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  • Closer Look at Fiola Miami in Coral Gables
    December 11 at 8 a.m.

    Fiola is among a group of Michelin-starred restaurants that recently arrived here. A table at the month-old restaurant from James Beard Award-winning and Michelin-starred Washington, D.C. chef and restaurateur Fabio Trabocchi has quickly become one…

     
  • <i>New Times</i>' Tacolandia 2018 Brings the Fiesta to Wynwood
    November 19 at 1:23 p.m. by Multiple Authors

    On Saturday, November 17, New Times' Tacolandia highlighted some of the best tacos in the Magic City. Attendees got to sample spicy and flavorful bites from restaurants all across South Florida while sipping on strong libations. Photography…

     
  • Meet the Adorable Kitties at the Cat Café South Beach
    November 15 at 9:24 a.m.

    The Cat Café South Beach opens its doors Friday, November 16, serving up freshly roasted coffee, treats, and cuddly kitties. The fun begins in Purradise, a separate, plexiglassed area where about 30 cats reside. Step inside to cuddle with these…

     

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  • Peek Inside the Vagabond Village in Miami's Upper Eastside
    November 14 at 5:01 p.m.

    Hospitality guru Amir Ben-Zion returns to restaurants with the opening of Vagabond Village at the Vagabond Hotel. The project consists of one restaurant (Vagabond Sushi) and several bars and lounges. Read the full story on Vagabond Village here.

     
  • P.I.G. 9 Celebrates Pork at the Little Haiti Cultural Center
    November 5 at 9:38 a.m. by Karli Evans

    Jeremiah Bullfrog's annual Pork Is Good Festival returned to Little Haiti Cultural Center on Sunday, November 4, for an afternoon of awesome eats featuring pork delicacies from a collection of Miami's favorite restaurants. This year's chefs…

     
  • A Sneak Peek of Mad Max Doughnuts
    October 23 at 8 a.m.

    Through a partnership with Otto Othman, the executive chairman and cofounder of the Miami-based Pincho Factory, pastry chef Max Santiago plans to open storefronts in West Kendall, Doral, and Wynwood. Slated to open by mid-2019, Mad Max Doughnuts…

     
  • Miami Enjoyed a Feast at the South Florida Seafood Festival
    October 22 at 1:22 p.m. by Michael Campina

    Stone crabs, shrimp, oysters, and more. The South Florida Seafood Festivals served a bounty of fresh seafood to attendees at the Miami Marine Stadium on Saturday, October 20. 

     
  • Closer Look: A Revamped Captain Jim's Seafood in North Miami
    October 16 at 8:11 a.m. by Michael Campina

    David Garcia is a member of a family that owns one of the city's most iconic restaurants, Garcia's, on the Miami River. The 40-year-old also owns Little Havana's long-standing La Camaronera. But his greatest challenge to date might be restoring…

     
  • Miami Cools Down With Beer at Grovetoberfest 2018
    October 15 at 8:27 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    With the temperature climbing up to 90 degrees of Saturday, Grovetoberfest seemed like the perfect oasis of cold beer. The annual craft beer celebration returned to Peacock Park in Coconut Grove with 128 participating breweries pouring 500-plus…

     
  • Miami Takes a Bite Out of Iron Fork 2018
    October 5 at 8:49 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Thursday, October 4, New Times' Iron Fork returned to the James L Knight Center in downtown Miami to celebrate the best food in the city. Restaurants from all corners of the county gathered to dish out samples to hungry attendees while chefs Jorge…

     
  • Dessert Wars Miami Was Sugary Wonderland at Soho Studios
    October 1 at 8:54 a.m. by Monica McGivern

    Pastry chefs and bakers of everything sweet put their recipes to the taste test as hundreds turned up to Dessert Wars on Sunday, September 30. The sixth edition of the competition was held at Soho Studios in Wynwood. Photography by Monica McGivern.

     
  • Miami Celebrates Octoberfest at the Wynwood Marketplace
    October 1 at 8:40 a.m. by George Martinez

    The ninth-annual Sam Adams Octoberfest brought three days of fun to the Wynwood Marketplace with a variety of beers and games. Photography by George Martinez.

     
  • Craft Beer Aficionados Turn Out for Miami Madness Day at J. Wakefield Brewing
    September 30 at 12:48 p.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Hundreds lined up down the block from J. Wakefield Brewing in Wynwood for Miami Madness Day. The day celebrated the release of the brewery's Imperial Berliner weisse Miami Madness, which is infused with guava, mango, and passionfruit, as well as…

     
  • Second-Annual South Florida Craft Beer Run at the Tank Brewing
    September 17 at 9:28 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    On Saturday, September 15, the Tank Brewing hosted its second-annual South Florida Craft Beer run. The 5K race was open to runners of all levels, with proceeds benefiting nonprofit organizations Sebastian Strong and Nico’s Promise. After the race,…

     
  • Miami Chefs Find Four-Legged Inspiration in Their Dogs
    August 21 at 8 a.m. by Karli Evans

    In the Food Network era, chefs work long hours doing physical labor, which stresses human relationships to the breaking point. But one being is there without judgment: the dog.

     
  • The South Beach Mango Festival Makes It Debut
    August 6 at 7:44 a.m. by George Martinez

    The first-ever South Beach Mango Festival took over the beautiful sands of Miami Beach on Sunday, August 5. Attendees were able to enjoy the revered tropical fruit in its many forms and chef demonstrations throughout the day. Photography by George…

     
  • The Ten Must-Try Miami Spice 2018 Restaurants
    July 25 at 3:28 p.m.

    Miami Spice was created 17 years ago by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau as a way to promote Miami's restaurants to visitors and locals during the city's hotter and slower months. Since its inception, the promotion has grown from 40…

     
  • Best Miami Bites of 2018 (So Far)
    July 24 at 8 a.m.

    Many restaurants — among them Planta in South Beach, Boulud Sud in downtown Miami, and Hiden in Wynwood — have shown an ability to adapt to a new, younger, and more energetic clientele, one that strays from tablecloths and gravitates toward…

     
  • Miami Celebrates the 2018 World Cup Finals at Wynwood Marketplace
    July 16 at 8:11 a.m. by George Martinez

    Miami's sizable French community turned up at the Wynwood Marketplace to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final game between France and Croatia. The place was packed and the weather was right for the world's most-watched sporting event. Photography by…

     
  • Miami Watches England vs. Croatia Semifinal Match With David Beckham at the Wharf
    July 11 at 8:57 p.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Unfortunately, for England fans, the World Cup semifinal match against Croatia ended in disappointment. However, for the crowd gathered at the Wharf Miami, the pain was helped a bit by the fact that soccer superstar — and future Miami MLS team…

     

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