Sushi by Bou, is the newly opened 14-17 course Omakase experience that has taken residence up in the Gianni Suite at the much-storied Versace Mansion. A concept that originated in New York City in midtown, Sushi by Bou created by Michael Sinensky and Erika London's company Simple Venue and partner sushi chef David Bouhadana.Read More
One of our favorite renovation projects in Miami has been The Vagabond Hotel. Built in the 1950’s The Vagabond on 72nd and Biscayne was one of the more than dozen mid-century modern motels that lined Biscayne Blvd. Now, The Vagabond is home to Vagabond Village, a F&B and lifestyle concept that is the brainchild of Amir Ben Zion of Bond St, Miss Yip, Bardot and Gigi.Read More
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.
Many people still think of Miami Beach as the bright lights and art deco buildings along Ocean Drive, or the luxury hotels along Collins Ave. Yes, there are many many restaurants up and down Ocean and Collins, but sometimes just a block or two off these main streets some of the best dining can be found.Read More
Deep within Wynwood there is a hidden spot named Crudos. For a small shop that can be easily missed at first glance, they have truly genuine and amazing food coming out of it. I went in for a fusion meal and left speechless at the attention to detail they put in every dish. Art is in the name, and this place rightfully deserves it, this is Crudos Fusion Art.Read More
Earls Kitchen + Bar in Dadeland Mall invited us in to have a taste of their light and fresh summer dishes. We were fans already, but now we might just become regulars.
The evening stated with a lighter flare, the Quinoa and Avocado Powerbowl is dressed to the T. It's made with roasted squash, beet, pumpkin seeds, and crispy chickpeas — all contrasting beautifully with hues of green — and then dressing making this a fantastic summer salad.Read More
Summers in Miami call for refreshing new menus. And so we were excited to be invited to get a first taste of what Chef Sunny Oh of Sushi Garage had created for Summer 2017.
It is called Sushi, Sake & Sunny and it is meant for two to share. Priced at $70 for two, bring your best foodie friend for the ride.
We sat a few tables across from the open kitchen and quickly reviewed the tasting menu. The clean contemporary lines in the room’s décor complemented the items on the menu.Read More