It may be Taco Tuesday, but Sunday Brunch is still on our minds. For that one day a week we forget to set our clocks and wake up to the sweet smell of Brunch. Now there is a new scent wafting through Miami at Cantina la Veinte, where all the buzz is surrounding their new Mexican-style buffet.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
At last November’s March of Dimes charity benefit, my husband was the lucky winning bidder for a day out on the high seas fishing with celebrated South Florida chef and restaurateur, Richard Hales, of Sakaya Kitchen, Blackbrick, Dim Ssäm à gogo and Bird & Bone restaurant.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.
1 800 Lucky is one of those openings that Miami food lovers still like to talk about incessantly.
From the minute the doors opened, the lines to get in the hip Asian themed food hall and then once inside, the lines to get food, became almost legendary. Bestselling items SOLD OUT by 8 pm. The word on the street became, "Don't go after sunset, if you want to get in!".
Spring in Miami is here and getting that bikini body in shape requires some healthy eating choices. So, let the healthy eating begin at these Miami places, feel better and even maybe lose some of those extra pounds.
Living in today’s digital age, much of our work day can take place remotely. It’s a nice change of pace when you don’t have to sit in an office every day and can bounce around until you find a spot that feels right and gets your creative juices (or just plain focus) flowing.
On the day before the James Beard Foundation announced its finalists for the coveted “Oscars of Culinary” James Beard Awards, four of the six South Florida semifinalists treated a small group of local journalists and food bloggers to a sample of what makes these chefs so special and recognized by this renowned culinary organization.
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
After Hurricane Irma, Chef Michael Pirolo took to social media to update us on his reopening of Miami Beach favorite, Macchialina. Fortunate to regain power quickly, once he was able to obtain fresh eggs, he began by offering $10 pasta every night knowing that for many this was the only hot meal they could get.
Sometimes in our frenzy to visit the newest and most buzzed about restaurant in Miami, we forget about the places that have stood the test of time and still offer good food, good service, a reasonably priced wine list and a civilized evening out.
Miami has plenty of steak, seafood, Italian and New American restaurants. Even Thai and Asian fusion have many options, but for some reason, Ethiopian food has never been able to garnish enough support to survive the fickle Miami food scene.Read More
Food halls are all the rage these days. Here at MIAbites, we’re not complaining. We love being able to head to one spot and have a little bit of everything at once in a casual setting.Read More