The River opened downtown in 2003, but because of the wear-and-tear of constant business, it looks as though it's always been there. A long row of French... More »
Quinn's makes no bones about it: The ocean rules the menu. Although a 20-ounce blackened bone-in rib eye steak and herb-crusted New Zealand lamb chops are not to be overlooked, it's... More »
Monty's has been an institution in the 305 for as long as most locals can remember. It once dominated the chi-chi restaurant scene but then lost its luster after real... More »
There are a few types of restaurants that are virtually impossible to find here in Miami-Dade County, including: (1) a Chinese restaurant featuring a tank filled with... More »
When we heard Miami was finally getting its own roller derby league, we breathed a sigh of relief. No more expensive gas bills. No more road trips to Broward. No more searching for a rink among strip malls in the middle of nowhere. Finally, this town has a derby to call its own. The Vice City Rollers will represent the 305 with their first-ever game this month. There is some bad...
Miami has an abundance of neighborhoods and restaurants, but it doesn't have a whole lot of neighborhood restaurants. At least not in the true sense, meaning an establishment where prices are affordable enough, the ambiance low-key enough, and the food approachable enough to draw locals on a semiregular basis. Where the barstools are occupied by an energetic crowd of said locals meeting...
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When chef Andrea Curto-Randazzo took over the kitchen at the massive Water Club this past May, she had just completed her stint as a contestant on season seven of the frighteningly popular reality show Top Chef. She was also still...
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