Fourth of July means firing up the grill out back and hanging with family, unless you're more into the whole barbecue bash with interesting-people-in-fascinating-places thing, Short Order has put together a guide to restaurants and hotels that are serving up a plate of barbecue favorites -- and othe ... More >>
What started out as a fun evening with friends took a tragic turn when the waterfront deck at Shuckers Bar & Grill in North Bay Village collapsed during the Miami Heat game, sending about 100 people tumbling into the water. As cheers for the home team turned into screams, restaurant workers and pat ... More >>
This much is clear: Miami's sewers are deteriorating, and millions of gallons of wastewater are polluting Biscayne Bay. The county has proposed a $1.5 billion fix, but one local environmental group has now filed suit in federal court to stop the plan.Key Biscayne resident Judi Koslen and the environ ... More >>
This past Sunday, members of B.R.E.W. FIU hosted their first annual Biscayne Brewers Bash in the pavilion of the Kovens Conference Center overlooking beautiful Biscayne Bay. The event hosted 15 local brewers serving over 40 different micro-brews. There was also a booth for beer bread and beer butter ... More >>
Hope you weren't expecting a package.A UPS driver today lost control of his truck, which hit a tree and then ended up plunging into Biscayne Bay. The demolished vehicle now sits submerged in water.
Want to look as happy as she does? Read on.Summer officially kicks off today, but we've been feeling the heat since, well, last summer. Here at Short Order, we know the best way to cool off is watching the waves with a beer in hand. So we're bringing you our five favorite waterside bars:5. ... More >>
FIUFall semester has begun at Florida International University's School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, which means the $18 lunch deal is back! Students in the school's Advanced Foodservice Management classes, under the direction of Chef Mike Moran and Chef Roger Probst, host, serve, and p ... More >>
D Sharon Pruitt via Wikimedia CommonsIce cream socials mostly invoke thoughts of church gatherings and neighborhood get-togethers, but not when you're eating your ice cream overlooking Biscayne Bay at Area 31. The restaurant will celebrate National Ice Cream Month by hosting Scoops for Success to ... More >>
Enrique Iglesias nude?For those of you still mourning the loss of Jezebel's daily roundup of World Cup "thighlights" and are beginning to tire of your recurring fantasies of Fernando Torres, the world's biggest sporting event seems to be the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to shameless ma ... More >>
Seems there are more preemptive obituaries for the Miami Herald than actual obituaries the paper runs nowadays. The boys over on Biscayne Bay have lately made it a point to let everyone know that in fact they aren't dead. First with letters to readers by both Executive Editor Anders Gyllenhaal ... More >>
But do submarines usually enter regattas?
The original George.
And not a one we can afford
Meet us at the bar, bro.
Set sail on the ocean blue for a Columbus Day tradition.
Jacob Katel Two blocks east of Biscayne Boulevard between NE 23rd and 35th Streets along the seawall separating Biscayne Bay from Miami's asphalt landscape, lie many forms of public art. The following images depict examples of scratching, tagging, drawing, bombing, stickering, propaganda, architect ... More >>
A new concert series hits Bayside.
Get off your butt, you lazy environmentalists!
At least you can eat like youre traveling tonight.
Crab claws and lobster tails and fishy fillets, oh my!
At Dade Heritage Days, celebrate what once was.
Treat yourself to hump-day relaxation with a twist
Drink it in at Vizcaya tonight
Learn from Fresh Faces in Fashion
Maurice Gibb Memorial Park
Black Point Marina
Matheson Hammock Park and Marina Atoll Pool
Pier at the Hotel Inter-Continental
Scaling Mount Trashmore, sorting through the clues to the mystery of everyday life
So don't complain when we spill 25 million gallons of sewage onto your beaches
Experts say the big sewage pipeline under Biscayne Bay could burst at any moment. If it does -- bye, bye, Miami.