Chuy’s Doral: A Tex-Mex Treasure

Big portions: Those are the two words that immediately come to mind upon seeing our food at Chuy’s, the new Tex-Mex spot in Doral. Big flavors: Those are the other two words that come to mind upon taking our first bite. If you know us, you know we love tacos and burritos. And now we love Chuy’s.

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Icebox Cafe Opens in CityPlace Doral

Earlier this year, CityPlace Doral opened to the public and brought a bevy of dining, shopping and entertainment options to the city. One of those new restaurants was Icebox Cafe. Known for its globally inspired American cuisine, Icebox Cafe in CityPlace Doral builds upon its South Beach sibling’s success by complementing its extensive menu with a beautiful two-floor layout to ensure you have a fun night out at CPD.

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The Doral Food Tour: A Recap

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After two successful Coral Gables Food Tours with Coral Gables Love, we all decided to switch things up for the next one. The result: our first-ever Doral Food Tour. Earlier this week, diners got a chance to explore Downtown Doral and become more familiar with this up-and-coming foodie neighborhood.

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Wag Wednesday: César González & Bocas

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Since starting the blog, we’ve interviewed many members of the hospitality industry, and one constant among the interviewees has been a profound love for their pets. We thought it would be great to share this love with our readers.

That’s why we launched an ongoing feature called “Wag Wednesday” to showcase industry peeps and their pets. Know someone who wants to be featured? Email us at bark@miamifoodpug.com.

This week, we’re featuring César González, Owner of Bocas House and Bocas Grill, and his Boston terrier, Bocas. Read more

Bocas House: More Than Just Milkshakes

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If you’re local and on Instagram, odds are you’ve heard of Bocas House or seen their larger-than-life milkshakes. These decadent desserts are always popping up on social media, and the restaurant’s 100,000+ following is a testament to their popularity. But here’s what you might not be as familiar with: the rest of the menu.

Yes, the milkshakes will get you in the door — they’re worth every penny — but you’ll stay for the Venezuelan and Peruvian fare.

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