CUBAN AND LATIN AMERICAN immigrants brought their Latin culture to Miami and transformed the winter retreat for retirees into a thriving Hispanic metropolis known as “The Gateway to Latin America.” With its multiculturalism comes unique experiences y...
Miami is 70 percent Hispanic and of that percentage, half of the population is made up of Cubans. It’s no wonder, then, that the city has such incredible and authentic Cuban restaurants, where everyone (Cuban or otherwise) is made to feel at home. Ca...
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Macklemore was right when he sang, "ain't seen nothing yet until you’re downtown." Some of Miami’s most interesting dishes and unparalleled city views are located in the heart of Downtown — just north of the bridge that connects Brickell and Downtown...
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INSIDER author Ni'Kesia Pannell, a Florida native, went to Miami and stopped by her favorite restaurants. Thanks to the help of locals, she found eight new restaurants to add to her list of favorites. On her list you can find dining options ranging from Mexican to Japanese and raw bars to juice bars.
To borrow a line from Will Smith, Miami is known as the place where the heat is on. As in fiery temperatures (obviously), but also sizzling fashion, cars, beaches—the whole shebang. Not so surprising: The city’s wellness scene is lit, too. From whit...