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Chef/owner Scott Fredel long ago mapped out the mission for his Aventura venue: "To show that a restaurant can be friendly and affordable without sacrificing creativity, style, and... More »
Whisk Gourmet Food & Catering is warm and welcoming, with a clean and uncomplicated decor. A one-page menu echoes the comfort level via familiar and popular... More »
You know Joe's by now. You know about the storied history, the gloriously sweet stone crabs, the notorious wait to get in. Often overlooked are its consistently... More »
Owners Tim Andriola and Rodrigo Martinez are, respectively, chef and general manager, and both are talented at what they do. This place is consistent -- consistently... More »
The true test of a great dining establishment isn't how impressive it is when it first opens or even a year later but whether the quality level of food and service can be kept... More »
Locals flock to this eatery for creative and distinctive food and drinks in a relaxed and rustic setting. The Federal's distinctiveness cannot be... More »
Jimmy'z 50-seat interior, viewable from the street through floor-to-ceiling windows, beckons with an urban-industrial appeal electrified by orange walls and other... More »
1500 Degrees in the renovated Eden Roc dubs its menu "farm-to-table eating, with a heavy steakhouse sensibility." That's as accurate a self-description as you'll... More »
Everything about the place is smart, starting with the lofty, industrial, urban-chic decor that bespeaks big city, late night, youth, energy, and fun. Comestibles are categorized... More »
Chef Vince Tien uses fresh ingredients from American farms (occasionally local) to fashion a modern-day gastropub menu. The 50-seater has the comfortable feel... More »
Stage hypnotist Rich Guzzi has learned to expect the unexpected. In one memorable performance, he instructed 15 hypnotized audience volunteers to compose and perform a rap song onstage — in Chinese. One by one, they shed their inhibitions and freestyled vaguely Oriental gibberish, at the cultural expense of any unfortunate Chinese who happened to be attending the...
If mom is a foodie, drive her to the Dutch (2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach), where she can dig into a mouthwatering three-course brunch, complete with champagne and bloody marys. Think warm potato latkes with smoked salmon, soft poached eggs with a homemade biscuit and blue crab, and an undoubtedly decadent dessert. Brunch runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and costs $80 per adult and $45 per...
The waitress at George's Kitchen is not clumsy. She might spill yuzu on your shirt, splash water near your cup, and drop a knife on the floor. But under no circumstances should she be considered a klutz.
When you sit at the bar of this upscale midtown locale, which debuted in January, you can...
On the night of January 19th, I got assaulted by George Eric Farge, manager & owner of George's Kitchen in midtown on North Miami Avenue and 38th street in Miami, FL. After expressing to him that I felt discontent with the snobby service & mediocre food and it would be reviewed on my blog he pushed me and said "i will destroy you" if you do that. When I...Read Full Review
I absolutely love everything I have ordered here! And the beer selection was great.Read Full Review
we stay at Marseilles hotel for a fews days and thanks to Chef Vincent and his staff we ad a best stay on South beach ever his BBQ on the beach his the only place to be on afternoon he got the pool party and beautifull girls . morning we got a splendide breakfast on Collins.. will be back soon AAARead Full Review
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