(14 posts)

Miami Grime: A tour of beloved Miami dive bars

Sometimes what the spirit needs is just a good old watering hole to seek refuge. No frills. No bullshit. And no $13 drinks that take an hour to make and burn a hole in your pocket faster than you can say “Cheers!” Join local Paula Echevarria on a tour of some beloved Miami dive bars.

Drink / July 1, 2021

When a designer and a referee open a restaurant

Marcela Rodriguez and Marcela Garrahan forgot to care that as an interior designer and a polo referee, they had no idea how to run a restaurant. Good thing, because Loui is delicious.

Food / June 14, 2016

Here’s where you should eat during Coral Gables Restaurant Week

There are 41 spots getting in on Coral Gables Restaurant Week this year and only so many meals in a day. Here’s some help making up your mind.

Food / June 6, 2016

From the FINKA to your table

Welcome to FINKA. It takes a special kind of bold to launch a new restaurant challenging the status quo somewhere besides Miami’s hot spots.

Food / August 10, 2015

Mr. and Mrs. Buns

Mr. & Mrs. Buns: Deliciously Ever After

Instead of throwing a wedding, they opened a sandwich shop, and they lived deliciously ever after. Meet Mr. & Mrs. Buns.

Food / July 29, 2015

Villa Vizcaya

Welcome to Coconut Grove

Miami’s oldest neighborhood has so much going on. Let’s explore Coconut Grove. Find out where to eat, where to drink, and the history behind its most iconic local treasures.

Coconut Grove / July 13, 2015

Lulu’s Ice Cream: The scoop on a Miami entrepreneur

Luisa “Lulu” Santos, a 24-year-old entrepreneur, came home to Miami to start her ice cream business. From lychees to leche, find out how Lulu’s is bringing local flavor to your sweet summer treats.

Food / May 27, 2015

Jose Mallea’s journey through politics and pilsner

Who says beer and politics don’t mix? Miami’s own Jose Mallea is the founder of Biscayne Bay Brewing Company and Hispanic outreach strategy adviser for likely presidential candidate Jeb Bush. Learn how politics and craft beer have created his unique career.

Business / May 14, 2015

Where to do Cinco de Mayo in Miami, now with real tacos

Cinco de Mayo in Miami has often been a Mexican celebration in name and tequila only, but after years of struggle, Miami’s taco game is finally getting on-point. Take a trip today to some of our favorite taquerias and dig into some more authentic and delicious fare along with the traditional drink specials for your fiesta.

Food / May 5, 2015

The Federal’s cure for crawfish cravings

There’s a lot of overlap between Miami and New Orleans, but crawfish, the Crescent City’s most beloved dish, is notably absent from many Miami menus — except for Wednesdays at The Federal. Find out why and how Miami’s favorite spot for a little Southern hospitality with a touch of Latin flair offers traditional and fresh takes on the classic Cajun crustacean.

Food / April 22, 2015