There was a time, not long ago, when boys in khaki swarmed Coral Gables. They sauntered down avenues while gossiping about the latest venture capitalist to move to New York. Ageless women, hair blow-dried and legs strangled by skin-tight white pants, muttered words like "supposebly." There were gold necklaces, Mediterranean lawns, and University of Miami bumper stickers. Coral Gables meant suburbia ten minutes southwest of high-rise-clustered downtown.
But now the neighborhood embraces Eating House, Bread & Butter, Swine Southern Table & Bar, and Bulla — a wave of new restaurants that eschew leather-bound menu books and candlelight. So forget the duck terrine, raspberry coulis, and grand wine lists. This batch teems with the muddled mint aroma of cocktails and change. Old-school refinement no longer defines Miracle Mile. Coral Gables is booze, craft beers, and stylish grub.
Read the full review on Bulla in Coral Gables.
DUB magazine, a publication dedicated to custom car culture, brought its DUB Show Tour to the Miami Beach Convention Centure Saturday. The event featured plenty of custom whips along with performances by 2 Chainz, French Montana, Cap 1, and more.
Women who loves women partied all weekend as party of the Aqua Girl 2013 festivities. Saturday, the National Hotel hosted the Aqualicious Pool Party where everyone came out in their swimsuits to cool down from the Miami heat.
Absolut X brought together art, music, and cocktails Thursday night at Soho Studios in Wynwood. The Miami masquerade ball featured music by Bloc Party and an interactive art installation by Agustina Woodgate.
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