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Pizza in Campania
Campania is an Italian eatery that captured my interest, the name comes from a region of Naples Italy where the pizza was originated. Entering this restaurant felt like I was inside an establishment in Brooklyn N Y ….., it has bistro style dark wood tables and Entering this restaurant felt like I was inside Brooklyn N Y ….., it has a bistro style dark wood tables and chairs, beautiful chandeliers hanging from a black painted ceiling and big screens TV’S on the walls.My senses we’re getting awakening by delicious smells from My senses we’re getting awakening by delicious smells from an Italian kitchen Gary (the owner ) was standing by the door I asked him if it was possible to set a time and date to meet, with his strong Brooklyn accent he replied ” Let’s do it right now ” , he called Carlos the manager we all set down, Frank Sinatra music was playing in the background and two burning hot thin crust coal-fired pizzas arrived they were explaining that they perfected their dough recipe to be able to fold the slice of pizza without being saggy, it worked ! I understand why the Backlow USA proclaims that it […]
Edukos is an exuberant tavern for the adventurous. Our mission is to provide our guests a welcoming place to discover more together through new food and new drink. Our spirited tavern serves artisinal beers, bubbly, and Venezuelan American inspired tapas style fare. (Located at 1701 W. FLAGLER ST. SUITE 101 MIAMI, FL 33135) According to Eater: Dine on Venezuelan cuisine at the now open Edukos (1701 W Flagler St, Ste 101). Situated right next to Marlins Park it’s a tavern-style restaurant featuring a tapas style menu with plenty of South American touches like mini arepas, alligator sliders, and sweet plantain stacks, plus an extensive craft beer menu. According to Urban Daddy: There’s whitewashed brick covered in Venezuelan art. There are rope lights overhead. There are two floors comprising one tavern-like space, throughout which a steady mix of ‘60s soul and old-school hip-hop stream. The drinking conditions are perfect. And so you’ll insist on a Maria Luisa, a delightful concoction that infuses prosecco and guava juice with rosemary and thyme. Maybe just a regular bottle of prosecco. Maybe both.
Ella’s Oyster Bar
In Miami’s iconic Little Havana neighborhood. Nestled right in the heart of the historic Calle Ocho, Ella’s is an exciting new addition amongst the influx of food and culture in the area. We are Miami’s oyster bar. Our menu reflects the many cultures that make our magic city so deliciously diverse. Ella’s Oyster Bar is casual sophistication with freshly shucked oysters, a ceviche bar, and shareable plates. We use ingredients that celebrate the best of the local market and pair it with local craft beer on tap, sake cocktails and carefully curated wine list.(Ella’s Located at 1615 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135) According to Eater: This Miami-inspired oyster bar in Little Havana serves up creative spins on New England fare like Surf N’ Turf Frita Cubanas, Crab Croquettas, and oysters on the half shell served with a side of Cuban crackers, of course. According to Urban Daddy: The menu comes courtesy of the duo who joined forces at China Grill Group and then again at Rosa Mexicano. There’s teamwork in the Surf n’ Turf Frita Cubana with lump crab meat, chorizo and heirloom tomato. Likewise, you and your date will join forces on a dozen oysters served with Cuban […]
Sherwood’s Bistro & Bar
Sherwood’s Bistro & Bar – A Neighborhood Spot now opens at Miami, From Our tribe to yours we bring food for the natives. According to Urban Daddy In Robin Hood’s Sherwood, stealing from the rich and giving to the poor was the name of the game. In your Sherwood, there are no games. Only 18-ounce T-bones and pan-grilled mackerel. And a bunch of other things. Regardless, not a game. Designed and named after the neighboring historic Sherwood Forest in El Portal, it’s where you’ll find vintage tropical prints and large open windows ushering in the warm summer breeze. And it’s from the same people who gave you The Annex Wynwood and Acme Lounge. Similarities you and your date can discuss while eyeballing the comfort food-heavy menu courtesy of the chef behind Morgan’s in Wynwood. It’s called Sherwood’s Bistro & Bar, it’s open now in Little River. Great. The coq-au-vin is now fair game. As is the rabbit pot pie. As is another round of Old Fashioned. According to Eater A new restaurant and lounge from the co-founders of Morgan’s Restaurant, The Annex Wynwood and Acme Lounge has officially set up shop in Little River called Sherwood’s Bistro & Bar (8281 […]
No Name Chinese
No Name Chinese serves contemporary Chinese cuisine, Dim Sum and weird wines using locally sourced ingredients in an upscale, modern space in South Miami. Located at 7400 SW 57th Ct, South Miami, FL 33143 According to Eater: Step inside No Name Chinese, the New Restaurant from the Uvaggio Guys, Now open in South Miami. The team behind Coral Gables wine bar Uvaggio, Heath Porter and Craig DeWald, have officially debuted their latest restaurant, No Name Chinese (7400 SW 57th Street) in South Miami. As one might guess, the restaurant has a Chinese influence thanks to executive chef Pablo Zitzmann, who spent a few months in China studying from dumpling masters. The extensive menu features a variety of small plates and dim sum bites like crispy chicken oysters, smashed cucumber salad, and dumplings filled with everything from spicy chicken to red Ossabaw pork shoulder. Bigger dishes feature new takes on “old school classics” like kung pao chicken, salt and pepper shrimp and Mongolian long beans. Then there are the more unique offerings like snapper topped in a Sichuan peppercorn curry and roasted duck breast served with a mango house-made hoisin sauce and moo shu pancakes. According to Urban Daddy: It Doesn’t Have a […]
Harry’s Pizzeria is James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Schwartz’s neighborhood American pizzeria first opened in 2011, a hip, casual joint for people who love pizza, but who also crave and gather around innovative, genuine cooking. Pies feature fresh, chef-curated toppings and a tender, quick-fired crust with integrity, like Braised Short Rib named one of America’s Best Pizzas by The Daily Meal.(Located in 3918 N. Miami Ave., Miami, FL 33127) According to Zagat:- “Exciting pizzas” are dished up with Miami favorite “Michael Schwartz’s touch” (see: Michael’s Genuine, Cypress Room) at this “family-friendly” outfit, where a “great selection of craft beers”, sides like “incredible” polenta fries and “home-style desserts” complement the “superior” ‘a whimsical comic-strip wall installation enhances the “funky atmosphere” at the Design District original, while a dog-friendly patio underscores the appeal of the Downtown Dadeland locale. According to Eater:- Chef/owner Michael Schwartz opened Harry’s Pizzeria in September 2011, and it has quickly risen to become the purveyor of Miami’s most formidable pies. These thin-crust pizzas are cooked in a wood-burning oven with toppings that range from the classic margherita to the MGFD Bacon pizza topped with caramelized onion, potato, cave-aged gruyere and arugula. Urban Daddy’s Jackie Gutierrez-Jones writes, “Michael Schwartz […]
Celebrity and famed chef Michael Schulson brings his modern Japanese fare to Hollywood with the opening of Monkitail his seventh restaurant. Schulson’s menu is a contemporary take on the classic izakaya, featuring shareable small plates and sushi as well as an array of specialty cocktails and sake. Tucked away beyond the main dining room is Nokku, a cocktail lounge offering tunes, specialty crafted cocktails and sake late into the night. According to Zagat:- Japanese eats with a hidden karaoke bar.Located within the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, this modern Japanese joint from chef and restaurateur Michael Schulson offers updated izakaya dishes, a sushi bar, specialty cocktails and a hidden karaoke bar in the back. Dangling glass lanterns, dim lighting and rich dark woods complete the chic, sultry space. According to Eater:- HOLLYWOOD — Celebrity chef and restaurateur Michael Schulson has officially debuted his new modern Japanese restaurant in Hollywood Beach called Monkitail. The menu features shareable small plates and sushi as plenty of specialty cocktails and saké. An open robatayaki kitchen sits in the middle of the restaurant, while a 15-seat sushi bar and a private dining area overlook the Atlantic Ocean. It’s now open inside The Diplomat Beach Resort at […]
Emilio and Gloria Estefan bring a new concept for sophisticated Cuban cuisine and live music to the Miami Design District’s Palm Court. Emilio and Gloria Estefan announced they will debut their new fine dining concept, Estefan Kitchen, in the Miami Design District. Inspired by family recipes, Estefan Kitchen brings a refined take on Cuban cuisine to one of Miami’s most vibrant shopping and lifestyle destinations. Miami Design District’s visionary entrepreneur Craig Robins invited the Estefans to be part of the creative neighborhood and shopping destination dedicated to innovative fashion, design, art and architecture. (Located in 140 NE 39 Street, Suite 133, Miami Design District, FL 33137) According to Zagat:- Music icons Emilio and Gloria Estefan are behind this fine-dining Cuban locale in the Design District, offering reimagined takes on traditional dishes such as lechón flatbread, vaca frita and braised short ribs. The indoor/outdoor space is evocative of Havana in the ’50s, with live music and performing servers and bartenders. According to Eater:- New on the scene and offering tons of scene, this restaurant and lounge owned by Gloria and Emilio Estefan serves Cuban cuisine in a lively and entertaining atmosphere. Located in the heart of the Miami Design District’s Palm […]
Kiki on the River
Refined Greek Restaurant Introduces Modern Spin on Old World, Traditional Greek Cuisine, In a Waterfront Garden Setting. Romantic and contemporary, Kiki embraces the hospitality and spirit of the Greek islands with that sense of meticulously-scuffed elegance that only a windswept waterfront garden can provide. Kiki is a passion project by Opium Group founder Roman Jones, former Philippe Chow Miami managing partner, Aris Nanos, and hospitality executive Lee Lyon. Creative Director, Ghosthouse Creative Group’s Mark Lehmkuhl conceptualized the one-of-a-kind design and interior architecture with Jay Wall of Thirlwall Design. The kitchen at Kiki is helmed by Executive Chef Steve Rhee, an industry veteran who opened Estiatorio Milos in Miami Beach in addition to three years serving as sous chef at Estiatorio Milos in Las Vegas. Serving lunch and dinner daily, and a lively weekend brunch, Kiki offers a selection of time-honored Greek favorites and innovative dishes, all made from scratch in-house. (Located in 450 NW North River Dr, Miami, FL 33128) According to Zagat:- The Miami River gets an immediately popular Greek restaurant helmed by Chef Steve Rhee (Estiatorio Milos), taking inspiration from Mediterranean coastal fare (spreads, salads, seafood, meats and more) and serving it in a boho-chic, waterfront space with […]
The Latest Events in Your City
We search the best venue's and locations in Miami to bring you all the top events in one place
Classes are taught by experienced Artist and Designer Winsome Bolt. This year’s theme is KINDNESS. Youngsters will enjoy five unique projects that inspire kindness and appreciation for the natural environment. Using nature as inspiration, each class will focus on individual creativity and expression. With Miami Beach Botanical Garden as the backdrop, youngsters will be encouraged to explore their imaginations. Workshops will be in the Banyan Ballroom. Seating is limited, so please register. Art supplies are included. All children may participate in the final exhibit at the Garden on Thursday, August 16th, 6-8 PM. Children must be accompanied by an adult for the entirety of the class. Ages 4-13 years old
The annual SwimShow is an essential show for the industry—a platform for building relationships, enjoying the latest trends in swimwear and connecting buyers and suppliers. Recognized as the launching pad for many of the industry’s leading lines, SwimShow is hosted in Miami Beach, the swim fashion capital of the world!
Musical Theatre for Young Audiences Season. Dorothy Meets Alice – Book & Lyrics by Joseph Robinette, Music by Karl Jurman Two of literature’s most unforgettable young ladies get mixed up together in a magical meeting that produces hilarious results! This fun-filled romp follows Alice and Dorothy and all of your Ozian and Wonderland favorites as they try to unscramble their stories with the help of a contemporary young lady who started the whole thing when she put off a book report until the very last minute. Dorothy Meets Alice is a fun and fanciful fantasy at its finest. As the two girls would say, “Wiz you were Hare!”
“Superlative,” according to The New York Times, the Grammy Award-winning soprano Christine Brewer joins bass-baritone Alan Held – hailed as “one of opera’s finest singing actors” – in a sumptuous evening of music from Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle. Now in its second season, the Miami Music Festival’s Wagner Institute brings to life the composer’s grand musical drama as Brewer and Held come together with the Institute’s extraordinary young professional artists, the 100 musicians of the MMF Symphony Orchestra, and conductor Michael Rossi.
Michael Rossi Artistic Director and Conductor David Carl Toulson Director Christine Brewer Soprano Alan Held Bass-baritone Program: WAGNER Götterdämmerung, Prologue and Scene 1 WAGNER Die Walküre, Act 1 – Complete WAGNER Die Walküre, Act 3 – Scene 3 (“Wotan’s Farewell” and “Magic Fire Music”) “Superlative,” according to The New York Times, the Grammy Award-winning soprano Christine Brewer joins bass-baritone Alan Held – hailed as “one of opera’s finest singing actors” – in a sumptuous evening of music from Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle. Now in its second season, the Miami Music Festival’s Wagner Institute brings to life the composer’s grand musical drama as Brewer and Held come together with the Institute’s extraordinary young professional artists, the 100 musicians of the MMF Symphony Orchestra, and conductor Michael Rossi.
Rock ‘n’ roll legends Ratt and Ace Frehley co-headline. Ratt‘s signature sunset strip sound made the Los Angeles-based outfit one of the most popular rock acts of the mid-80s. Ratt helped pioneer Hollywood’s legendary hard rock sound and scene, and its members are proven legends, headlining massive arena tours. The band has sold in excess of 15 million albums in the U.S. alone. Ratt released its self-titled debut album independently in 1983. Their first major label release, “Out of the Cellar,” was a multi-platinum breakthrough and followed by three additional platinum smashes in the 1980s. The Ratt line-up features original members Stephen Pearcy, vocals; Warren DeMartini, guitar; and Juan Croucier, bass with the addition of guitarist Carlos Cavazo.
Finding Mona Lisa By Michael McKeever. In his newest play, Carbonell Award-winning playwright Michael McKeever explores the history of the world’s most famous painting, including Leonardo da Vinci’s meeting of Senora del Giocondo (Mona Lisa) and his masterful creation of her indelible countenance. This historical, funny and intriguing new piece presents highlights throughout the painting’s infamous past, including her vandalism, her theft, her journey to America (at the request of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy) and the various places she spent her storied lifespan, including hanging in Napoleon’s bedroom, before her final resting place at the Louvre.
Her music. Her story. An epic theatrical journey. Take a journey through Edith Piaf’s life with her most beloved songs. Experience how a frail woman who started making a living singing in the streets of working-class Paris went on to become a musical legend. This extraordinary theatrical work that has been hailed by critics across Latin America and now makes its North American premier at The Colony Theatre. Piaf’s most famous anthem is about having no regrets. Make sure you don’t have any either. Let yourself be seduced and get your tickets today!
Comedians Natasha Leggero (Comedy Central Roasts, Creator and star of Comedy Central’s “Another Period” and Carmen on Showtime’s “Dice“) and Moshe Kasher (Host of the Comedy Central talk show, “Problematic” a regular on @midnight and the author of the Acclaimed memoir, “Kasher in the Rye”) have been married for just over a year, so they are basically relationship experts. They will come to your town, perform stand up and offer live relationship advice that will either keep couples together forever or keep them laughing as they plan their divorce.
Only The Best Organizers / Venues
Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena is an international, versatile venue in a vibrant waterfront setting that showcases world-class and sophisticated events. Located in Downtown Miami on the waterfront of Biscayne Bay, the Arena is positioned between the skyline of the city, the beautiful beaches and the nightlife of South Beach. Built with state-of-the-art sound and lighting and HD and electronic media signage inside and out, the impressive 19,600-seat AmericanAirlines Arena ranks among the national’s top 10 venues annually for total ticket sales and among the top 5 for Latin entertainment. The arena has hosted diverse musical superstars such as U2, Madonna, Coldplay, Marc Anthony, Phish, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga and Jay Z, just to name a few. In addition to being a great concert venue, the Arena has proven itself as South Florida number one sports and entertainment destination. Not just the home of the Miami HEAT, the Arena has held championship boxing, wrestling, mix martial arts, NCAA College basketball, tennis and gymnastics, and has been the venue of choice for family shows like the Harlem Globetrotters, Disney On Ice, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, The Wiggles, Sesame Street, Yo Gabba Gabba and more.
601 Biscayne Boulevard , Miami, Florida 33132, US
Commonly called The Arsht Center, is Florida’s largest performing arts center and is located on Biscayne Boulevard in the Omni neighborhood of Downtown, Miami, Florida, United States. It is the second largest performing arts centers in the United States. The Center was partly built on the grounds of a former Sears department store; it was an Art Deco building constructed in 1929, predating the Art Deco hotels on Ocean Drive. It was added to the United States National Register of Historic Places in 1997 as Sears, Roebuck and Company Department Store. However, by 2001, the only surviving part of the original structure was a seven-story tower built by Sears, the space’s successor. The department store space itself had been demolished. It was decided to preserve the tower and incorporate it into the new performing arts center. The Center is known as a presenter of world-class performances, an openly-accessible community resource, a source of education for children and adults, and a catalyst for economic growth in downtown Miami.
1300 N. Biscayne Blvd., miami, FL 33132, US