We’re always up for a good brunch: It’s always nice to unwind with good food, good drinks and good company before the work week restarts. That’s why you should consider Cecconi’s for your next weekend feast. At $65, the lavish brunch is a steal. You can spend twice as much elsewhere and get half the food — no thanks.
Italian restaurants are a dime a dozen. It’s not uncommon to stumble across one every block or so in the major neighborhoods across Miami. Which is why finding a good one can be difficult. We’ll make your decision simple: If you’re looking to make the most of your carbs, head on over to Dolce Italian for fantastic Italian fare.
To think that it’s been over a month since South Beach Wine & Food Festival came and went — time flies. Each year, the festival brings together some of the best chefs in the country (and world) for a food-filled week in the sun, and this year was no different. Here’s a look back at some of this year’s fun events.
We’re no strangers to The Dutch, the cool American restaurant inside W South Beach. Over the years, we’ve popped in for Miami Spice, summer barbecues and a bevy of other special events. It’s been a while since our last visit, though, and things have changed for the better since Chef Josh Gripper took over as Executive Chef late last year.
His name should be familiar to anyone who knows anything about the local food scene. He oversaw the pastry program at The Dutch and is now trying his hand at savory fare — with fantastic results.
When we last wrote about Cleo, we were blown away by the quality of the food — we couldn’t scarf down the dips, shawarma and other Mediterranean fare fast enough. The restaurant has since gone through a revamp, and it’s back and better than ever. We went in with big expectations, and the Redbury establishment did not disappoint. Days later, we were still enjoying our leftovers.