I have been trying to get out to this place for a while. They always come up on the list of great happy hours in Miami so I was so glad to finally go, even if t wasn’t happy hour!
Oh. My. Goodness. Everything here was melt in your mouth heavenly tasting. Tapas style small plates that are meant to be shared. Chef recommends 2-3 dishes per person.
There are times I wish I can be irresponsible and spend the whole day at Misfit pounding happy hour cocktail after cocktail, but then I’d be drunk. Worse, I’d be wasted. So I can’t do that.
Vapiano is known for its pasta and its semi-upscale dining experience. It is a place where poor students like me can afford to be fancy without poking a hole in my wallet.
It’s that time of year again, Miami Memorial Day Weekend is back and this year it’s actually going to be dope. We’ve spent some time looking at some must attend events and it looks like the good folks at Headliner Market Group got this on lock, again.
This vegan restaurant is fairly new in Sobe. We wanted something healthy and different from the normal burger and steaks so we said, why not. Let’s give this place a try and it didn’t disappoint.
There’s something special about Elmer’s. By the looks of the restaurant and the menu, you’d think you just found a local version of Denny’s.
The legendary club set to re-open at the “Wonderland Miami” space. Combining the best of Miami nightlife and top cabaret performers, Gold Rush is throwing an epic Miami Music Week closing party on Sunday March 25th.
Lights. Beautiful people. Trendy food. Celebrities. Fancy cars. This is the epitome of what Catch LA is all about. It’s a scene at this restaurant and so many people want to be a part of it. It’s usually a headache to get a res, and when you do, you don’t want to let it go.
Drinks were ordered 4 of us had champagne which was Tattinger. Others in our group had cocktails. We had a seafood tower to start made up of lobster, Alaskan crab, ceviche and ginormous shrimps.