helping restore power to South Florida, everyone could use a break. Here are some shops and restaurants offering deals and freebies after Irma.
A highly coveted beer from Brasserie-Brouwerij Cantillon will be available to South Floridians for the first time ever when it goes on tap at Laser Wolf in Fort Lauderdale later this month. And if there's one thing we all need after this week of #Irmageddon, it's a good drink. On...
After Hurricane Irma's wrath, we all could use a cold beer...or soda...or a nice bourbon on the rocks. But what if you don't have any ice?Here comes Sedano's to the rescue!
JetBlue is trying to relieve some of the stress of Hurricane Irma by providing a free meal today, The airline is sponsoring a free food truck roundup today at BB&T Center in Sunrise.
Hurricane Irma has left millions of Florida residents without electricity. According to Florida Power and Light, service should be restored to everyone by Sunday. That's the good news. The bad news is that your cell phone is likely useless by now without a charge or WiFi. Show More Summary
Though much of South Florida is run-down with fallen trees, broken power lines and other debris from Hurricane Irma, some restaurants and bars have managed to reopen, pledging to serve hot and fresh-made meals to residents. Others plan to reopen in the next day or so, as soon as curfews...