Let’s face the facts: Dining out can be an expensive experience. Thanks to Miami Spice, though, it doesn’t have to be. You can easily dine at some of the city’s best restaurants for a fraction of the cost for two months. As a diner, it’s in your best interests to pick places normally out of your price range. For us, one of those places is Alter.
Breakfast is often considered the most important meal of the day. For us, it’s also our favorite meal of the day — so much so that we’re totally up for eating it at all times of day. Unfortunately, around-the-clock breakfast is a rare sight in Miami outside of Denny’s, IHOP and other choice spots; these places aren’t exactly high quality, though. You know what is? Laid Fresh.
There’s no shortage of Italian restaurants in Miami. You can find a bunch in just about every neighborhood. But here’s the thing: They’re not all good. Sette Osteria is good — heck, it’s great. At first glance, the menu might seem like the usual stuff you can find anywhere else, but Sette Osteria does them all so well. By the end of our meal, we were beyond satisfied. And you will be, too.
Since we last wrote about Mason Eatery, a lot has changed. Last year, the Midtown restaurant closed temporarily for a revamp. Much — but not all — of the casual diner fare is gone, and more sophisticated dishes have made their way onto the menu. As a result, diners get the best of both worlds.
When Federal Donuts closed earlier this year, we were bummed. Not just because we lost some great donuts, but also because we lost some damn good fried chicken. Thankfully, Le Chick in Wynwood — just a stone’s throw away from FedNuts — is doing an exceptional job filling that void (and more).