Icebox Cafe – the well known health-conscious Lincoln Road eatery made famous by Oprah for their delectable desserts – has relocated to Sunset Harbour, and we paid them a visit to get the scoop on their upgraded menu items and restaurant design that’s sure to attract a new wave of customers.
By law, stone crabs are strictly harvested from October 15 to May 15, which means there are only a few days left to gorge on the delicate (and pricy) crustaceans until next Fall. Already, Joe’s Stone Crab is shuttered, albeit temporarily. The iconic restaurant closed down for a few days this morning and will reopen on May 15 for a
California’s famous burger joint Umami Burger, makes its way to Miami with a local twist on their savory burgers, sides and delicious cocktails. Owner Adam Fleischman breaks down the umami philosophy and why their burgers are so irresistible.
Tired of the huge crowds and mega club-scene that has become South Beach, try Radio Bar for a change of pace. It’s the sleekest and coziest dive bar we’ve seen across the bridge that caters to everyone with great signature cocktails, guest DJs, games and popcorn. Yes, popcorn served upon arrival.
This weekend is shaping up to be another busy, drunken bacchanal in Miami. Between clambakes, Kentucky Derby viewing parties and the tequila-soaked Cinco de Mayo festivities, there shouldn’t be a sober person in the 305. Of course, if you do need to be serious, there’s also some campaigning and baby-kissing taking place this weekend, too. The party starts on Friday,
There was much hoopla involved with the debut of the latest Whole Foods in North Miami. Bands, giveaways and even an appearance by outgoing North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre. And all of that happened by 8 a.m. By the time I got to the Biscayne Boulevard location, around 11 a.m., it was still a mob scene and parking was scarcer
Actress Julianne Hough attended the Condé Nast Traveler Hot List Party at the SLS Hotel South Beach. sbe founder Sam Nazarian and Condé Nast Traveler’s Vice President & Publisher Carolyn Kremins were also in attendance to celebrate the 17th annual list that includes over 154 new hotels featuring the best in hospitality and overall service.