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The 7 Best Brunch Spots in Coral Gables

Thanks to ‘Gossip Girl’, Blair Waldorf and Serena Van Der Woodsen have given us the ideal brunch setting: endless, mimosas, delicious cuisine, and always dressing to impress. In other words, if you’re not brunching on the weekends (and taking Instagram-worthy pictures of your food), you’re doing it all wrong. From

Spring Break in Miami

When it comes to Spring Break in Miami, we take the phrase “we live where you vacation” pretty seriously. We have beautiful beaches. We have some of the best nightclubs in the world. We have Ultra Music Festival (which also means we have a lot of people dressed in neon).

Eat Delicious Food Near University of Miami!

Whisk is an unexpectedly fantastic restaurant located on a side road near Sunset Place. The trendy, upbeat ambiance and daily specials make every visit unique. Whisk Gourmet is truly what the name states: gourmet. The chef never fails to surprise you with unusual ingredients in each dish. There is a standard every-day

The 5 Best Desserts in Miami

The crepes at Graziano’s are famous, and for good reason. These super-thin pancakes celebrate simple, authentic flavors: dulce de leche, orange liquor, and vanilla ice cream. Although each ingredient is fantastic on its own, they are brought together to create a unique combination of flavors. The dulce de leche crepes

The Coolest Easter Sunday Spots in Miami and Fort Lauderdale

Celebrate Easter this year Bagatelle Miami Beach style! Enjoy brunch favorites starting at $18 from noon to 6 p.m. Prepare for an entertainment filled day complete with a DJ and Easter bunnies. Switch up your boring brunch menu and try Bagatelle’s Gnocchi a la Parisienne featuring homemade Parisian gnocchi, black truffle sauce and

Mother’s Day Restaurant Options in South Florida

Bagatelle’s brunch-and-show combo encourages all moms to eat up and get down this Mother’s Day. Moms can dance to the sounds of DJ Vincent Daubas while brunching on Belgian Waffles or the Bagatelle Burger. Bakehouse Brasserie The cozy 87-seat quaint Parisian cafe offers brunch all day everyday (live jazzy Parisian saxophone included) from 11 a.m. to 5

4 Must Try Latin Food Spots in Miami

Located on the infamous Calle Ocho of Little Havana, this spot has also been known as “The World’s Most Famous Cuban Restaurant” since it opened its doors in 1971. Whether you want a morning starter meal, a midday snack or a nightcap , this is Miami’s go-to Latin food spot at

The Generous Pour Event at Capital Grille

I was able to try the offering for myself and I am happy to announce that I left full, tipsy, and with a smile on my face. I was seated at a table with 3 glasses before me and was tended to by a waiter well-versed in all wines. Because

Vincent Kitchen, Bold Street

After a couple of weeks of pure indulgence and giving in to too many glasses of prosecco, bowls of chips and the contents of the treat cupboard in my kitchen, it was high time I said ‘enough was enough’ and treated my body to some goodness in form of Vincent