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  • Closer Look: Sushi Erika in North Bay Village
    September 4 at 8 a.m. by FujifilmGirl

    For nearly a decade, Erika Kushi was a fixture alongside her father at her family's small restaurant and market that sold everything from frozen ramen noodles and hamachi collars to Japanese books, kitchen supplies, and the umami-packed rice…

     
  • Trader Joe's Miami Beach Opens With Hummus Park and Three-Buck Chuck
    August 27 at 3:53 p.m. by Daniella Mía

    The wait is finally over! On Tuesday, August 27, Miami Beach finally welcomed the opening of its first Trader Joe's store. While you'll find the standard three-buck Chuck, cookie butter, and high-quality frozen meals, the store still has plenty of…

     
  • Miami Spice 2019 Kicks Off With a Smorgasbord at Jungle Island
    August 1 at 1:22 p.m. by Daniella Mía

    Miami Spice officially kicks off August 1, however before that the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau invited everyone to sample some of the restaurants at its kickoff party at Jungle Island on Wednesday, July 31. There were plenty of…

     

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  • Closer Look: Ember in Miami's Design District
    July 23 at 8 a.m.

    At Ember, Brad Kilgore and chef de cuisine Nick Graves are taking familiar — and some would say boring —dishes like burgers, fried chicken, and lasagna and give them renewed life. At this Design District restaurant, diners sit back, eat, and feel…

     
  • Miami Goes Plant-Based at Vegandale Food Drink Festival
    July 15 at 8 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    On Saturday, July 13, the vegan and vegan-curious alike flocked to the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park for the Vegandale Food Drink Festival. The festival, which hails from Toronto, brought of North America's best plant-based bites to the Magic…

     
  • Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Celebrates the Mango, Miami's Favorite Tropical Fruit
    July 15 at 8 a.m. by FujifilmGirl

    On Saturday, July 13, and Sunday, July 14, Miamians turned up to Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden to taste the best mangos from around the world. Food, music, and artisans gathered to celebrate the tropical fruit, with chef Norman Van Aken…

     
  • Rare Beers Make an Appearance at Free the Whales at Barter Wynwood
    July 1 at 10:12 a.m. by Michael Campina

    On Saturday, June 29, rare beers poured into Barter Wynwood for Free the Whales. Craft beer aficionados showed up for a chance to sample these rare finds from more than 20 respected and up-and-coming brewers from across the country. Photography by…

     
  • Closer Look: Tigertail + Mary in Coconut Grove
    June 25 at 8 a.m.

    In creating his latest restaurant, Tigertail + Mary, Michael Schwartz, along with executive chef and Miami native Stephen Ullrich, has returned to the style of cooking, food, and eating that made his first restaurant such a delight and keeps it…

     
  • Mama Tried Celebrates Its First Anniversary in Downtown Miami
    June 10 at 7:54 a.m. by Karli Evans

    Miami's favorite downtown retro-themed bar, Mama Tried, celebrated a rowdy one year anniversary on Saturday, June 8, with nostalgic jams spun by DJ Roddy Yo and generous pours for a packed and thirsty house. 

     
  • Drinking Around the World With Drink Miami Hostel at the Freehand
    June 3 at 8:23 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    Returning to the Freehand once again, Drink Miami Hostel allowed patrons to imbibe in some of the tastiest spirits around the world on Saturday, June 1. The event over the entire property, offering unique cocktails and experiences at every turn.…

     
  • Miami Indulges With Duck Duck Goose at the Anderson
    May 28 at 9:22 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    Jeremiah Bullfrog's ode to fowl, Duck Duck Goose, returned for a fourth edition at the Anderson. Serving up creative dishes were some of Miami's best chefs, including Jose Mendin, Brad Kilgore, Nicole Votano, and Scott Linquist. Photography by…

     
  • Spirits Connoisseurs Get a Taste of the Rum Renaissance Festival
    May 20 at 8 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    From the classic mojito and daiquiris or just simply on the rocks, there's no doubt Miami loves its rum. Every year, the Rum Renaissance Festival host some of the best brands in the world. This year, the event took place at the Coral Gables Woman's…

     
  • Time Out Market Makes a Tasty Debut in Miami Beach
    May 9 at 10:42 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    British media company Time Out debuted the first American outpost of its Time Out Market brand in Miami Beach on Wednesday, May 8. While food halls have proliferated Miami in recent years, Time Out Market has managed to assemble one of the…

     
  • A Rainy Cinco de Mayo in Wynwood
    May 6 at 10:45 a.m. by Michael Campina

    The threat of rain persisted all weekend in Miami, however, on Sunday, May 5, the skies drenched the city while high winds shook anything not tied to the ground. Still, that didn't seem to put a damper on the Cinco de Mayo celebrations in Wynwood,…

     
  • Miami Says Farewell to the Wynwood Yard at YardFest
    May 6 at 9:38 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    Despite being a resounding success, the Wynwood Yard closed over the weekend to make room for a new development project. The Yard was a social and culinary hub where you could enjoy everything from an omakase dinner to an impromptu performance by…

     
  • Closer Look: Cafe La Trova in Little Havana
    April 23 at 8:23 a.m.

    Though it's tempting to try to define Cafe La Trova as one thing or another, that's impossible. It's not a restaurant, nor is it a bar, nor a club, nor a performance venue. It's some unnamed combination of all of them in which each element is…

     
  • Tripping Animals Celebrates 4/20 With Beer
    April 22 at 8:43 a.m. by Michael Campina

    Saturday, April 20, Doral-based brewery Tripping Animals held Irie Jungle, its 4/20 celebration with plenty of music, food, and, of course, beer. The beer lineup included offerings from J. Wakefield, Invasive Species, Tampa Bay Brewing, Beat…

     
  • <i>New Times</i>' Out to Brunch 2019 Serves Up a Midday Meal
    April 15 at 12:04 p.m. by Michael Campina

    New Times' invited Miami to celebrate everyone's favorite meal at Out to Brunch on Saturday, April 13. Taking over the Jungle Plaza in Miami's Design District, the event served up mimosas and dishes from Astra, Palat, Copper Blues, Sette Osteria,…

     
  • Miami Celebrates Spring Brews at Sprung Beer Festival 2019
    April 8 at 8 a.m. by Michael Campina

    While spring in Miami may not have the same excitement as it has up north after a long winter, the season marks the impending arrival of South Florida's humid and hot summers. Perhaps that's why locals flock to Sprung Beer Festival every year,…

     
  • Veuve Clicquot Carnaval 2019 Makes a Splash at the Wharf Miami
    March 11 at 1:52 p.m. by Anastasiya Yurkevich

    In the midst of the Carnaval Miami celebration, Veuve Clicquot brought its own party to the Wharf Miami with plenty of bubbly and beats. Partygoers enjoyed the warm weather, party games, and champagne at the edge of Miami River. Photography…

     

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