Category Archives: restaurants

Joe’s Tiki Grill & Sushi Bar

When there’s a nice breeze and not too humid, it’s good to take advantage of it! So we headed to Joe’s Tiki Bar & Sushi Grill in Hollywood. It’s a funky Tiki hut on the water, my hubby said it reminds him of the Keys. There were huge catfish, obviously getting too well fed. So…

June Events

Here’s my June Events Picks, enjoy!  Please keep checking back for more event updates or get the RSS feed. Campus Collective Tues. June 11, 5-10pm Miami Iron Side Miami Iron Side is a vibrant, creative, and trendy live & work complex.  A few times a year, artists, designers and businesses open their studios and showrooms…

Rusty Pelican Restaurant Review

The iconic Rusty Pelican went through a $9 million renovation that has been transformed into a sexy spot with THE BEST waterfront view in Miami!  Every room has spectacular water views.  Looking at the Yachts docked on the side make you feel like you’re on holiday in St. Tropez!  The spacious outdoor patio has gorgeous…

Snail Award Party Updated

Winner of last night’s Snail of Approval Award went to Chef Paula Dasilva, 1500 restaurant for her OUTSTANDING Crispy pork belly in a crispy wonton wrapper. The execution of this dish was truly sensational. I knew the minute I bit into it she’d be the winner! Slow Food Miami’s 2012’s Snail of Approval Awards Party…

Events: February News

February is always an insane time. All future EVENTS will be posted on this blog so you’ll be able to search archives of them. COOK LIKE A WOK STAR VALENTINE EVENT Thursday, February 9: 6:30-8:30pm ==> Sorry, this class is canceled. Those who participated will be included for the next drawing!   Christine Najac’s Talk…

Phuc Yea: Vietnamese Pop Up Restaurant

        Very important:  Phuc Yea, a pop-up Vietnamese restaurant has only 5 more weeks before they pop-out, so go experience it! What a dynamic trio:  Daniel Treiman, Aniece Meinhold, Cesar Zepata open a pop-up restaurant in downtown Miami.  I’ve ‘known” Aniece for years but didn’t realize she was partly Asian though till…