Finest Quality Veggies Delivered to You

Vegetable delivery

 

Ever want to know where Michael’s Genuine,  Four Seasons’ Edge , Milos Miami, River Oyster House and some of the other top restaurants  get their ultra fresh vegetables? From Michael Borek Farms, Home of Teena’s Pride produce at  20025 SW 270th Street, Homestead  Tel. (786)243-1714.  One of only four family farms left in Miami-Dade, Teena’s Pride also makes weekly farm to table deliveries in Miami to their subscribers based on small(single), medium(for 2-3) or large share (4-5 people).

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Sinatra: An American Icon, A Special Exhibit

Sinatra lovers in Miami have a rare chance to see Sinatra: An America Icon, a special exhibit for the Frank Sinatra Centennial. The exhibition  has only been in New York and LA. From March 4 to June 5  HistoryMiami Museum in the Miami Dade Cultural Center, 101 W.Flagler, will present the exceptional multi-media exhibition exploring the life of Sinatra. Curated by the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, it combines never-before-seen photos, family mementos, rare correspondence, personal items, artwork, and, of course, music. Read Full Post & Comments »

Karen’s Kudos – February

February’s Karen’s Kudos features a terrific dinner special from leading seafood restaurant La Dorada, a shoe museum exhibit — shoes as art at the Bass’s bassx gallery, Bellissima: Italian Fashion and High Art at the NSU Museum, fave product finds, and cooking classes Miami, a series on healthy comfort food. Read Full Post & Comments »

NaiYaRa: Thai + Vibe

Burmese wraps

 

Chef Bee as Chef Piyarat Arreeratn is known has almost a cult following. So when he opened his newest outpost, NaiYaRa, on South Beach at 1854 Bay Road (T.786=275-6005), it was a hit from day one. I never went to his North Miami Beach restaurant, but had heard about it from colleagues who loved his Thai street food fare. Yes, the food is very good and yes, it’s in the “hot” Sunset Harbour neighborhood so it’s also about a party vibe. Read Full Post & Comments »

Ice Bar Miami

 

The idea of checking out — notice I didn’t say checking in– the Hotel de Glace (ice hotel)  in Quebec  always had appeal, but I’ve never made it. Happily, now I was able to don my faux fur coat, Ugg boots and mitten loaners and experience the Ice Bar Miami, part of what’s called the new Drinkhouse Fire Lounge & Ice Bar, 1672 Collins Avenue T. (305) 534-2423. And what an experience it is. Read Full Post & Comments »

Thasos Greek Taverna

 

Greek tourism leaders told me about a favorite restaurant in South Florida that was to be the setting for a Greek culinary week in March and invited me to check it out. Never did I expect what I found. Read Full Post & Comments »

Eating News – February

Pie & Mash

 

This month eating and drinking news includes the Wok Star and her event for Chinese New Year Miami, a soon to come restaurant featuring British food from UK Food Network Star Andy Bates,  top of the line Nicaraguan coffee made in K-Cups right here in Miami (and sold wholesale), and an event billed as a “Decadent Afternoon” coming up. Read Full Post & Comments »

Juniper on the Water

The outdoor deck for romantic dining waterside

 

Hallandale, Mr. W reminded me, used to be famous as the place gangsters retired (the ones who beat the odds) and a sleepy town. I  got a news release about a new restaurant there, Juniper on the Water, that has had very good consumer reviews (always do research in advance), a Turkish chef and waterfront dining. Intriguing. So off I went. Read Full Post & Comments »

Valentine’s Day for Singles

 

A good friend who is single said she loved this blog’s ideas about Valentine’s Day Bests, but she doesn’t have a boyfriend or partner and the ideas are beyond her budget. So, thought I, why not write a post about ideas to celebrate for under $100.  So here are  ideas for Valentine’s Day for singles and also, tips for self pampering to make every day special. Read Full Post & Comments »

Welcome to the Vroom Vroom Room

 

By Steve Deitsch

Miami is known for its flashy style, and there is nothing flashier than having dinner in front of a rare Lamborghini or vintage Rolls Royce, with music pumping in from the DJ, housed in a Ford tractor-trailer. If this gets you excited, the launch of Miami Supercar Rooms bar and restaurant , the nation’s first auto art gallery and gourmet dining experience, which opened recently in Wynwood, is for you.

Founded by Elo (like Cher, with just one name), a British mogul who founded the London Motor Museum, he is bringing a bit of South Beach-style nightlife and glamour to the already hip Wynwood scene.

Within the Auto Art Gallery, you will be able to experience a never-before-seen collection of extremely rare models such as the 1955 SL 300 Mercedes Gullwing; 1929 Rolls Royce Bootch; 1958 450 S Maserati vintage racing car; 1961 196 SP Ferrari vintage racing car and the 2007 Shelby Supercar Ultimate Aero TT: heralded as the fastest production car in the world.

 

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