Miami runs on coffee — but don’t come here looking for that tall, non-fat latte with a caramel drizzle. Cuban coffee is the center of our universe. Don’t call it an espresso, either. Carlos Frias, The Miami Herald, March 29, … Continue reading
Azucar Ice Cream Company, LLC, located in the heart of Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, was founded in July 2011 as an artisanal ice cream and sorbet boutique. Inspired by South Florida’s diverse cultures, our hot subtropical climate and a passion … Continue reading
The most important thing for me is to walk the little alleys of the city, to find the little alcove where someone is cooking something, and just watch them do it. That’s my idea of fun. ~~ Yotam Ottolenghi
Miami is known for it’s ventanitas selling cuban coffee and pastries. Miami is also known for Publix Super Markets. At Mary Brickell Village in downtown Miami, we even have a Publix with its own walk-up coffee window!
“Good food is all the sweeter when shared with good friends.” Lulu in the Grove restaurant at Commodore Plaza, 3105 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, Miami @luluinthegrove Names – The Daily Post Photo Challenges
Just a few of the pop-up restaurants at Biscayne Green in Downtown Miami – we are what we eat, Miami, and we are delicious! #BiscayneGreenMIA @GauchoRanch @theavenuemiami @thelobstaguy