Tamara’s Bistro is getting a revamp that will provide guests with a delicious tour of France all from your seat at the National Hotel in Miami Beach.
I am a firm believer that the best way to learn about a culture is through it’s food. And Miami Culinary Tours helps achieve that. Flawlessly.
Munching on popcorn will never be the same for me again.
Ain’t no running from this pig… only running to it.
Source: Swine Southern Table & Bar
Kokai Sushi & Lounge is the new kid on the block in that everyone should be friends with. Seriously.
I think it is safe to say that we all love Grubhub, but let’s be honest… sometimes we are craving more than what that local Asian joint around the corner can provide. There are days where we crave a “Real Juicy Cheeseburger” from Blue Collar or the ever-so-delightful Oxtail Pizza from Proof Pizza & Pasta.
Well, foodies — you, me, and the rest of Miami is in luck, because Caviar is in town to rock your lunch (and dinner) options.
We all love tacos. We all love Asian food. Fortunately for us, Box of Chacos is bring us the best of both worlds one mile at a time.
Box of Chacos is a food truck whose mission is to serve South Florida with one-of-a-kind Asian-fusion tacos.
At the helm? Chef David Peck, whose culinary background includes working at Mark’s Las Olas, Nobu Dallas, Nove Italiano, Tap 42, and Morada Bay Beach Café (where he served as their executive chef).
Earlier this year, the familia decided to visit Star and Mr. Puerto Rico up in Jacksonville, FL. The purpose of the trip? Father’s birthday.
While we were there, we did a few touristy JAX things and went to Savannah, GA (but that’s a whole other story).
One of the food highlights of the trip? We we visited Hawkers Asian Street Fare, which is a Asian-fusion tapas restaurant that also has a location in Orlando.
To be honest, we ordered so many things that I am unsure of what exactly we ordered, so I’ll just show you the stuff I liked. Continue reading Food Review: Hawkers Asian Street Fare
Last November I was celebrating my 20-something-ith birthday and my dear friend, The Intern, wanted to wine and dine me on the condition that I wrote about our dinner. I mean, how could I resist.
So my resto of choice? Kush Wynwood (powered by the good folks of Lokal). As to be expected, there was a good amount of people already dining there when The Intern and I showed up, so we were given a number and asked to wait at a little place they called The/La Botanica two doors down.
For months I had been hearing that the guacamole at Rosa Mexicano is the bees freaking knees. The way people depicted it made it seem heaven sent from the avocado gods. With all the talk, how could I NOT go and check it out. I should probably note that I am not the biggest guacamole lover (but in no way am I a hater).