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Dine Out

Between reduced capacity policies and curfews, outdoor dining may be one of the only aspects of normalcy we have remaining in 2020. It’s a safe way to get out of the house, reconnect with friends and indulge our taste buds. Thanks to Miami’s year-round heat, we can enjoy these beautif...

Between reduced capacity policies and curfews, outdoor dining may be one of the only aspects of normalcy we have remain...

Brickell’s Best Dining

It’s no secret that Miami’s culinary scene is urban and diverse — just like the city itself. To help you navigate through seemingly endless options downtown, here are six must-try restaurants in Brickell. B Bistro + Bakery Cuisine: American Elevate your weekend brunch gam...

It’s no secret that Miami’s culinary scene is urban and diverse — just like the city itself. To help you navigate...

El Bagel

Hangover cures, breakfast-on-the-go, a sick day solution—no matter what the occasion, bagels have got you covered. As any NJG (nice jewish girl) knows, a good bagel can turn a bad morning around in one bite. Enter El Bagel: Miami’s newest morning mood boost. Ask almost any classma...

Hangover cures, breakfast-on-the-go, a sick day solution—no matter what the occasion, bagels have got you covered. As...

Bubble Tea

Some people have coffee running through their veins and others have Bubble tea. The sweet beverage from Taiwan has made its mark in the United States. With an insane range of varieties and flavors, there is a combination for just about anyone who craves these fruity and milky beverages. ...

Some people have coffee running through their veins and others have Bubble tea. The sweet beverage from Taiwan has made...

Brunch At Mr. C

On what seemed like the first nice Sunday afternoon in several weeks, I stepped out of my car into the covered parking lot attached to Mr. C Hotel in Coconut Grove. My drive to the property was lined with buildings both new and old. Directly across the street was the remodeled CocoWalk co...

On what seemed like the first nice Sunday afternoon in several weeks, I stepped out of my car into the covered parking ...

Recipes From Our Roots

To some, the sound of garlic and oil sizzling reminds them of family. For others, it’s the texture of spring roll wrappers, the smell of fried food or an image of the family’s matriarch cooking dinner. Regardless of background, families have rich culinary traditions that are shared ge...

To some, the sound of garlic and oil sizzling reminds them of family. For others, it’s the texture of spring roll wra...

The Science Behind Food Combining

During this seemingly never-ending quarantine, I got bored with what I was eating and decided to switch things up. I stumbled across several popular wellness bloggers like Kenzie Burke (@kenzieburke), Melissa Wood (@melissawoodhealth) and Mona Vand who all preached the benefits of food co...

During this seemingly never-ending quarantine, I got bored with what I was eating and decided to switch things up. I st...

Apples & Roses

What would your valentine’s day be without roses and sugary treats? Probably nothing. So why not combine the 2 staples of this romantic holiday in one activity that you can do with a special someone, some friends, or just enjoy with yourself (more for you honestly). Here’s a recipe fo...

What would your valentine’s day be without roses and sugary treats? Probably nothing. So why not combine the 2 staple...

Miami Mojito Company: A Wynwood Escape

If you have a day-time outing in Wynwood, there are a few questions that run through your head as you walk on the sidewa...

Campus Munchies: The Rat

We hope you’re all getting back into the groove of school. While doing so, if you’re looking for a spot to fill your stomach and just vibe out on campus, look no further than University of Miami’s on campus bar, the Rathskellar, commonly referred to as The Rat. (or #AtTheRat)...

We hope you’re all getting back into the groove of school. While doing so, if you’re looking for a spot to f...