Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times, covering all that’s new and notable in the restaurant and bar scene in South Florida. The food-obsessed writer has been featured on Cooking Channel’s Eat Street and Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race. Doss won an Alternative Weekly award for her undercover feature on what it’s like to wait tables at Miami restaurants. In a previous life, she appeared off-Broadway and shook many a cocktail as a bartender at venues in South Florida and New York City. When she’s not writing, you can find Doss running some marathon then celebrating at the nearest watering hole.
7 hours ago | Deals
Miamians who love a dining deal and are mourning the imminent end of Miami Spice for another year, have something to look forward to. Culinary Community for Camillus House, a new restaurant discount program, launches October 2, 2016. The program, ...
10 hours ago | Cocktails and Spirits
Miami has one one of the fast growing and most dynamic cocktail scenes with bars like Sweet Liberty and Broken Shaker winning national and international accolades. Of course, the lifeblood and soul of a bar is its bartenders. These individuals are...
3 days ago | Brunch Report
Brunch is Miami's most important meal of the week. Traditionally served on Sundays (though many restaurant offer a Saturday meal, as well), it's the time to gather with friends over eggs and pancakes. It's also one of the few acceptable times to d...
3 days ago | Cocktails and Spirits
Happy Friday! This weekend is all about traveling the world without ever leaving Miami-Dade county. First off, take a trip to the Bahamas in an Uber, or enjoy a Celebrity sea cruise without leaving town. Explore Mexico's cuisine with Scott L...
3 days ago | First Bites
When the Miami Dolphins take to the field this Sunday at their newly anointed Hard Rock Stadium, their focus will be on defeating the 0-2 Cleveland Browns. Football fans, however, will find many new things to see, do, and taste at this newly...
4 days ago | Cocktails and Spirits
Close your eyes and picture yourself on some beach in the Bahamas. Your toes are in the sand, as warm, blue water laps at your ankles. In your hand is a seriously refreshing rum-soaked cocktail. You're in paradise. Now, open your eyes and take in ...