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The Pubbelly Boys' Habitat at the 1 Hotel South Beach Shows They Don't Give Up Easily

A generous slice of salmon is cooked sous vide and flash-heated for a minute inside a wood-fired oven. The fish is heavily coated in a crunchy everything-bagel seasoning and then perched on a plate of the French white cheese fromage blanc, smeared in the shape of a half-moon. A tangy...

How Costume Designer Mark Bridges Created Phantom Thread''s Fashions

In the latest movie by Paul Thomas Anderson, Phantom Thread, Daniel Day Lewis plays Reynolds Woodcock, a dress designer in ‘50s era London. As you might guess, the film’s costume designer is especially important for such a movie. Mark Bridges, who has worked with Anderson since the director’s first movie...

Miami Beer Festival Returns to Marlins Park

Miami's first brew fest of the year is coming to Marlins Park this weekend.  The sixth annual Miami Beer Festival takes place Saturday, January 20th from 6 to 9 p.m. at Marlins Park Plaza, with a host of breweries serving up beers for a good cause.

Dear Coastal States: Yes, Florida's Beaches Are Better Than Yours

There's nothing wrong when other states say they're proud of their beaches or that they want to protect them from the dangers of offshore drilling. But when they start saying their beaches are the same as Florida's beaches and saying...Show More Summary

Hank & Harry's Opens in Aventura Mall This Week

Miami Beach's Hank & Harry's Deli, a New York-style delicatessen founded by local restaurateurs Buzzy Sklar and Richard Booth, will bring corned beef and pastrami to the Aventura Mall this week. Opening Friday, January 19, the space is located inside the mall's new Treats Food Hall. Show More Summary

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Scotch Dinner, Free Pizza, and S'mores Cocktails

This week, Brimstone in Doral will host a scotch pairing dinner, Blackbird Ordinary will offer free pizza on Thursday night, and the Salty Donut's sticky-bun collab will continue through the week.

The Best Free Events in Miami This Week

For starters, Women's March Florida observes one year since the landmark Women's March on Washington with Power to the Polls: A Miami Day of Action at Mana Wynwood. If you're looking for live music there are plenty of local shows toShow More Summary

Five Miami Bars to Check Out This Weekend

It's Saturday, and there's a long weekend ahead. The only problem is that you and your friends are bored with the same bars and clubs. Why not try something new? From dancing with drag queens to drinking North Korea's "official" beer made in Miami, here are five places to drink that are anything but boring. Cheers!

Michelin-Starred Sushi Azabu to Open January 19 in Miami Beach

After months of delay, Sushi Azabu, a Michelin-starred concept based in New York, has finally set an opening date. Inside the Stanton South Beach, the restaurant will debut Friday, January 19 with a hidden sushi counter, a formal dining room, and a snazzy cocktail bar.

Yardbird's Long-Running Southern Brunch Continues to Deliver

At Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, weekends are particularly busy. For eight hours on Saturday and Sunday, the restaurant, which first debuted in 2011, serves comfort food items, from biscuits and fried chicken to mac 'n' cheese and fried tomatoes. It's one of the longest-running brunches in South Beach, in...

Outlandish "Gay-ish" Series Brings John Waters, Jackie Hoffman to Fort Lauderdale

Outlandish, which debuted last year, consists of six live acts that are iconic in the LGBTQ community. The performance series, which runs from January 20th to March 17th, takes place at the Sunshine Cathedral in Fort Lauderdale.

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

Strap in for a busy weekend and choose wisely, because there simply won't be enough time to hop around to all the great festivals happening in Miami this weekend. For the film and cosplay inclined there's the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival and Paradise City Comic Con, happening all...

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Sticky-Bun Doughnuts and Unicorn Ice Cream

This weekend, unicorn ice cream debuts at Taiyaki inside 1-800-Lucky; the Salty Donut revives its legendary sticky-bun doughnut collaboration with Knaus Berry Farm; and Bal Harbour hosts the inaugural Ice Cream We Love Festival. Unicorn Ice Cream at Taiyaki Inside 1-800-Lucky. Taiyaki, famous for its fish-shaped cones and exotic flavored ice...

Melinda's at Electric Pickle Offers Nachos and Mezcal

If you're Jonesing for some nachos, seek out the friendly mermaid waving you a greeting at Melinda's, housed in the bottom floor of the Electric Pickle. A partnership between chef Matt Mckean and entrepreneur Will Renuart, the brasserie opened in December and specializes in artisanal mezcals and nachos.

Take a Look Around Michael Schwartz’s New Waterfront Stunner

Amara at Paraiso officially opens its doors tonight After seemingly years of waiting, tonight chef Michael Schwartz debuts his latest restaurant, Amara at Paraiso (3101 NE 7th Avenue). Located directly on Biscayne Bay the restaurantShow More Summary

Racket Opens in Wynwood With Two Bar Concepts

Nestled between Gramps and J Wakefield lies the newest place to get well-made cocktails in Wynwood. The brainchild of Home Cookin' Hospitality Group, better known for Foxhole and Drunken Dragon, Racket houses two variant bars under one roof, each offering a unique setting and libation experience.

Eyes on Miami: Polo World Cup, Cam'ron, Zoey Dollaz, and More

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...

Sunny Poke Opens in Sunset Harbour

There's a new restaurant in Miami Beach's Sunset Harbour neighborhood. It's called Sunny Poke. Created by Sunny Oh, chef and owner of popular spots like Juvia and Sushi Garage, the small spot churns out granola bowls in the morning and traditional poke bowls mixed with vegetables, seasonings, and sauces in the afternoon.

MOAD's Performance Series Kicks Off With Karen Finley's Edgy Look At Politics

The time seems right for Karen Finley to be visiting Miami, to be performing in the black box space of the Miami Light Project at the Goldman Warehouse, and to present her latest performance-art manifesto about the current political landscape, Unicorn Gratitude Mystery. In the show, which she began developing...

I Mom So Hard Brings Honest Mommy Humor to Hollywood

The internet has been a boon to modern moms in a lot of ways. It has provided stay-at-home moms with contact and communication with the outside world. It's practically created the work-at-home mom. And, just as importantly, it's given moms a way to vent, to get real — often with...

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