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No Cuban, No Problem

12 years ago by Brett Sokol
Were the Latin Grammys fixed by President Bush? Based on State Department documents Kulchur has received, that would certainly appear to be the case. Call it an only-in-Miami moment, one in which 2004 presidential politics collided head-on with Cuban music. And Cuba's musicians, who subsequently found themselves watching the Grammys...
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The Quiet Cuban

18 years ago by Judy Cantor
When jazz pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba walks up to the entrance of the Van Dyke Cafe on Lincoln Road, no one wields a Cuban flag like a weapon, throws a bottle, or spits, the way protesters in front of the Gusman Center did the night he performed in Miami last year...
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Best Cuban Sandwich

Sarussi Cafe

There are five different ways to get your cubano at Sarussi Café & Restaurant, which has been serving a unique variation on the classic sandwich for five decades on Calle Ocho at 68th Avenue in West Miami. Try its "El Original" eight- or 16-inch ($5.93 or $11.87). The institution's trademark...
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Short Order Awards 2010 Nominees Are In... Vote Now!

5 years ago by Jose D. Duran
Last month, we revealed that at this year's Iron Fork event on October 21 we'd be handing out our first ever Short Order awards. While Best of Miami is picked by an ominous "editorial board," the blog awards work a little differently. We asked a group of local chefs, food...
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Sam Gorenstein, Hedy Goldsmith and Eos James Beard 2010 Award Semifinalists

5 years ago by Jose D. Duran
In anticipation of the nominees set to be announced March 22 in New Orleans, the James Beard Foundation has revealed the 2010 semifinalists for its Restaurant and Chef Awards -- and Miami is definitely well represented.Up for Outstanding Restauranteur is Myles Chefetz, head of the Myles Restaurant Group, which is...
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