See that neon sign in the above photo? That was our reaction upon trying the food at K Ramen. Burger. Beer. The new South Beach eatery located under the Townhouse Hotel is cute, but don’t let the casual and kawaii vibe fool you: They take their food seriously. The best part? K Ramen delivers both quality and value — a pairing you don’t see often on the beach.
It took a little over seven months, but we found it: our favorite meal of 2016 (so far). A temporary pop up at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Pizza & Burger has a permanent place in our hearts.
This summer concept at Michael Mina 74 combines two things we love — guess which two — and improves on them exponentially. While the vibe is relaxed and casual like your traditional backyard gathering, the food is some next-level deliciousness.
When Downtown Dadeland favorite Barley closed in February due to leasing issues, we knew Chef Jorgie Ramos wouldn’t waste any time finding a new space for his classic American comfort food restaurant. The talented chef fought tooth and nail to keep the place open despite major landlord issues over the years.
Now, Barley has a new landlord and a new Downtown Dadeland location that’s set to open later this year. Until then, Chef Ramos is keeping busy with a new pizza and oyster pop-up concept: Faith and Pizza. After checking out the Italian gastropub/raw bar a few weeks back, you can consider us converted.
If you haven’t noticed, we go out to eat a lot. It’s sometimes hard to keep track of the best spots we’ve visited each month (and week and day). That’s why we’ve decided to put together a monthly list of our top picks. You can expect restaurants both young and old on this list — we’re always discovering new spots on our foodie adventures.
Here are our top picks for April 2016. Read more
Bazi, the modern Asian-inspired restaurant within the Marlin Hotel, has just made your Sunday nights a lot more interesting. This past Sunday, the Miami Beach eatery from the team behind Macchialina (one of our favorite restaurants ever) launched a new weekly special: Shanghai Nights.
Every Sunday this spring, guests can enjoy an assortment of Chinese classics for just $10. Yes, just $10. On the beach, that’s unheard of for a restaurant of this caliber. Which is why you need to make a reservation and go.