1 hour ago | Cocktails and Spirits
If you've ever been to Southern Italy you know that a good dinner must end with limoncello. This liqueur is made from freakishly large and sweet lemons that grow abundantly in the Sorrentine Peninsula and on the Amalfi coast. Tourists flock to sea...
2 hours ago | First Bites
When Michelle Bernstein announced the closing of her eponymous Miami staple, Michy's, she promised naysayers the restaurant would return with a new lease on life. Now, nearly a year later, chef Bernstein has made good on her word with the opening ...
3 days ago | Brunch Report
Tom Colicchio's much-anticipated Beachcraft at the 1 Hotel South Beach isn't open for lunch or dinner yet, but the restaurant, in a soft opening phase, is open for weekday breakfast and weekend brunch. Originally, the restaurant was slated for a s...
3 days ago | Things To Do
Happy Memorial Day weekend. This weekend is usually an epic one for Miami Beach, with thousands of people converging on our city to party. If you do plan on partying on South Beach, take a look at the city's plans on barricades, street closu...
3 days ago | Cheap Eats
Longtime Miami culinary junkies will likely remember the Rolling Stove. One of the first food trucks on the Miami scene, the truck is run by Troy Thomas, who offers char-grilled comfort food from his flame-wrapped vehicle. The Rolling Stove receiv...
3 days ago | Iron Fork
Iron Fork is back! Miami New Times, in partnership with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, is once again kicking off Miami Spice season with Iron Fork, the ultimate evening of food, fun, and an epic chef battle. It all goes ...