An unforgettable brunch requires four things: good people, good food, good drinks and a good view. At Burlock Coast Seafare & Spirits, you bring the people and they’ll take care of the rest. The Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale eatery is one place we don’t mind traveling to for a stellar experience. It’s a trek from Miami, but boy, is it worth every penny.
2018 has been quite the year for Downtown Miami. The only-crowded-during-business-hours neighborhood is shedding its reputation of being a ghost town after 6 p.m. with a slew of notable culinary additions. The latest to join the lineup is Pez, a spacious restaurant that fuses Mexican and Mediterranean influences into “Baja-Med” cuisine.
When we hang out on South Beach, It’s usually above 12th Street and Washington Avenue. There’s really nothing to draw us any further south, except for maybe a few spots in SoFi. Scratch that: There used to be nothing.
Thanks to Minnow Bar at Kimpton Angler’s Hotel, that’s all changed. Here, Chef Julian Garriga and Bar Chief Chris Resnick are putting out some of our favorite bites and cocktails in all of Miami Beach. If you’re a fan of good drinks and good seafood, you’re in for a good time.
When we think of Kendall, good food isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. You always see South Beach, Wynwood, Brickell and other neighborhoods getting all the attention — never Kendall.
It’s a shame that the neighborhood is often overlooked, as there are several hidden gems to be found throughout the community. Devon Seafood & Steak is one of them.
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.