For Miami, Nuevo Latino cuisine is a comfort food of sorts. Chefs take the ingredients we know -- the stuff we grew up on -- and cook them in ways that would make our mamas proud. Once mashed into our baby food, malanga is now deep-fried, shaped into shells, and piled with togarashi and raw tuna. Yu ... More >>
See also: The Dining Room Closes, Re-Opens Tomorrow As "Pop-Up at Vesper", and August 2012 Restaurant Openings & Closings. Horacio Rivadero has moved around a lot lately -- more than usual, anyway. In the past, Rivadero split his time as Executive Chef at both OLA at the Sanctuary Hotel and Th ... More >>
Laine Doss Kostya Kimlat brings his "bag of tricks" to Cafe DaVinciKostya Kimlat has been a magician for almost two decades, even though he looks barely out of high school himself. The Ukraine-born magician, based in Orlando, performs and teaches magic around the world. Named the basketbal ... More >>
John ZurCeviche at OLA.Tucked away inside the Sanctuary Hotel in Miami Beach, OLA is tidy in name, appearance, and cuisine. Chef and owner Douglas Rodriguez, or "El Jefe" as the menu refers to him, oversees the menu with executive chef Horacio Rivadero, who kindly came out of the kitchen and invi ... More >>
Courtesy of Ability ExplosionNext Wednesday, October 20, you can experience dining in the dark at several Miami Beach restaurants. Guests will don masks at Gotham Steak, BLT at the Betsy, Red the Steakhouse, Joe's Stone Crab, Smith & Wollensky, Quattro, and 660 at the Angler's Resort.Es ... More >>
Marsha TalianoffBack in the day is coming back. That's Rodriguez on the far left.Although he calls Miami his home, we don't often hear much about what Chef Douglas Rodriguez is up to locally. Sure, he still owns and operates OLA in the Sanctuary Hotel (among other restaurants in Philadelph ... More >>
No coverups allowed at the FAME pool party and beach photo shoot.
An old Miami Beach family is cashing in on the next new thing