On Saturday, October 1, the first-ever Celebrate Orgullo event took place in Lummus Park on Miami Beach. Spanish for pride, Orgullo celebrated the diverse cultural heritage and contributions of South Florida's Hispanic LGBT community.
Aussie electropop outfit Cut Copy returned to Miami to perform for the first time outside of Ultra Music Festival. Thursday's show at Grand Central was the first of two back-to-back shows at the venue. Opening for the band was Brooklyn's Midnight Magic and Atlanta's Washed Out. Read the review...
Design District eatery Egg & Dart hits the mark with its contemporary Greek cuisine. Of the design, critic Lee Klein writes, "It is a clean, contemporary space with a subtly upscale feel — a way to dine on Greek food without having to worry about plates being smashed or ouzo-crazed tourists...
Wine Enthusiast brought its Toast of the Town event to the Moore Building in Miami's Design District on September 23. The event featured over 500 varieties of wine and bites from local restaurants like 660 at the Angler's, Mercadito, Egg & Dart, Makoto, Red Light, and more.
Electrofunk duo Chromeo performed at the Fillmore Miami Beach on September 20 as part of LG One to Watch series. Opening the show was Detroit native and Stones Throw artist Mayer Hawthorne. Read the review of Chromeo at the Fillmore Miami Beach here.
Miami Beach's South of Fifth neighborhood already had a bevy of steak houses before Kane opened earlier this year. With executive chef Daniel Ganem at the helm, is Kane able to set itself apart from its competitors? Read the review of Kane Steakhouse here.
Latin music superstar Marc Anthony performed at the American Airlines Arena on September 16 as part of his U.S. tour in support of his latest album, Iconos. Read the review of Marc Anthony at the American Airlines Arena here.
The Fillmore Miami Beach hosted some of the greatest names in hip-hop on September 13 when Rock the Bells brought together Raekwon, Ghostface, and Mobb Deep. Read the review of Rock the Bells Miami here.
While the French bistro is quickly being replaced by contemporary Asian eateries as the latest dining trend, LouLou Le Petit Bistro did the opposite replacing Indochine Asian Bistro in downtown Miami. Read the review of LouLou Le Petit Bistro here.
With Art Basel Miami Beach only a few months away, local galleries are already starting to flex some art muscle with new exhibits, including Fredric Snitzer, Butter Gallery, David Castillo, Praxis International, and more.