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Grandview Public Market Invades West Palm Beach This Fall

50 minutes agoUnited States / Miami : Eater: Miami

Featuring three concepts from the team behind Talde West Palm Beach is getting into the food hall game courtesy fall when Grandview Public Market, the multi-vendor food hall located within the recently developed area known as the “District”...Show More Summary

Where (and When) To Find Half-Priced Wine in Miami

Wine is nice — but half-priced wine, that's even better. That's why Eater Miami rounded up the best places to find half-priced wine served by the bottle all through town and more importantly, which night to find it. Did we miss a favorite spot? Leave it in the comment section below.

Sullivan Street Bakery Brings Its No-Knead Bread to Miami

There was a time in Miami where artisan bread didn't quite exist. However, in the past few years, the Magic City has embraced bakeries like Zak the Baker, True Loaf, Madruga Bakery, and now there's a new baker in town. James Beard Award-winning baker, chef, and author Jim Lahey has opened...

Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival Announces Return and New Line-Up

Last year, Jason Fitzroy Jeffers launched debuted the Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival to a city longing for more diverse art. After its success at O Cinema Wynwood with films like Ayiti Mon Amour, Generation Revolution, and Crumbs, the festival is returning to Miami September 28th to October 1st with...

Award-Winning Venezuelan Chef Carlos Garcia to Open Obra Kitchen Table in Miami

Venezuelan chef Carlos Garcia announced he will be opening a much-anticipated outpost in Miami this fall. Garcia, whose elegant restaurant in Caracas, Alto, has held a coveted spot on Latin America's World’s 50 Best Restaurants list since 2013, says his Brickell restaurant, Obra Kitchen Table, will offer simpler, more humble...

Mais, Haiti's Iconic Staple, Sustains Miami

It's just after 8 a.m. on a weekday when the sun begins pouring into Bakery Café Restaurant (8250 NE Second Ave., Miami; 305-322-6127), a compact place at one end of an orange-stucco strip mall that's topped with a sloping Spanish-tile roof. Inside, 32-year-old Merline Toussaint's day is just beginning. Her...

Miami Ranks Third Most Instagrammed City in the U.S.

Say cheese, Miami. You're probably in somebody's selfie right now. According to a recent study, Miami is one of the most Instagrammed cities in the U.S., ranking third behind New York City in first place, with Los Angeles coming in second. Research conducted by vacation rental search engine Holidu counted...

Essential South Florida Vegetarian Restaurants

No meat here After having a bad rap for years, vegetables are making comeback. Eating vegetarian no longer means boring salad after salad. Today, chefs all over South Florida are creating new vegetable combinations that satisfy any craving from Caribbean, Mexican, to American. Show More Summary

Finka's Eileen and Jonathan Andrade Want to Win Croquetapalooza

Watch out Miami croqueta makers — Eileen and Jonathan Andrade are coming to get you! The brother and sister team behind Finka Table & Tap are on a mission to win this year's Croquetapalooza title with their secret weapon: an arroz con pollo version of Miami's favorite snack. The event,...

Hurricane Andrew Photographer Barry Fellman: "Climate Change Is Scientific Fact"

Twenty-five years ago, Hurricane Andrew struck South Florida. Photographer Barry Fellman will mark the anniversary of the storm with a book of photos he took in its aftermath — and says we're not doing enough to prevent another massive disaster.

Oceans 234 Launches Food Vlog, Don't Fork It Up

Even though she is a savvy and successful entrepreneur, Danielle Rosse, the force behind Oceans 234 knows how to have fun. "I like the saying, 'Don't take yourself too seriously,'" Rosse says, explaining her playful philosophy was the driving force behind the creation of the restaurant's new tongue-in-cheek informational videos...

The Best Free Events in Miami This Week

The next solar eclipse that will be visible from as much of the U.S. as this Monday's event won't occur until 2045, which kind of makes you wonder about the future. Will human's have wiped themselves out in a nuclear holocaust by then? Will Miami officially be under water in almost thirty years? Instead of getting morbid, you can get proactive. Show More Summary

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: From $5 Restaurant Week to Downtown Dadeland Tour

Happy Monday, Miami. This week, food service app DoorDash is sponsoring a $5 delivery-only restaurant week; Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market, Pisco y Nazca, and Bulla Gastrobar will host a food and drink tour in Downtown Doral; and chef Allen Susser returns to Books & Books with a sustainable seafood dinner...

Miami's 17 Essential Brunch Spots, Summer 2017

A round up of Miami's most classic brunch go-tos Love brunch? Better question is — who doesn't? And now there's a go-to guide for Miami's classic brunch spots. Consider this the Eater 38 of the weekend meal as it includes the town's perennial favorites that helped Miami become truly a brunch-loving city. Show More Summary

Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis Preview Menu at Stiltsville Fish Bar in Sunset Harbour

In September, Top Chef alums Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis will open Stiltsville Fish Bar, an upscale seafood shack in Miami Beach's Sunset Harbour. The restaurant's rooftop deck will open in early 2018, a plan that McInnis and Booth got approved by the Miami Beach Planning Board. They haven't announced an...

Take a Look Around Wynwood’s Bright New Miami Inspired Brewery

Veza Sur opens with plenty of unique brews and cocktails by Bar Lab Wynwood’s brewery scene continues to grow, and its latest addition is Veza Sur (55 NW 25th Street), which officially opens its doors to the public tomorrow, August 19. Show More Summary

Eyes on Miami: Alex Rodriguez, Ahol Sniffs Glue, Future and Others

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...

Zucca at Hotel St. Michel Serves Italian Sunday Brunch

Nestled in the heart of downtown Coral Gables is the historic, ivy-covered Hotel St. Michel. In March, an Italian restaurant named Zucca opened inside the boutique inn, modernizing the 1920s-esque space with a swank cocktail bar and a chic dining room. Recently, the restaurant debuted Sunday brunch, featuring a large...

Plnthouse: Fresh, Flavorful Food in a Bright, Airy Atmosphere

It’s hard to imagine a chef whose culinary creations are more aesthetically appealing than Matthew Kenney's. The vegan master is know for nutrient-dense, deliciously fresh dishes with a rainbow-hued aesthetic that makes them ideal fodder for the Instagram-obsessed. His newest eatery, Plnthouse at the 1 Hotel South Beach, is an...

The Ten Best Places in Miami to Watch Mayweather vs. McGregor

Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor, the biggest fight you didn't know you wanted until someone told you it could be a thing, is just days away. The once-retired Mayweather takes on the UFC's biggest star, McGregor, in Las Vegas on August 26 in a fight that is all but guaranteed...

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