Like many other cities where foodies tweet all the trends – including where the food trucks roam – mobile eats are big news in Miami
Michell Sanchez, now commonly referred to as Chef M, has been cooking up some of his favorite dishes for family and friends since he was a kid.
Tacos are typical but tortas are totally awesome. Here is a list of the best places to get this little-known Mexican sandwich.
Central Florida-based Darden Restaurants has decided that Red Lobster is no longer in its plans and will look to spin off or sell the brand.
Located in the heart of Miami’s Buena Vista neighborhood, the newest spot in town is The District Miami set in a warm atmosphere with brick walls, leather couches, fun artwork and some industrial touches. The New York meets Miami eatery is actually touted as a cultural taste of the America’s.
Lots of people have October 15th circled on their calendar. Not only is it National Grouch Day (really) it’s also the start of the stone crab harvesting season. That means one of Miami Beach’s most famous eateries, Joe’s Stone Crabs, will re-open their doors Tuesday to serve up the delicious and highly sought after crab claws.
The best places to hear jazz music in South Florida are Blue Jean Blues, the Globe Cafe and Bar, Casablanca Cafe, Jazid, Upstairs at the Van Dyke Cafe.
Whether you’re leaving the club and looking for a quick bite to eat or just up late plotting the next attack on your waist line; South Florida is heaping with choices to satisfy your late night cravings. Affordable prices and chic décor make these restaurants hot spots for after hours dining.
Steak 954 at the W Hotel in Ft. Lauderdale is a hip 240 seat modern steakhouse that first opened its doors in 2009—and has now become a favorite for locals and tourists alike.
Miami is a very Latin-influenced city, with residents originating from many Central and South American countries. It makes sense then that there would be a variety of cuisines brought here – including Brazilian food.