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Miami's premier upscale foodie emporium displays an impressive array of reasonably priced, decently flavorful meals to go, freshly made or frozen. Skip the... More »
The shelves are stocked to the gills with import market goods from South America, the display cases stuffed with assertively colored desserts of every stripe, and the... More »
Panera is nothing like Burger King, KFC, Taco Bell, or any of those old-style chains that are ever-so-slowly sliding into obsolescence. This national bakery shares more in... More »
Reasonable prices, authentic light French cafe fare, a chic rustic atmosphere, and, above all, baked goods made with traditional artisan methods make this first outpost of... More »
Whenever some young, enterprising chef chooses to tamper with food basics, he or she runs the risk of popular revolt. And often the result is total... More »
Okay, so the Rice Krispies bars are really good, but there are other good reasons to visit this bakery cafe, one being the "bake" part. You can buy just some housemade... More »
Admittedly, Miami is a bit behind the cupcake craze that swept New York and Los Angeles, oh, six or seven years ago. The market was ripe for a clever cupcake entrepreneur to... More »
This Argentine cafe is simply too good to have remained a secret. Generally speaking, if a bakery isn't crowded, it isn't worth going to, so get in... More »
There is a secret to serving good coffee that goes beyond the beans, the roast, and the water. Here it is: temperature. And those comical, corporate Einstein Bros. have... More »
The sweet smell of cakes a-bakin' tickles your nose way before you step into Mary Ann Bakery, and you'd have to be subhuman to resist the urge to walk into this unassuming... More »
It's a Thursday afternoon in early November, and a cold front has triggered swells off South Pointe Drive. Two tanned teenagers, wearing black wetsuits and carrying bulky surfboards, saunter across the tony street, past the bustling F1RST Surf Shop, and to the breezy shore. The air smells like sunblock and the ocean.
This is the scene outside Lee & Marie's Cakery Company. Inside are...
It was nearly 10 o'clock on a Friday evening when Amir Ben-Zion strolled past the double doors of his new Design District eatery, South Street. Head cleanly shaven and dressed in distressed jeans, the 50-year-old sauntered by an expansive leather booth where Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union were tweeting about their meal, past busy waiters wearing plaid trilby hats and suspenders, and...
Less than a decade ago, Miami had arguably the worst dining scene of any famous city in America. If you wanted a great meal back then, you were better off heading to Ohio. (Seriously, Cincinnati had much better chefs.) But our restaurant fortunes soon began to rise. New Times' year-end wrapup in 2008 concluded Miami had reached "the big league of American food cities."
OMG! Amazing. Whether you want a shrimp po' boy (my favorite!) or some traditional New Orleans rumcake - this place will serve it up beyond your expectations! My husband had the fried chicken po' boy and we shared some gumbo. Deelish! I was taken back to NOLA with the first taste! Seriously, do yourself a favor and check out them... they weren't voted Miami...Read Full Review
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