Jun 12

Watch the World Cup at these Miami hot spots (because drink specials)

KINGS Dining & Entertainment, 3450 Northwest 83rd Ave., Suite 152, Doral

    Watch the World Cup at these Miami hot spots (because drink specials)
    For a truly multi-cultural experience, make Española Way your go-to spot for watching World Cup matches. You'll enjoy authentic Mexican dishes at Oh, Mexico!, Brazilian fare at Boteco Copacabana, Spanish flavors at Tapas y Tintos, and more. Plus, you'll save 20% when you download the locals-only Apple Wallet discount card.
    http://www.miami.com

Jun 11

Take dad to one of these Miami restaurants for Father’s Day. And you better not make him pay.

3450 NW 83rd Ave., Ste. 152, Doral

    Take dad to one of these Miami restaurants for Father's Day. And you better not make him pay.
    Does Dad really need another tie in his collection? Seriously, the guy's been there for you through everything, it's time you showed him some real appreciation. How about this year, you spring for a nice meal and some real quality time? Here is where you can take dad in Miami.
    http://www.miami.com

May 30

Post a pic, take a bite: Here are 33 of Miami’s prettiest desserts

KINGS Dining & Entertainment Doral, 3450 Northwest 83rd Ave. Suite 152, Doral

El Cielo, 31 SE 5th St., Miami

    Post a pic, take a bite: Here are 33 of Miami's prettiest desserts
    Styled after the classic Japanese savory Toban Yaki, this sweet and light treat only looks decadent. Made with fresh berries presented in a warm white-chocolate-passionfruit custard and topped with a scoop of mango sorbet, this shareable and snap-able dessert won't break your beach bod diet.
    http://www.miami.com

Mar 26

No plans for Easter brunch? Our guide will lead you to eggs, mimosas and more

11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Bulla Gastrobar, 5335 NW 87th Ave., Doral

    Celebrate Easter with eggs, mimosas and more at these restaurants
    Pastels, the beginning of spring, bunnies and brunch - these are all things associated with Easter. But with this list of where to eat on Easter, we're sneaking in a few dinner options, too. Peruse the list and plan your April 1 outing.
    http://www.miami.com

Mar 23

New York City’s best-known gyros, Halal Guys, opening in two Miami-area cities

The Halal Guys started as hot dog vendors on the corner of West 53rd and 6th Avenue in New York City, but soon switched to halal meals (meaning they are prepared according...

    New York City's best-known gyros, Halal Guys, opening in two Miami-area cities
    New York City's beloved Halal Guys gyros are coming to Miami. The famously visible street carts, with yellow-and-red umbrellas, dot every corner in Manhattan, and now they will be opening two restaurants in the Miami area, the franchisee said. A South Miami restaurant, at 5966 S.
    http://www.miami.com

Mar 22

Cuban Coffee 101: Everything to know about ordering coffee in Miami

Chicos, 4070 W. 12th Ave., Hialeah, 305-556-8907

Molina’s, 4090 E. 8th Ave., Hialeah, 305-693-0806

    Cuban coffee 101: Everything to know about how to order coffee in Miami
    Miami runs on coffee - but don't come here looking for that tall, non-fat latte with a caramel drizzle. Cuban coffee is the center of our universe. Don't call it an espresso, either. Whipping spoonfuls of sugar into those first few of drops of freshly brewed café forms the syrupy goodness that makes café cubano the original Red Bull.
    http://www.miami.com

Mar 20

Miami Beach club can reopen after horse incident. But it will have to pay.

Mokai, 235 23rd St., got its business license yanked after the city cited animal cruelty laws and a threat to public safety.

    Miami Beach club can reopen after horse incident. But it will have to pay.
    A South Beach club that was shut down after someone rode a horse into the place will get to reopen - with some conditions. An agreement on Monday between the city of Miami Beach and the club, and approved by a special master, gives Mokai permission to reopen.
    http://www.miami.com

Feb 27

This is the most extensive, out-of-control list of happy hours in Miami. You are welcome.

736 1st Street, Miami Beach; www.sakura736.com

5241 NW 87th Avenue, Doral, FL 33178; www.dragonflyrestaurants.com/doral-florida

This article has 2 other Hialeah locations (Show)

5335 Northwest 87th Avenue C102, Doral, FL 33178; bullagastrobar.com/locations/doral

3450 Northwest 83rd Avenue #152, Doral, FL 33122; www.kings-de.com/miami-doral

    This is the most extensive, out-of-control list of happy hours in Miami. You are welcome.
    The first restaurant to bring authentic Nikkei cuisine to South Beach (that is, a blend of Japanese cuisine and Peruvian ingredients), Sakura 736 has become a popular hangout for both tourists and locals. Visit between 5-8 p.m.
    http://www.miami.com

Feb 26

Are you ready to put a ring on it? These are great places to propose in South Florida

31 SE 5th St., Miami; www.elcielorestaurant.com

    Are you ready to put a ring on it? These are great places to propose in Miami.
    Whether you and your partner have built your relationship over a shared love of wine, theater, travel or karaoke, you can find plenty of places in Miami that provide the ultimate romantic setting for any kind of love story. From upscale bougie to rooftop views, here are some of our favorite spots for popping the question.
    http://www.miami.com

Feb 21

Yelp just named these five Miami-area restaurants among Top 100

2596 W 84th St., Hialeah

    Yelp just named these five Miami-area restaurants among Top 100
    Two Miami-area restaurants have been named among the top 10 in Yelp's annual Top 100 Places to Eat for 2018. The highest on the list at No. 6 was Mr. and Mrs. Bun, a mom-and-pop Peruvian sandwich shop in west Kendall. At No. 8 is longtime Coral Gables Italian restaurant Fratellino.
    http://www.miami.com

Feb 12

Presidents’ Day Weekend in Miami means traffic hell. Here’s how to survive.

...the Rickenbacker Causeway (where you’ll hit boat show traffic); a good alternative is taking 836 West and then 27th Avenue south to the festival. You can also take Metrorail to the...

    Presidents' Day Weekend in Miami means traffic hell. Here's how to survive
    Presidents' Day Weekend - traditionally known as Those Three Days You Probably Shouldn't Leave Your House Or You'll Spend Them In Your Car - is looming. And we need to be ready. We're used to busy periods in Miami. There's Art Basel. Ultra Music Festival.
    http://www.miami.com

Feb 09

Miami ladies can celebrate Galentine’s Day with free cocktails and happy hour deals

Doral: 5335 NW 87th Ave. C102, Doral; 305-260-6543

    Miami ladies can celebrate Galentine's Day with free cocktails and happy hour deals
    Valentine's Day may traditionally be about romance, but we believe love in all its forms should be celebrated. We also believe in finding food and cocktail specials to help us do it. This year, show your best gal pals how much you love them with the perfect Galentine's Day girls' night out, paired with the best drink-and-dine deals happening in Miami on Feb.
    http://www.miami.com

Feb 08

Los 5 conciertos que no te puedes perder en febrero

En dónde: The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater (1700 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Tel. 305.674.7300).

    5 conciertos que no te puedes perder en Miami durante el mes de febrero
    Miami es una meca musical y este mes así lo ratifica. Entre su agitada agenda de conciertos, elegimos 5 que se alzan entre los más divertidos. Y te explicamos por qué. Aunque se le conoce como el "Piano de América", este maestro argentino es todo un showman capaz de armar una parranda interminable con su teclado.
    http://www.miami.com

Jan 11

Bored of the same old beer? Try these new local craft brews

726 NE Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale

    Toast the New Year with these new South Florida craft brews
    You'll have to wait until April for these four, new brews. However, Carnival Cruise Line recently hosted an event on its Carnival Vista brewery to announce them. They'll be served at the Guy's Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse/Brewhouse on the Carnival Horizon, based out of Miami.
    http://www.miami.com

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