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Serving Up Timeless Tradition

These classic Miami staples are ageless in their recipes, process, and atmosphere Tasty Traditions at Old Lisbon In Portugal, they say there are 365 recipes using bacalhau; one recipe for each day of the year. If you’re unfamiliar with bacalhau, it’s codfish that’s dried and salted and considered an absolute staple at most Portuguese dinner tables—and one that is rare ... Read More »

25 Things We Love About Dining Out in Miami: World Cuisines Edition

GK Bistronomie

1. Eating Dirt Never Tasted So Good 2. Focaccia col Formaggio at Riviera Focacceria Italiana Located at the Shops at Midtown Miami, Riviera Focacceria Italiana may very well be Miami’s only Italian restaurant serving up authentic cuisine from Liguria, a crescent-shaped coastal region in northwest Italy that’s known for its focaccia (hence the restaurant’s name). But you haven’t really experienced this ... Read More »

New in Town

Tokyo Blue

Tuyo {415 Northeast Second Avenue; 305.237.3200} Tuyo’s new executive chef, Victor Santos, has big shoes to fill, but the bright, young Brazilian-native has two things going for him with a culinary school degree and a hefty amount of experience in fine-dining restaurants under his belt. On where he’s taking Tuyo’s cuisine, Chef Victor Santos says, “We want to separate ourselves ... Read More »

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