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Everyone knows Miami’s game for good Cuban food, but the Spanish culinary scene is just as vibrant. From casual bites to fine dining, here are Miami’s top Spanish restaurants.
With a blend of Spanish and Argentinian tastes, Rincon Escondido’s modestly sized venue fills up faster than the front of a Wynwood wall. Whether it’s tapas, sandwiches, paella, sangria, or flan, the food at Rincon Escondido earns its following meal after meal. Continue at Source: Miami’s 12 Best Spanish Restaurants
There’s more to the neighborhood than business casual
As Miami’s corporate epicenter, Brickell has catered to the business crowd for years, but as new residences and hotels emerge, more and more eateries settle in the area. New and old, here are 15 of Brickell’s best bites. Continue at Source: Where to Dine in Brickell: 15 Top Spots
Restaurants worth seeking out
With so many restaurants in South Florida, how does one decide where to eat? While Instagram provides some mouth-watering photos, there is no guarantee the food is actually good — and not all restaurants have social media. Welcome to 2019’s list of some off the radar and hidden gems that may not have a huge social media presence or PR teams behind them but should not be passed up. Continue at Source: The 14 Best Hidden Gem Restaurants in Miami, 2019 Edition
New Times‘ annual Best of Miami issue is now live. For hundreds of our staff’s picks on the finest places to eat and drink and the most notable people and personalities who defined South Florida over the past year, check out the full issue. Continue at Source: Best of Miami 2019: The Best Restaurants in Miami by Neighborhood
We gave our list of the best things to do in Miami a summer refresh. With a new season upon us (it’s hard to tell summer ever left, we know), there’s more to see, eat and do in the 305. All three come together at the recently opened Time Out Market Miami, our new baby where we bring you the best food, drink and culture in the city under one roof. While parts of it are still undergoing renovations, Jungle Island returns to the list with a slew of new activities for kids and their parents. Also on our radar for families are Zoo Miami, the Bass and the Everglades. See more at Source: The 25 best things to do in Miami that everyone needs to experience
Tampa’s food scene isn’t just for bay area residents and the casual visitor any more. The city, with its cornucopia of culinary contributions, is gaining a reputation as one of the top up-and-coming culinary destinations in the United States. Travel website TripAdvisor recently named Tampa — along with Birmingham, St. Louis, Richmond, Dallas, Kansas City and Indianapolis — as one of seven such up-and-comers, joining dozens of other publications in acknowledging Tampa’s growing dominance as a dining destination.