Dining out can get expensive. This is especially true now that Miami Spice is over. Where have all the good deals gone? One of them has gone to Cantina La Veinte in Brickell, where guests can indulge in a satisfying three-course lunch for just $25. It’s a bargain that you won’t find anywhere else.
When we first set out to write this story, we expected Cake Thai Zap Elee — the latest concept from Chef Phuket “Cake” Thongsodchareondee — to stick around for a while. We knew it would be short-lived — it was a pop-up after all — but we never expected it to shut down almost as quickly as it opened inside B Bistro + Bakery.
Alas, all good things come to an end. Cake Thai Zap Elee may be gone, but it’s definitely not forgotten. If anything, this post will serve as yet another reason to check out Cake’s amazing food.
Brickell is one of the those neighborhoods filled with restaurants. Every few steps, there’s an eatery right in front of you. So when a new restaurant opens up, it’s tough to get people’s attention — there’s just so much competition.
Obra is one of those restaurants that shouldn’t have any problems making its presence known. The food at this new Brickell hot spot from Venezuelan chef Carlos Garcia speaks volumes.
Brunch is all about good food and good vibes. At Fi’lia, these two essentials are everywhere during its weekend brunch service. Served Saturdays and Sundays, the Brickell restaurant’s brunch is setting the bar for a memorable mid-day meal.
Last month, we spoiled ourselves with tacos in San Diego. It seemed like a good decision at the time, but trying our favorite Mexican dish over on the West Coast made us realize what we were missing over here in Miami. There’s no comparison: San Diego tacos — especially fish tacos — just taste better.
Coming back to South Florida, we weren’t sure we’d find anything close to the quality we experienced. Pilo’s Street Tacos in Brickell proved us wrong.