Taste Of The Town
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.
Serving a menu of traditional, south of the border favorites as well as some eclectic tacos, Huahua’s Taqueria has become “the place” for locals to get a fast and tasty bite from this innovative taco shop.
This week Taste of the Town goes inside the kitchen of one of South Beach’s hottest eateries – Catch Miami at the James Royal Palm.
It’s a throwback to Old Glory, with a modern twist at American Social on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.
When you step into Tap 42, you just might think you’re in the heart of Boston, or even Seattle, when you first walk into the charming gastro pub off Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.
Cascata Grill inside Turnberry Isle Miami has a scenic and relaxed atmosphere with an 18-hole golf course view, and the menu is Mediterranean-inspired with an island flare.
Life’s a beach at the all new Atlantic Surf Club, which overlooks the ocean in Fort Lauderdale. The laid back yet elegant eatery, which opened this summer, is a picture perfect postcard of the sand and surf.
Whether you’re trying the latest dishes on the menu at the original Pubbelly, or at their uber popular Pubbelly Sushi, or perhaps visiting the meaty PB Steak, you know you’re sitting at a booming food franchise as it’s one of Miami’s fastest growing restaurant empires.
There’s a good reason to go out to eat for dinner. In this week’s edition of Taste of the Town, CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo introduces you to an spectacular spot in Sunny Isles called Alba Seaside, located on the second floor of Sole on the Ocean.
It’s the ultimate in comfort food at the Daily Melt in Midtown—a favorite of loyal customers who’ve been coming to the quick dining spot ever since it opened six months ago.