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Issue 51 – Winter 2020

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A true testament to the will of owners Manuel and Tina torterola, Lilikoi has remained open for pick-up and delivery; And now, they are taking it one step further by offering fresh, wholesome ingredients with an organic grocery menu.

As we all practice social distancing due to COVID-19 lockdown, we have a lot of time in our hands to try new recipes. We have rounded up 11 recipes we have received from Miami restaurants and bars for you to try. 1. Stuffed Zucchini from Meraki Greek Bistro Ingredients 8 medium round

DiningOut Miami sits down with beloved chef and restaurateur, José Mendin of Pubbelly Global

In an effort to prevent the spread of Coronavirus disease--COVID-19--the world is respecting the social distancing practice and staying home. Like in other cities around the world, a great portion of the Miami food and drink scene remains open only for delivery, takeout, and pickup. As these are hard times

People watching on Miami Beach is fun – the 305 is home to a diverse cast of characters. It’s even more fun when you have great drinks and food along for the ride. And in a nutshell, that’s A Fish Called Avalon.  This Ocean Drive establishment gives guests a front-row seat

It may seem unlikely but tucked away in an unassuming shopping strip in Key Biscayne is Kazumi a fantastic spot for sushi and Japanese Izakaya-style eats. Owned by the same team that operates Costa Med this chic spot is perfect for a quick bite in between jaunts to Virginia Key

Brickell has no shortage of great options when it comes to having dinner and drinks. But where can you go for an amazing lunch that won’t put too much of a dent in your budget? Don’t worry —  we’ve got you covered. From incredible seafood to fresh fusion Nikkei and

It wasn’t always a life goal for Ilkay Suuctugu to be a chef, but once she stepped foot in the kitchen, there was no going back. Born and raised in Turkey, Suuctugu studied Culinary Science and Hospitality Management before moving to America to work as a Prep Cook for the

In Miami, everyone who’s anyone has heard of—and likely been to—The Biltmore. Perched on Anastasia Avenue like a European castle that somehow found its way to The City Beautiful in 1926, The Biltmore’s exquisite architecture, hand-painted frescos, vaulted ceilings, and that glamorous pool have made it a neighborhood icon. The

Step inside Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann at Faena Miami Beach Hotel, and prepare yourself for a meal that tantalizes all the senses. This Argentine restaurant from the internationally renowned chef covers all the bases when it comes to an unforgettable dining experience: exceptional food, service, and ambiance.  Here are four