A leggy, tan woman wearing a white halter top struts along a worn wooden dock overlooking the Miami River. Her lips curl to smile as she passes a glistening champagne bucket dripping with condensation and tables piled with cracked stone crab claws. A doe-eyed hostess escorts the woman and her husban ... More >>
It's that time of year when we count down to New Times' Best of Miami 2012 issue in June. Until then, Short Order will serve up 100 of our favorite dishes in the 305. If you have any nominations of your own, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Mussels Josephine at Bonefish GrillWe here ... More >>
Lesley ElliottTomorrow is National Oyster Day, as if we needed an excuse to honor the most delectable of readily edible seafood, fit for consumption as soon as it is pulled from the sea. We begged Executive Chef Sean Bernal of Blue Door Fish at the Delano, for public insight into his private coll ... More >>
All photos by Laine Doss A spicy Bloody Mary starts off brunch at Morgans on the BeachWhen Morgans announced that it was opening a South Beach location in the old Joe Allen spot, more than a few people wondered what it would be like. Normally when a restaurant closes and another opens in ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanPlucked fresh from the seaHere's part two of Riki's trip to Atlantic Canada. If you missed part one, go here.After getting our fill of funnel cake at Ship to Shore, we were taken to Prince Edward Aqua Farms in Malpeque Harbour to see not only how blue mussels are farmed but also ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanThis is part one of writer Riki Altman's visit to Atlantic Canada. Unlike her trip to Bangkok, this excursion did not involve ping pong balls, broccoli pies, nor drinks with bosoms.I recently traveled to Prince Edward Island (PEI) and New Brunswick with E. Michael Reidt, the much ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanThis is the last post in writer Riki Altman's three-part series about her visit to Bangkok. If you missed parts one and two, you can either click the links or just hop a plane and check it out for yourself.Located about an hour outside of Bangkok are two fascinating outdoor fo ... More >>
La Marea is the real deal.In parts one, two (steakhouse), and three (Asian) of our series, we perused the Miami Spice deals from various participating restaurants and put in our two cents as to whether or not they were worth taking advantage of. Today we take a look at those hotel restaurants tha ... More >>
BLT Steak, Laurent Tourondel's steakhouse in The Betsy South Beach, has launched a new BLT Express lunch offering: $18, exclusive of tax and gratuity, for any two items from among soups, salads, and half-sandwiches -- served simultaneously to insure speedy service. So you might choose tomato gazp ... More >>
This Valentine's weekend might be your best chance in years to eat these aphrodisiacs.
A Fish Called Avalon, the long-running seafood restaurant on Ocean Drive, has issued a press release trumpeting its boycott of all Canadian seafood products to protest the clubbing of baby seals. "Canada's fisheries sell lobster, snow crabs, cod, mackerel, scallops, shrimp, haddock, oysters, herring ... More >>
The District enlivens the district
The River Oyster Bar
Potatoes are plentiful, but green beans are scarce. Okra abounds, and tomatoes are holding their own. If it weren't for Allapattah's terminal market, Miamians would have no food for thought.