Build it and they will come.
For Miami, it's more like, Serve alcohol and they will come. Unless, of course, we're talking about a food event (which, naturally, also usually includes the former). As Miami's dining scene continues to emerge and get more national acclaim, more foodie events have been on the rise. In Miami, we have the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, which has been around for more than a decade, so it's nothing new for locals. But its emerging sense of credibility has given Miami dining a new feel of excitement and anticipation. There are tons of new restaurants opening and there have been a handful of New York-based ventures that have made their way down here. Hell, Zagat just created a Miami edition – that should speak for itself.
The latest buzz on the culinary scene isn't just about what's being created in the kitchen, it's who's helping create it. Kitchen-swapping and notable chef collaborations have hit the Magic City and we're here to revel in all of its delectable glory. Read More