Mary Brickell

  • Blogs

    July 7, 2014

    World Cup 2014: Where to Eat, Drink, and Watch the Finals

    World Cup fever is reaching epidemic levels in Miami with only four teams left vying for the crown. Two of those teams are Brazil and Argentina, which has both expatriates and locals amped up for the matches on Tuesday and Wednesday. These games will turn Miami into a festive shit show with diehard ... More >>

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    January 1, 2014

    December 2013 Restaurant Openings and Closings

    Goodbye 2013, hello 2014. If you're reading this, you've made it through yet another New Year's eve and are probably enjoying a nice cleansing juice after a five mile run (let's see how long this healthy resolution will last). In this past year, we've said hello to some great new restaurants like ... More >>

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    December 2, 2013

    November 2013 Restaurant Openings and Closings

    Even as 2013 winds down, Miami heats up with Art Basel taking over both the beach and the mainland as thousands of people swarm to our city for parties, food, and drinks -- all in the name of art. With that, many restaurants are planning pop-ups, while others plan to open their doors this week. A ... More >>

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    November 1, 2013

    October 2013 Restaurant Openings and Closings

    Here we go... The official end of hurricane season, the start of cooler weather, and an influx of restaurants opening in Miami. With tourist season and Art Basel coming down the pipeline sooner than we realize, restaurants are clamoring to finish that paint job, install those burners, and open the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 1, 2013

    September 2013 Restaurant Openings and Closings

    September marks the beginning of the busy fall season. All over Miami, life renews as shops, restaurants, and hotels spiffy up for the winter season. Retooled menus, chef changes, and reworked decor are all par for the course -- as are the openings of a plethora of new and interesting restaurants. ... More >>

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    September 4, 2013

    August 2013 Restaurant Openings and Closings

    Though August is probably the most uncomfortable and lethargic of all times in our fair city, we manage to survive, bolstered by frequent trips to the beach and fortified by Miami Spice meals. Though few restaurants opened and closed, they were memorable. Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop, which was closed ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 19, 2012

    Top 10 Supermarkets: Freshest Food, Best Prices, Top Service

    Billy is really tired. After a full day of work and the gym, he just wants to go home, eat and lay down. But Marcia called earlier and asked him to stop and grab some diapers and milk? Well, Billy-boy, we got your answer.There are several factors that make a supermarket good or bad. Consumer Re ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 22, 2012

    Brother Jimmy's, Popular New York Barbecue Joint, Headed for Mary Brickell Village in Mid-June

    A Southern fried New York favorite is about to become the newest member of Mary Brickell's culinary scene. Say "Welcome y'all" to Brother Jimmy's, a wildly popular barbecue joint and bar with locations across the Big Apple and the Caribbean. It's been a NYC mainstay since 1989, with six locations a ... More >>

  • Dining

    May 17, 2012
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    June 17, 2011

    Pied a Terre's Andrew Balick On Learning to Survive in the Kitchen, Part 2

    Andrew Balick (back left) and his kitchen crew ​After working at Azul for six years, Andrew Balick got the opportunity to head the kitchen at Pied a Terre, a small restaurant inside the Cadet Hotel in South Beach. In the first part of the interview, he spoke about why he wants people to try his ta ... More >>

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    May 5, 2011
  • News

    November 11, 2010
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    May 12, 2010

    Chef Sean Bernal of The Oceanaire Seafood Room: Interview, Part Two

    Chef Sean Bernal​Here's Part Two of our interview with Chef Sean Bernal. You can read the first part of the interview here.What do you consider the three most important factors on a plate?First is the flavor combinations. Second is the color on the dish. Next one, is it has to be aesthetically rig ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 5, 2010

    26-Foot-Tall Naked Bronze Man Who Loves World Peace Moving to Miami

    ​Artist Ginés Serrán's Union of the World: Monument to World Peace is the largest bronze sculpture based on classical mythology. It's 26 feet tall and 17,600 pounds, and later this month it will come to SkyPalace at Mary Brickell Village in downtown Miami to make its permanent home. Th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 14, 2009

    Rosa Mexicano Celebrates Mex Independence Day

    Mexican Independence Day takes place this Wednesday, September 16, and Rosa Mexicano is celebrating all week. Starting today and running through Sunday, September 20th, the Mary Brickell restaurant will be offering a three-course prix-fixe dinner menu "inspired by the patriotic holiday celebrated in ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 22, 2009

    The Oceanaire Seafood Room Miami One of Surviving Branches in Corporate Bankruptcy Proceedings, Offering New Bar Menu and $20.10 Deal

    The Oceanaire Seafood RoomBar chum?The Oceanaire Seafood Room is trying to stay afloat in dangerous waters.  Despite its parent company filing Chapter 11, the sole Miami location of the Minneapolis-based upscale seafood chain will remain open, says senior vice president of operations Tim Whitl ... More >>

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    May 11, 2009

    Publix 911

    Publix Where shopping is a pleasureThe online message boards are buzzing, and whether the neighborhood likes it or not, Brickell will get its third Publix this summer.  Word on the street is that the long overdue opening at, yes, 911 SW 1st Ave is just a couple&nbs ... More >>

  • News

    May 14, 1998

    The Roads Less Developed

    Residents of this Miami neighborhood don't care how neat the kids' museum will be

  • Calendar

    April 2, 1998

    Night & Day

    April 2-8, 1998

  • News

    March 19, 1998

    Mrs. Brickell's Neighborhood

    In the shadows of the skyscrapers lies a quaint little slice of Miami's past known as Southside. Soon it will be wiped from the face of the earth.