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Five Stories to Make Your Memorial Day the Best Ever

Memorial Day weekend is here and with it comes beach outings, barbecues, brunch, and beer. Here are some stories to help make this weekend the best Memorial Day ever.

South Florida's Female Brewers Are Featured at FemAle Brew Fest

This Memorial Day weekend, some of the leading ladies of the country's craft beer industry will be gathering in Fort Lauderdale for what is being hailed as the nation's first all-female beer fest. On May 28, the local women's advocacy group the Fem Collective will launch its inaugural FemAle Brew Fest, organized by Fem Collective CEO Frances Antonio-Martineau.

Artisan Beach House Serves Rustic Brunch With a Waterfront View

Sunday brunch at Artisan Beach House is special. Maybe it's because the restaurant's bright outdoor patio faces a serene, unobstructed view of the Haulover Cut, with the waves just loud enough to hear as you nosh. Or, maybe it's the thick slices of fresh bread, toasted to just the right crunch and smeared with creamy avocado or light basil and burrata, that do the trick.

I Used An App To Buy Only Ethical Food. It Was Really Hard.

As I walked up to the banana pileup, I knew I was in trouble. Sure, those things are an excellent (and affordable) healthy snack, but they are almost universally sourced from producers with serious ethical issues. Yet I still wanted them. Show More Summary

Mignonette Uptown Embarks on a Cruise Ship Special

Daniel Serfer's latest eatery, Mignonette Uptown, is offering a traditional cruise dinner for under $40.

Miami’s 13 Most Decadent Desserts

You can always start your diet the next day It's a known fact that sweets give us an instant lift and make us happy. Dessert lovers can rejoice at the list we've composed with some of Miami's most decadent desserts for your sweet tooth cravings. Show More Summary

Three Restaurants to Try This Weekend in Miami: Memorial Day Edition

Ideas in eating Need dining inspiration the weekend? Don't fret — Eater Miami is here to help. Each week, the site's editors and contributors select a new group of restaurants and suggest them for various meals throughout the weekend. Show More Summary

A Bellydancing Festival Brings Havana Women an Empowering Experience

Awash in sunlight, around 50 women stand in a circle on the rooftop performance space of Casa Gaia in Old Havana, Cuba. Karen Rodríguez guides them through a series of improvisational movements. Soft spoken and radiant, Rodríguez encourages the participants to walk around freely, dancing and moving as they wish...

Beer Industry Contributes $21.6 Billion to Florida Economy, New Study Shows

Florida loves beer — nearly $22 billion worth of it. That's according to a new economic impact report conducted by the National Beer Wholesalers Association and the Beer Institute released earlier this month that shows that the beer industry has contributed $21.6 billion to Florida in 2016.

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Hamburger House Party, Salty Donut Concrete, FemAle Brew Fest, and Memorial Day

Happy Friday, Miami. Enjoy what's new in town this Memorial Day weekend, including Burger Beast's Hamburger House Party tonight at the Magic City Casino; a performance by Michael Jackson's nephew, Austin Brown, at Bitter Truth; a Shake Shack and Salty Donut collaboration dessert; and a medley of Memorial Day specials.

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend: Comedy, Hamburger House Party, and Best of the Best

Get your bikini top and sparkly spanks ready, Miami - it's the weekend. Whether you feel like watching Elvis become a fabulous drag goddess, consuming your weight in mini burgers, or relaxing through a weekend of reggae, it's all here in this brilliant and short window we call the weekend.

Man Tearfully Reunites With Blind, 20-Year-Old Lost Cat After Months Apart

Raymond McNamara was vacationing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with his cat, Lily, when the unthinkable happened. McNamara and Lily were strolling along together on Feb. 11 when suddenly she disappeared near a construction site, according to WSVN TV. Show More Summary

Eyes on Miami: Eve, Dwyane Wade, Busta Rhymes, 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...

Women-Led Film Collective 1310 Bandits Triumphs in the Year of Kali Mah

Female-lead film production team the 1310 Bandits has seen its fair share of hiccups and triumphs in creating short and feature-length films in South Florida.

The 305 & Havana International Improv Fest Brings Dance Across the Sea

You could say Bistoury’s 305 & Havana International Improv Fest, which debuts this Saturday at Miami Theater Center, has been in the works for almost 20 years. In 1999, Cuban-born choreographer Alexey Taran created the first improvisation festival in Caracas, Venezuela. Taran had already been working with improvisation techniques...

A Clubby European Juice Bar Opens on South Beach

Of course Juice and coffee as entertainment is the thought behind Joe & The Juice, the latest juice, coffee and healthy-ish restaurant to debut in Miami right in the heart of South Beach on 1600 Collins Avenue. The Denmark import — which...Show More Summary

13 Places to Score $1 Oysters in Miami

Oysters can be a good deal. Promise. There's no denying that oysters are delicious. And being the seafood loving town that Miami is, oysters can be found on menus throughout the city, and usually, at sky high prices. If you don't want...Show More Summary

Thanks to Rick Scott, You Won't Be Able to Buy Whiskey at Your Grocery After All

Last month, the Florida state House of Representatives passed Senate bill SB106, which would allow grocers like Publix and retailers like Target to sell liquor in the same space as other items.Dubbed the "Whiskey and Wheaties" bill, or the "Liquor Wall," the bill would let consumers buy booze as easily as they buy cereal. Show More Summary

The Crazy Toston Takes Green Plantains to a New Level

The Crazy Toston combines fried green plantains with delicious Mexican-Venezuelan infused dishes.

The Five Best Sake Programs in Miami

Sake has come a long way and not only in literal terms. In Miami, it’s becoming more and more common to spot at least one bottle of the Japanese beverage some people refer to as "rice wine." From chefs developing their own labels to DJs curating sake collections, sake is becoming as popular as beer in the Magic City.

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