If it were up to us, every weekend would entail a food and wine fest of some sort. After all, you can never have too much food/booze/revelry. So we're pretty stoked about the third annual Brickell Food & Wine Festival, hitting the Miami Circle this weekend.
The festival will feature sampling from m ... More >>
Circling around Hialeah side streets near LeJeune Avenue we found Stephen's Restaurant only after dodging a 10-foot-by-10-foot slab of marble being offloaded into a warehouse.
A New York style deli with house made, hand-sliced pastrami and corned beef loaded onto thick slices of griddled rye bread ... More >>
Oktoberfest in Germany this year wraps up on Tuesday, but the rage officially hit the East Coast Miami style, shattering the autumn apathy with two simultaneous festivals occurring in Brickell this past weekend. The Brickell Sam Adams Octoberfest, originally slated for Friday and Saturday only, was ... More >>
The NBA lockout gives players a chance to pursue some of their passions. LeBron James is brushing up on his NFL commentator skills. Dwyane Wade is designing watches. Chris Bosh is busy flying tattoo artists to far-away islands to add to the ever-growing montage of nightmarish images he calls a ba ... More >>
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Viceroy's Bistro e has raised the bar on Brickell happy hours by
lowering the prices on signature sake cocktails and sushi rolls. The deal is called the $5 After 5 p.m. Sushi and Sake Happy Hour. Sushi Chef
Tua, who was previously with Sushi Maki, has been rolling creative ... More >>
Looking for a swanky place to relieve yourself after dinner? If so, you're in luck, because Short Order has discovered Miami's best restaurant and hotel bathrooms. This list, the result of copious research, features five of Miami's top toilettes. We rated em based on aesthetic quality, cool features ... More >>
Three items plus a pint of beer: $15.It's not often you get to enjoy a three-course lunch conceptualized by a Michelin-starred chef, in a drop-dead gorgeous dining room with a 15th-floor vista of the city, along with a pint of beer, for $15! Usually it costs about ten times that much. But beginni ... More >>
Via Blanca Stella's FlickrGreat people, great intentions, great causes and a great time.Riptide already introduced readers to Social Media for Social Change (SM4SC) when we interviewed Robert Murray (@robertmurray) earlier this month. At long last, the Camillus House fundraiser took place on Thur ... More >>
Robert Murray, local geek, is inspired to do good.Robert Murray, a freelance Flash and iPhone developer, is practically a Miami native considering he's lived here since 1990. But it was a recent trip to New York City that inspired him to set up the city's first Social Media for Social Change even ... More >>
DJ Ryan Smith a.k.a Induce! flexes his house muscles on this live set from the Viceroy Hotel's Club 50 way up on the 50th floor at the Icon on Brickell. Smith is an avid vinyl collector with thousands of pieces in his collection and he parlays that to great effect during this all vinyl set ... More >>
Time to party like it's 1776.Over at the Night & Day calendar, the Magic City Kitty and I constructed a "perfect day" of kickin' it on Uncle Sam's birthday, but we're so excited about the National holiday that our bras are freaking exploding......and we just had to list a few more: