Ana Maria Figueredo
Ana Maria Figueredo is a freelance writer for Miami New Times.
6 months ago | First Bites
Mofongos on Eighth Street in Little Havana brings the flavors of Puerto Rico to Miami.
7 months ago | Culture
Thursday Unfortunately, you won't be seeing Pink Floyd live in Miami (or anywhere else, for that matter) anytime soon. But you can catch one of the most awesome rock films on Earth this Thursday when the Fillmore morphs into a movie theater. Pink ...
8 months ago | Culture
Adela Alcantara had hesitations about going back into the restaurant business. After starting operations out of a laundromat in 1989 and opening seven restaurants across the county, Alcantara sold her Honduran restaurant empire, Adelita's, in 2011.
9 months ago | Cocktails and Spirits
Stepping into Mr. Wright’s Gold Digger Saloon in Wynwood, one is reminded of a now-shuttered Miami icon: Tobacco Road
10 months ago | Things To Do
Edison Farrow, a native New Yorker, grew up loving live music and piano bars. So, after 12 years as a Miami nightclub promoter, he decided to open the Cabaret South Beach, a nightspot where all the employees are singers. “One minute they are servi...