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One of Coconut Grove’s Hidden Treasures

By guest writer: Alexandria Guerra of Caviar Chronicles AlexandriaAGuerra@gmail.com Since I’ve moved to Coconut Grove, Taurus restaurant and bar has been a confidant, through the good, bad and recently, the hungry. Taurus was once known as Coconut Grove’s most legendary and oldest watering hole. However, the joint wasn’t notorious for their bar grub. It wasn’t […]

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Culinary Tour De Force

By Melanie Garcia garmelanie@gmail.com Being a Miami native means being exposed to a myriad of cultures and their corresponding cuisines. Accessibility to food from around the globe is at every corner, with authenticity at its core. But rare is the opportunity in which you’ll experience a food tour, nonetheless of your own city, that leaves […]

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Scotty’s Landing Evokes Florida Keys Vibe

By Jonathan Brooks JonathanBMiami@aol.com Like a trip to the Keys minus the mileage, Scotty’s Landing offers Biscayne Bay views and casual waterfront dining at the piers in Grove Key Marina, accessible by boat or car. Whether it’s a cocktail and appetizer at sunset, a beer and burger after a boat ride, a relaxing getaway for […]

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The Last Carrot Should Be Your First Stop for a Healthy Lunch

By Ily Goyanes ily.goyanes@gmail.com When a restaurant has been around for decades, you can be pretty sure that it’s doing something right. At The Last Carrot in Coconut Grove, everything is done right. Nestled in the corner of a tiny strip mall (and we mean tiny), The Last Carrot is frequented primarily by those in […]

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Berries in the Grove Serves Up Best Outdoor Dining

By Sue Arrowsmith Sue.arrowsmith@yahoo.com You’ve seen the news clips of northern cities blanketed in snow, right? One of the perks of living in South Florida is the wonderful climate year round. So get out there and live it up! For the quintessential al fresco dining experience, visit Berries in the Grove. Family-owned for four generations, […]

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