Thursdays can be relatively low-key (especially when you have 9-5 jobs like us), but at Phuc Yea, they’re anything but. The Vietnamese-Cajun restaurant turns up on Thursdays with fun drinks and oyster specials that help us forget the workweek. Instead of counting down to the weekend, you’ll be counting down to Tiki Thursdays.
When we last visited Burlock Coast Seafare and Spirits at The Ritz-Carlton in Fort Lauderdale, we were all about their dinner offerings. This time, we’re all about their bottomless brunch. Don’t let the Seafare in the name fool you: There’s so much more to the menu than meets the eye — and brunch is the perfect example.
Fried Oysters from The Typsy Mermaid in Coconut Grove.
This is pretty little Tulip! She is 7 years old and partially blind, but that doesn’t stop her from getting around. She gets along with other dogs… but tends to be a leader. And she LOVES the boys! For more information on this precious pug, visit her adoption page.
#FindMeAHomeFriday is a campaign by Compassionate Pug Rescue and Miami Food Pug to help South Florida pugs find a forever home. Each Friday in June, we will be photoshopping a rescue pug available for adoption into an MFP food picture. For more details on the original campaign, visit the campaign page.
Oyster fans have a new Miami eatery to visit and dig into their favorite mollusk: Midtown Oyster Bar. Helmed by Angelo Masarin of Salumeria 104 fame, MOB brings an exceptional — and extensive — New England oyster menu to the bustling Midtown Miami neighborhood; touches of Mediterranean and Latin influence have been brought along for the ride as well. We had a chance to try out some of the menu and speak with Masarin himself about the new concept.
After a week of dreadful, ugly weather, the skies cleared up this past weekend just in time for the Hess Select South Beach Seafood Festival. On Saturday, I headed down to the beach to see what some of Miami’s best restaurants had to offer in the way of seafood.