The Rum Line, the Caribbean-inspired bar that features (as the name implies) rum-centric cocktails, opens on Thursday, November 6. The outdoor cocktail lounge, located adjacent to Lure Fishbar at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, is owned by New York City restaurateurs John McDonald, Joshua Pickard, an ... More >>
Another steamy summer, another Miami Spice. The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is back with the oft-beloved, sometimes maligned dining deals that help fill restaurants during the slow summer months and give less well-to-do diners a way to eat in the city's most lavish spots at a fraction ... More >>
Deadmau5 digs water sports? Who would've guessed ... But it's true. All week, the main Mau5, a mischief of look-alikes, and his buddies at Sea-Doo will be zipping around off the shores of South Beach to promote the new Spark personal watercraft. Now, it's cool and everything that Deadmau5 enjoys ... More >>
Lee Brian Schrager, the founder and organizer of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival declared on stage the Southern Kitchen Brunch is one of his most beloved events. "I don't know if it's because it's so pretty, because some of the best food of the weekend is here, or because it has one of my favor ... More >>
Trisha Yearwood is country music royalty. Married to superstar Garth Brooks, the Grand Ole Opry member shot to fame in the early 1990's and has since sold over 12.5 million albums worldwide, won three Grammys, three Country Music Association Awards, and performed at the White House during President ... More >>
Lure Fishbar, the latest New York restaurant to open a SoBe outpost, opens its doors at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel on Monday, December 2. The restaurant is a collaboration between restaurateurs John McDonald and Joshua Pickard, along with Lure Fishbar Chef/Partner Josh Capon. McDonald and Pickard' ... More >>
Lure Fishbar is scheduled to open this November in the former Emeril's space at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel,. This is the second Lure Fishbar to open, with the New York flagship receiving praise for its innovative takes on classic seafood dishes, including a spot on Forbes' 2010 All-Star Eateries ... More >>
Taste of the Nation, the annual event to end childhood hunger in America took place last night in the grand Americana ballroom at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel. It was an evening filled with lots of food, drinks, chefs, and prizes. The event was followed by a Chef After Party where chefs and VIP tic ... More >>
If you want to dine on culinary creations from some of South Florida's best chefs and help fight childhood hunger at the same time, then come out to Share Our Strength's Taste of the Nation South Florida Thursday, July 25, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel. Taste of the Nation featur ... More >>
For more on the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, check out New Times' Taste guide, hitting newsstands Thursday, February 21. Martha Stewart is the woman who does it all. Just reading her list of accomplishments -- author of 77 books, host of an Emmy-winning television show, and founder of Mart ... More >>
The last month of the new year saw a lot of anticipated 2012 restaurants opening under the wire. Ralph Pagano's Alba at Sole On The Ocean provides classic Italian cuisine and fresh seafood with a panoramic ocean view to the northernmost parts of Miami and Miami Beach. Although the official opening i ... More >>
Miami Spice Price Rise in 2012As soon as the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau announced last month that it would be raising the Miami Spice price $4 for the "luxury" class of restaurants, and dropping the price $2 for those establishments deemed merely "fine dining"...well, I knew it w ... More >>
As I dust off my trusty Ouija board in preparation for the Miami dining predictions of 2012, it seems only fair to look back on how I fared on my prognostications of one year ago. On quick glance, it might appear I did rather poorly. Upon deeper reflection, it still might seem as though I should ... More >>
Emeril Lagasse will close his South Beach restaurant...but will be back for the South Beach Wine & Food FestivalEmeril's Miami Beach, the southernmost outlet of Chef Emeril Lagasse's restaurant empire, will permanently close on August 7, after its last dinner service. Opened in Novembe ... More >>
via flicker ccIt keeps happening in Miami Beach. Cops pull up, tell demonstrators to put away their bullhorns, and to stop banging those drums. Then an officer whips out a small pad of paper and writes a noise code violation. That's how it went on three occasions in front of Loews Miami Beach ... More >>
image via SqueakyMarmot's flickr If you've never visited our restaurant database we have hundreds and hundreds of listings with addresses, telephone numbers, websites and other info for restaurants all over Dade County.From time to time Short Order uses that information to conduct random surveys. We ... More >>
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