What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?I don't really go out to restaurants. Maybe Whole Foods and Nahuen in Doral.
Dachshunds of Miami, La Esquina Del Lechon, Mary's Coin Laundry, Nahuen
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?I only go to local places. Here in Palmetto Bay, the French Bakery on US1 and 144th, is my go to place. If you want an absolutely wonderful burger, I either go to Hole in the Wall on 144th or Pub Grill on 184th st. We're lucky that we have the best burgers in Miami right here.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?I don't really go to too many restaurants. I like simple spots and farmer's markets.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?We recently went to Peacock Garden in Coconut Grove. It is so nice to be outside this time of year in the evening. It was lovely. Some of my favorite spots are near work. I eat often at specialTEA Lounge. They have really good sandwiches, paninis, bowls, and vegan cookies - which are just delicious. Another place we recently found, is called the Good Chef in Sweetwater. It's probably some of the best Asian food I've had in Miami. It's very tiny, there's like six tables and it's attached to a market.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Well, I'm super lucky because both my husband and my daughter are amazing chefs. We eat at home a lot and I get to eat the most amazing meals. When we do go out, I'd say the places we like to eat would be Mandolin, a Mediterranean restaurant with great outdoor seating. It yummy and fun. We like to eat at Lokal in the Grove. They have good burgers and I like their veggie burger and they have a delicious local IPA. Shibui is a great little Japanese restaurant. It's off of Sunset and 102nd. It looks like a little house. You can either sit at a table downstairs or sit on the floor upstairs.
Blaise And Atlas
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Blaise: Fratelli Milano downtown. I like the gnocchi with meat sauce and for dessert the chocolate lava cake. Also, Chicken Kitchen. I like the Bazookah Bowl. And I like anywhere with a good meatball like Pioloas or Anthony's Pizza. Atlas: I like to go to a restaurant in Maryland called the Seafood Buffet. I go there for Thanksgiving. In Miami, I don't go out to eat much. I really like my mom and dad's home cooked meals. My favorites are their Shepard’s pie, tacos, and vegetable lasagna.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?27 is one of my favorites in Miami. Their roasted cauliflower with pesto is knock your socks off delicious. The sous chef is a young Cuban American like me and he's always embracing South Florida flavors and ingredients that we have here. They actually have their own garden there. The house smoked lamb ribs with pomegranate molasses are delicious. Also, Madruga Bakery. They feel like a farm to table a bakery. They have this amazing guava and cream cheese croissant. But - Babes Meat and Counter is my number one go to spot here in South Florida. My favorite thing on their menu right now is the Italian roast pork sandwich which features some callaloo greens from Margie (at Bee Heaven). It’s like a French dip sandwich, but with fantastic, roasted pork, shaved super thin. It’s served with a provolone cheese and on Sullivan Street bread.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?We've been enjoying Bonefish Grill. They've been doing great takeout deals. The baja shrimp tacos are awesome. And, Sushi Sake in the Redlands. And then on the weekends, coming to the drive through. The smoothies are so good. And you know, everybody's cooped up at home with nothing to do. Going to get a smoothie is a good outing, and you don't have to get out of the car. That's awesome.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?When we come down and visit you guys, we usually always go to the Little River Cooperative farm. It's an awesome farm for any local gardeners. They have very good plants and they are very helpful people. They also have classes and different things that they offer. We also go to Jack Lyon nursery.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Not surprisingly, I’m interested in Indian food. One of my favorites is on South Dixie – called Saffron. I’ve eaten Indian food all over the world, and they have some of the best I’ve ever had. I get the paneer makhani – fried cheese with spicy sauce, malai kofta – dumpling with Indian cheese, chickpea flour and gravy. They adjust the spice level to your taste. There’s also a great appetizer with baby spinach leaves, coated in chickpea flour and fried. Another recommendation, if you need quick and cheap Indian food, there’s a place called Bollywood Masala – near the quick stop on Red Road. I get the Dal and Sambar soup. Sometimes they have fresh dosas. It’s a good deal. One dosa is really big and my wife and I can split it for a meal. They have some tables, but it’s mostly take out.