Novecento at Santo

[email protected] occupies on of Lincoln Road’s prime locations right off of Washington Avenue. But, that’s not the only treat you’ll find at this restaurant/lounge with a distinct Latin flare. Continue Reading

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South Beach Wine & Food Festival 2010

The South Beach Wine & Food Festival will take place on February 25-28, 2010 in Miami Beach. This will be year number nine for the Food Network’s beach-side culinary extravaganza highlighting the latest trends in the wine and food industry. Continue Reading

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ELLE Comes to Bal Harbour Shops

ELLE is taking over Bal Harbour Shops in October with their Shopping to A to Z program that includes the Personal Style Awards, a runway fashion show honoring Miami’s top trendsetters and Passport to Personal Style, a shops-wide event with interactive seminars moderated by Creative Director Joe Zee. Continue Reading

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LIV Nightclub at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach

LIV Nightclub at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel is 18,000-square feet of high-energy excitement in a gorgeous setting. Its six private glass-enclosed skyboxes are complimented by a blazing light show emanating from the domed ceiling that cover the entire club. Continue Reading

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Cabaret & Cocktails at the Adrienne Arsht Center

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts has announced its CABARET & COCKTAILS series premiering in the 2009-2010 season. Continue Reading

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STK Miami

Manhattan’s Meatpacking District marvel, STK, will soon bring its steakhouse-chic brand of glamour to Miami Beach and park it just off the lobby of the luxurious Gansevoort South Hotel on Collins Avenue.

Their tagline: “…not your daddy’s steakhouse” is your first hint that things might be a little different at this top-tier establishment. Continue Reading

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Miami Beach Art Deco

The Miami Beach Art Deco District is a one-square-mile area that contains roughly 1,000 buildings which were constructed during the 1930s. The Miami Design Preservation League conducts daily walking tours of the Art Deco District and their guides provide a wealth of information along the way. Continue Reading

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Plunge Bar at the Gansevoort Hotel

You might think the roof-top of a South Beach hotel would be a strange place for a nightlife venue, but wait until you see Plunge Bar. Continue Reading

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Sidewalk Cafés in Miami Beach

Miami Beach is quite famous for its sidewalk cafés, so we thought we’d show you our personal favorites. Continue Reading

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Miami Beach DJ Tracy Young Heads West

Former Miami Beach DJ Tracy Young checks-in with the latest news on her move to LA… Continue Reading

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