Plomo, Miracle Mile’s first tequila and taco bar that debuted this summer, is now open for brunch Saturday and Sunday. Created by the Atomic Group, known for popular Coral Gables eateries such as Crema Gourmet Espresso Bar and Copper 29, this Mexican-inspired lounge offers bottomless mimosas and sangria paired with a selection of Latin-influenced brunch plates.
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There’s nothing better than waking up the first day of the regular football season. I’m the type of guy who can stay in and watch football with the view of the ocean from my apartment or I can go to some of my favorite places. Read more
Want to dine as luxuriously as you live? Modern Luxury Magazine released an eclectic list of restaurants to more than satisfy your palette. This list is comprised of the hottest and newest Miami spots to enjoy American, Argentine, Vietnamese, and Japanese, to name a few. Feeling hungry? Read more here.
Miami has lots of interesting boroughs. Each neighborhood boasts its own personality and culture. South Beach moves to a different beat than Brickell, Little Haiti, or Coconut Grove. Yet, the combination of these pockets are what make Miami so eclectic and vibrant. Thanks to Miami’s local newsletter, The New Tropic, you can find out a little more about this fabulous city by brushing up on the history of its neighborhoods.
Local foodies, unite! Summer season means less tourists, and less tourists means more tables for us in the hottest restaurants! Thrillist recently blessed us (as it has the tendency to do, thank you Matt Meltzer) with a compact list of 17 NEW restaurants to try out in South Florida. Add these to your summer “to-do” list before the crowds start to pick up again in November.
Is it possible to have too many mangos? File this under “problems Miamians enjoy having” (and we have a lot – our ice cream melts too fast in the hot sun, avocado season ends too quickly, looking at beautiful people all the time gets tiring…). If you are one of many lucky locals with access to a mango tree, you might be scrambling for ideas of what to do with all these mangos! Thank goodness the New Tropic decided to tackle the problem early.