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  • Downtown Italian

    Il Gabbiano

    Il Gabbiano has long been considered one of the go-to Italian restaurants in Miami for its food. Nonetheless, it’s oceanfront location on One Miami is not something to take for granted…

  • Brickell Japanese Peruvian

    La Mar

    The Mandarin Oriental sits on the southern tip of Brickell Key, overlooking mainland Brickell. The white, sail-like building is sure to grab your attention; although La Mar by Gastón Acurio might…

  • Japanese Miami Beach

    Sushi Garage

    Sushi Garage is located just two blocks from Pubbelly (read review here), in a glass-encased corner locale. It’s one of Miami Beach’s quieter streets–more of a restaurant than a bar scene.…

  • American Wynwood

    Alter

    In one of Wynwood’s side streets, large windows stand covering an already-dark interior. There’s not much signage outside, and the patio, hidden among a variety of plants, don’t do much to…

  • Coconut Grove French

    Le Bouchon du Grove

    This week’s review is on another French restaurant in town! This one is located in the very heart of Coral Gables, and has become a neighborhood staple. Le Bouchon du Grove…

  • Coral Gables French

    Palme D’Or

    This French restaurant is located in Coral Gables, on the first floor of the Biltmore Hotel. Although Palme D’Or falls under the stereotypical small-dish-fine-dining experience, each bite is so delectable we’re…

  • Mediterranean South Beach

    Byblos

    A seemingly out-of-sight place on Collins Avenue, Byblos was the hidden gem we were waiting to find during this year’s Miami Spice. The restaurant focuses on Mediterranean cuisine–which they prepare exquisitely.…

  • Brickell Seafood

    Momi Oyster Bar

    [VIDEO POST] If you’ve walked around in Mary Brickell Village in the past few months, you may have noticed a closed down restaurant next to Sushi Maki on the corner of…

  • Brickell Japanese

    Momi Ramen

    For quite a while I’ve walked past a small locale with a wall of window panes interlaced with wooden beams, always wondering exactly what it was. It was Japanese, I knew…

  • Doral Italian

    Divieto

    Forty-first street in Doral is a busy strip, full of restaurants and bustling businesses. Among these, we found Divieto, an Italian-American restaurant. It’s towering entrance with bold lettering feels like an…