These four badass ladies of the burgerverse are making your favorite burgers in the way only a driven burger architect can, delicious.
Since Jacalito Taqueria Mexicana opened their first location right off 37th Avenue & Flagler in 2010, Marcela and I have been loyal fans. The founder was a co-owner of Mi…
I had been waiting ever so patiently for Doce Provisions (541 SW 12th Avenue, Miami) to open. Finally, chef Justin Sherrer and his wife, chef Lisetty Llampalla have come up…
I’ve eaten at more Fritangas than your average Miami resident since my wife is Nicaraguan.
Here’s my expert opinion, Fritanga Caña Brava is the best in town!
It’s been a long time since I first stepped foot inside Azucar Ice Cream. However, it wasn’t until after my third visit that my infatuation with their Mantecado flavor took…
Since September 2010, I make the 20-minute drive to Pastelmania Bakery in Little Havana to get my pastelito de guayaba and esponrru fill. So worth it!
La Camaronera is a Miami landmark. It’s not only a restaurant but also a fresh fish market.
It just doesn’t get any fresher than La Camaronera.
Since 1979 Caribe Café Restaurant has been serving phenomenal Cuban dishes at 3953 N.W. 7th Street. I have been a loyal patron of this Caribe location for over 30 years….
Pollo Campero as a chain originated in Guatemala. Worldwide there are more than 400 Pollo Campero locations with their international headquarters in Dallas, Texas. It does have a Pollo Campero…
Mi Rinconcito Mexicano was initially a tiny spot across the street from where it’s currently located. Back then, Marcela would bring me a tasty Mexican Coke, one of the few spots in Miami that sold it back then.
El Rey de las Fritas has served Cuban Fritas in Miami since the late 1970s.
Since then, El Rey has expanded to four locations across the city.
Morro Castle had an iconic building that once housed an ice cream parlor.
It was one of the original Friteros aka Frita Cubanas sellers in Miami.