For budget-conscious diners, Miami Spice lunches are the way to go: You can enjoy three menu selections for $23. That’s a heck of a savings, especially when it comes to upscale establishments like Novikov. The Downtown Miami restaurant’s Asian cuisine can get pricey, but thanks to Miami Spice, foodies of all budgets can indulge in some awesome dumplings and rolls for lunch.
When it comes to restaurants, Downtown Miami’s reputation isn’t exactly pristine. The place is practically a ghost town after work; many restaurants are only open for lunch because dinner crowds can be few and far between. It takes a high-quality restaurant to survive an evening in Downtown Miami.
Based on our recent dining experience, Novikov is here to stay.
Summer is finally here, and so is National Picnic Month. Miami’s tropical weather and stunning waterfront views lend itself to the perfect setting for picnics.
With a variety of restaurants and shops easily accessible to your picnic location, why settle for boring homemade sandwiches and snacks? Add a little flavor to your next picnic with fun items from these South Florida hot spots.
A few weeks back, we wrote a preview of DBGB, the Daniel Boulud pop-up that’s residing inside Downtown Miami’s db Bistro Moderne. Known for its Americana fare like housemade sausages, giant burgers, and lots and lots of beer, the New York/D.C. restaurant is taking over the 305 now through July 31.
This marks the second year that DBGB has made an appearance at db Bistro, and the first year we get to savor these items. After recently checking out the menu and stuffing our faces, we’re hoping DBGB opens a Miami outpost very soon.
On Sunday, April 26, the Arts + Entertainment District will be hosting the “Spring Harvest Festival” from 10 a.m.-2 p.m at North Miami Avenue and 14th Street. The celebration, produced by Miami-based developer NR Investments and The Market Company, offers a variety of attractions perfect for a weekend family outing.