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Best of Miami 2018: The Best Restaurants in Miami by Neighborhood

2 years ago by Laine Doss
Miami New Times' annual Best of Miami issue lands online this morning. For hundreds of our staff's picks on the finest places to eat and drink and the most notable people and personalities that defined South Florida over the last year, check out the full issue.Here's a rundown of this year's best restaurants, by neighborhood.

How Miami Became America's Capital of Cryptocurrency, for Better or Worse

2 years ago by Jessica Lipscomb
On a frigid night in January, blue and purple lights strobed onto hundreds of amped-up faces in a dark club in downtown Miami. As an EDM version of "Don't Stop Believin'" pulsated from the speakers at E11even, burlesque dancers in flapper costumes shimmied on two stages. Men dressed in tailored...

South Beach Snake Man Cited for Ripping Off Tourists

3 years ago by Jessica Lipscomb
To walk along Ocean Drive is to be transported into an alternate reality. There are street brawls, $80 margarita "specials," and some of the most beautiful art deco buildings in Florida. If you are lucky, you will see pet monkeys wearing jean shorts, shots served for breakfast, and bikini-clad women twerking atop Lamborghinis.

Venezuelan Oligarchs Who Robbed Country Bring Cash and Corruption to Miami and Houston

3 years ago by Zach Despart
Valentina Villafane was sitting in her second-grade classroom when the tear gas canister exploded. The principal of her private school outside Barquisimeto, Venezuela, saw it first — an errant volley from a national guardsman that flew between the bars of the school's gate and rolled to the front door. The...

Eye on Miami: Vanessa Hudgens, P. Diddy, and More

4 years ago by World Red Eye
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with WorldRedEye, New Times...

Sugar Factory's Decadent Shakes and Burgers Are Instagram-Worthy

4 years ago by Laine Doss
It stands to reason that Sugar Factory, the ice cream parlor and eatery with a roster of celebrity clientele — most notably Kylie Jenner, who appeared at the chain's Ocean Drive opening, would have the most Instagram-worthy food and drink.  The chain, known for over-the-top sundaes (like the King King...

DJ Khaled’s Journey of Success Began Long Before Snapchat

5 years ago by Ryan Pfeffer
"He was quiet." Imagine that. Of all the words in all the land one could use to describe DJ Khaled, Gary Holzenthal chose "quiet." It would have been less jarring to learn that his best friend was a llama. "We have had our fair share of characters, but as far...

Miami Stereotypes That Aren't True

5 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
More than most cities, Miami is defined by its stereotypes in the eyes of the rest of the country. No one really bothers to get to know that much about the real Miami. To most we're just a postcard image of a plump dumped bikini model drinking champagne on the...

Made in Italy Restaurant and Market Opens in Wynwood

6 years ago by Holly Wachowicz
Francesco Belcaro and Pietro Morelli wanted to create "a quality market for Italian products only," as well as a place to taste, live, and share the feeling of what it's like to be in Italy. Their establishment, Made in Italy, is just that...

Anwar Zayden: Miami Wildman and Internet Hero

6 years ago by Kyle Swenson
The man knows how to make an entrance. In April 2012, fireworks split open the night sky over Star Island. Below, topless women wiggled by a pool lit the color of blue Kool-Aid. Veiled belly dancers tossed around fire sticks. Camels munched grass around the two-acre property. All through the...

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