Gold Exhibit at Bass: A Gem

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Fortunately a good friend told me about Gold, an exhibit to celebrate the Bass Museum of Art‘s 50th anniversary. It’s a gem. Read Full Post & Comments »

New Best Mexican Restaurant Miami


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Miami was ripe for a top notch Mexican restaurant. What has been around is some quite good casual spots serving what Mexicans call “Tex Mex” or the American version of the cuisine . Read Full Post & Comments »

Miami’s First Iced Tea Bar and More

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Have you ever heard of an Iced Tea Bar? I don’t think even New York City has one. Now Miami does thanks to Ticety, 206 Miracle Mile. French  co-owners Damien and Valerie, tea lovers who both were in the finance business, had the idea to open one for some time but thought the market wasn’t ready. That is, until Starbucks bought Tazo brand teas and opened Teavana and then they said the time was ripe for their concept. Read Full Post & Comments »

The Restaurant at The Setai Miami Beach

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Though I’m not crazy about the word “classy”, I can’t think of a better one to describe The Restaurant at The Setai Miami Beach hotel, 2001 Collins Avenue, T.305-520-6400. The service, elegant international clientele (think Art Basel crowd year round), décor, it’s all part of the exceptional experience which also includes superb cuisine. Read Full Post & Comments »

Fabulous Friday – Marcel Wanders for Christofle

The name Marcel Wanders might resonate with you not just because he’s a very prominent star designer, but also the Dutch Wanders designed the Mondrian Hotel on South Beach. His style is difficult to spot, but for sure everything he does is highly original, creative, and dramatic. Read Full Post & Comments »

MiamiCurated Exclusive Event Oct.7

One of the “finds” I’m most proud of is the jewelry as art of Colombian designer Rosario and it will be on display (and for sale) at an exclusive event for MiamiCurated readers. Read Full Post & Comments »

Hint Boutique

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A sophisticated friend who’s constantly traveling between Europe, New York and Miami told me about Hint boutique, a sophisticated shopping destination in MiMo, on 63rd and Biscayne Boulevard. Read Full Post & Comments »

Taste for the Arts Dinner: Sept. 10

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We who are here in September can use a super fun special event in Miami – as in one with a dinner prepared by a chef who was a James Beard Foundation semifinalist; an acclaimed ceramicist with a unique piece of his work for diners; and music with a “hot” R&B singer. It’s happening – in two days, on September 10, and there are still some places. Read Full Post & Comments »

Fabulous Friday – Red Dresses

The LWD (little white dress) or LBD (little black dress) might be fine for day or day to evening wear, but if you watched the Emmys you know that red is THE color. Read Full Post & Comments »

Drunken Dragon

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As a fellow blogger and colleague in the hospitality industry said, Drunken Dragon ,1424 Alton Road, Miami Beach (T.305-397-8556) is like a secret society that has spread through word of mouth. The Korean barbecue restaurant has only been open a little over two months, has no sign in front , does no advertising, and it’s packing them in. I went to see why. Read Full Post & Comments »


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