A new 2-level loft on Biscayne where a team of professionals guides would-be artists through the process of recreating one of 1,500 famous paintings. Read more.
Sweetcakes spikes their sweets, offering items like Drunken Whoopie Pies & Mojitos (key words: Bacardi buttercream filling). They can even create a cake based on your favorite cocktail. Read more.
In addition to the weekday happy hour special, ($5 Margaritas) El Vato Tequila & Taco Bar brings more than 60 tequilas to the South Miami Avenue spot. Read more.
France’s big day at the Biltmore’s Bastille Day bash (Cellar Club members, $89; guests, $109). The festivities begin at 6 p.m. with a petanque tournament. Also: live-jazz & a five-course dinner. Read more.
Among the Cuban influences on Miami? Our collective penchant for ultra-strong coffee. Among the Cuban influences on Miami? Our collective penchant for ultra-strong coffee Read more.
That time of year again the hotel is about to be overtaken by bikini-clad models as Fashion Week Swim rolls from July 14th -18th. General public to enjoy the view for daily happy hr (4pm. - 8). Read more.
Break your regular bar routine & opt instead for a destination that combines 2 of your favorite indulgences: women & smokes. The moody setting will make you feel like you’re visiting the Godfather Read more.
. Whether you sit inside or out, you’ll have the best seat in the house -- there are 200 high-def TVs, plus 10-foot screens so big that they’re visible all the way from the Intracoastal. Read more.
The organic menu is helmed by chef Geoffrey Zakarian, but the real draw here is the Rat Pack-era ambiance, which is palpable even on the breezy patio facing Collins Ave. Read more.
Food trucks & fireworks get equal billing at the 4th July bash at Peacock Park. Once the party gets going at 5 p.m. with live music, beer & killer pyrotechnics, will be plenty to make Uncle Sam proud. Read more.
Called Kuka for short, the Colombian import is a relaxed restaurant where you can chow down on everything from arepas to churrasco by day and a steamy dance hall by nigh. Read more.
A new “gastronomic society” event now taking place at Villa 21 every Wednesday night. Menu & company will change constantly at the weekly 4-course dinners ($35; reservations required - only online). Read more.
Much of the merchandise is one-off, so yield to your impulses. don’t miss the backroom boudoir brimming with kinky accessories and lingerie. Read more.
It’s International Sushi Day on Saturday. Use it as an excuse to visit Doral’s low-key Yuki Hana, which serves classic sushi rolls alongside more inventive, Miami-appropriate fare. Read more.
Jewelry designer Karen Keith brings a little heavy metal to downtown Miami with the opening of her first studio and showroom. At the black-walled space, find pieces like Swiss-Army-knife bracelets. Read more.
Opening of a fifth location on Lincoln Road. Consists of 9 specialty burgers - including the original 5 Napkin Burger that’s topped with Gruyere cheese, caramelized onions & rosemary aioli. Read more.
Taking place Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the event marries brunch and barbecue with a menu that includes pecan sticky buns, grits, “Texas-style” eggs benedict, and slow-cooked beef brisket. Read more.
Brings its “come one, come all” door policy downtown this week, introducing a weekly Thursday-to-Saturday lounge at event space Villa 221. Expect live music on Thursday, while Friday is ’80s night. Read more.
The store is frequently ranked among the top menswear shops in the country for its selection of brands. During its spring sale, the slick but high-priced clothing is available for half price. Read more.
Opening on Saturday, the restaurant offers dishes/challenges like the "9 Pounder," which is free for those who can finish it. You can also create your own soda flavor from more than 100 possibilities. Read more.
The months-old restaurant in Downtown just launched a lunchtime sandwich bar. Expect to see lawyers and financial types at the bar, enjoying creations like the Croque Senor or West Side Market roll. Read more.
Chicken Feast at Michy’s is fast becoming a tradition. This week, the $38 Wednesday-night event is back for its third year, offering diners a choice between American or Korean-style chicken Read more.
The space is encircled by a water-filled bar, where food floats by on sushi boats. Scoop up the dishes you want, & don’t even sweat the price - the color of the plates corresponds to a price. Read more.
Havana Nights on the last Friday of every month begins tomorrow & continues through September. From 6 PM to midnight, get Atlantico Rum cocktails at half price while also enjoying free Camacho Cigars. Read more.
Vodka Palooza, taking place Saturday from 2 - 6 PM. True connoisseurship, though, will be revealed during the blind tasting competition. Prizes include sunglasses, tees & hats.$5 entry fee. Read more.
Clubbing & fine dining don’t often go hand in hand, but recently opened South Beach lounge has lured chef Todd Erickson to its kitchen, where he creates organic small plates, food is served until 5am. Read more.
Gotham Steak has traded its tony upstairs dining room for a dimmer, clubbier Lounge, where a house DJ will now hold court nightly Wednesday through Saturday. Read more.
. If you get “Hands On in the Kitchen,” executive chef Danny Wells guides you and your date as you sip some wine and cook up one of his signature menu items. Read more.
Larry King’s bagel chain expands to Miami with a new South Beach outpost where NYC loyalists can load up on breakfast food made with “Brooklynized” water. Open 24 hours a day on weekends. Read more.
The 2 new spots share a bi-level space in Coconut Grove, with the ground floor Sushi Central obviously dedicated to the namesake Japanese food & the upstairs beer garden serving international brews. Read more.
Massive patties are made from all-natural Angus beef & stuffed into banh mi sandwiches (topped with pickled veggies & pork belly) or Uppity Cow burgers (lathered with brie & onion marmalade). Read more.
Why wait until the evening to get the Cinco de Mayo party started? The celebration takes place all day long, with 2-for-1 offers on burritos & margaritas. Go outside the patios, you'll find a live DJ Read more.
No better day during to indulge your love of hot pepper than Cinco de Mayo. The festivities run from 6 p.m. to 12 am, during which various chefs will create their own salsa using spicy ingredient. Read more.
Enjoy exquisite Italian fare, steak and seafood in a canopied courtyard setting, while hob-knobbing with local and visiting V.I.P.s. Read more.
Try Brazilian cocktails like the vodka, grape, tangerine, & ginger Samba, or the vodka, pineapple & rosemary Bossa Nova. On weekends, you can also see acrobatic dancers show off their moves. Read more.
On Saturday, pizza-making course at Spartico. You’ll learn all the basics before sitting down to enjoy your creation as part of a 4-course, wine-paired meal. $50. Call for reservations (required). Read more.
Spring Fling Dance - The retro, high-school style party -- which takes place Saturday, April 30th from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. -- benefits the Center’s education and outreach program. Read more.
Caters to high-brow social pursuits with a selection of hard-to-find mags, indie-press books, & high-design gift items. During the day, patrons can enjoy coffee, light fare, & free WiFi. Read more.
Tonight live performances by DJ Haitian Hillbilly & the Jacuzzi Boys, a fashion show by Miami designer Lorie Lester, food from Ms. Cheezious, & a mini-ramp skateboarding contest. Doors open at 10 PM. Read more.
As of this week, patrons at POC get a scratch ticket at the end of their meal, which they can redeem for a prize (cruises, iPads, Nintendo DS systems, gift cards) upon their next visit. Read more.
A brunch running from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. ($60 per person). Hit up the eggs benedict station, where you can adorn your breakfast classic with lump crabmeat or filet of beef. Plus, bottomless mimosas. Read more.
Uses only items from local farmers to create gazpacho & salad, which is followed by an organic Four Arrows strip steak with tomato marmalade. The final course is Piñero’s key lime crème brûlée. Read more.
Once you're seated, prepare to be wowed with rich dishes like a 28-ounce, oven-roasted veal T-bone and the inventive Challah If You Hear Me bread pudding. Read more.
Churning out elegant dishes like sous-vide octopus with fregola salad and duck-confit dumplings served alongside pan-seared foie gras. Don’t expect it to stay undiscovered for much longer. Read more.
n the blue-and-white space, chef Pedro Gallardo extends the Greek isle theme with a menu that includes oysters, saffron sea salt-coated salmon and 24-hour braised pork. Read more.
Now the revamped Key Biscayne restaurant feels decidedly fresh, with appetizers like coconut shrimp with “cotton candy” and pork belly skewers served with caramelized apples Read more.
All the beef is ranched in Virginia, where cattle can roam freely, are grass-fed (with native grass), aren't injected with hormones or antibiotics, and are never subjected to stress movements. Read more.
The small bites menu comes courtesy of Red Light chef and restaurateur Kris Wessel and consists of entertaining dishes like "Licky" Ribs and a Miami Empanada Box. Read more.
Tonight’s 5-course pairing dinner at Mercadito ($45, 8 pm) provides the opportunity to try the agave plant: mezcal. Enjoy the best dishes from Southern Mexico as well as 5 kinds of Del Maguey Mezcal. Read more.
The beach-front property features Hyde Beach, over 8,000 square feet of outdoor space and, of course, a pool. More than just a nice hotel, SLS boasts a superb restaurant and artful mixology. Read more.
Josh's Delicatessen & Appetizing is a no-frills deli, which serves up the most delicious Ruben sandwich this side of New York City. We're talking 14-day aged cured brisket with all the trimmings. Read more.
A 4,000-square-foot venue that puts an ironic spin on the neighborhood-dive-bar craze by elevating it to ostentatious new levels. Read more.
We recommend the signature 42-ounce Florentina porterhouse (carved masterfully tableside) or the risotto, which is guaranteed to make you weak in the knees. Read more.
Nouveau cuisine walks hand-in-hand with rustic French comfort food, and the atmosphere is both casual and comfortable. Read more.
A stylish but casual restaurant that offers tasty meatballs and sides, plus some delicious desserts. Read more.
The hearty Wagyu sliders are served on top of a freshly baked black-sesame-seed bun and topped with a “special sauce” which puts them in their own league when compared to traditional “sliders.” Read more.
Hungry? The burgers include an eight-ounce Mustang Sally (wagyu, brie & prosciutto) & the 10-ounce Thunder Road (smoked bacon, bourbon BBQ sauce and “skinny” fries). Read more.
The space is as huge and versatile as the menu offerings.Along with burgers, there are also pizzas, wings and other Italian offerings. Save room for a Cannoli or a gelato milkshake. Read more.
Find cooked-to-order Black Angus burgers, loaded hot dogs, and so-thick-they’re-called-“concrete” vanilla custard milkshakes. There’s even beer, selected to pair well with burgers, on tap. Read more.
The breakfast, lunch and dinner menus feature a combination of modern American fare and brasserie comfort food. The lobster bisque and the New York strip top our list. Read more.
Accessible by land or by sea, Whiskey Joe’s boasts a massive, tiki-covered terrace, twinkle lights, and a stage for live music. Read more.
Diners can expect fresh, sustainable seafood as well as antibiotic-free meat. Whether you sit outside on the gorgeous patio-lounge, or opt for the cozier inside digs, you're in for a treat. Read more.
Burgers include “The King James” burger: American Kobe, topped with red onion marmalade, creamy brie cheese and pork belly confit with a truffle aioli. Read more.
Reserve a private dining room and dazzle your girl. Then, choose from over 190 handpicked wines and champagnes from around the world Read more.
Its new spring menu was unveiled just this week. All of the dishes amount to less than 475 calories with standouts including the grilled lamb t-bone and a Tasmanian trout. Read more.
Not only will you get exceptional value but variety as well.The chef has created themed menus that give guests the chance to enjoy four different Miami Spice menus that rotate weekly. Read more.
find dishes like the New Yorker burger (a 10-ounce patty with pancetta, eggplant and pepperoni) and barbecue ribs served Kansas City-style. Read more.
The main courses include beef and fish dishes, which vary depending on the week. Each dish is served with a side dish or two and delectable sauces. Get the chocolate-chili mousse for dessert. Read more.
Even the staunchest fish loathers will delight in the fish katsu with ginger-cream sauce, wok-fired shitake mushrooms, baby bok choy and toasted sesame seeds. Read more.
If you like your corn nuts Peruvian-style and your bottle service artisanal, hit up Blacksmith Saloon -- a low-key Friday night pop-up inside The Well. Read more.
The lunch and dinner menu are both varied and interesting and we're especially looking forward to the bakery's breakfast sandwiches as well as the raw bar and the tandoori lobster. Read more.
Fans all along the coast know his thin, crispy crusts, meatballs and coal-roasted sandwiches. If you have yet to try his pizza, go, go right now. Bonus: this location has a full bar. Read more.
An upscale, Moscow-infused bar with a real sing-like-you-mean-it attitude. Toss the over-sized remote for an iPad, order some actual cocktails and get your backup dancers ready (yes, really). Read more.
We love the El Loko Kalliente (grilled jalapenos, melted spicy pepper-jack and smoky chipotle mayo) and the New York dog (deli mustard, sauerkraut and sautéed onions). Read more.
Chef Hiroyuki "Zama" Tanaka, an apprentice of Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, expands his burgeoning sushi bar business to South Beach with the opening of Tanaka at the Shelborne hotel. Read more.
The pizza is hand tossed and the pasta is freshly made in house. But it’s Vapiano’s “chip card” system that's interesting. It keeps track of your orders so you can try out new dishes with every visit. Read more.
Rio Station offers over 200 beers all for $4 a piece. And best yet, they’ve added food like empanadas, paninis and gyros to the menu. Read more.