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Five Restaurant Chains Miami Needs

3 years ago by Valeria Nekhim Lease
Chain restaurants don't have to be a negative thing. In fact, when they serve fresh, nutritious food they can actually be beneficial to our stomachs and our wallets. What's more, chain eateries often provide a level of efficiency and convenience that's particularly useful when pressed for time. And while supporting...
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Juan Valdez Cafe Opens Wednesday: Private Tastings and Single Origin Coffees

6 years ago by Laine Doss
Downtown Miami's first Juan Valdez Cafe opens this Wednesday at 101 NE Second Ave. The coffee shop, which stars the fictional coffee grower in pictures and emblazoned on coffee mugs, features both blended and single origin coffees prepared in a variety of ways. The cafe, one of which is located...
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Get a Free Dozen Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Monday

6 years ago by Ily Goyanes
Krispy Kreme is offering a BOGO deal as a way to recognize everyday heroes such as teachers, firemen, and Stephen Colbert. On Monday, you get 12 free glorious, sticky, glazed delights when you buy a dozen ($8.49) during Krispy Kreme's "Hero Appreciation Day." Though Krispy Kreme opened way back in...
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Katsuya Revamps Menu: "We're Getting Fish From Japan and Locally"

5 years ago by Carla Torres
It's been two years that Katsuya has been serving up sashimi to the health-conscious crowd of South Beach. The brand, which opened in Los Angeles in 1997 and expanded outside of the Golden State just two years ago, is spreading rather quickly. In just two years, chef Katsuya Uechi has...
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Bloomberg: Miami Has the Highest Hotel Rates in the U.S., Fifth in the World

5 years ago by Carla Torres
Good thing we live here, because if we wanted to visit Miami, we'd have to shell out some pretty big bucks. In an Index compiled by Bloomberg, Miami rated the priciest city in the U.S. for lodging, and top fifth in the world. That's after Geneva, Dubai, Kuwait City (really?),...
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Military Vets Heal PTSD by Capturing Burmese Pythons in the Everglades

5 years ago by Kyle Swenson
The python -- a speckled four-footer who'll go down in the books as "Ibzan" -- twists viciously in Tom Rahill's gloved hand like a downed power line. Rahill sucks in his gut, stretches out his arm, and grips the snake's tail. Wiggling furiously, the angry animal releases a shower of...
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Miami Subs Grill Expands to the Middle East, South Beach

7 years ago by Laine Doss
Looks like the Middle East is going to have to get used to saying "Dale" because Miami Subs, renamed the New Miami Subs Grill, is planning on a mega expansion into the part of the Middle East known as the Gulf Coast Countries.The south Florida fast food chain has inked...
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Basel 2013: NADA Art Fair's Fade to Mind Takeover at Sandbar on Miami Beach

6 years ago by Miami New Times staff
NADA Art Fair's Fade to Mind Takeover With Kingdom, Nguzunguzu, and Total Freedom Sandbar, Miami Beach Saturday, December 7, 2013 Art Basel Miami Beach, when art walk goes to SoBe and takes steroids, is rife with the kind of surrealism that'd only make sense if Riff Raff narrated it. Celeb...
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Pizza Rustica: Iconic Miami Pizzeria Signs Leases In Middle East

7 years ago by Kareem Shaker
Pizza Rustica is a Miami original. First opened in South Beach, the popular pizzeria made a name for itself with large rectangular slices packed with toppings. Success spawned expansion to 20 locations worldwide, and now under a master franchise agreement, Pizza Rustica has signed its first two leases to open...
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Miami's First H&M Opens on Lincoln Road

9 years ago by Amanda McCorquodale
Now that New World Symphony moved across the alley to the fancy Frank Gehry building, what's to happen to the delicious art deco Lincoln Road Theatre? Well, if the Miami Herald is correct, part of it will be outfitted as Miami's first H&M store next year. Many of you recognize...

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