From the saganaki to the baklava, there’s nothing like a Hellenic feast. Voice Places is the place for Greek cuisine in Miami. Reviews from professional critics and local users, along with easily searchable restaurant listings, make it easy to worship a gyro near you.
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 teeny Mandolin Aegean Bistro is housed in a former 1940s home adorably adorned in blue and white; quaintness fills the air as tangibly as extra-virgin Greek olive... More »
The restaurant takes its name and gathers much of its menu from Fishing Area 31, an ecologically sustainable swath of western central Atlantic Ocean encompassing the coastal waters... More »
This casually chic waterfront grill at Andre Balazs's Standard hotel/spa serves the same menu as the indoor Lido restaurant but in an open-air tropical garden setting with a... More »
This newcomer to the Miami dining scene is located on South Miami Avenue near downtown, but you can call it the old Firehouse Four building. The two-level... More »
The Design District gets a fresh slap of cheap goodness thanks to Lemoni Cafe and its smoothies, veggie-packed salads, and word-of-mouth-hyped paninis. This... More »
This Middle Eastern restaurant in Kendall is not a mirage. It was once a gas station next to the railroad tracks but has been transformed into an outdoor cafe that serves as... More »
If you're a local, you know this place. Awash in shades of blue and white, Mykonos sits on that awkward break on Coral Way right before you get to the Roads. And... More »
Speaking about a restaurant in New York, the great philosopher Yogi Berra once said, "Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded." He could have been talking about Maroosh, a... More »
As you enter the restaurant, you'll pass a wooden cart containing whole snappers displayed atop a bed of shimmering crushed ice. Go for it -- grilled, filleted... More »
"This is what a Greek feast would look like in somebody's home," the exuberant Cypriot waiter exulted. He was surveying the expansive array of mezze spread out on our table at Egg & Dart. We were drinking carafes of the house Greek wine too, which likely lent the layout an added aura of authenticity. Those who opt for quality over genuineness can choose from among some 40 global bottles that...
It's a sliver of a restaurant located in a discreet, classic Mediterranean revival hotel on South Beach. The little dining room of 660 at the Angler's is composed of just 16 seats set on the left side of the hotel entrance. Tables are so close together that one of them is inaccessible to waiters unless diners at two other tables move their seats. Otherwise, though, it's a cozy, peaceful...
Last week, New Times brought you the story of "soupnazi," the Miami superhacker who stole more than 41 million credit card numbers. This week's featured cyber-pirate looks a lot better in midriff-exposing silk — and is a master at dancing the hora.
In 1998, dark-haired and alluring Argentine Aisha Ismail was the first belly dancer at Hollywood Greek restaurant Taverna...
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