Archive | October, 2011

CinéBistro Caters to Movie Buffs and Foodies Alike

By Sue Arrowsmith Sue.arrowsmith@yahoo.com If you think popcorn and Snowcaps top any movie experience, you haven’t seen anything yet. CinéBistro at Dolphin Mall, the first to open in the country in 2007, is a dream-come-true for adult moviegoers wanting to escape noisy theaters. With a 21 and older policy, the theater offers a grown-up, upscale […]

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French Cuisine with a Hint of Argentina

By Jonathan Brooks JonathanBMiami@aol.com Located across from The Falls in Pinecrest, the French Bistro is truly an unforgettable experience. Indulge in steak, pasta, chicken, seafood, crepes, soups, salads, and more at this continental steak house. Owner Daniel Gonzalez, who managed Rincon Argentino in Coral Gables, serves fresh, innovative, healthy, and delicious dishes with the help […]

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Wasabi Turns Up the Heat in Pembroke Pines

By Melanie Garcia garmelanie@gmail.com Nestled within the hustle and bustle of a busy Pembroke Pines plaza, Wasabi West is the kind of culinary jewel that you might miss if you’re not on the lookout. It’s small and cozy, serving some of the best Sushi in South Florida. Aptly named Wasabi, the food is sure to […]

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Food Fiesta on Kendall Drive

By Ily Goyanes ily.goyanes@gmail.com You can throw a stone from any street corner in Miami and hit a Cuban restaurant, but Mexican restaurants are a bit more difficult to locate, especially one serving authentic Mexican food that’s fresh and at reasonable prices. El Rancho Grande, located right on Kendall Drive, is such a place. The […]

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Azucar Puts a Fresh Spin on Ice Cream

By Sue Arrowsmith Sue.arrowsmith@yahoo.com Suzy Batlle is a creative force to be reckoned with, in and out of the kitchen. She can whip up ice cream out of just about anything, make crafty seats out of old guayaberas and even lay down tiles. Most recently, she’s gaining fans with her new shop, Azucar Ice Cream […]

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Mangia, Mangia!

By Melanie Garcia garmelanie@gmail.com When I think of pasta, pizza and meatballs on the go, I think of one amazing food truck. After visiting Mangia Mia, which translates to “eat mine” in Italian, I wanted to eat mine, his and hers, and everything else on the menu! The owners of this popular food truck, who […]

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