Archive | July, 2011

Seasons of Food for 475 Calories or Less

By Sue Arrowsmith Sue.arrowsmith@yahoo.com That’s right! If you’re trying to slim down this summer, but down want give up dining out, Seasons 52 in Coral Gables offers fresh, season dishes that add up to 475 calories or less. Located right on the Miracle Mile strip, Seasons 52’s menu changes to reflect each season, and the […]

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Mozy On Over to the Cadillac Ranch

By Jonathan Brooks JonathanBMiami@aol.com The Cadillac Ranch, new to the Palms at Kendall Town & Country, rustles up good grub, cocktails, bull-rides, and a Rock & Roll Happy Hour. The food at this all American bar and grill consists of steaks, chops, BBQ, flatbread pizzas, burgers, and more. Neon lights, horn chandeliers, hubcaps and guitars, […]

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Not Your Average Sugar Mama

By Anais Alexandre anais.alexandre1@gmail.com Sugar Yummy Mama is the only food van among a sea of trucks with a cheery, bright pink exterior. The owner is smiling and serving up perfect-looking cupcakes and cake pops. In front of the truck are swarms of little girls twirling and dancing, with sticky fingers and happy faces. I […]

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Talavera Cocina Mexicana is Keeping it Real

By Sue Arrowsmith Sue.arrowsmith@yahoo.com You won’t find any burritos or nachos on the menu at Talavera Cocina Mexicana in Coral Gables. That’s because their specialty is gourmet Southern Mexican cuisine from regions such as Oaxaca, Puebla and Jalisco. What you will find are delicate, flavorful dishes prepared fresh and without overbearing spiciness. In fact, most […]

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Oye Means ‘Oh Yeah’ for Cuban Cuisine

By Jonathan Brooks JonathanBMiami@aol.com Oye Cuban Grill, a new Latin hotspot in Pinecrest, dishes up delicious Cuban delicacies with an American spin. Oye stands for “Organization of Young Entrepreneurs” and is family-run by Hector Gutierrez with his son and cousin. All their dishes are made-to-order, natural and purchased from local vendors; concentrating on Cuban staples […]

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Cheesy Comfort Food on the Go

By Anais Alexandre anais.alexandre1@gmail.com Looking for some cheese-inspired comfort food? Well, look no further. Cheese Me Food Truck serves up some amazing cheese laden dishes that are sure to ease your work week stress. I ordered some Mac n’ Cheese Pancakes ($4), two classics with a twist. They take scoops of creamy macaroni with cheese […]

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Delices De France’s Treats Are Sinfully Sweet

By Anais Alexandre anais.alexandre1@gmail.com Surrounded by exuberant customers, I breathed in the intoxicating aroma of fresh bread baking at Delices De France, a tiny French bakery tucked away in a plaza off US-1 and 144 St. There was so much to choose from! I ordered the popular almond croissant, which I had heard a great […]

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