This weekend, the Spillover in Coconut Grove launches its happy hour; Mojo Donuts & Fried Chicken hosts a viewing party for Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives; the Leah Arts District brings back 305 Day with music, food, and cafecitos; and some Miami-area restaurants offer specials to benefit the Stoneman Douglas Victims' Fund.
The Coconut Grove Arts Festival occupies a little over a mile on the waterfront and is filled with family-friendly activities, including an art show with 360 artists in 14 mediums, culinary demonstrations, and live musical and dance performances.
Merry Christmas weekend, Miami. Get in the holiday spirit with a coffee cupping crawl at Panther Coffee, or a festive market at Goombay Plaza in Coconut Grove. Don't forget to make last-minute Christmas dinner reservations, too.
Author Roben Farzad told stories of Miami’s cocaine-fueled past in his recently published Hotel Scarface: Where Cocaine Cowboys Partied and Plotted to Control Miami. The book centers on Coconut Grove’s Mutiny Hotel, Miami’s epicenter of drug dealing and unbridled debauchery in the '80s.
This weekend, an outpost of the Belgian bakery chain Le Pain Quotidien will open in Coconut Grove, the Salty Donut will release limited-edition boozy doughnuts, New Times will host Tacolandia, Jeremiah Bullfrog's P.I.G. 8 will return, and Concrete Beach will launch its seasonal beer, Deck the Walls.
Le Pain Quotidien, the Belgian bakery chain that features fresh, organic breads, opens its first Florida location in Coconut Grove on November 17.
Dogs certainly tug at the heartstrings of many a human, and, on Saturday, some called to report that there was one in distress in Coconut Grove, Florida. Read more...
This weekend, Biscayne Bay Brewing will celebrate its three-year anniversary; the South Beach Seafood Festival returns, Coconut Grove Seafood Festival will return to Miami Marine Stadium; St. Rosh Market will host a preview party at the Broken Shaker; Funky Buddha will release a limited-edition beer, and celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian will host an unlimited stone crab dinner.
The Mutiny at Sailboat Bay was a notorious hotel and club in Coconut Grove that became the nerve center for Miami’s drug culture when the venue opened in 1969. It was there that the city’s lawless cocaine cowboys reigned over an era of unbridled excess heralded by a revival of...
Grovetoberfest returned to Coconut Grove this past Saturday with more than 100 brewers pouring hundreds of beers. The lively event, held in Regatta Park, was a good way for newly opened establishments such as NightLife Brewing Co. and Bousa Brewing Co. to show off their beers alongside South Florida veterans like Concrete Beach and M.I.A. Beer Company.
Coconut Grove's only Peruvian-inspired restaurant, 33 Kitchen, is making its next move. Owners and partners in life Leslie Ames Brachowicz and Sebastian Fernandez are leaving the Grove for Little Havana, where they plan to open another concept in early 2018.
Power’s a loaded word and Miami’s ready to blow its top. Nine days into the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, thousands of residents across Miami-Dade and Broward remain without power. Many locals feel powerless in the face of the brute force of nature, and also Florida Power and Light, the state's...
Sammy Musovic was planning to buy a condo in Miami's Coconut Grove or South Beach at the end of the year, leaving his Manhattan restaurant business to his two sons. But the devastation from Hurricane Irma, fresh on the heels of Hurricane...Show More Summary
One historic site, the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Coconut Grove, did sustain some serious flooding to its basement, café and stores, although the main building and its collections remained safe. A truck arrived on Tuesday to begin pumping out the water from the lower levels. “The good news is there are no art collections […]
The fate of the playhouse remains uncertain. Some locals believe by neglecting the playhouse in terms of hurricane prevention, the damage would lead to a massive downsizing of the venue.
Happy Monday, Miami. This week, Alter's Brad Kilgore hosts Miami's first-ever Michelin on the Road dinner; New Times Sips N Selfies returns to Casa de Montecristo by Prime Cigar & Whiskey Bar; and Taurus in Coconut Grove launches Whisky Wisemen Third Thursdays, where 10 percent of your bar tab will benefit the United Way of Miami-Dade.
Happy Monday, Miami. Enjoy what's new in town this week, including a free blow out at DryBar followed by margaritas at Tacology, "Wine Flight Wednesday" across Coconut Grove, and prix-fixe menus at Eating House and La Leggenda Pizze...
This fall, the MKTplace at Goombay Plaza, a pop-up food and entertainment complex, will open in Coconut Grove on the corner of Grand Avenue and Douglas Road.
Coconut Grove boasts a culinary scene as rich and diverse as its history.
The miang kham at Atchana's Homegrown Thai isn't a lettuce wrap. One of the many small dishes arranged on a large plate holds wrinkly pale-pink dried shrimp. In another are toasted coconut flakes. Yet another bears tiny beige cubes you later learn are bits of ginger and garlic. Even the...