Located in the heart of downtown Miami, CVI.CHE 105 recently expanded. Its modern and crisp interior is reminiscent of a hip South Beach eatery but with a more local feel. True... 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 »
This hip neighborhood spot succeeds for the same reason the team's other two venues (Pubbelly and Pubbelly Sushi) have... 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 »
The style of cooking and presentation here don't fall far from the Doug Rodriguez tree - plantain-crusted mahi-mahi, oxtail stew, crisp croquetas, kooky... More »
Chef Doug Rodriguez first spearheaded Nuevo Latino cuisine at the original Yuca in 1996. By the time he opened OLA (Of Latin America) in 2003, this contemporary... More »
Hialeah has a small but bustling Nicaraguan community that finds the comforts of its homeland at Rincołn Nica, a homey restaurant just minutes away from the Palmetto... More »
Slap some cheese into a tortilla, melt it up, and you have one of the tastiest treats this side of Mexico. At IQ: International Quesadilla Company, you can get... More »
Not to be confused with the chichi eatery in Coral Gables, this La Palma is a no-frills West Miami mainstay. Most Magic City natives know it is the place to get... More »
Mario's Latin Cafe is an irresistible Homestead gem that serves up sizable portions of Latin American goodness and never closes its doors. Whether you're enjoying lunch... More »
In the past couple of years, Miami's food scene has joined the ranks of the nation's greatest dining destinations. The New York Times' Frank Bruni cited the rising Design District, including Michael's Genuine Food & Drink, for its great potential. Bon Appétit named Yardbird Southern Table & Bar among the nation's 50 best new restaurants. And the New York...
In the past five years, the Wynwood Arts District has transformed from an area of warehouses and thrift shops to a mecca of art-centric lounges, bars, and restaurants. Crowds of creative folks and Magic City hipsters now strut around gallery events in vintage-meets-American Apparel — with an added touch of scuffed designer boots and too-skinny-for-this-heat jeans.
Our waiter at the Dome Restaurant & Caviar Bar was well-versed in the establishment's green credentials. He let us know about the LEED Silver certification, that the bar cabinets were forged from coconut palm tree trunks, that the tabletops are compressed recycled paper (he tapped on ours a few times for effect), and that the leather banquettes, mirrored walls, and glitzy metal curtains were...
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