Today we’re taking you on a drive through Coral Gables and Coconut Grove for a day of bubbly brunch, tropical landscapes, and rooftop views.
The New Tropic Creative Studio / August 17, 2017
The Bookstore In The Grove is closing because owner Felice Dubin, like thousands of baby boomers, is retiring. Thousands of Florida small business could be next.
Mario Ariza / May 29, 2017
The churches are the most powerful organization in long marginalized West Grove – and UM’s law school is giving them a megaphone at a critical moment.
[email protected] / January 4, 2017
The King Mango Strut Parade began as a way to help Miami stay positive during some tough times, but now it’s become a way to celebrate all things bizarre about the Magic City.
Dana De Greff / May 30, 2016
It’s hard to figure out how to get started in the sailing scene. Here’s some help.
Ariel Zirulnick / May 22, 2016
Lush, historic, low-key — the Grove is the place to explore when you want to wind down.
[email protected] / May 19, 2016
Get your drink on in Coconut Grove, with everything from brunch mimosas to a glass of whiskey. Being good? There are lemonade icees and great cups o joe.
Sure, the Grove’s got great American fare, but there’s also some bomb Indian, Caribbean, and even barbecue. Come hungry.
Historical preservation and development and gentrification are top of mind in Coconut Grove.
From civil rights activists to restaurateurs, politicians to developers — Coconut Grove attracts all kinds and they’re fiercely proud of their neighborhood.