Generator is finally open on Miami Beach! We’ve driven past the building on 31st Street and Collins Avenue countless times wondering when it would finally be operational. Well, the first U.S. outpost of the European hostel chain is here, and guests have one heck of a restaurant on the ground floor: The Jim and Neesie.
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.
In the summer of 2013, Imbibe Magazine and Campari joined forces to launch Negroni Week, a celebration of one of the world’s greatest, Napoli-born cocktails and an effort to raise money for charitable causes around the world. Bars and restaurants across the U.S. (and some around the world) will be mixing up their favorite Negroni variations and donating a portion of proceeds from each one sold to a charity of their choice.
On the intersection of Washington Avenue and 1st Street in Miami Beach, Top Chef winner Jeremy Ford has set up shop with his first post-Matador Room venture: Stubborn Seed. It’s the first of two restaurants we can expect from the nationally renowned chef and Grove Bay Hospitality (the team behind Glass & Vine and other local favorites).
The South of Fifth space that once housed Tiramesu has been transformed into an inviting showcase for Chef Ford’s masterful menu, which lives up to its goal of taking honest ingredients and elevating them to a whole new level. Diners are in for a treat.
La Moderna is elevating their cocktail game with a new negroni menu. Now offering four different takes on the classic drink, the Sunset Harbour eatery continues to be one of our favorite spots for creative concoctions and great Italian food.