The MIAbites Weekly Nibble features upcoming or ongoing food news and events for the next couple of weeks. Here are some of our favorite and unique events to put on your radar for the next weeks.Read More
James Bond would be very happy to know that today, June 19th is National Martini Day. Shaken or Stirred. Vodka or Gin( or both). Straight up or on the rocks. Olives or Lemon twist, Apple, Lychee or Chocolate. There are many many options for the martini lover.Read More
On Saturday, June 1, Drink Miami Hostel and over 50 different brands will take over Freehand Miami from 1 to 5 p.m. The event will take place throughout all three floors, the gardens, courtyards and even 27 Restaurant with top brands showcasing specialty cocktails and special decked out spaces.Read More
Le Chick on NW 24th St in Wynwood has a sleek interior, featuring an open kitchen when you walk in, lots of natural wood, high top tables, mesh details reminiscent of a chicken coop and two huge Big Green Eggs for smoking meats and that rotisserie chicken. The namesake chicken is great, but don’t pass up the burgers and sides!
This edition of MIAbites Weekly Nibble is all about cocktails and fun new happy hour experiences. As always, there’s plenty of fun to be had in Miami and here are a few things we think should be on your radar over the next week.Read More
It’s #ThirstyThursday and tomorrow is National Margarita Day — so let’s talk about where to get your tequila drinking on tomorrow. It seems like every restaurant or bar with tequila will be celebrating, so here’s a list of spots to get you started.Read More
If you’re anything like us, then you probably over-indulged a bit during the holidays. Now that the new year is here, it’s time to pull back just a little. We aren’t going full “new year, new you,” but some of us are taking it easy when it comes to happy hour.Read More
Europe’s most well known hostel brand, has made its way to the States, and more importantly its first location is in Miami. One big difference — Generator Miami is a boutique hotel, not a hostel as 51% of its rooms are private. While it’s not located directly on the sand, Generator Miami is the tropical oasis we didn’t know we needed.Read More
Downtown Miami is making a comeback, especially when it comes to cool spots to stop in and grab a drink. Earlier this year we saw the opening of spots like Mama Tried and Lost Boy Dry Goods. Now there’s a newcomer to the scene, and dare we say — it’s our favorite. If you haven’t made it to Jaguar Sun yet, then you need to add it to your plans immediately.Read More
As you may know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Did you know about 1 in 8 U.S. women (about 12.4%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime? Those are some very scary stats — so please make sure you’re getting checked out annually! In the meantime, restaurants and bars all over Miami are featuring special menu items that donate proceeds to various breast cancer research groups and hospitals in the area.Read More
So many events, so little time! It's Friday and as always, there's plenty to do in the Magic City. Here are a few events, new menus, and happy hour offers that we think are worth checking out! Many of these features have a charity component to them that make that just that much more special. Hope to see you at a few!Read More
It's Mango season in South Florida, and this year the yield seems to be a bumper crop, so MIAbites decided for the rest of the month to feature Mango Monday recipes. Watch for some refreshing and creative ways to enjoy those luscious sweet Florida fruits year round. This week, we're featuring some mango cocktails you can make at home.Read More
Grab your tickets for next weeks Duck Duck Goose Trois, the all- inclusive culinary festival by Miami’s own Chef Jeremiah on Sunday, May, 27 from 3-7 pm at The Anderson. DDG3 brings together South Florida’s top chefs to prepare locally raised and pastured fowl in inventive new ways. It promises to be a star-studded lineup of South Florida's most innovative purveyors of haute cuisine, gourmet street food, craft beer and artisan cocktails.Read More
April 19th is National Amaretto Day. Amaretto is a sweet Italian amber colored liqueur that is often enjoyed as a cordial on the rocks, but can also be used in a variety of cocktails — most notably the Amaretto Sour, who in the last few years has made quite the comeback and was named #22 on Drinks International's list of The World's Best Selling Cocktails in 2018.Read More
One doesn’t really think of Amsterdam as being a food-centric city, now do they? Except maybe when you have the munchies. But on De Clercqstraat, a main street in the Dutch city, sits Rotisserie Amsterdam, a popular casual restaurant featuring fried chicken, rotisserie chicken, ribs, burgers and multiple sides.
Miami Beach is home to several eclectic neighborhoods. One of the most prominent and interesting neighborhoods, South of Fifth, is home to luxury high rise condos, South Pointe Park and almost too many dining options to count in its short five block distance.