OK…vegans, these tidbits are most likely not for you. We’ve been to Shula’s at the Alexander on Collins and 52nd Street. and it’s mostly very good. The décor is Sinatra Era. Unfortunately the MB City rules refrain Shula’s from advertising on the avenue so it’s mostly mouth to ear recommendations as far as getting the information out there. Go for the experience and the elegance. Reservations recommended.
Earls Kitchens + Bar is one of North America’s family-owned, independent restaurant groups and it’s waiting for you to come in and taste the goodies. This newest iconic dining destination features authentic global and seasonal dishes with a focus on locally sourced, made-from-scratch ingredients. Guests can enjoy a robust selection of appetizers, Certified Angus steaks, garden-fresh salads, freshly baked breads and an assortment of specially crafted appetizers with an ever changing selection of locally featured menu items.
La Cofradia was a restaurant where business people met for specialty drinks after work and elegant dining after the drinks. But that was then. Today, the new owners of the eatery have changed the name to Mixtura and want to attract foodies, who are anxious to try unusual Peruvian specialties at reduced prices and according to the chef, will enjoy the first Pisco Bar in Miami and afterwards will hopefully will become staple clients.
Downtown Miami is mysteriously evolving. Drive through, during a night-time weekly excursion and continually discover a new nightspot, restaurant or lounge that wasn’t there a few days ago. The area has been mostly ignored (except for the underground know-it-alls), until recently, which turns out to be a good thing if you want to experience sensual secluded moments in a special place with easy access to on-street or valet parking.
Papa Hemingway would no doubt have loved representing this formidable gutsy rum. Papa Pilar Rum was inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s spirit of adventure and recently made its launch at the Miami Rum Festival. Their inaugural Dark & Blonde varieties of the spirit were born from the finest rums and represent a complex blend, utilizing various ages and sources of rums from the Caribbean, Central America and the U.S.A.