5 Spice Menus to Check Out Before the End of September

You’ve got two more weeks to dine like royalty. Make it count. Los Fuegos Kitchen Prep The annual restaurant extravaganza known as Miami Spice is quickly coming a close, so we’ve gathered our top picks for the best Spice menus in town. From celebrity chefs to neighborhood spots, there’s plenty to keep even the most discerning foodie happy. Los Fuegos ... Read More »

Places with the Whole Package

If a fully tantalizing experience is what you’re looking for, check out these all-inclusive specials from the crème de la crème: The Seventh Annual South Beach Seafood Festival Are you ready to put your toes in the sand, get a cocktail in your hand, and enjoy some of the best seafood in Miami? This fall, the South Beach Seafood Festival ... Read More »

South Beach Seafood Festival 2019

What better way to kick off the world-renowned stone crab season than with the fastest growing seafood festival in Miami Beach? With your toes in the sand and seafood at your hands, kick off the season in style – South Beach style, that is, by attending the 7th annual South Beach Seafood Festival.  From October 22 to 26, the event ... Read More »

3 Reasons to Check Out Isabelle’s in the Grove

And it’s not just the delicious Italian fare either … LDV Hospitality, the team behind Dolce and Regent Cocktail Club, has transformed the restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove into Isabelle’s Grill Room and Garden {3300 Southwest 27th Avenue, Miami; 305.400.0562}, bringing some South Beach swagger to the posh hotel. The kitchen is helmed by Executive Chef Abel Veulens. The ... Read More »

Amare Ristorante Debuts in South Beach, Showcasing the Flavors & Spirit of the Amalfi Coast

South of Fifth’s Italian newcomer tempts with fresh pasta and a gorgeous courtyard Finding a good Italian restaurant is not necessarily difficult. But finding a good Italian restaurant where the waiter may entertain during a quiet interlude by belting out an Italian aria—that is increasingly hard to find. Which is why Amare, the handsome Italian newcomer in South of Fifth ... Read More »

Riviera: a true Italian in Midtown Miami

Riviera Focacceria Italiana

In the heart of Midtown Miami, Riviera Focacceria Italiana transports guests to rustic Northern Italy with authentic décor and the captivating aroma of Mediterranean fare. One step in, and you won’t be able to resist sitting down. The friendly staff will help you settle in at your table, extending warm hospitality that sees you through until the end—no matter how ... Read More »

25 Things We Love About Dining Out in Miami

In no particular order… 1. Keeping Up with Chef Chan of MR CHOW Located at the W Hotel South Beach, MR CHOW has been a dining staple among celebrities and local foodies alike since 2009, taking authentic Chinese cuisine to gourmet heights. Since the restaurant’s opening, the kitchen has been spearheaded by Executive Chef Hing Fung Matt Chan, who every ... Read More »

4 Cocktails Worth A Sip This Season In Miami

Try your hand at these summery sips… Miami Beach St-GermainFrom Lobster Bar Sea Grille In a glass, combine 1-1/2 ounces St-Germain and 2 ounces Champagne. Then top it off with 2 ounces soda water and stir with a barspoon. Garnish with a lemon twist. Jazz FestFrom Gérard Bertrand In a pot over low heat, pour a bottle of Gérard Bertrand ... Read More »

4 Delicious Recipes From Miami’s Top Restaurants

Their recipes, your kitchen… Linguine with Citrus Pesto and ShrimpFrom Riviera Focacceria ItalianaServes 2 INGREDIENTS 7 oz linguine pasta 4 Tbsp coarse marine salt 2 oz pistachios lemon zest, medium-sized lemon 1 medium-sized orange 1 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil pinch of salt10 large shrimp, deveined and peeled1 garlic clovepink peppercorns METHOD In a large pot, boil pasta in water. ... Read More »

Chefs Corner: Kitchen Hacks from Seasoned Miami Chefs

Seasoned Miami chefs share their favorite kitchen hacks for the at-home chef VIJAYUDU VEENAEXECUTIVE CHEF AT JAYA AT THE SETAIYEARS COOKING: 15 YEARSA spice grinder is not just for spices—you can make purées, sauces, salad dressings, marinades, and chop garlic or onion coarsely. I also like to dry roast my spices and then grind them in the grinder, then place ... Read More »

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