Displaying items by tag: DowntownMiami

STK Miami is not your daddy’s steakhouse. Inspired by and uniquely designed for the emerging downtown Miami cityscape, the restaurant will feature dining spaces with direct access to the iconic Biscayne Boulevard. This will also be the first of the newly designed STK restaurants that will be open for both daytime and evening dining. The menu features reimagined classic American cuisine with signature dishes like bite-sized Lil’ BRGs made with Wagyu beef, Lobster Mac & Cheese, and, of course, the highest quality steak. The STK Miami is located in the new ME Miami by Melia, at 1100 Biscayne Boulevard. Here is more information about STK Miami :

 

According to New Times :

"Geometric and pixelated modernistic patterns, courtesy of Indiewalls, abound. The restaurant's art collection includes commissioned works from international and local artists, connecting the location to the city’s vibrant arts district. The art-tech company also installed neon lights that invite guests to "dare to be" above one of STK's banquette-wrapped tables adjacent to the DJ booth. Unlike it's Miami Beach sister, this locale will offer lunch and outdoor seating, beginning in a few weeks. The menu is still very similar but, there are some new surprises. The former executive sous-chef of STK Miami Beach, Rafael Linares, will execute menu additions such as a shaved Brussels sprout salad tossed with apple, cranberry, aged goat cheese, and marcona almonds ($15); beef carpaccio topped with Parmesan, pickled mustard, garlic chips, and walnut oil ($16); and king salmon served over roasted baby vegetables, spiced yogurt, and herb salad ($29). To really start a party, guests can order shellfish for the table that includes oyster, shrimp, king crab, and ceviche ($29/mp)." written by Alexandria Guerra.

 

According to Real Deal :

"Designed by ICrave Design Studio, the black and white-themed space features pops of color via a neon wall installation, pixelated patterns and gold lighting. Its capacity is 326, with private dining rooms, gazebo seating on the lawn, and outdoor seating on the terrace, which fronts Biscayne Boulevard. The nearly 4,900-square-foot restaurant, at 1100 Biscayne Boulevard, is across the street from the new Frost Museum of Science, PAMM and Museum Park. Helmed by executive chef Rafael Linares, STK Miami will feature a menu that’s 70 percent “core STK” and 30 percent location-specific." written by Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz.

 

According to Curbed :

"This will be The ONE Group’s second STK location in Miami, with the popular steakhouse already experiencing immense success on South Beach on the heels of a recent renovation. It’s being designed by ICRAVE. It will also offer lunch service and outdoor seating, with the design being described as "refreshed, yet edgy," per the release. There will be a custom art collection curated by Indiewalls, featuring works from both local and international artists." written by Josh Baumgard.

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel pops up this Saturday at Bayfront Park. The Madrid's historic Market, reinvented in 2009 as a gastronomic mecca with products of the highest quality, is opening its doors in Miami to seduce the most demanding tastes. It will remain open to the public from this Saturday until Jan. 26, 2016 in Bayfront Park, offering a selection of artisanal products and the best informal dining, the organization says. Here is more information about Le Feria del Mercado de San Miguel :

 

According to Miami.com :

"La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel is a traveling spinoff of Madrid’s 100-year-old El Mercado de San Miguel. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez and Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado will lead a private ribbon-cutting Friday night, before the 9,000-square-foot, open-air market welcomes visitors at 10 a.m. Saturday. Guests will find food and drink kiosks selling all sorts of Spanish tapas and delicacies: acorn-fed ham, gin and tonics, squid-ink paella, montaditos, gazpacho, fruits, meats, fish and more. The market is set to run through Jan. 31 before moving on to another U.S. city yet to be announced." written by Evan S. Benn.

 

According to South Florida Gourmet :

"Like its home base the indoor tent will team with chefs and vendors, Spanish and local, wines and cocktails and freshly prepared foods from paellas and montaditos to tapas, gazpachos, seafood and regional delicacies such as pata negra ham, cheeses, sweets and charcuterie.  The Feria will open on Friday, September 25 at a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Montserrat Valle, owner and president of Mercado de San Miguel, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez and Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado before the open-air market opens at 10 a.m. Saturday." written by Simone Zarmati Diament.

 

According to DowntownMiami :

"This itinerant take on Madrid's Market of San Miguel has 9,000 sq. feet (837 sq. meters) of covered and outdoor areas for serious wine and tapas tastings. The fair will have "numerous kiosks, counters and showcases with a wide-ranging offer of delicacies from regional Spanish gastronomy" in surroundings that preserve the early 20th-century architecture of the original market. The gourmet selection will consist of both traditional and contemporary cuisine. Madrid's Mercado de San Miguel, visited by some 75,000 people a week, 40 percent of whom are tourists, is the only market with iron architecture that has been preserved in Madrid, and is considered an Asset of Cultural Interest in the Monuments category."

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

Supply & Advise is a Miami-based menswear shop that offers a curated selection of apparel, shoes and accessories that is classic, rugged and timeless. Their style is inspired by Americana, vintage military and work wear, and the days when going out to dinner meant wearing a tie. Supply & Advise stand behind the selection of goods 100%, just like outfitters of days long gone. Now, Supply & Advise officially opens a permanent location at Downtown Miami. Here is more information about Supply & Advise :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"Welcome to the permanent Supply & Advise, two floors filled with the sort of rugged, classic and exceedingly rakish gear necessary to navigate the city, now open in Downtown. Know three things about their new spot: 1) it’s here to stay, 2) the building it resides in was built in 1926 by Henry Flagler, and 3) the military mule is back. Yep, they drove it over from their old spot. Inside, it’s all wood cabinetry, vintage display cases and loads of military and Americana collectibles with stories to tell. Upstairs: a bar stocked with Japanese whiskey being led into action by a tiny Admiral Yamamoto figurine. Oh, and yes—clothes. Shoes. Bags."

 

According to HypeBeast :

"Newly opened in downtown Miami, Florida is the Supply & Advise menswear store, stocking a full curated selection of classic, tailored and vintage-inspired items. Housed in a historic 1920s building that had undergone renovation for three years, the store is spread over two floors with a barber shop and bar featured on the second level. Carrying brands such as Filson, Alden, Gitman Vintage, Gant Rugger, Todd Snyder, Orlebar Brown and New Balance, the timeless environment of the retail space marks a conscious departure from Miami’s often vapid reputation, instead tending towards an experience of class and substance."

 

According to Racked.com :

"The Supply & Advise store has been a long time coming, but it looks as though this American-themed gem is just about ready to open up its Downtown Miami doors! Facebook suggests that the store already looks perfect: Baxter of California shave, skin, and haircare products line a neat wooden apothecary shelf, the address on its door has gotten a gold leaf touch, merchandise seems to be laid out perfectly atop of military trunks, a buffalo head sits on a wall, and there's a shiny neon sign outside letting you know you've stepped into dapper dude territory."

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

Experience a new redefined Pan-Asian fast casual experience in Downtown Miami - 119 SE 1st Ave called Burrito San. Their mission is to provide you with innovative chef-driven asian fusion cuisine. They strive to offer not only the best taste experience but also the highest quality ingredients available. Burrito San sources local and organic ingredients wherever possible. Their poultry and pork are hormone and antibiotic free. They use exclusively grass-fed beef, line caught tuna, and wild Alaskan salmon. They know there’s more to a meal than just food so Burrito San offers a wide array of micro- brewed and craft beverages including a mostly local beer selection, small batch soda brands, and boutique wines and sakes. Here is more information about Burrito San :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Apparently, these guys didn’t get the memo. That’s actually great news for you, because their pedigree includes names like Lan Pan-Asian and Yuga. So if anyone’s going to mess with your burrito, it’s this crew. A casual workday lunch. A quick refueling between bar stops with friends. Go here. You’ll step into this simple, green-and-gray spot, queue up and place your order for “burritos.” Yes, “burritos.” See, they’re... different. Instead of a flour wrap, they’re using seaweed here—kind of like a really massive sushi roll. And they’re stuffed with rice and things like eggs, crisp spiced chicken, Yukon Gold potatoes and crunchy eggplant."

 

According to New Times :

"The concept here is simple: Nine fist-size rolls can be filled with white or brown rice and an array of accoutrements. The Mt. Fuji ($11.50) offers cubes of velvety bigeye tuna with avocado, masago, cucumber pickles, scallions, and crisp wontons. The rest of the options are cooked. The Filipino breakfast ($10) packs braised pork with scrambled eggs, roasted garlic, and pickled onions inside a seaweed wrapper. There’s also a vegetarian, tofu-filled choice ($9) with avocado, carrots, and wontons, as well as a Vietnamese-inspired burrito ($9) with lemongrass chicken, green papaya salad, jalapeños, peanuts, and fish sauce. Burrito San sits right in the fast-casual Zeitgeist and — with its slick lime-green-and-gray design — seems almost mass-produced and ripe for nationwide expansion. It’s similarly branded as a healthful, all-natural kind of joint. Co-owner Samuel Getz admits the bulk of the ingredients come from Sysco; however, he says he worked with the wholesale giant to get hold of line-caught tuna, wild Alaskan salmon, and Australian grass-fed beef. " written by Zachary Fagenson.

 

According to Edible South Florida :

"Johnson Teh and Kazu Abe’s fast-casual Lan Pan Asian at Dadeland Station and Yuga in Coral Gables have a dedicated following for their fresh, consistently tasty dishes that truly span different Asian cuisines, from sushi to noodles and Vietnamese wraps to Filipino food, Korean and inventive mash-ups like battered and fried tuna sandwiches, made of grilled tuna with rice and seaweed and yellow curry vermicelli, dotted with Chinese sausage, shrimp and peppers. Now, they’ve brought a new idea to downtown Miami: Burrito San, fat sushi-style rolls that are filled with traditional sashimi tuna and brown or white rice, but also other unconventional choices, like crispy masala chicken or braised pork, scrambled egg, banana ketchup and roasted garlic cloves, dubbed the Filipino Breakfast roll."

 

According to Yelp :

"I wanted to take a picture of my food to post but it was so good  I devoured it immediately! I wasn't sure about the concept but Burrito San really played well with the Asian ingredients and the Mexican formats.  I like the fact that they have a small menu because the ingredients are very fresh and the flavors are developed so well. I Ordered take out and got: Asian nachos - The braised pork was so tender and the cilantro cream sauce went perfectly with it. Not to mention how fantastic the crispy wontons are as the nacho base, Beefy Korean roll - Strong Korean flavor that's well balanced with the Kimchee and garlic beef, Mt. Fuji roll - A delicate roll with Fresh tuna and nice crunch with the wontons. The restaurant Itself is decorated with clean, modern lines and the set up is comfortable. But, what matters most is the food and they are nailing it. I would definitely come back and recommend this place! Bottom line: tasty, flavorful, fresh food at a good price" written by Adriana C. (Rated 5 Stars).

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

2014 marks the third annual Art Days weekend. In this app you will find an Art Days event calendar that features over 170 free events (unless otherwise noted) packed into three fun-filled days. Art Days is a collaboration between the Miami Downtown Development Authority (Miami DDA) and the cultural spaces and artists residing in Downtown Miami. Together, we have ensured that there is something for everyone, including exhibitions, artist projects, walking tours, bike tours, art parties and family programming across a multitude of cultural venues throughout Downtown Miami. Not only this, in 2014 the Miami DDA launched a micro-grant program to support projects created uniquely for Art Days. As a result, Art Days features a wide selection of temporal art projects that explore a variety of creative fields including performance, art, music, dance, art education and more. Come and Be Creative with us!


Below are a few highlights to wet your appetite for the 3rd annual Art Days weekend.

1. Sat, September 20th, 4 PM - History On Wheels

Ride alongside Julia Tuttle as she travels through Miami's history in this interactive bicycle theatre experience. History on Wheels is an interactive bike ride that is both exciting and educational, offering the community a new and innovative theater experience that caters to all ages and fitness levels. Meet us in the Miami-Dade Cultural Center Plaza (HistoryMiami) and historic costumes are definitely encouraged!

2. Sun, September 21st, 8.45 AM - Bike Miami-Dade's Cultural Trail

Bike the backbone of Miami arts and culture along the Miami-Dade Cultural Trail! Everglades Bicycle Club certified leaders will lead a group on bicycles as they travel by scenic, historical and cultural sites in Downtown Miami. Two groups will depart the Brickell Metrorail Station depending on biking skill level. First group will bike 15 miles at a 12-14mph pace while the second one will bike 8 miles at an 8-10mph pace.

3. Sat, September 20th, 4 PM - Art Days BEACHEDMiami Bike Tour

Whisk through Art Days with a curator on a one-of-a-kind tour... on a bicycle! The third annual Art Days BEACHEDMiami bike tour takes riders on a curated route around Downtown Miami's finest arts spaces. Enjoy a tour of CIFO's private collection, inhale a "sensory scent experience" created by artist Nick Lobo, witness harness-bound dancers boogie-ing up and down the walls at Miami Dade College and so much more! The bike ride is sponsored by Pollo Tropical who will be providing delicious eats at the end of the ride. Meet us at CIFO's bamboo-lined courtyard. BYOB... bring your own bike!

 

 

Below is the Art Nights schedule for Miami Art Days :

Friday, Sep 19
Viewing at Vizcayne | Vizcayne, 5-8pm
Arts & Business Council's Creative Happy Hour | Miami Center for Architecture & Design, 5:30-8pm
Unexpected 10 Opening Reception | New World School of the Arts, 5:30-8pm
Side By Side: MDCulture Stands As One | Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College, 6-9pm
"Do You Hear What I Hear?" Gallery Reception | Artisan Lounge, 6-9pm
Diaspora Opening Reception | Miami Dream Properties, 6-9pm
The Drive In Studio | Christopher Carter Studios, 6-10pm
3rd Annual Art Days Celebration | McCormick Place, 6pm-12am
I Love Lucy Cocktail Hour | Adrienne Arsht Center, 6:30-9:30pm
Música y Aparte | Centro Cultural Español, 7-8:30pm
All About Warhol | CU-1 Gallery, 7-10pm
Microtheater, "De Vuelta..." | Centro Cultural Español, 8pm-1am

Saturday, Sep 20

SOUNDS DAH/OE - DWNTWN Art House, 5:30-11pm
Lecture: Objects of Abstraction. by Juan Ledezma | Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation, 6-7:30pm
Tell It To My Face, Exhibition Opening | Turn Based-Press at the DWNTWN Art House, 7-11pm
Illuminations by Magnus Sodamin | Primary Projects, 8-11pm
Microtheater, "De Vuelta..." | Centro Cultural Español, 8pm-1am

Sunday, Sep 21
CF After Dark | Fellowship Hall at Christ Fellowship, 7-8:30pm
Microtheater, "De Vuelta..." | Centro Cultural Español, 7-10pm

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

Downtown Miami just got themself an addition of a Denim's collection shop called Lost Boy Dry Goods. Located in 157 E Flagler Street, Lost Boy Dry Goods offers complete collection of premium and also affordable jeans. Here is more information about Lost Boy Dry Goods :

 

According to Miami Racked :

"Lost Boy Dry Goods has opened in Downtown Miami, and boasts stacks and racks of premium and affordable jeans, collared shirts, tees and even dresses, all set within a very, very Western themed backdrop. Oh, and there's hot sauce. Plenty of hot sauce. But this store has roots deeper than a modern day Western. Brian and Randy Alonso are the brothers behind this new Downtown concept, but they've been in the Miami retail scene since the day they both saw daylight. Their grandfather founded one of Cuba's most popular department stores, La Epoca, which just so happens to be Miami's oldest running, almost native, department store." written by Ashley Brozic.

 

According to Urban Daddy :

"When it comes to stocking your wardrobe with a few seasonal staples, Downtown is... not exactly what comes to mind. Well, these guys are looking to change that. So they’ve taken over an industrial space there and outfitted it with all kinds of vintage Americana: jukeboxes, framed portraits of Thomas Jefferson and a big ol’ American flag. Oh, and yeah. Clothes. Like Scotch & Soda button-downs. Camo-printed Herschel knapsacks for three-day-weekend jaunts (ahem). Fidelity jeans. And soft leather bomber jackets for, well... you’ll think of something. You could also just skip the clothes entirely and peruse their vinyl collection (think: Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, Elvis). Or better yet, take a gander at the armoire in the back filled with a variety of hot sauce. There’s local stuff from Key West and bottled heat from Kentucky—and all of them are up for sampling."

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

Darshan is an intimate experience of divine presence through a moment with an enlightened master, an opportunity to experience a deep connection with your Soul. This Valentine's Day, treat yourself to an unconventional Valentine. Dress up for a blissful encounter with your own Soul. Or, give yourself and your lover the gift of meeting each other in the divine realms.

 

Free of Charge.

 

Starts at 7 PM.

RSVP HERE

 

Venue : Hilton Miami Downtown- 1601 Biscayne Blvd Miami, FL 33132

Enjoy panoramic views of Biscayne Bay from the Hilton Miami Downtown hotel. Discover miles of white sandy beaches and South Beach entertainment only minutes away. Our Miami, FL hotel is conveniently located only a 15-minute drive from Miami International Airport (MIA) and five minutes from the Port of Miami.

A new dining experience will be brought by Imperia Restaurant & Lounge in downtown miami. The restaurant plans to be open in 31st January just steps from the American Airlines Arena and Bayside. Here is some more information about Imperia :


According to Miami Eater :

"Meet Imperia, the newest restaurant and lounge to hit Downtown's dining/nightlife scene. The restaurant, owned by a woman named Galina Tokareva, who calls Imperia, "the wicked queen of savior faire," boasts an organic, healthy garden, exterior lounging and two floors - with a total of 220 seats -to play on. Open for lunch and dinner, the eatery also offers a "Healthy Garden and Market" at the backside entrance, where guests can order from an all-organic menu during lunch and early dinner hours." written by Ana Heretoiu.


According to South Florida Gourmet :

"Imperia, the two-story, 5,000-square-foot, 220-seat indoor/outdoor juice bar, restaurant, health food shop and nightclub has opened in the former Mia location on the corner of Flagler and Biscayne.

The menu by Chef Jason Guevara, a Johnson & Wales Miami graduate who honed his skills at Pacific Time, Prime 112 and The Forge, is a blend of Caribbean and contemporary American cuisines." written by Simone Zarmati Diament.


According to Miami New Times :

"Imperia is a three-fold endeavor.

The first, Imperia Restaurant, seats 220 people both indoors and out and offers a menu of Caribbean/American food featuring frita sliders ($9.50); bloody mary ceviche ($12); shrimp empanadas ($7); Island Paradisio Salad ($9.95); a Jibarito sandwich, Hawaiian marinated top round steak, with lettuce, tomato, red onion, cilantro mayo, and fried green plantains ($9); and steak or chicken pinchos ($16).

The Imperia Healthy Garden is a juice bar and restaurant serving healthier options such as avocado wraps ($8.95); green rice pilaf, organic brown rice, chopped spinach, parsley, scallions, tossed with pesto and side of hummus ($10.95); and a tofu chop, organic brown rice, chopped grilled tofu, tossed with tomatoes, red cabbage, carrots, and cucumbers ($10.95). The Healthy Garden will also offer a range of fruit and vegetable juices ($5.95) and meal-replacement shakes ($8.95).

Then, of course, there's the club. Imperia Lounge will be open Friday nights beginning at 11 p.m., and will be open Saturday nights in the near future. The club, decorated in Victorian plum, black, and silver, is meant to evoke a royal atmosphere." written by Laine Doss.

 

Stay tune to Miami City Social to find more information about Imperia.


 

Connect with other fashion enthusiasts
Contact the webmaster with questions
FAQ Answers to most common questions
Would you like to write for us
Bookmark us and come back often