Miami is known for its gorgeous views - from palm trees to shorelines. Thecity has been plastered throughout a variety of films and shows as thispinup paradise. But sometimes the most beautiful sights in Miami can befound on its farms and fields, where fresh produce, flowers, and tropicalfruits dot the landscape. Harpke Family Farms does not have those expansivefields to farm, but instead offers some of the best local organicmicrogreens and edible flowers on an urban farm in Dania Beach.
Saturday September 15 marks the first day of National Hispanic HeritageMonth. One of the sweetest ways to celebrate the beloved culture is comingat us through a limited time partnership between The Salty Donut and HavanaClub Rum — the real one.
Did you know September is National Bourbon Month? We’ve been doing our fairshare of drinking over the last two weeks and are finally ready to sharewhere you should be headed to celebrate the rest of the month!
Miami’s transient character has long since been established. There is aconsequential trait that has become imperative to anyone wishing to survivehere: adaptability. della bowls in Wynwood Yard has embraced said qualitywith new vigor as they introduce their collaborative #HungryHarvestBowlfor the month of September.
College football season is back, and that can only mean one thing: itstailgate time! Win or lose, one of the best parts about any given game dayis the tailgating, and Floridians do it best. Make sure that if you’rerooting for one of the top State Schools, you are prepared with thefollowing tailgate essentials for each team.
There’s one more month left of Miami Spice. Unless you’ve been living undera rock, you already know that means there’s over 200 restaurants all overMiami where you can score a 3-course lunch for just $23.
Another long holiday weekend, means more gatherings with friends andfamily. Chances are you're going to have a sweet tooth or two to satisfy.Everybody loves bite size desserts and easy desserts are loved even more.Check out these no bake cheesecake bites that can be whipped up in a matterof minutes!
One of the most exciting things about the booming restaurant scene in Miamiis how easy it is to dine out often without ever repeating a restaurant.This week we're revisiting a few spots that are always worth the hype, evenif they've been out of the spotlight lately.
Whether you're looking for a cheat day treat or a way to celebrate the backto school with the kids, ice cream is a go to delight for so many of us.Ice cream is one of the most popular desserts available — did you know it'sa 30 billion dollar industry? With ice cream to be found on almost everycorner, here's five spots we just can't get enough of.
So many events, so little time! It's Friday and as always, there's plentyto do in the Magic City. Here are a few events, new menus, and happy houroffers that we think are worth checking out! Many of these features have acharity component to them that make that just that much more special. Hopeto see you at a few!
For the 10th year in a row, MIAMI magazine rounded up the best and mostexciting restaurants in the city and housed them under one roof. Lastnight, we joined over 400 local VIPs, foodies, and influencersjoin to experience tastings by restaurants and to enjoy amazing craftcocktails, music, and entertainment. Check out our full photo gallery tosee what we enjoyed.
Summer is here and so is the urge for a summer vacation — or two. Noteveryone wants to hop on a plane and it takes way too long to drive out ofFlorida. Luckily, there are plenty of great 48 hour getaways you can get toby lunch time, complete with great food, family friendly fun, and gorgeousbeaches. This week it’s Luna Beach at World Resorts Bimini! This week'sTravel Thursday comes via our sister site's, CTbites contributor, CarissaChesanek*.
Being plant-based in Miami is even easier than before! Many places offervegan or vegetarian options and dishes on their menu. One of my favoritefast casual spots is American Harvest in Brickell City Centre.