Ms. Cheezious Is Finally Home on Biscayne Blvd.

Frito Pie Melt

When I announced that Ms. Cheezious was opening up a restaurant on Biscayne Blvd in April of 2013 they had just won their second Burger Beast Burgie Award for Best Dade County Food Truck. Flash forward to almost two years … Continue reading

Taperia Raca – Miami, Florida – CLOSED

Tortilla Española

Taperia Raca is the new tapas spot by Giorgio Rapicavoli and Alex Casanova of Eating House fame with Chef de Cuisine Ryan Harrison, formerly of Preservation in the kitchen. They recently opened up in the old Metro Organic Bistro location near … Continue reading

The Federal On Biscayne, I Finally Made It

Federal McNuggets

I can’t begin to tell you the countless amount of times I’ve driven by the Federal and told myself, I’ll go there next week. They are also always doing different themed dinners which I never seem to be available for. … Continue reading

I’m all about Blue Collar in North Miami

Mashed Potatoes

Sometimes I write about a new restaurant, go through the motions and point out a couple things here and there I like. I’ve been to Blue Collar run by Chef Danny Serfer five times and have not left disappointed. I’ve … Continue reading

You Know What’s Really Good: The Philly Cheesesteak At Andiamo In Miami, Florida

Andiamo Pie

Andiamo! is known for their Pizza but what most folks don’t know about or have never tried is their Philly Cheesesteak. The Philly is served on Italian bread with Cheese under the Ribeye (the way it should be). I would … Continue reading

Dogma Grill In Miami, Florida

Pitchfork Dog

I was turned onto Dogma Grill years ago by an old friend of mine. He spoke to me of not only the good food but the great music playing while he was there (PJ Harvey, Pixies). What I particularly like … Continue reading

Kingdom In Miami, Florida

Onion Rings & Fries

Due to an overwhelming amount of emails proclaiming the greatness of Kingdom, I felt I should go check the place out. The parking is a bit of a nightmare and if you do go down into that neighborhood it would … Continue reading