Known for his unique style of presenting food, Masaharu Morimoto, the Iron Chef, brings his practical training in sushi and traditional Kaiseki cuisine to South Beach. Expect nothing less than art when you enter our Morimoto South Beach onsite restaurant, the flagship location for Chef Morimoto's talents.This South Beach restaurant will opens at October 1st at newly renovated Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach hotel. It features seductive surroundings, designed by award-winning designer Glamorous of Tokyo. Chef Morimoto promises his hands-on approach to both fine dining at the restaurant and his special events catering. The Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach hotel 24-hour room service is also provided under direct supervision by Chef Morimoto. Here is more information about the restaurant :   According to Miami.com : "Menu highlights include signature Morimoto specialties such as Tuna Pizza, Spicy King Crab,, Toro Tartare, Hamachi Tacos, Wagyu Tartare, and Bagna Cauda. New dishes created exclusively for South Beach include Ceviche prepared with a mix of local seafood, tomatoes, yuzo kosho oil and aji amarillo; Seafood Cocotte with lobster, prawns, scallops, clams, mussels, king oyster mushrooms, baby bok choy and red miso broth; and Clear Gazpacho served with wasabi that is freshly grated tableside.Award winning…
Alejandro Maya, the one behind Maya Tapas & Grill in Lincold Road will bring something new at Ocean Drive. The argentinian opens a Mexican Restaurant called Jalapeno Mexican Kitchen , Sept 15th in Miami Beach. True and affordable mexican cuisine are brought as menu to make people enjoy the authentic of Mexican Cuisine. Jalapeno also gonna bring an  extensive selection of wines, beers and a full liquor bar. Here is more information about Jalapeno Mexican Kitchen :   According to Urban Daddy : "Tip your sombrero to Jalapeno Mexican Kitchen, a casual new joint with pork-stuffed tortas, icy margaritas and a tropical patio to enjoy it all on, soft-open now and officially opening on Monday. Okay, let’s just get this out of the way: yes, it’s on Ocean Drive. But the guys behind this place (they own Maya Tapas on Lincoln Road, incidentally) know how to navigate tourist-infested waters with some finesse. So if anyone can pull off some beachfront tacos with longevity, it’s them.And the scene here is pretty laid-back. Wood tables. Palms. Stained-glass candles and lamps. Also: it’s all outdoors. So... layering should be kept to a bare minimum.Which makes it a great option after a day spent…
04 Sep 2014
A modern American cooking with a British twist Restaurant now opens at Coral Gables. It is called Seven Dials. Located in 2030 S Douglas Road, Seven dials brings a food that's delicious, honest and beautifully presented. Lead by the London-born chef/owner Andrew Gilbert, their menu is designed to be shared, made up of smaller, composed dishes as well as specials that follow market availability and seasonality. Here is more information about Seven Dials :   According to Urban Daddy : "The guys behind the place have brought you Sra. Martinez and The Local. Should bode well for the charcuterie board you’ll be ordering—all laid out with soppressata, pâté and bread from Zak the Baker. Stuff that just calls for a saison with a few comrades from work... or for a Friday date night with your favorite cured-meat aficionado."   According to New Times : "The Seven Dials is open for lunch and this week has begun serving dinner. The plan was to open for dinner first, Gilbert says. But we've had some ventilation issues, so we've had to adapt. No more than 50 seats, including the bar, occupy the space that was formerly the Unemployed Chef. Gilbert's British roots are…
27 Aug 2014
People at Downtown will be delighted with this new addition. A new lounge is open at the Epic Hotel called Lilt Lounge. LILT welcomes guests looking for a sophisticated alternative to the Miami club scene and a social setting for pre-dinner gatherings and post-dinner entertainment. LILT offers lively musical acts and solo performances, artistic installations and a destination for Miami's sophisticated scene seekers. With intent to create a unique experience in downtown Miami, LILT delivers classic cocktails done right, a carefully curated champagne, wine and port menu paired with social plates and nightly culture. Here is more information about Lilt Lounge :   According to Eater : "Lilt will partner with The National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) to showcase musical acts and solo performances. YoungArts' alumni will perform weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the Mark Small Quartet will take the stage Friday nights, and samba compilations with additional local and touring musicians will take place Saturday nights beginning with Downtown Jazz." written by Ana Heretoiu.   According to Urban Daddy : "Time this one after dinner. When you’re looking for 1) a little music, and 2) something with a decent ABV to keep the night moving right along. They’ve got…
15 Aug 2014
There's a new oyster joint opens at Edgewater called Mignonette. This join venture from Danny Serfer and Ryan Roman will be officially opens today at 210 NE 18th St, that's once occupied by an old gas station. Mignonette will have a great selection of oysters, seafood, veggies and prime rib. Here is more information about Mignonette :   According to Zagat : 1. It's set in an old gas station: While it hasn't operated since the '30s, knowing the cozy space (floor-to-ceiling windows, simple decor) was once a filling station adds to the cool factor. 2. Wine and beer only: There's a solid selection including Stone Smoked Porter brew, Broken Quartz cabrenet and Oudinot champagne. 3. Welcome to seafood haven: From the rotating selection of freshly shucked oysters to the massive crispy skin snapper, they don't skimp on the ocean grub. 4. There's a monster prime rib: For those who prefer land to sea, this hefty baby served with crispy potato rosti will surely do (it has to — it's the only red meat on the menu). 5. Champagne and caviar happy hour coming soon: No specific details yet, but expect an afternoon feast weekdays for one hour only. Written by Carissa…
Prost Wurstgrill and Bierhouse now opens in Brickell. Opening on Brickell’s restaurant alley at 1036 South Miami Avenue, Prost was designed to promote personal interaction. The 80 seats are spread among family-style rustic tables and benches around a butcher-block bar top, surrounded by wood paneled walls and one large chalk wall, a non-digital, old-school interactive blank canvas for local artists and, in time, customers. Here is more information about Prost :   According to Urban Daddy : "The vibe: real laid-back. And with all of the traditional beerhouse trappings—long wooden communal tables and a handsome brick-lined bar. But also, chalkboard art and multicolored deer heads mounted on the wall. Kind of like a German beer hall gone rogue. Which makes sense when you take a look at the menu. Sure, there are sausages. All made in-house. But they use stuff like Wagyu brisket that’s been infused with red wine and a duck chorizo served with violet mustard. Also: 12-inch Bavarian-style pretzels and apple strudel sprung from the mind of a former Swine chef."   According to Eater : "The menu, too, puts a spin on what German restaurants typically offer. No doubt, the highlight is the list of sumptuous sausages,…
17 Jul 2014
A new flavor of taste will soon hit Brickell. This Friday, July 18th, a new Belgian Restaurant called Bistro BE will open at 1111 SW First Ave, Brickell. The owner, Emmanuel Verschueren & Tim Michels hoping to bring something new to Miami’s dynamic dining scene. They want to expose South Florida to the flavors and dishes of Belgium; thus, the idea for Bistro BE was born. The restaurant will feature more than 50 varieties of beer available by the bottle, as well as eight options on tap. Beer aficionados will not only relish in the number of hard-to-find, authentic Belgian brews, but they will be delighted to know that all restaurant staff will be trained in proper beer etiquette. Bistro BE will also offer a comprehensive list of well-priced wines by the glass or bottle. Here is more information about Bistro BE :   According to Urban Daddy : "Probably not the best time to hop a flight to Belgium, what with Swim Week and all. No matter. Because you have this: a sleek new dinner spot decked out in blond wood and a long marble bar with, you guessed it, plenty of Belgian beer. Find a seat here and take a crack at one of…
PORFIRIO'S is the contemporary Mexican restaurant that took Mexico City by storm since it opened it’s doors in 2012. PORFIRIO'S reimagines the best of Mexican Cuisine’s traditional flavors, textures and colors with new groundbreaking techniques and intrepid flavors; using only high quality ingredients. Now, Porfirio's finally opening their first branch at South Beach. They planning to open tomorrow, July 3rd at 850 Commerce St. Here is more information about Porfirio :   According to Urban Daddy : "Specifically at Porfirio’s Restaurant, a soaring Mexican lair stocked with 100 tequilas, pork-skin gorditas and its very own mezcal concierge, opening this Thursday in South Beach. We can all agree: eating a taco is next to godliness. So consider this your church for holy tortilla worship—high cathedral ceilings, dark wood walls, a gurgling ceramic fountain and lockers for your mezcal. See, spiritual."   According to Miami.com : "On the food side, an extensive menu includes starters like chicarrón quesadillas and pork pozole; a selection of salads, tacos, enchiladas and tortas (the Porfirio's torta with roasted turkey, baked pork leg, breaded beef, chorizo, cheese, avocado and onion is sure to induce a food-coma); as well as steaks, chicken, and seafood entrees like a mixed-grill steak, prawn and…
An extraordinary new eatery from Spain, Niu Kitchen quietly opens in Downtown Miami. Niu Kitchen, inspired by a Catalan style kitchen opens at 134 NE 2nd Ave between Dali’s moustache and Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia. Niu Kitchen recommend their customer to order 2 menu per person to share and they ensure that their food is 100% freshly prepared. Here is more information about Niu Kitchen :   According to Eater : "A new Catalan-inspired eatery and wine bar called NIU Kitchen quietly debuted in Downtown Miami. NIU is the brainchild of Barcelona-born chef Deme Lomas, Karina Iglesias (who formerly worked at Soya & Pomodoro) and Adam Hughes, three friends who together decided they wanted to open up their own restaurant. As for its name, Niu means nest in Catalan. The eatery's walls are predominantly made of reclaimed wood found throughout Miami, Hughes explains, It's a small restaurant so we wanted it to feel cozy, homey and inviting. For now, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, Monday through Thursday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m." written by Ana Heretoiu.   According to Urban Daddy : "First off: this place is small.…
29 May 2014
Opened since 2012, trendy hair salon Junior & Hatter now opened a second location, Junior & Hatter Gents. The Wynwood-based salon's new barber shop is located right next door to its 1,100 square foot space in the center of the arts district. Junior & Hatter is the collective vision of master stylists Andrea Battista and Mario Silvestri. Here is more information about Junior & Hatter Gents :   According to Urban Daddy : "Yes, you know Junior & Hatter. Great haircuts, Vespas for sale, all that. Well, this place is pretty similar, mostly because it’s owned by the same people. Also, it’s right next door. So now if you’re booking any kind of gents service—beard trimming, shave, manicure for man hands—you’ll be set up here."   According to Miami.com : "Nestled inside the Wynwood Building at 2750 NW Third Ave., Gents’ neighbors include Del Toro Shoes, Andromeda Visual, Zak the Baker, JugoFresh and spate of art galleries. The 2,000 square foot space delivers a vintage vibe with a folksy feel. Battista and Silvestri conceptualized, designed and built the studio themselves with the intent of creating a homey ambience. Thrifters and antique aficionados, Battista and Silvestri are known to scour antique and…
20 May 2014
The Mighty Miami, a casual take on the classic neighborhood bar and eatery, featuring house-made sausages and a contemporary mix of American staples along with craft beer and stiff libations served in a comfortable environment. They've just open last May 16th in Coral Gables. The current menu serves up a selection of finely crafted sausages and sandwiches, fresh-cut fries, tasty salads, and more. The Mighty boasts an ample collection of premium craft spirits and beer (domestic & imported), on tap and in bottles. Here is more information about The Mighty :   According to Eater : "Ryan and Esti Brooks, the duo behind the pub says, it took us a bit to tweak the recipes and get everything right, as we do make everything in our own kitchen, adding that we're not just grinding and stuffing sausages, we're also pickling, curing sauerkraut, grinding our own spices, and as of last week, successfully smoking our own bacon. Putting everything together on their own was also probably time consuming. Esti notes a lot of The Mighty's making was a DIY project, we took the 'craft' thing so seriously, we even made our own rosewood charcuterie boards, tables and cabinetry from scratch." written by…
Ex Red Light and Florida Cookery, Chef Kris Wessel plans to open his new restaurant called Oolite Restaurant & Bar in Miami Beach. The restaurant that will bring a healthy dining concept, plans to be opened May 30th at 1661 Pennsylvania Ave. Here is more information about Oolite :   According to Zagat : "Ever wonder what happened to that huge abandoned Cooper Avenue space on Pennsylvania Avenue? Well, apparently it will finally be put to use again. James Beard-nominated chef and winner of Food Network’s Chopped, Kris Wessel (pictured) plans to take over the building with a healthy dining concept, including some gluten-free options. The former Florida Cookery chef is teaming up with Roman Cherstvov (ex partner of Cooper Avenue's Amir Ben-Zion) to open Oolite Restaurant & Bar (the name comes from a coral rock foundation found in South Florida) in the Miami Beach location on May 30." written by Carissa Chesanek.   According to Eater : "Back in November when Kris Wessel parted ways with Florida Cookery, it was reported that he left to pursue other career avenues. Now Miami.com writes that the chef is opening up a new restaurant called Oolite Restaurant and Bar, a healthy dining concept…
23 Apr 2014
Miami Beach gets a new asian flavor restaurant in town called Sriracha House. It's not chinese and it's not japanese. Sriracha House brings Southeast Asian urban street-food with a modern flair. Currently the restaurant is on the soft opening phase and planning to have their grand opening on May 2nd. Here is more information about Sriracha House :   According to Zagat : "A new Southeast Asian street-food-style eatery is about to take over Washington Avenue, and our taste buds can't wait. Sriracha House officially opens its doors in South Beach on Friday, May 2, offering free noodle and rice dishes to its Facebook fans from 11 AM-3 PM. The late-night (it's open until 4 AM), fast-casual space is done up in funky colors, and features made-to-order, healthy dishes mixed with an array of global flavors (think: Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand). Guests will create-their-own plates by ordering at the open display kitchen. They'll start off by choosing from a rice or noodle (such as jasmine rice or egg noodles), then begin piling on ingredients like bok choy, cashews and bamboo shoots." written by Carissa Chesanek   According to Miami.com : "Riding the wave of the hugely popular Thai-style hot sauce, Sriracha…
15 Apr 2014
Uvaggio recently opens in Miracle Mile, bring a new wine place addition to the Coral Gables. Uvaggio fuses old world European charm with modern day Miami perfectly marrying hand selected boutique wines with tasty bites. Located in the heart of Coral Gables, Uvaggio is a chic wine bar offering an intimate and refined ambiance perfect for all who enjoy superb wines, great food and unparalleled service. Here is more information about Uvaggio :   According to Miami Eater : "According to the chef, Bret Pelaggi, Uvaggio boasts various hard to find, high-end wines in a casual atmosphere designed around the classic European-style wine bar, sans the stuffy wine snob feel. The menu and wines were designed cohesively, not in the traditional manner of developing a menu then picking some wines that would go ok with that food, says Pelaggi, we picked some unique boutique small production vineyards smelled, tasted and wrote down any and all scents, flavors and textures that came to mind. With that information a menu was conceived with all the things we had just smelled and tasted in mind, we called it 'tasting backwards.' Menu highlights include short rib with black licorice tea consommé and black olive…
14 Apr 2014
Orange Blossom opens in South Beach replacing the previous restaurant called Charles St. Their grand opening was in last Thursday, April 10. Located on the famed Collins Avenue and adjacent to the Boulan South Beach Hotel at Collins Park, Orange Blossom is the newest venture for Think Hotel Group. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktails and weekend brunch, diners can look forward to have a good food with good ‘ole Florida charm. Here is more information about the restaurant :   According to Urban Daddy :"There’s a bit of old-timey-ness happening, with the Edison bulbs, the rustic herringbone floors and the flowerpot lamp. (You’ll see.) Your great-great-grandfather could’ve tossed back a few here with Henry Flagler. But you, you can grab a stool at the bar for a quick meatball sandwich, or bring a date after a long day at the beach for a casual dinner of strip steak or Mediterranean sea bass at one of the cozy orange banquettes. As for what you’re drinking: they’ve got the classics, like juleps, or take a look at the Bartender’s Choice section of the menu, with keywords in three columns: spirit, sensation and strength. Just tell them what you’re in the mood for. Late…
01 Apr 2014
Marlins Park just got themself a new addition for all the baseball fans who's going to watch the Marlins plays. Yesterday, a cigar shop called 100 Fires Cigars just have their grand opening for a new branch in Marlins Park. So for those cigar lovers, now you can enjoy cigars while watching baseball game in Marlins Park. Here is some more information about the cigar shop :   According to Urban Daddy : "Think of 100 Fires as the opposite of those dark cigar dens where regulars stare suspiciously over dominoes at anyone new who saunters in. Here, it's smooth concrete floors and mid-century modern high-back chairs, with the massive M from the original Miami Orange Bowl and some tasteful AK-47 lamps (it can happen). It sort of looks like a Wynwood café, really, but instead of hipsters, you'll find sleek cases filled with more than a dozen good cigar labels—think Rocky Patels, Cohibas, Padróns and Camachos. And if you happen to be heading to the park pretty much right now, know that there's an opening day party happening with gratis scotch, beer and something about an arm-wrestling tournament."   According to HauteLiving : "Frank Martinez, owner of 100 Fires…
Miami Beach receive an addition for their fashion selection as Vicomte A. opens their new branch in 638 Collins Avenue. Vicomte A., founded in 2005 by Frenchman Vicomte Arthur de Soultrait, operates over 30 upscale French-based lifestyle stores worldwide located at some of the most prestigious addresses. Vicomte A. is unique, elegant and slightly cheeky favoured by by celebrities around the world including Pippa Middleton, who regularly wears the brand. Here is more information about the boutique :   According to Urban Daddy : "Upon arrival, you'll see a red wall with a preppy-looking logo on it. Then you'll see a zebra head. Then you'll realize it's all very Rob Lowe's closet circa Class in here, only way more French. Start looking around a bit. Scan the walls lined with brightly colored Havana polos. Think about what one of those button-downs would look like with those fuchsia pants. Probably pretty great. Probably great enough to procure and wear on a boat or a rooftop or a hammock. Nobody said this would be difficult." According to Miami Racked : "The story of Vicomte A. begins, not in France, but in Charlotte, North Carolina, where de Soltrait found himself in quite the bind. After the company…
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