Oh, mon dieu. Petite bites means "little dicks."
Leave it to a set of skilled brand developers to screw up and make our neighbors across the pond in France laugh hysterically at us.
Those stupid Americans, they probably thought.
Yep. Right they are. Because much to your likely surprise, this a ... More >>
Where is TomorrowWorld?
Last night at the Mondrian South Beach, European electronic dance music promotions power ID&T answered that riddle, revealing that the inaugural American edition of Belgium's TomorrowLand will be held in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.
-Why the Corporate Takeove ... More >>
The ultimate holiday gift for beer enthusiasts just went on sale at Total Wine & More right now, but the price tag might cause some sticker shock.The Trappist Westvleteren XII Ale gift pack includes six 11.2 oz. bottles of ale and a pair of special chalices in which to drink this elixir, which h ... More >>
Miami restaurants are getting wise to the fact that craft beer dinners can draw a crowd, and it's about time. The latest restaurant to host a beer-paired dinner is Wynwood Kitchen and Bar. This year they've teamed up with Brown Distributing Company of South Florida to host a special Ommegang and Duv ... More >>
Joshua Marcus and John Donovan are busy guys these days. There is the switchover of the Chow Down Grill in Surfside to Josh's Deli & Appetizer, Chow Down Grill South Beach is adding sushi, and the duo is teaming with Jeremiah Bullfrog (Gastropod) for a one-week-only series of tasting dinne ... More >>
Yes, disco follows a formula. But Belgian-Italian producer Aeroplane (AKA Vito De Luca) isn't thinking small when it comes to the genre.
He's not even concerned with floor fillers. In fact, he's aiming for nothing short of cosmic disco rapture, taking his cues from the '70s prog rock giants lik ... More >>
Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill's Chef Timon Balloo will be honored
this evening at his alma mater, Johnson & Wales University North Miami, and they'll hold a dinner to recognize him as the school's Distinguished Visiting Chef. The cost is $85 and proceeds will go to a scholarship fund in the university ... More >>
Admittedly, we were nervous about Jacuzzi Boys' upcoming European tour. But we quickly changed our tone when Hardly Art assured us it'd be a land-based trek. Phew, what a relief.
European tours can be a real bummer. Shitty guides recklessly leading you into dangerously shallow waters, shoddy sa ... More >>
Gift meGift idea alert!We recently sought out the knowledge of local beer guru (and CPA by day), Patrick Lunn, for what he thinks would make a great do-it-yourself six pack gift. Over dinner at the now-closed pop up Phuc Yea! we narrowed it down to six options that are sure to ... More >>
Total Wine and More in North Miami, a mecca for all things booze and booze related. For beer lovers, the best thing about this place is not only the incredible selection, but also that any beer can be bought by the bottle, meaning you'll be able to cram six totally different experiences into each ... More >>
Move it like Berney!Crossfade loves a good laugh at the wonderful, weird range of human expression.
Hence, last week's deep anthropological studies on the phenomena that are these five crazy dances. Or the amazingness that is Mexican tribal guarachero and its related fashion.
But that wa ... More >>
Quick, what causes more heart attacks: cocaine or air pollution? It's actually air pollution, which triggers roughly five to seven percent of all heart attacks. Whereas cocaine is responsible for only 0.9 percent of all heart attacks. Of course, cocaine is much more dangerous on a personal level. ... More >>
A glass of big, smoky Petite Petit Lodi 2007 ($8) melded well with pork belly, and would probably pair with any dish containing bacon...so would anything selected from an alluring, user-friendly craft, beer list that includes brief taste characterizations of each brew. For instance, one of the impor ... More >>
After a couple years of eardrum-hammering from the relentless-banger-addicted sect of the indie/dance crossover scene, acts like Aeroplane come as a welcome shot of sweetness and light. Hailing originally from the somewhat unlikely region of Wallonia -- that's French-speaking Southern Belgium -- ... More >>
Jacob KatelMultitasking. Be sure to look out for our Food of Ultra Fest slideshow.Another day, another dollar, another night at the casino risking it all, another tomorrow being broke and eating ramen noodles and sardines, another reason to work harder, especially at making up these intros, which ... More >>
Every decadent, cultured city needs a Taschen store. Otherwise, where's a connoisseur of highbrow pornography to go when he needs a $1500 signed copy of Vanessa del Rio: Fifty Years of Slightly Slutty Behavior? They just don't sell that shit at the Pleasure Emporium.Anyway, Miami's finally got on ... More >>
Two Saturdays ago, a beer bar with a no-bullshit name opened up in the shadow of the Shops at Sunset. From its trio of giant booze fridges, Cervezas (5835 Sunset Dr., South Miami) serves up an international selection of bottled brews, including Canada's Labatt Blue, China's Tsing Tao, and Britain ... More >>
Jacob KatelGita Shonek kicks back a cold one.Fourteenth Street is the Janis Joplin of Downtown. She came into some money, her legs are wide open, everybody's welcome, and she's down to party. Here's a new notch in her belt. DRB Miami (255 NE 14th Street, between NE Second and Biscayne) is a ... More >>
The Earth's moon was full as we arrived at the medieval castle for the OpenFields Festival, in the French village of Rêves.The Bermuda Triangle's Flamingo prince, Otto von Schirach, instinctually quenched the crowd's thirst for his signature style of alien beats, playing for close to 2 hours ... More >>
Untwist those panties: Bacon is good for you!1. ChocolateTwo words: Flavonoids. Antioxidants. Dark chocolate, more than 70 percent cocoa, has both of them, and they destroy evil free radicals, lower blood pressure, and balance hormones. The folks at Galler Chocolate, a candymaker from Belgium, will ... More >>