Time flies: It’s been almost 10 years since Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill opened its doors in Midtown Miami. Since then, the restaurant has expanded to two other cities and shows no signs of slowing down. Despite this growth, Sugarcane hasn’t forgotten its roots. To celebrate the 305, the eatery has put together a limited-time ‘Made in Dade’ menu that features favorites from its early days plus some new additions. Don’t delay: You only have until April 15 to enjoy these delights.
April 14, 2017
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On March 21st, top tennis stars and chefs converged at the W South Beach for one of our favorite parties of the year: Taste of Tennis. The event, which celebrated its 2nd year, helped kick off the Miami Open tennis tournament in Key Biscayne.
Earlier this week, Taste of Tennis Miami presented by Citi brought chefs, athletes and the community together for an unforgettable poolside party. The inaugural event marked the start of the Miami Open in Key Biscayne, which runs until April 5.
Common Threads, a national non-profit organization fighting childhood obesity by teaching kids healthy cooking skills, is taking over Miami with its inaugural Cooking for Life Festival on April 17-19. The weekend-long fest, which features acclaimed chefs from the 305 and abroad, will provide many fun-filled opportunities to celebrate healthy cooking.