8 hours ago | Food News
A handful of food halls all located within a stone’s throw of Biscayne Boulevard in Miami proper are in the works, though it’ll be at least a year before any open. Conway Commercial Real Estate and Urban Atlantic Group (Disclosure: I rent shared o...
4 days ago | Food News
The Miami river district is the latest area attracting gentrification and investor dollars. But, even in the early stages of transformation, the historic neighborhood is falling victim to the worn out playbook that has whitewashed others with the ...
10 days ago | Chef Interviews
It's around 3 p.m. onboard Myumi (56 NW 29th St., Miami; myumifoods.com), the six-seat omakase truck that parks on Wynwood's northern boundary. Inside the drab, gray cart, Ryo Kato, age 34, dumps about four quarts of California's short-grain Koshi...
10 days ago | Food News
It's been nearly four years since Kris Wessel had a flag planted in Miami's northern reaches. His beloved Red Light Little River shuttered in 2012 after he lost the lease. Come late February, he'll be back with a pocket-sized spot called Tropical ...
10 days ago | Restaurant Reviews
Deep inside the 3-month-old Nobu Miami at Eden Roc, a German tourist sporting a salmon-hued pullover stands in front of the sushi bar. His back is stiff and his arms are crossed. "How many years did you apprentice?" he asks an itamae who's busy fo...
16 days ago | Chef Interviews
Nabil Hach Al-luch bought the restaurant across from the Normandy Isle fountain more than a decade ago but never planned to be a chef. Then, in 2012, the sole cook at his place, Rouge (908 71st St., Miami Beach; 305-720-9125), announced he was lea...