We don’t mind driving for good food, and the trek to North Miami for Captain Jim’s is totally worth it. This seafood market and restaurant offers a wide array of fresh fish and other delicious selections that will have your taste buds jumping for joy.
North Miami BrewFest is a one-day festival featuring some of the best breweries in South Florida and their unique, varied creations. Their mission: to contribute to brewing science education and innovation for the craft brew industry, brewpubs and home brew organizations.
On November 16, guests will be able to sample more than 200 different beers. The event will also include educational seminars delivered by faculty and top industry experts who share expertise and a passion for brewing and the science behind it.
When people have asked us for restaurant recommendations lately, we’ve been finding ourselves naming more and more restaurants from 79th street and the surrounding areas. With new spots like The Anderson, PINCH Kitchen and Antica Mare opening in the neighborhood, NOT bringing up MiMo/El Portal/Ironside/Upper East Side (or whatever you want to call it) in culinary conversation is a glaring omission.
But before all these new spots started coming in, there was Mina’s Mediterraneo. The restaurant, which specializes in Middle Eastern cuisine, has been serving up Turkish, Greek, Spanish, French and Italian flavors since 2013 — pretty good for a Miami restaurant. It wasn’t until just this year, however, that we discovered this local favorite. Shame on us because the food is exceptional.
When we think of neighborhoods with good food, Shorecrest has typically been at the bottom of the list. Scratch that: it’s been nowhere on the list. But with recent additions like Pinch Kitchen and The Anderson in Shorecrest/El Portal/Mimo/Upper Eastside/whatever you want to call it, that whole area around the 79th Causeway is transforming into quite the foodie destination.
Antica Mare, with its delicious Italian offerings, should help bolster the neighborhood’s culinary identity even further. Read more
The next time you find yourself in North Miami, do your stomach a favor and stop at Oishi Thai. We don’t usually head up to North Miami, but a Flywheel class was calling our name and we have to maintain these bodacious blogger bods somehow. Fortunately, the Flywheel gym is in the same shopping center as Oishi Thai, so we headed right over with fellow foodies after our fun exercise session.