After celebrating New Year's Day at the Fontainebleau Hotel, Deadmau5 returned to Miami's warm embrace to help celebrate the reopening of Mansion, the iconic Washington Avenue nightclub. The venue premiered its 360-degree concept which featured stunning visuals, lighting, and sound system. Read the review of Deadmau5 at Mansion here.Some images may be NSFW.
Hoping to spur change in Miami's urban core, the Omni Parkwest Redevelopment Association Inc. held the grand opening of Grand Central Park Friday evening. The park takes over the space formerly occupied by the Miami Arena.
Lee Klein is feeling blue while dining at Azul at the Mandarin Oriental. "When it works well ... it's like incongruous musicians harmonizing in surprisingly moving ways. When it doesn't work ... it's like a variety show with jugglers, drag queens, and clowns crammed onstage at once, each...
The Miami Design Preservation League held its 35th annual Art Deco Weekend along Ocean Drive. The weekend featured a fashion show, a lecture series, a film series, and a parade celebrating Art Deco architecture and design.
Critic Lee Klein goes insane for Crazy For You's great concept: value. "I'm crazy about that amiable attitude, crazy about the ambiance, crazy about some of the freshly prepared cuisine, and, most of all, crazy about the concept of giving diners a fair shake." Read the review of Crazy About You...
After having its soft opening a few weeks ago, Chalk Ping Pong & Billiards Lounge had its official debut Thursday night. The lounge features an extensive cocktail menu, as well as pool and ping pong tables.
Last year, South Beach staple Tapas & Tintos opened a midtown outpost. This week, Lee Klein tries out the small plates to see if they hold up to nearby restaurants. Read the review of Tapas & Tintos Midtown here.