Bazaar Mar: Brickell’s New Seafood Destination

We’ve been food bloggers for almost three years now, and there’s one meal that stays with us: dinner at The Bazaar by José Andrés. Not only was it a feast for our taste buds, but it was also a feast for our eyes. When it comes to presentation and flavor, the Spanish restaurant holds nothing back.

Bazaar Mar, the chef’s latest Bazaar concept, continues this playfulness with a focus on seafood. The plates are just as vibrant, the cocktails are just as inventive, and the ambiance is just as playful as its sister property. Here, dinner is more than a meal — it’s an experience.

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The Doral Food Tour: A Recap

Doral Food Tour - Pisco Y Nazca

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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STK Miami: Downtown Gets a Modern Steakhouse

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With over a dozen locations and many more in the works, STK is doing something right. The steakhouse recently double downed in Miami, opening a second location in Downtown. If you’ve been to the South Beach outpost, you already know what to expect: quality American fare and a fun vibe.

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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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Pinch Kitchen: A New Weekend Brunch Favorite

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What’s better than Sunday brunch? Saturday AND Sunday brunch. Pinch Kitchen in the budding El Portal district takes our favorite Sunday tradition and extends it through the weekend for two days of indulgence.

When Chefs John Gallo and Rene Reyes are together in the kitchen, their culinary wizardry knows no bounds. And their mastery of flavors, textures and presentation has resulted in what we consider one of our favorite brunches and one of the best in town.

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