3 days ago | Neighborhood Joints
With so many utilitarian Cuban pizza places selling doughy, Varadero-style pizzas it seemed inevitable someone would reimagine some of Cuba's best-known dishes in pie form. About a month ago Gabriel Martinez, a partner in downtown's Havana C...
8 days ago | Best of Miami
Hialeah is a land of surprises. From the topsy-turvy street arrangements to the produce and wares you can buy while stuck in traffic, there’s always something interesting. Here, most expect little more than heaps of moros and shingles of dried out...
10 days ago | Food Industry
“If you had a spoon I’d eat some right now,” Prinston Paul says while standing near the front door of Little Haiti’s Sabal Supermarket on the corner of 54th Street and Northeast Second Avenue We’re inspecting a jar of mamba, Creole for peanut butt...
10 days ago | Restaurant Reviews
It seemed inevitable Tom Colicchio would open a place in Miami. He's been eyeing the city since 2007, when David Bouley's Evolution vacated the Ritz-Carlton, South Beach. But there was little hint the smooth-domed chef whose face is a fixture ever...
15 days ago | Columns
There are always new Japanese restaurants opening in Miami, but no matter how many join the ranks, there are few viable options. Just take a look at Eater Miami's recent list of so-called "essential" sushi restaurants. For the most part the group ...
15 days ago | Chef Interviews
In a few months time Zak Stern will move his baking operation from its cramped home to a 7,000-square-foot behemoth that was once the Van Alpert exhibition space. The 26th Street bakery, where a staff of 45 now lines up shoulder-to-shoulder turnin...