Taste Of The Town
Among a South Florida oasis of time gone by is the treasured Vizcaya Café and Gift Shop in the historic Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.
Just two steps off Lincoln Road on Miami Beach sits Oolite: a 7,000 square foot restaurant featuring everything that’s says Florida.
It’s all about the small plates at Cleo, a new Mediterranean restaurant at the Redbury Miami Beach.
Eat and energize. That’s the Freshii motto. It’s fast food that’s good for you .
It’s lunch among the lily pads at The Botanical Gardens just across the street from the Miami Beach Convention Center. Michelle Bernstein, Miami’s celebrated chef, is the official caterer and chef of Art Basel.
To get acquainted with the food and feel of Moye, just off Brickell Avenue in Miami, you have to know the region of Italy of which the concept is based – Puglia or as they say Apulian cuisine.
The Beach Bar at the Newport Pier in Sunny Isles is a place where you can savor surf, sand and sumptuous food.
Smack in the center of South Beach is a new restaurant that makes diners feel like they’re a world away. In this week’s Taste of the Town, CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo samples Babylon’s authentic Turkish food and its ambience.
Walking into Edge Steak and Bar at The Four Seasons on Brickell, 4 stories above the bustling city, one can’t help but feel the relaxed vibe.
The all new L’echon Brasserie is the newest eatery by the trio who created the originally Pubbelly Restaurant group, which is where CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo first met Executive Chef Josh Elliott for a previous Taste of the Town.