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The Five Most Interesting Restaurants to Open in Miami in April 2017

Miami saw many interesting restaurants and eateries open in April 2017. From a new brewery to a proper deli to a place to get freshly baked cookies, here are the tastiest new places to check out.

Pawn Broker's Andre Chirinos on Making the Perfect Brunch Cocktail

A key ingredient of any successful brunch is a bubbly cocktail. You know, something light and fizzy with a noticeable oomph. Sometimes that means a bacon strip and a dash of Tabasco sauce, and other times heavy champagne and pulp-filled OJ does the trick.

CMX Dine-In Movie Theater Opens at Brickell City Centre

CMX, the newly opened dine-in movie theatre in Brickell City Centre offers gourmet food options.

Running with Raven Tells the Story of Miami Beach's Famous Runner

He’s run eight miles every day starting at the Fifth Street lifeguard stand on South Beach since January 1st, 1975. He’s never owned a passport. He’s never had a driver’s license. He’s never even been on an airplane. Does he have any regrets? No way. His name is Robert “Raven”...

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Monkitail, Candy Expo, and Matthew Kenney

Happy Friday, Miami. Enjoy what's new in town, from Monkitail's opening at the Diplomat Beach Resort and the SoFlo Cake & Candy Expo, to bread with Matthew Kenney and barks brews and BBQ at Ms. Cheezious. Monkitail Opens at the Diplomat Beach Resort Monkitail, created by Philadelphia-based chef and restaurateur Michael Schulson,...

Miami Named One of the Top Ten Vegan Cities in the U.S.

It's official — Miami has been named one of the nation's top ten vegan cities. The honor comes from VegNews, the biggest veg publication in the United States, and it's a first. A free celebration is in the works, dubbed Vegan Day. Parties will kick off at two Whole Foods...

Cinco de Mayo 2017: Where to Eat, Drink and Party in Miami

Ole! With Cinco de Mayo just days away, it’s time to get your fiesta game plan in order. Whether you want a low-key night of tacos and margaritas – and there are some excellent places to find them in Miami here and here — or looking to rock your sombrero until the wee hours morning, we’ve got the best Cinco de Mayo fiestas for every mood.

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Monkitail Opening, Solo Cake & Candy Expo, and Bread with Matthew Kenney

Happy Friday, Miami. Enjoy what's new in town, from Monkitail's opening at the Diplomat Beach Resort and the SoFlo Cake & Candy Expo, to bread with Matthew Kenney and barks brews and BBQ at Ms. Cheezious. Monkitail Opens at the Diplomat Beach Resort Monkitail, created by Philadelphia-based chef and restaurateur Michael Schulson,...

Natalie White, Former Model for Male Artists, Takes Control of the Camera

In the age of the self-centered selfie, Natalie White’s self-portrait nudes are anything but. The muse to many art and fashion luminaries has turned the camera lens on herself in "A Muse Me," a solo exhibit at Bill Brady Miami through May 13 featuring 14 large format (20 x 24”) Polaroids created with the same 1978 kit as self-portraiture pioneers Andy Warhol and Chuck Close.

New Orleans-Based Food Hall St. Roch Market Is Coming To The Design District

A modern food hall from the Big Easy is coming to Miami’s Design District. The new St. Roch Market food hall will take its inspiration from the New Orleans flagship, which operated for more than 140 years until Hurricane Katrina forced it to shut down. Since reopening in 2015 under...

For Local Feminist Group Miami Grrrl, the Personal Is Political

Audrey Aradanas and Evelyne Zapata are going to change things. That’s their goal, anyway. The two FIU grads are the founders of Miami Grrrl, an intersectional, anti-capitalist feminist collective that puts out a semi-monthly podcast – called Grrrl Uninterrupted – and takes part in various feminist events across the city...

A Sneak Peak Into Michael Schulson's Monkitail, Opening Friday at the Diplomat Beach Resort

Monkitail, created by Philadelphia-based chef and restaurateur Michael Schulson, opens to the public tomorrow, Friday, April 28. The eatery's debut brings a contemporary izakaya — or Japanese gastropub — with sharable small plates and sushi, as well as an array of specialty cocktails and sake, to Hollywood's Diplomat Resort. "Living...

Little Havana Institution Morro Castle Sells Property, Looks to Move West

Morro Castle, one of Little Havana's oldest, best, and most beloved frita spots, will close its doors sometime in the coming months, says owner Alberto Villalobos, who sold the property last month. But don't fret. Villalobos said he's looking to relocate the beloved cafeteria at 2500 NW Seventh St. further west in...

Tacos in Miami: 19 To Try Now

Let's tacoboutit Tacos are certainly having their moment in Miami. While we have several newcomers open in recent months there are still plenty of hole-in-the-wall spots that have been around for years, it's almost hard to keep track. So...Show More Summary

Eyes on Miami: Hassan Whiteside, Grandmaster Flash, and Floyd Mayweather

It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with WorldRedEye, New Times...

Lobster Bar Sea Grille's Pano Karatassos on Why 48 Hours From Dock to Plate Is Crucial

When it comes to seafood, freshness distinguishes restaurant successes from horror stories, and Buckhead Life Group’s Executive Chef, Pano I. Karatassos, the man behind Miami Beach’s newest seafood house, knows it well. Lobster Bar Sea...Show More Summary

Billy Corben on the Five Best Things to Eat at Waffle House

This past Christmas, after Waffle House debuted its black gift card, the popular restaurant firm's CEO, Walt Ehmer, sent Florida born, Miami-raised Billy Corben a $250 example. Soon, Corben will be able to use that card at the first Waffle House in Miami-Dade County, which the company announced will...

Suicide Girls Bring Star Wars and David Bowie-Themed Burlesque to South Florida

Showing skin in South Florida is no big thing, so pretty girls in pasties may go unnoticed. That probably won’t happen when Blackheart Burlesque hits Fort Lauderdale on May 4 to shake things up during a 60 city U.S. tour.

Michael Solomonov’s Hummus Shop, Dizengoff, is Heading to Wynwood

Right next door to soon-to-be-open location of Federal Donuts Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov and his partner Steve Cook just can’t seem to get enough of Miami — and this is before their first restaurant has even debuted in theShow More Summary

Primary Projects Co-Founder, Wynwood Mural Pioneer Chris Oh Dead At 35

Long before Wynwood became a mecca for selfie-snapping tourists, microbreweries and international retailers, Chris Oh was there turning blank warehouse walls into art. Oh was a pioneer of Miami's street mural scene. He started Culture Kings, an influential Design District boutique, and co-founded the Primary Projects art gallery. Oh died...

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