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Contents ring in the season
118 young & restless Jennifer Lawrence is busy, busy, busy—working and speaking out about anything and everything, PC or not.
128 entertaining with ease With some careful pre-planning, a relaxed host can help guests enjoy the season’s most magical moments.
138 simple yet sophisticated An original ranch house in a prominent waterfront area of Key West was redesigned for easy indoor-outdoor living.
152 holiday hit list It’s that time of year again, when we find ourselves scratching our heads wondering how to find the ultimate gifts for everyone on our list.
166 three ways to play If you can’t manage the time to hop a plane and escape this season, don’t stress. There’s a spot you can get to by car that’s bound to help you relax and reset before the madness of the holidays sets in.
174 local color Today’s freshest looks are the perfect standoout against some of Miami Beach’s most iconic hot spots.
186 the lady is a Vamp And why not? ‘Tis the season to get daring with your makeup.
174 November 2015
83 aventurist Function & styLE 83 A few things to spruce up your surroundings for the holiday guest invasion.
hot shEEt 84 Vince Camuto opens in Aventura Mall; iPic theater comes to North Miami Beach; the Book Fair is back; and more.
LocaL coLor 90 Camus International; American Building Engineers.
thE mix 94 Shop RED to make a difference this year; FYI International’s first Franck Muller yacht; and more.
thE arts Get your dose of (amazing) art on the fly at Miami International Airport.
book bag Read up on eating, entertaining and etiquette.
rocks stars Fancy drinks you can make at home.
sidE dish Brian Nasajon of Beaker & Gray.
rEaL EstatE An overview of Metropica in Sunrise.
drivE timE 100 Steve Siler reviews BMW’s new flagship, the all-new 2016 BMW 7-Series.
thE Last wordy 108 Maria Tettamanti adds some serious glam to your holiday accessory game.
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It’s that time of year again when I talk about the holidays— specifically, the Holiday Gift Guide that we publish every November. It seems that this year more than any previous year, I was bombarded with gift ideas (starting in June) from public relations peeps representing every industry from beauty to technology to luxury leather goods (my personal fave) to health and fitness…you get the idea. There was so much to parse through and there were so many options that I actually considered expanding the section from 10 pages to 12 or 14. Then I came to my senses. I’m past the age (or almost past it) where I even think about holiday gifts other than the ones I’m planning to buy for others. There are very few actual “things” in this world that I feel any lust for at this point in my life, but I am human, after all—I do like a nice bag or a fab bottle of perfume here and there. Still, given the weather here in South Florida over the past months—as cheesy and disingenuous as it may sound—I really believe that if I could wish for one thing this year, it would be an actual winter that feels like winter. I would even take fall. It’s mid-October as I write this, and frankly the current temperature outside—88 degrees with what feels like 90 percent humidity—is seriously killing my vibe. And yes, I fully realize that my friends to the north would
love to have this problem, but let’s face it: It’s all relative. I’m not asking for a blizzard. I’m not even asking for snow. I’m not asking for much, really. Just thermometer readings under the 75-degree mark. And with those, the corresponding FPL bills under $500. (Not a typo.) Anyway, you probably have bigger and better items on your holiday wish list, as do your loved ones. So you won’t find my intangible idea of a gift in our guide, but you will find plenty of items that you may just consider perfect for the family members and friends on your list. We hope so, anyway. And stay tuned for the December/January issue, where we continue throwing out options to those of you who wait until the last minute to get your buying done. Who knows? By then, you may need to slip on a jacket to head out to the mall—or at least a longsleeve shirt. After all, hope springs eternal, especially this time of year. Enjoy the issue.
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AVENTURIST ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF A LIFE WELL LIVED PARTY PERFECT The Xenia 94-inch White Bar in wood, stainless steel and a floating clear tempered glass top has a glass rack for cocktail and wine glasses in addition to shelves for your liquor collection; $1,099, at El Dorado stores and eldoradofurniture.com.
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GO FOR THE GOLD Ever seen anything more festive than these sparkly Talitha pillows? Pop them around your seating areas for a little twinkle. Designs range from $255-$325; at Jonathan Adler, Miami Design District, and jonathanadler.com.
SIMPLY SPLASHY Jonathan Adler’s festive gold and white Jackson Dinnerware dresses up the table and adds a touch of fun at the same time. Dinner plate, $48, and dessert plate, $32, at Jonathan Adler, Miami Design District, and jonathanadler.com.
LIGHT IT UP Bet you didn’t realize you could bump up your décor with cool switchplates: Surprise! Check out The Pop designed by Michael Amato for Urban Electric Co. (and there are more colors and designs where these come from); $750 each, at urbanelectricco.com. november 2015
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For the Love of Vince Now at Aventura Mall, a Vince Camuto concept store just in time for your fall wardrobe refresh.
Glass act Saint-Louis Cristallerie opens on the ground floor of the Hermès store.
Getting fancy—or fancier—the 429-year-old Cristalleries de Saint-Louis brand just opened its first US shop in November inside the Hermès boutique in the Miami Design District, only the third boutique of its kind in the world after Paris
and Hong Kong. The new location carries the full range of products, from tableware, barware and lighting to decorative pieces, collectibles and accessories. And to celebrate the link between past and present designs, a limitededition version of the Opercule box has been produced especially for the occasion. Originally designed in 2012 by Adrien Rovero, the piece combines a traditional bevelcut crystal base with a vividly colored lid. Saint-Louis’ lightbending crystal treasures reflect and are reflected in spectacular and surprising ways, as the light of Miami dances through them in their new home. Saint-Louis Cristallerie at Hermès Miami Design District, 175 NE 40th St., Miami; visit miamidesigndistrict.com.
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Now open to fulfill your fall fashion needs: Vince Camuto in the Aventura Mall. If you’ve been in love with his shoes, bags, clothes and fashion jewelry through the years and found yourself scoping it out online and in department stores, now you’re golden—it’s all here in one place. The Vince Camuto store is located on the mall’s upper level, near Victoria’s Secret. You can get a sneak peek at the fall collection before you head out by logging on to aventuramall.com.
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Book It It’s back for the 32nd year: Miami Book Fair International returns this month.
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And the readers and writers will follow, as they do by the hundreds of thousands every year for the Miami Book Fair international, an eight-day literary party in november. the event opens Sunday, november 15, with the popular “evenings With…” series, featuring six nights of readings and discussions with noted authors from the uS and around the world. then, on Friday, the Street Fair gets under way, the highlight of which is the Festival of Authors, with more than 450 authors reading and discussing their work. More than 250 publishers and booksellers exhibit and sell books during Street Fair weekend, with special features like the antiquarians, who showcase signed first editions, original manuscripts and other collectibles. Authors scheduled to appear include Mitch Albom, Dave Barry, Ann Beattie, eric Bogosian and tom Brokaw among others. For more information, visit miamibookfair.com.
At long last, an iPic movie theater comes to Miami.
program entitles iPic members to discounted pricing, priority notification of tickets available for purchase to blockbuster movies, access to exclusive showings, free upgrades to Premium Plus seats and the ability to earn points toward iPic Member Reward programs. iPic Theaters North Miami Beach is located at 3701 NE 163rd St; for more information, visit ipictheaters.com.
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Just in time for those holiday films we all love to flock to, iPic Theaters is opening a location at North Miami Beach’s Intracoastal Mall. If you’re not familiar with the concept, it combines extra-wide, extra-comfy reclining seats with gourmet goodies delivered to your seat and a dining-inthe-dark menu helmed by three-time James Beard Award winner Sherry Yard. Eight auditoriums contain seating for between 50 to 90 and all seats can be reserved on iPic’s proprietary reservation system by visiting iPic. com (or, of course, there’s an app for that). An exclusive membership
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HOT NOW: DIYs Create for the holidays This holiday season, do something different with handmade gifts even the kids can help create. gardening expert, tv and radio host, author and columnist Melinda Myers has some suggestions for making the holidays even more memorable this year by actually making gifts instead of just going out and buying them. And when you do it with your children, the projects are even more rewarding. Here are three suggestions Myers offers: ◗ Make your own terrariuM. Just add a few ceramic items like a Christmas tree ornament or other adornments that represent the season. You can make your own from an old glass jar or vase or purchase an elegant terrarium with a copper bottom to set the perfect stage for your tabletop garden. ◗ Design a green birDhouse. Biodegradable birdhouses made from 100 percent recycled paper are designed to last through one nesting season. Have fun decorating it with stickers, markers or paint. Once the season is over, there’s no need for cleaning: it can simply be added to the compost pile. ◗ give a Decorative treat to the birDs. those with live Christmas trees can extend their enjoyment by decorating the tree with colorful birdseed ornaments once it is moved outdoors. Make your own ornaments from suet, peanut butter and birdseed or purchase ready-made ones. For more tips from Myers, visit melindamyers.com.
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The latest hot chef to hit Miami is Alex Guarnaschelli, at Nautilus Cabana Club and Driftwood Room. The opening date keeps moving, but that just makes us anticipate it more—Food Network superstar Alex Guarnaschelli has been named the culinary force behind the upcoming Nautilus Cabana Club and Driftwood Room at the new Nautilus South Beach hotel at 1825 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach. The original buzz had it opening October 1st, but like the beautiful people heading out to the club in SoFlo, these things tend to run fashionably late. Guarnaschelli says she wants the restaurant to feel “beachy and fun”—interpret that as you will—and plans to offer up grilled fish, Mediterraneaninfluenced salads, et al. Stay tuned to find out when you’ll get your chance to try it out firsthand.
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FAMILY TRADITION LEGENDARY FRENCH COGNAC PRODUCER CAMUS INTERNATIONAL HAD ALREADY CONQUERED THE REST OF THE WORLD BEFORE COMING TO THE US. By John Buchanan
Q&A with Alexandra Albu, sales and marketing director for the US.
Camus International, based in France and founded in 1863, is a leading producer and global marketer of fine cognacs. It is the only one of the top five cognac producers that is still a familyrun enterprise. The company began distributing its products internationally in 1969, first in the Asia-Pacific region. Camus formally entered the US market in 2009, with the creation of CIL US Wines & Spirits, originally headquartered in West Palm Beach. Earlier this year, the operation relocated to Fort Lauderdale.
The brand consists of two core lines, Elegance and Borderies, named for the exclusive region where its products are produced and the designation under which the company’s finest products are marketed. Camus cognacs range in age from two to 50 years. CIL US Wines & Spirits, 2601 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Suite 301, Fort Lauderdale. For more information, call 561.318.6149 or visit camus-intl.com.
What are the key things that set the Camus brand apart?
How has the market for fine cognacs grown and evolved in South Florida?
How strong is your presence in South Florida?
“First and foremost is the fact that we are still very much a family-owned company. Our business is based on traditions that date back to our founding in 1863. Another factor that sets us apart is that the cognac region of France consists of six separate sub-territories. We are based out of the heart of the cognac region, which has the designation Borderies. And not only is that historically regarded as the top region for producing cognac, but of the big five producers, we are the only one that is based in Borderies. One of the things that allows us to do is create an exclusive, single-estate cognac, which is unique in today’s market because it means all of the grapes come from a single location. They are not blended from multiple locations.”
“There has been tremendous growth in the interest in and demand for fine cognacs in South Florida. For example, a lot of Europeans come to South Florida and they are very familiar with our brand. And another key demographic for us is the Russian community in places like Hallandale Beach and Sunny Isles Beach. Yet another key market is the Canadians that travel so often to South Florida. So the fact that we are the established brand for fine cognacs in their native countries helps us very much because so many of them are moving here or coming here on vacation. They are happy to find our products in US stores, as well as the bars and nightclubs they frequent. And our product lines cover price points from entry level cognacs to the finest and most exclusive cognacs in the world today.”
“In Florida, we have very strong market coverage, and in South Florida, even more so. We are distributed [here] by Premier Beverage, one of the area’s top distributors. Our products are available across a range of fine wine retailers, as well as in leading hotels and resorts. We’re also available in top country clubs, nightclubs and so forth. Some of the South Florida hotels that sell our products are The Breakers, Acqualina Resort & Spa in Sunny Isles Beach, and W Hotel and The Setai in South Beach. We’re also sold at the best steakhouses, including at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach. There are also many other well-known fine dining restaurants that serve our products.”
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What sets you apart from your competitors? “The thing that really sets us apart is that we are a design-based company. That means that we save our clients money and time because we are controlling the entire project, from the very beginning of the design phase, under one roof. A client does not have to go find another architect or engineer to handle any part of their project. We do it all as a single company, with every service provided in-house. And that kind of fullservice capability saves our clients time and money. It also makes us unique.”
TURNKEY SERVICE FOR THREE DECADES, AMERICAN BUILDING ENGINEERS HAS DEVELOPED A SOLID REPUTATION THROUGHOUT SOUTH FLORIDA FOR RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS. By John Buchanan
Founded in 1986, Fort Lauderdale-based American Building Engineers (ABE) provides design, engineering, construction and inspection services for residential, commercial, healthcare and industrial projects. Over the last three decades, the company has done business with virtually every major real estate developer in South Florida, as well as a long list of sophisticated individual clients who build, renovate or expand their residences or business locations. ABE’s business philosophy is both simple and timetested: it’s based on client satisfaction. Company founder and principal Abe Borujerdi, P.E., born in Iran and educated at the University of Kansas, has more than 30 years of experience in the structural design, analysis and construction of residential, commercial and heavy industrial projects. He’s served as a consultant to top engineering and construction companies, including Bechtel Power Corporation, Brown and Root, Inc. (KBR), and Sargent & Lundy Engineers. Borujerdi currently holds active Florida credentials as a Licensed Professional Engineer, Licensed Special Inspector (unlimited stories), Certified State Licensed General Contractor, and Certified State Licensed Roofing Contractor. American Building Engineers is located at 1842 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954.739.5099; abeincusa.com.
How did that business model evolve? “The design-based idea is fairly new. We are one of very few companies in South Florida that approach a project that way. And we have worked for years to create that business model, because we were always known as engineers and as a construction company. But we always had the idea that we wanted to handle every phase of a project from start to finish. A lot of other companies say they are design-based and full-service, but in reality they outsource the design to another company, which the client doesn’t know until there is some kind of problem. And once there is a problem, the client learns that there is a third party involved, and that can make finding a solution to the problem much harder and more complicated. With us, no matter what phase of the project we are talking about, our client is working with someone who is an employee of American Building Engineers. And that makes the process very efficient and economical.”
What kinds of residential projects do you do? “The residential projects we do include everything from renovation or expansion of an existing home to complete design and construction services for a new home or a condo or apartment complex. And we handle everything from the conceptual phase to the design and construction. We do a lot of custom luxury homes, including waterfront homes. We also do condominium and apartment projects. For example, we now have several major projects underway in Bay Harbor. Those include a 30-unit condominium and also four townhouses that we are designing.”
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Just in time for the boat show, meet the FMY 55’ Open, the first hull to be completed as a part of a fleet that also includes a 55’ HT, 68’ Open, 68’ HT, 80’ HT and 108’ RPH. Miami-based FYI International is launching the Franck Muller Yacht, built by the Carrara-based shipyard Cantieri Apuania SPA and the Italian Sea Group, having been appointed as an official FMY authorized dealer by Franck Muller Yachts of the Americas. Following its global launch at the Monaco Yacht Show, FYI International will introduce the
FMY 55’ Open to the US & Latin American market during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this month, where they will also have an additional six yachts on display ranging from 50 to 200 feet in length. This isn’t just any boat for sale, though: Prospective buyers will be meticulously sourced and invited to purchase a Franck Muller Yacht through an exclusive buyers list available to US and Latin American clients. Think you’ll make the cut? For more information, call 305.854.6020 or contact Zack Hadeed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Your HealTH New Medical Center of Aventura promises to optimize the healthcare experience for its patients. The latest and greatest professional office building in South Florida is going up in Aventura. The contemporary, state-of-the-art New Medical Center of Aventura will comprise 142,500 square feet and keep the focus on medical practices and healthcare providers as tenants. Technion Investments, which is developing the project, has selected architectural and engineering firms that specialize in the design of health care facilities to ensure that that the building is as functional and comfortable as possible for patrons and clients, both physically and mentally. As an example, a botanical terrace garden is planned for the 8th floor that will contain approximately 7,500 square feet of park-like green outdoor space, visually accessible from all office spaces on levels 8 through 11 and offering long-range southern views of Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay. In addition, a rooftop horticulture center is set to grow fresh vegetables and produce that will be served at the building’s food service establishment and potentially supplying locally grown fresh produce to the community. New Medical Center is expected to be completed by early summer 2017. 94
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Gift Yourself During the hectic holidays, order yourself some tranquility: the Moments of Mindfulness Box. Ah, mindfulness—in this day and age of selfies and selfishness, it seems to be a lost art. enter expert Dr. nina Smiley (you may have seen her on Oprah or read one of her books), whose Moments of Mindfulness in a Box is a mindfulness survival kit of sorts, consisting of: • A Keepsake Box for storing photos, mementos, and touchstones • Guided instructions on how to use each item in the box to create a Mindful Moment • The Three Minute Meditator book, co-authored by Dr. Smiley • A pen, stationery and stamps to inspire you to connect with someone you care about with a thoughtful note Anne Hathaway
• Harney & Sons Chamomile Tea for soothing yourself after a long day • Chocolate by Oliver • A touchstone to carry with you to help you center within • A journal • A Sonoma Eucalyptus Sachet • A Yala Silk Eye Mask so you can clear your mind for relaxing sleep • Pillow Poems, for a moment of insight • An Emerald SoapRock
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This year, shop to make a difference in the lives of people who need help most. Founded in 2006 by Bono and Bobby Shriver to get businesses involved in raising funds for the fight against AIDS, (RED) offers scads of items like Beats by Dre (PRODUCT)RED Solo 2 headphones ($199.95; the sale of which provides 17 days of life-saving pills to an AIDS patient) to the FEED (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition Love 30 Bag ($80; the sale of which provides 40 days of life-saving pills) to the ADO(RED) Onesie for your babe ($18; buys 20 days of life-saving pills). To date, more than $320 million has been raised through the sale of (RED) companies, including Apple and Starbucks, with 100 percent of the money going toward AIDS research. You can help out this holiday by doing some holiday shopping yourself; visit red.org.
Packaged using a beautiful peacock theme, this gift—for you or someone you care about—will delight whomever receives it, and this time of year, isn’t that the point? $98 per box; at mohonkgiftshops.com.
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Keep things tight, wherever you go, with Balanced Body’s assortment of portable exercise equipment.
Yule Need These Now Stave off the holiday heft with BalanCed Body’S little helPerS.
Before the tasty treats of the season start pushing your size range north, grab yourself some necessary equipment from Balanced Body. The Orbit ($229) lets you strengthen your abs, the Magic Roller ($39) helps you loosen your sore muscles, their Resistance Tubing (in four colors and differing levels of resistance, from 10 lbs. to 40 lbs.) lets you work out anywhere, from your bedroom floor to your hotel room; and the MOTR (More Than a Roller, $349) comes with workout DVDs and flash cards and is also travel friendly. There’s plenty more, too—check out Pilates on the Go and SmartBells, too; visit pilates.com.
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CloCkwise from right: Low-profile, wide candles at the place settings, clusters of tapered candles lining the length of the table or just a few simple white candles in silver candelabra are three ways to lend a glow to your holiday feast.
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Simple Yet Sophisticated This original ranch house in a prominenT waTerfronT area of Key wesT was redesigned for easy indoor-ouTdoor living.
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» Artist/designer and Key West native Debra Yates.
hen Debra Yates was commissioned to redesign a 1960s era house on the riviera Canal, an open-water channel close to the ocean in Key West, she knew this would be a special project. since there are very few houses on the water in Key West, Yates, a designer and painter, was excited to bring her clean-lined and functional style to a magical place where she could virtually start from scratch. “the interiors were gutted, and I basically started over,” says Yates, co-owner with her son, benjamin burle, of burleYates Design, a south Florida firm that designs landscapes, interiors and structures. Yates is known for her cool, minimalist style, which combines tranquility with sophistication. she calls her design approach “subtropical Modernism” and this house, “subtropical island modern”. such
Âť The vibrant red of the
contemporary canvas and tabletop bowl match the red chairs located outside just a few steps away.
» the spare white master
bedroom is peaceful and inviting, with a wall of sliding glass doors leading outside. “the room is minimal yet functional,” says Yates.
a fresh design was perfect for this dated, 1,936-square-foot home. It needed a shot in the arm, complete with contemporary style, color and modern lighting. “I worked closely with the contractor and the owner, who has good taste,” says Yates. “The house is on the main way to get in and out of Key West, and I wanted it to look fabulous. Everything had to be approved by the historical society.” She installed floors, windows, skylights, and even added a new roof. She also created a 210-square-foot wing, which became the master bath, and a 160-square-foot boathouse (one bedroom and one bath), which is totally new construction. In the outdoor areas, Yates added tiles, built decks in the pool section, created a sculptural red wall that hides the outdoor shower attached to the boathouse, and designed columns attached to the awning of the guest quarters/office. “When I do both the interior and exterior of a home, I like to be sure the outside space is also great,” she says. “People should make the outside integral from the start. The outdoors is just as important as the inside.” With Yates’ additions, the redesigned home is now 2,306 square feet, excluding the garage. The property’s main rooms include the guest quarters, living room, kitchen, study and master bedroom/bath. In addition are the boathouse, pool decks and exterior sitting sections for the many parties, auctions and fundraisers held here. But the job required extensive labor. In fact, there was a great deal of design work done at the beginning of construction because the concept had to be compatible with the contemporary space. “My client gets it,” says Yates. “She keeps a simple
» The new master bath has an open shower
for two. Glorious canal views enhance this spa-like respite made of marble and tile.
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to resemble a pond. She built raised decks to enhance the canal view at left, and to offer an area to place chaise lounges around the pool.
» The brand-new boathouse is made of birch
plywood on the side wall and has the same roof line as the main house. A secluded outdoor shower bespeaks Key West at its best.
house, and the furniture is site-specific. She likes easy contemporary living.” Yates, who had complete aesthetic control of the renovation and design, even handled the wiring and channeling of glass. Challenges were easily overcome as they worked on each area. “A great client wants me there to avoid problems,” says Yates, who holds a B.A. in Design from Florida State University. “I know construction, and I catch things before they get out of hand.” The living room, which delights with a savvy use of colors like apple green, olive and a burst of orange, offers comfort and style with equal billing. While glass doors open to the pool offering a lovely canal view, Yates designed a large orange piece for the room which creates a foyer. Wiring is underneath with audio-visual on the other side. The functional/artsy piece stands out, yet does not overwhelm. The wall across the living room is painted apple green and provides more of the room’s energy, as does a pair of light olive chairs. Yates designed the bamboo floors and entertainment center as well as the central air, skylights and other lighting in this space. The kitchen repeats the bamboo floor and has track lighting recessed into the dry wall. The countertops are made of poured concrete. A glass-topped dining table—Yates
» the outdoor dining area off of the living room
is highlighted with a noguchi dining table and bright red chairs from Crate & Barrel. Yates made the secure silver awning on round concrete columns. “no water can come in to mar the outdoor dining experience,” says Yates.
created the template, then had it made— works well with the white walls, stainless steel appliances and bold colored art. “The client is a cook and enjoys being in the kitchen,” says Yates. The rest of the house is also cool, harmonious and spare. The white master bedroom with Travertine marble floors is serene and comfortable. Yates opened the wall and built the master bathroom to offer a more complete sanctuary. With views of the canal through floor-to-ceiling glass windows, the owner can lie in bed and gaze outside or pull the curtains for privacy. The white bathroom also has Travertine marble floors, tile on the walls and views of the canal. Yates ordered double sinks with oval bowls and selected faucets by the French designer Philippe Starck. And she mixed and matched looks from the bedroom for a uniform design. “I took some of the bedroom material and cut it in four-inch squares to use for a bench in the bathroom,” she says. The charm continues outdoors. Off of the living room is a dining area that resembles an enchanted garden. The door leading from the guest room opens here, too, and Yates has enclosed some of the space
with corrugated aluminum. Minimalist gardens with mostly native landscaping are part of her projects, and she likes to design houses and gardens together as one unit, often using the same materials inside and out. She blurs the lines with sliding glass walls inviting the outside in and the inside out. By doing so, there is no major distinction. This house is an example of Yates’ flowing design philosophy. The existing pool was enhanced with gray tile and now matches the concrete of the outdoor dining space, setting the stage to take advantage of Key West’s tropical offerings. “I built a raised deck at the pool with room for two chaise lounges and another deck that is two steps down to the canal with a bench overlooking the water,” she says. For lighting, she likes to take floor lamps outdoors and create interesting effects in the garden. After all, she says: “This is a great party house!” Yates is very happy with the end result. She felt it was a wonderful project because she was able to do what she wanted. “The contractors knew I had aesthetic control, and the client was good,” she says. “We kept life simple.”
» The kitchen was designed
for the owner, who loves to cook. She wanted a double oven and stainless refrigerator. The sculpture above the tall glass table is made of twigs. “This art warms the space,” says Yates. “It gives a natural feel to counter the cold, contemporary lighting.”
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To Play If you can’t manage the tIme to hop a plane and escape thIs season, don’t stress. Whether It’s around the corner, over the causeWay or beyond the 7-mIle brIdge, there’s a spot you can get to by car that’s bound to help you relax and reset before the madness of the holIdays sets In. By Lori CapuLLo
ven a one-night staycation at the gloriously opulent yet comfortable Acqualina Resort & Spa can wash away months’ worth of stress and make you feel like a new person. From the moment you motor up the driveway lined with gleaming Rolls-Royces and are greeted by the valet to the moment you check in—they actually do seem happy to see you—and are graciously offered a bellini or chilled water to the time you (reluctantly, we’re willing to bet) check out and head back to real life, the entire experience is fit for a royal. I’m gushing, you say? Maybe so, but not without reason. It’s not that often that you
CLoCKWISe From beLoW: AQ sous chef Josue Pena and executive sous chef Anthony Dominguez; part of the cozy beach area behind the resort; inside a Deluxe Intracoastal room; Acqualina’s majestic but welcoming entrance.
Acqualina Resort & Spa
AROUND THE CORNER:
find a place such as this, where the guestrooms are so luxuriously appointed, with marble floors, plush furnishings, luxe beddings and breathtaking views from the balconies, and yet you feel so, well, chill. There’s none of that stiffness that often pervades the atmosphere at such ritzy properties, and even though the clientele here comprises a range of travelers from around the world—some of whom come from as far as Brazil with families of 12 or more in tow and rent multiple rooms, we were told—there is an overall vibe that makes everyone feel like they belong. Relaxing is my personal favorite thing to do here, whether it be at the simply spectacular spa (if you’re going with a significant other, you must check out the Private Spa, with treatments for two—pick from the two-hour or three-hour experience—plus a steam shower for two and lunch), at one of the pools or beachside, where you can sip delights like pineapple mojitos served chaise-side and indulge in ocean-fresh ceviche and other delicious dishes. Evenings, settle in with a glass of wine and taste the creations of chef Anthony Dominguez, who inevitably materializes tableside to greet you and ask how you’re enjoying his innovative creations, like Yuzu Tuna Tacos, Kale Pecorino Salad and Lobster Tagliatelle. Acqualina Resort & Spa, 17875 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles, 305.918.8000; acqualinaresort.com. november 2015
CLOCKWiSe, tHiS PAge: the arrival area in front of 1 Hotel; a seating vignette inside the enormous lobby area; a peek into one of the King guestrooms. OPPOSite: A daybed at the main pool (top); lounges line the rooftop pool.
1 Hotel South Beach
Over the Causeway:
Step through the doors of 1 Hotel South Beach and it’s like entering another world—one that smells like heaven (the fragrance is actually emanating through the vents and the wood beams). Like its sister property in Manhattan, this one was designed in collaboration with eco-friendly architects and craftsmen who have managed to combine nature with the high design guests want from a South Beach hotel, using low-impact, reclaimed and natural materials throughout. “It’s simple. I decided that if I was ever going to create another hotel, I wanted it to be more than a brand; I wanted it to be a cause,” says Barry Sternlicht, chairman and CEO of Starwood Capital Group. “People are already living like this and are now looking for ways to travel in the same fashion.” Those people are welcomed into the lobby with 3,000 feet of living wall wrapped around its exterior, 11,000 local tropical plant varieties and playful art-as-nature pieces such as interactive hanging terrariums and a plant laboratory from local Miami artisans Plant the Future. Colorado beetle kill pine was used to make 168
the bed headboards and all the rooms have custom hemp-blend Keetsa mattresses topped with hypoallergenic, 100 percent organic linens. Even the clothes hangers are made from recycled paper, and natural stones engraved with the words “not now” take the place of “do not disturb” signs. Rooms are huge at 700 square feet, with inviting daybed couches meant for sprawling. Notable guest perks include Tesla premium electric car service for transportation within a pre-set radius, complimentary bicycle valet, free parking for guests who bring their own electric vehicles and digital newspapers on an in-room device. (And of course, there is free Wi-Fi, because who can live without that?) Guest services can be requested via a handheld, remote control-like Nexus device, from in-room dining to in-room massage to valet service so you don’t have to stand around and wait for your car downstairs should you ever want to leave, which is highly unlikely. Superstar chef Tom Colicchio oversees the food and beverage programs at 1 Hotel South Beach, and from the cocktail Tom’s Flip on Collins, bubbling with frothy egg whites and imbued with cucumber vodka, at the lobby bar (aptly named Tom on Collins) to dinner at the chic, lively Beachcraft, he’s aced the job—but was there ever any doubt? When you go, reserve a cabana poolside—choose from airconditioned with flat-screen TV or not—where you can lounge about and enjoy the service from eager-to-please servers who will make sure your bucket of chilled bottled water remains full, your cocktails are refreshed, and your tummy is full as the gauzy white curtains lift up with the breeze and float across it. 1 Hotel South Beach, 2341 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.604.1000; 1hotels.com.
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The Gates Key West
Driving onto Roosevelt Boulevard in Key West from Miami, one would never expect to find a place like The Gates. At least, this seasoned Key West visitor wouldn’t. The high-traffic thoroughfare is one I always think of as a means to an end on the far side of the island. But I have been enlightened. Once inside the front doors of this cool, contemporary, comfortable and casual spot, you’ll forget the hectic nature of what’s going on outside its front doors. The boutique hotel, once a Days Inn, is one of those places that actually does deserve to be described with the overused term “a gem” of a place. The design is decidedly modern in the rooms, with whitewashed beams and cypress platform beds and local art on the walls, which wrap around the lively pool and its accompanying bar. The hotel is unique in a number of ways: there’s no restaurant on-site, but there is a gourmet food truck, The Blind Pig, which offers up delicious Cuban, Bahamian, Caribbean and Florida-inspired tapas designed by Chef Dave (formally, David Fuhrman, whose CV includes stints at Hot Tin Roof, A&B Lobster House and Conch Republic Seafood Company), along with sandwiches and burgers. Custom-designed blue-and-white bikes created just for The Gates’ guests are available for tooling around town. And the only rum distillery in Key West, Legal Rum Distillery, has partnered with
tHiS PAge: Whitewashed woods and local art add charm to the rooms at the gates (below), where a bedside tablet keeps guests informed about the weather and anything else they need to know. OPPOSite, CLOCKWiSe FrOM tOP: the famous Key West sunset behind the gates; the Blind Pig food truck feeds hungry visitors from the hotel and nearby businesses; the pool is just steps from every guestroom.
the hotel, so their rum is featured in all of the rum-based drinks served at Rum Row, the hotel bar (and in the signature delicious welcome cocktail you’re offered when you check in). If you enjoy a stogie, you can purchase the legendary Rodriguez Cigar Factory cigars at the hotel and enjoy them al fresco in The Rodriguez Cigar Garden just off the bar. On that note, whether you enjoy cigars or not, it’s worth a visit to the Rodriguez Cigar Factory tucked away on Fitzpatrick Street in Key West, where you can watch the product being hand-rolled by several generations of the Rodriguez family and you may just end up sipping a cafecito and shooting the breeze for a couple of hours with the effervescent Danny Rodriguez. And that’s not the worst way to while away an afternoon in one of the most laid-back cities in the world. The Gates Hotel, 3824 N. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West, 305.320.0930; gateshotelkeywest.com. november 2015
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emilio Pucci shirt; at neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour. vintage pants; at C. Madeleine’s, north Miami Beach. Silvia tcherassi clutch; at Silvia tcherassi, village of Merrick Park, Coral gables. vintage necklace; at C. Madeleine’s, north Miami Beach. giuseppe zanotti shoes; at Bloomingdale’s, Aventura Mall. 178
DKNY dress; at Bloomingdaleâ€™s, Aventura. Jimmy Choo shoes; at Neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour. Photographed at 11th Street Diner, Miami Beach.
Alice & Olivia dress; at Bloomingdale’s, Aventura. vintage necklace; at C. Madeleine’s, north Miami Beach. Belt: Stylist’s own. Saint Laurent boots; at neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour. 180
Alice & Olivia jacket; at Bloomingdaleâ€™s, Aventura Mall. Vintage earrings; at C. Madeleineâ€™s, North Miami Beach.
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Getting ready for a vacation is always exciting, even though the thought of dealing with the airport—parking, security lines, et al—is always a drag. But there is one uplifting aspect of booking travel through Miami International Airport, as frenzied as it may be. Art works of every kind have been installed throughout all aspects of the airport, from the floors to the walls and even the ceilings. The large-scale works are particularly impressive, although the paintings and mosaics are gallery-worthy as well. And even though Miami is widely considered a “new” city when it comes to art and culture—mainly just since Art Basel began here 13 years ago—Dr. Yolanda Sanchez, director of Fine Arts and Cultural Affairs at Miami International Airport, has been curating art for the airport for 20 years. Sanchez has said her department works on a “shoestring budget” compared with galleries and museums, so much of the work is from up-and-coming artists in South Florida. And according to airport officials, there are at least 35 different projects happening at once inside the terminals.
Top To boTTom: Jan Stark
works on her mural Meltdown; the Carybé murals at MiA were formerly located in the American Airlines terminal at JFK in new York (inset).
Top To boTTom: Brightly colored flowers fashioned into a
message of world unity by R&R Studios spell out All together Now; How Sweet It Is! depicts Miami Beach in its heyday with icon Jackie Gleason; photographer Paul Marcellini’s Storm Over the River of Grass is part of the Everglades exhibit.
Inside Terminal D, where moving walkways converge, is Miami artist Jan Stark’s mural, Meltdown, which Sanchez said was done with the idea of “enlivening the space,” since so many people move through the area. For her part, Stark knew as soon as she saw the space, after being asked to propose a project, that she wanted to cover everything, not just walls. “I wanted to have the audience immersed in the artwork,” she revealed during an interview with the press. There are stories behind every visual, enough to fill a book. In South Terminal, H, Level 2, American Airlines, Odebrecht and the Miami-Dade Aviation Department partnered to bring in two murals by Brazilian artist Carybé that were originally installed in the AA terminal of New York’s JFK Airport in 1960, but would have been destroyed when that terminal was set to be demolished. The murals were instead removed, restored, transported to and installed at MIA and put on permanent display here in 2009. (You can watch a video on the restoration and relocation of the Carybé murals on miami-airport.com.) In a nod to South Florida history, in Central Terminal, G, you’ll find How Sweet It Is!, the catchphrase of Miami Beach legend Jackie Gleason, whose variety series ran from the late 1940s to 1970, in various forms. Just inside Terminal D, there are paintings of the Everglades, enormous mixed-medium works and vintage photography. In a sentiment that one imagines is common to all artists whose work is displayed in the airport, poetry-inspired Mario Bencomo told a reporter as he was preparing a commission that he was excited about the possibility of travelers from around the world seeing his art. “When the opportunity came up to show here I immediately thought, I have to work for this project,” he said. 194
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Top To boTTom: One of the most famous installations
as part of Miami-Dade’s Art in Public Places programs is Harmonic Convergence (2012); Michele Oka Doner’s A Walk on the Beach places sea creatures beneath travelers’ feet as they traverse through terminal D.
Another unusual and remarkable set of works is by R&R Studios. Formed by constellations of brilliantly colored flowers formed into letters, All We Need is Love, Peace and Love, and All Together Now impart a message to travelers from all corners of the globe as they make their way through the airport, the idea being that even if it’s for a brief moment as one passes through, it’s spotted, admired, and uplifts those who see it. In conjunction with the MIA Fine Arts Division, Miami-Dade Art in Public Places (APP), one of the first public art programs of its kind in the US (established 1973 with the passing of an ordinance allocating 1.5 percent of county construction funds for artworks that are site-specific, permanent and integrated with architecture), has helped bring MIA to the forefront when it comes to public art; in fact, because of MIA’s immense construction program, it is currently the largest user of APP in the country. Perhaps one of the most famous—and favorite—is A Walk on the Beach (1995-1998) by Michele Oka Doner, swirls of starfish and shells embedded in the terrazzo floors located in Terminal D, Level 2; of the most breathtaking and memorable, Harmonic Convergence, a 72-foot window wall with diamond-shaped panes of glass in 150 transparent colors by architect and composer Christopher Janney, was integrated into the MIA Mover Station in 2012 and garnered much acclaim from art critics and enthusiasts alike. As Miami becomes more respected and recognized as a cultural city, more than just its residents are benefiting. Every person who travels through MIA will return home with the realization of just how important art is to the fabric of the Magic City. 196
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Dining guiDe Drink, eat anD repeat: there are plenty of places to choose from
Prime Fish Brunch
Years after Nemo served its last brunch, the lauded event is back, at the same location, by the same restaurateur—Myles Chefetz, at his latest hot spot, the seafood eatery Prime Fish. Chefetz has reconstructed the iconic South Beach brunch with highlights such as Curried Fish Cakes and Duck Confit Hash in addition to new dishes that include the lobster omelette, homemade whitefish salad, brioche French toast and eggs benedict. Guests can also indulge in omelettes, meats from a carving station, and an á la carte raw bar, or enjoy healthy options like homemade granola and tropical fruit. Then there are the bottomless mimosas, Bellinis, prosecco and housemade Bloody Marys, all for the un-South Beach-like price of $49.
BELOW: Duck confit hash, anyone? Head to Prime Fish to get your brunchtime fill.
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American & Continental 660 at the angler’s — In the Angler’s Hotel, 660 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305.534.9600; anglershotelmiami.com. Lowkey, high-luxe is the perfect description for this dining destination in the Angler’s Hotel, which offers a regionally inspired American menu and romance a plenty. The homemade empanadas are legendary and their brunch can’t be beat. Don’t miss the Short Ribs Benedict. aDena grIll & WIne Bar — In the Village at Gulfstream Park, 900 Silks Run, Ste. 1740, Hallandale Beach, 954.464.2333; adenagrill.com. This upscale steakhouse
specializes in 100 percent grass fed, grassfinished beef and a farm-to-fork experience means all meats and poultry are sourced from Adena Farms in Ocala, Florida. The open kitchen allows a bird’s eye view of custommade grills and rotisseries and fresh, local and organic ingredients. Barton g. — 1427 West Ave., Miami Beach, 305.672.8881; bartongtherestaurant. com. If you’ve ever been to BGR, you know that this restaurant promises more than delicious fare, with an exciting and dramatic dining experience that tantalizes all your senses. Jaw-dropping appetizers, over-thetop entrees, and a dessert menu that literally sparkles and shines—firecrackers included.
BourBon steak — At Turnberry Isle Resort, 19999 W. Country Club Drive, Aventura; 786.279.6600. Michael Mina’s contemporary American steakhouse serving topnotch cuts of meat as well as delectable lobster pot pie, truffle mac and cheese and barbecue pork short ribs, along with outstanding desserts. BIg CIty tavern — 609 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954.727.0307; bigtimerestaurants.com. Smack in the heart of Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Big City Tavern is one of those places where you love to hang out and watch the world—and people—go by while indulging in some good food.
dining guide Chef Jamie De rosa does his thing with seafood at izzy’s Fish & Oyster Bar.
Corsair By sCott Conant — 19999 West Country Club Dr., Aventura. The latest gem by Scott Conant (of Scarpetta fame) has just opened and serves three meals a day. The menu highlights seasonal farmhouse cooking from the Americas and the Mediterranean. Picturesque views of the property’s golf course and recently revamped cascading waterfall are an added bonus. Eating HousE — 804 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305.448.6524; eatinghousemiami.com. The permanent answer to the pop-up restaurant’s popularity, this brunch and dinner spot redefines inventiveness with Cap’n Crunch pancakes, General Tso’s Oxtail, and desserts like the Dirt Cup, containing whipped Nutella, pretzels, salted caramel, chocolate crumbs and vanilla ice cream. FranKEy’s sPorts Bar — In the Village at Gulfstream Park, 900 Silks Run, Ste. 1720, Hallandale Beach, 954.464.2333; frankeysbar.com. Offering a new take on the traditional sport bar, Frankey’s serves dishes like Angus beef burgers, steaks, nachos, tacos, seafood, pasta and more. Diners can also wager on the Gulfstream horse races right from the bar. gili’s BEaCH CluB — 18001 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, 305.692.5777; Delights on the menu here include a variety of caviars, salads with everything from scallops to tropical fruits and marshmallow sauce, South African lobster tail with drawn butter, and sweets, plus lots of wine and champagne by the bottle or the glass, specialty cocktails and full bottle service. HavEn gastroPuB — 1237 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305.987.8885; havenlounge. com. Famous for its libations, including a vast selection of wine and beers, this little eatery is a local favorite and a draw for its light fare including crudos, skewers, innovative sliders (including lamburger, with lavender-coriander honey, applefennel slaw and ouzo mustard) and sweets like nitro ice cream with mix-ins. Houston’s — 17355 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach, 305.947.2000; hillstone.com. Bustling, popular spot on the water that’s a favorite of the business crowd for lunch and families for dinner. Chicago-style spinach dip, delicious burgers, and roast chicken are among the stars.
Izzy’s FIsh & Oyster Bar Izzy’s Fish & Oyster—named after executive chef/partner Jamie DeRosa’s daughter Isabela—pays tribute to summers growing up on the shores of Narragansett and sharing this tradition with his wife and family, where visits are comprised of sunny days, balmy nights, sandy toes and bellies filled with the freshest seafood coastal New England has to offer. Located just steps away from sister restaurant Tongue & Cheek, the cozy laid-back gem beckons as a destination for locals and tourists seeking genuine New England fare combined with the expert service, quality ingredients and whimsical interpretations that are expected from a DeRosa restaurant experience. Happy Hour takes place every day from 5 pm to 7 pm and check out the Rosé Brunch on Sundays. Izzy’s Fish & Oyster is open seven days for dinner. 423 WAshingtOn Ave., MiAMi BeACh, 305.397.8843; izzysMiAMi.COM.
dining guide happy hour is now on at la Moderna in the Sunset harbour Shops.
La Moderna La Moderna’s Copper Bar in Miami Beach’s Sunset Harbour Shops is now serving their Italian and signature crafted cocktails for just $6 during their new Happy Hour, available every day from 5 pm to 7:30 pm. The Copper Bar, the restaurant’s centerpiece and so named because of the meticulously designed copper bar top fabricated in Italy, is offering up cocktails like Campari Orange, Aperol Spritz, Americano, Milano Torino, Bellinis and Mimosas. A rotational specialty crafted cocktail from the signature menu, such as the “Thelma & Louise,” “Ernesto” and “Kama & Sutra,” is also in the offing during Happy Hour. Savory Italian bites can be enjoyed at the Copper Bar as well as the restaurant’s full dinner menu of Italian classics from la cucina (the kitchen) and their Neapolitan-style pizzas. 1874 BAy rd, MiAMi BeAch, 786.717.7274; lAModernA-MiAMi.coM.
MEAT MARKET MIAMI BEACH — 915 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305.532.0088; meatmarketmiami.com. Chic, contemporary décor sets the scene for top cuts of meat, fresh seafood (including delicious, cedar-scented hamachi), exotic offerings like Wood-Roasted African Pheasant and creative sides. Don’t miss the pistachio crème brulee for dessert. MICHAEL’S GENUINE FOOD & DRINK — 130 NE 40th St., Miami, 305.573.5550; michaelsgenuine.com. James Beard Foundation Award Winner for Best Chef Michael Schwartz never loses steam, offering up inventive, bold, flavorful dishes for brunch and dinner, innovative cocktails and jawdroppingly good desserts courtesy of pastry chef Hedy Goldsmith. PRIME 112 — 112 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305.532.8112; mylesrestaurantgroup.com. Myles Chefetz’s famed steakhouse has been 208
around for eight years, a lifetime for any South Beach restaurant, and it’s still always packed. Locals, tourists and celebrities alike come for the famed chopped salad, truffled lobster mac ‘n cheese, rum-baked sweet plantains and the lively scene. But beef is the star here, from an 8-oz. filet mignon to a 48-oz. Porterhouse, served with savory sauces and butters to drive up the crazygood meter a notch. RED, THE STEAKHOUSE — 119 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305.534.3688; redthesteakhouse.com. Topof-the-line steaks and chops so tender you can cut them with your fork come with sauces and toppings like Horseradish Crème Fraiche and seared foie gras and black truffle demi; sides stand out, particularly green beans with pepper flakes, pancetta and pine nuts. And that’s barely scratching the surface.
RESTAURANT MICHAEL SCHwARTz AT THE RALEIGH — 1775 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.612.1163; sbe.com. James Beard-winning Schwartz does it again. Expect high-quality ingredients whipped into pleasures such as Harvey Cedars Fish Stew, Pan-Roasted Indian-Spiced Tenderloin with mango chutney, grilled local swordfish, sides like braised greens with pine nuts and currants, and snacks such as crispy hominy with chili and lime. Five-star cocktails and Hedy Goldsmith’s desserts. ROK: BRGR — In the Village at Gulfstream Park, 600 Silks Run, Ste. 1210, Hallandale Beach, 954.367.3970; rokbrgr.com. The third location of this popular bar and gastropub offers all the favorites, including short rib grilled cheese; the famous mac ‘n cheese bar where diners can add lobster, shrimp, bacon and more; and the South Floridian burger topped with creamy brie,
pork belly, red onion marmalade and truffle aioli.Open wide.
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Santa Fe newS & eSpreSSo — 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305.861.0938; santafebalharbour.com. Specializing in appetizers, delicious continental meals, paninis, salads and sandwiches. Relax with a glass of wine or an acclaimed espresso while reading from the selection of international newspapers and magazines available. A great open-air terrace is ideal for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
yard houSe — 601 Silks Run, The Village at Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach, 954.454.9950, yardhouse.com. An upscale-casual eatery featuring 130 taps of imported, craft and specialty ales and lagers. Whether you’re in the mood for a grilled burger and a pint of your favorite ale, or seared ahi and a chilled martini, there’s something for everyone.
Swine Southern table & bar — 2415 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 786.360.6433; runpigrun.com. Food and fun go hand in hand in this rustic spot in the heart of Coral Gables where pork is the star. Items of note include a Pulled Pork Caesar, Smoked Brisket Sliders, and on the side, Crispy Brussels Sprouts with green apple and bacon vinaigrette. the cheeSe courSe — In Aventura Mall, 19575 Biscayne Blvd. Aventura, 305.466.2223; thecheesecourse.com. Bistro that doubles as a cheese shop, offering 100+ varieties of cheese as well as salads and sandwiches modeled after Europe’s popular bistros. the Grill on the alley — 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305.466.7195; thegrill.com. Stylish spot for brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner, with a menu that goes on for days. Soups, salads, steaks, chops, seafood, chicken, ribs, potpies and more are available, plus amazing cocktails like the Basil Drop Martini and The Grill Signature Margarita. tonGue & cheek — 431 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305.704.2900; tandcmiami.com. Highlights of this hangout-style eatery include snacks such as cauliflower panna cotta and a salad of grilled and fresh peaches with French feta and chopped hazelnuts, plus hearty menu items like crispy grouper cheeks ‘n’ chips with malt vinegar and a beef cheek burger with cheddar pimiento cheese and sweet onions served on housemade brioche. wynwood kitchen & bar — 2550 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, 305.722.8959. Artsy and affordable, this mural-embellished eatery in the Arts District offers up creative salads, Latin delights like Ropa Vieja empanadas, grilled chicken, pan-seared fish and artist-inspired cocktails, including the Kenny Scharf: dry gin, Cointreau,
yardbird Southern table & bar — 1600 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, 305.538.5220; runchickenrun.com. Killer Southern specialties like Shrimp and Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles, Fried Green Tomato BLT and to-diefor macaroni and cheese are only made more scrumptious when paired with one of the outrageously good Bourbon drinks, like The Porkchop: citrus juice, apple cider, Benchmark Bourbon, Dijon mustard and fresh thyme. iii ForkS — 501 Silks Run, Suite 1130, The Village at Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach, 954.457.3920; iiiforks.com. Modern steakhouse with a stylish decor and lively bar and lounge. Beef, chops and seafood are the foundation of the menu.
Chinese china biStro at waterwayS — 3565 NE 207th St., Aventura; 305.936.0755. Glatt Kosher eatery with an extensive selection of appetizers, soups and salads, meat, fish, chicken and duck, noodles and rice dishes, sushi and desserts, including low-carb offerings, wines and drinks. chriStine lee’S — 901 South Federal Hwy., The Village at Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach, 954.457.6255, christinelees.com. Christine Lee’s became famous for its Miami Beach location, but this menu has some modern, non-traditional fare on it such as a Gulfstream salad with grilled shrimp and feta cheese and open prime steak sandwich. draGon city — 6708 Stirling Road, Hollywood, 954.894-8393. Looks can be very deceiving. If you’e not concerned with decor, this place is perfect for a foodie who wants authentic Chinese food. Choose from an Americanized menu or one with authentic specialties (ask for the red one). Mr. cheF’S — 18800 NE 29th Ave., Suite 10, Aventura, 786.787.9030; aventurachef.com. This newly renovated eatery serves authentic Chinese cuisine with dishes from
the north and south regions of China, including Peking duck, Dim Sum, Mongolian beef, lettuce wraps and more.
Deli & Bagel baGel coVe reStaurant & deli — 19003 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305.935.4029 A bustling bagel haven popular for breakfast, lunch and early dinner serving up specialties like challah French toast, smoked fish platters and matzoh ball soup, plus authentic New York bagels baked fresh daily. Mo’S baGel & deli — 2780 NE 187th St., Aventura; 305.936.8555. Known as Aventura‘s unofficial meeting hot-spot, this New York Kosher-style bagel and deli joint boasts delicious hand-rolled bagels, delectable Israeli salad, stacked sandwiches, and a case full of fresh baked goodies to take with you. Private room for parties, and specialty catering also available.
French db biStro Moderne — 255 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305.421.8800; dbbistro. com/miami. Daniel Boulud has won the hearts of Miamians by combining his mastery of traditional French dishes with a modern twist, including a $34 burger that consistently wins rave reviews—and repeat customers. paul bakery — 450 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305.531.1200 and 1800 Sawgrass Mills Circle, Sunrise, 954.846.0344; paulusa.com. Paul was founded in France back in the 19th century and today maintains the tradition of serving topnotch French style savory and sweet pastries, salads, soups and sandwiches all prepared fresh on the premises.
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International SUGARCANE — 3252 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami, 786.369.0353; sugarcanerawbargrill.com. Executive Chef and partner, Timon Balloo, was recently nominated by Food & Wine as “The People’s Best New Chef,” while the restaurant itself was tapped as a semi-finalist
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Italian ANTHONY’S COAl-FIRED PIZZA — 17901 Biscayne Blvd., 305.830.2625; anthonyscoalfiredpizza.com. Sandwiches, salads, chicken wings and burgers are available, but pizza is the star for lunch and dinner. Specialty pies include the Philly Cheesesteak and the Eggplant Marino. BEllA lUNA — In the Aventura Mall, 19575 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura; 305.792.9330. Salads, pastas, beef, chicken and fish dishes have been the staple for the past 10 years; there’s also a bar where you can enjoy drinks and appetizers.
BRIO TUSCAN GRIllE — In the Village at Gulfstream Park, 600 Silks Run, Suite 1205, Hallandale Beach, 954.362.1600; brioitalian. com. Popular spot for lunch and dinner serving up Tuscan-inspired pastas, seafood risotto, chops, beef, salmon and yummy Chicken Under the Brick. For $2.95, enjoy The Tuscan Taster Bar Menu (check the website for dates and times available) in the bar. CAPISCE RISTORANTE — In RK Sage Plaza, 800 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd., 954.457.4545; capisceristorante.com. Traditional Italian dishes at affordable prices is the name of the game at this Italian restaurant. Don’t miss the fried calamari arrabbiata, ossobuco and unique chef’s specials. CARPACCIO — In the Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave.; 305.867.7777, carpacciobalharbour.com. A longtime favorite of the well-heeled crowd, with consistent favorites such as angel hair pomodoro and Caesar salad. DOlCE ITAlIAN — In the Gale Hotel, 1690 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786.975.2550; dolceitalianrestaurant.com. Classic Italian eats such as pizzas and
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all winners, too. Swing by to pick it up or let them deliver. liMoncello — 19088 NE 29 Ave., Aventura. 305.792.2222; limoncelloaventura.com. Simple Italian cuisine at its best is what you’ll find here, from homemade pasta and fresh seafood to the homemade desserts. Of the highlights, try the veal ravioli, ossobucco with truffles, octopus Livornese or good old-fashioned eggplant parm.
il Mulino new york — Inside Acqualina Resort and Spa, 17875 Collins, Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, 305.466.9191; ilmulino.com. The South Florida outpost of the famed New York eatery brings us the impeccable service, ambience and cooking techniques it built its reputation on, for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
PriMe italian — 101 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.695.8484; mylesrestaurantgroup. com. Just across the street from its sister resto and hipster scene Prime 112, this represents the elegant dining experience at its best, with pastas, seafood, and its famous softballsized Kobe meatballs stuffed with sausage and ricotta. Sinatra serenades patrons in the background and the martini list is as extensive as Old Blue Eyes’ appeal.
king’s county Pizza — 18228 W. Dixie Hwy., N. Miami Beach, 305.792.9455; kingscountypizza.com. If you’re looking for a NY-style pie, look no further. Garlic knots, wings, and homemade cannolis are
tiMo restaurant & Bar — 17624 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, 305.936.1008; timorestaurant.com. A cozy favorite hangout of locals and visitors alike, where Chef Tim Andreola whips up simple but flavorful small
and large plates from fried oyster salad to lobster risotto, wood-oven fired pizzas, whole roasted yellowtail and pasta specialties. A lively bar is always buzzing. Vic & angelo’s — 150 Ocean Drive, Miami, 305.531.0911; vicandangelos.com. The restaurant’s signature coal oven pizza, formulated from ancient starter dough that includes natural Maldon salt, natural cane sugar and Grana Padano cheese imported from Italy, has won awards. Vita restaurant & lounge — 1906 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.674.8822; vitamiami.com. Surrounded by trees strung with garden lanterns, it’s isolated from the hubbub of the busy streets that surround it and is as ideal a choice for dinner a deux as it is for a group night out.
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YAKKO-sAn — 3881 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach; 305.947.0064; yakko-san.com. Hot pots, hot and cold Japanese dishes such as donburi (meat-filled omelets over rice) and sushi plus noodle dishes and a variety of desserts are on the menu at this longtime favorite spot. ZumA — 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305.577.0277; zumarestaurant.com. All hipsters know this is the place to go for the ultimate dining-out experience: people-watching, extraordinary cocktails, fantastic food based on izakaya—the Japanese sake shops that also serve food—and a fabulous view. Sunday brunch is an event not to be missed.
Kosher etZeL-itZiK DeLi — 18757 W. Dixie Hwy., Miami, 305.937.1546. Looks can be deceiving, and this small spot is the proof, with authentic Israeli food, falafel, beef soup, chicken pita and more. Fun atmosphere, good food and attentive service.
GriLL time — 16145 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach; 786.274.8935. This Glatt Kosher restaurant has interesting offerings like a sweet chili cauliflower appetizer, entrées such as Chilean sea bass broiled in Sambuca and Hawaiian tropical ribeye, and Bavarian cream with sweet biscuits and chocolate for dessert. the hArBOur GriLL — 9415 Harding Ave., Surfside, 305.861.0787; theharbourgrill. com. Located only a couple of blocks from Bal Harbour Shops, this Glatt Kosher steakhouse is worthy of an occassion. From dry-aged prime rib to pepper-crusted filets, all the big hitters are here, along with an extensive sushi menu for diners looking for something a little lighter. PitA PLus OF AVenturA — 18833 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura; 305.935.0761. Falafels, stuffed grape leaves and shawarma wraps are among the attractions at this very busy, family-friendly, indoor/outdoor eatery.
A lA turcA — 1848 Harrison St., Hollywood, 954.925.5900; myalaturca.com. Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food is the name of the game here, from hot and cold mezes, a dizzying array of kebabs, fresh seafood, and of course, tempting baklava. Finish your meal with a cup of strong Turkish coffee that’s sure to get you through the day—or night.
cAntInA lAredo — In The Village at Gulfstream Park, 501 Silks Run, Hallandale Beach; 954.457.7662, cantinalaredo.com. Authentic Mexican dishes such as hand-rolled enchiladas are on the menu here along with fish specials, grilled chicken and steaks, served up in a sophisticated, cozy atmosphere. And don’t forget the huevos rancheros and chicken fajita omelet for Sunday brunch.
JuVIA — 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305.763.8272; juviamiami.com. A trinity of French, Japanese and Peruvian cooking styles merge under the collaboration of three talented chefs using the freshest ingredients they can find. Sip a cocktail at the beautiful backlit amethyst gemstone bar, nosh on warm or cold appetizers, and enjoy creatively designed entrees. MAzzA MedIterrAneAn cuIsIne — 15749 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines, 954.436.9997; mazzarestaurant.com. This little space inside a strip center belies the dining experience to be had here, from the pita triangles with an addictive garlic dip to shawarma, kababs, moussaka, and lamb chops.
MeXIco BrAVo AutHentIc MeXIcAn — 16850 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach; 305.948.1158; mexicobravo.com. Come for the genuine Mexican food cooked by Mexican chefs, such as their trademarked “Califlorida” burrito and sizzling fajita taco salad. Check out the weekday lunch specials and ongoing drink specials. rosA MeXIcAno — 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305.695.1005; rosamexicano. com. Whether you opt for Crab Cakes with Poached Eggs for brunch, mouth-watering Chicken Tortilla Pie for lunch, Mole Xico
beef enchiladas for dinner, or over-the-top dessert, your tastebuds will be doing a Mexican hat dance.
Seafood AltAMAre — 1233 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305.532.3061; altamarerestaurant.com. Enjoy the freshest seafood offerings from Chef Simon Stojanovic, along with delectable desserts, in the cozy dining room in front of the open kitchen or outdoors on the sidewalk amid the pedestrian action of Miami Beach. Delicious cocktails and an excellent wine list round out the experience. AreA 31 — In the EPIC Hotel, 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305.424.5234; area31restaurant.com. Go for the views; stay for the food. Or is it the other way around? Either way, you won’t be disappointed. Nestled on the 16th floor of the EPIC Hotel in downtown Miami, diners get a literal bird’s eye view of the city while digging into a seafood-centric menu, which includes dishes like Oyster Mushroom Risotto and Pork and Scallop Wontons.
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IKRA RESTAURANT & LOUNGE — 16850 Collins Ave., Ste. 106-A, Sunny Isles Beach; 305.974.0081; ikramiami.com. Seafood is the focus at this new Sunny Isles restaurant, which serves fusion food from around the globe and boasts neoclassical designs and plenty of event space. SEASpIcE — 422 NW N. River Drive, Miami, 305.440.4200; seaspicemiami.com. The menu at this seafood brasserie on the Miami River embraces the idea of comfort food while elevating it to new heights; think Octopus à la Plancha, Escargot Toast and pappardelle with braised short ribs and white truffle oil. WILd SEA OySTER BAR & GRILLE — 620 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954.467.2555; riversidehotel.com. Organic and sustainable ingredients, fresh seafood and steaks, and of course, a raw bar with East and West Coast oysters plus Royal Red Shrimp Ceviche.
South American AjI cARBON — 16978 NE 19th Ave., North Miami Beach, 786.955.6894; ajicarbonrestaurant.com. Peruvian food incorporates flavors from a wide variety of cultures, including Incan, European, African and Asian, and the menu here includes all the heavy hitters from ceviches and causas to a variety of soups, risottos and fish dishes. BARRIO LATINO — In the Shoppes at the Waterways, 3585 NE 207th St., Aventura, 305.692.4455; barriolatinoaventura.com. A selection of Mexican fajitas, steaks from the Argentine grill, Cuban dishes like lechon asado and seafood. ThE BAzAAR By jOSE ANdRES — 1701 Collins Ave. in the SLS Hotel, Miami Beach, 305.455.2999; the bazaar.com. In the Philippe Starck-Lenny Kravitz designed hotel is this tiny, cool eatery where guests can enjoy a unique culinary experience, with a Spanish-influenced menu of items such as yuca churros served with homemade peanut
butter (in a squeeze tube), a frozen blue cheese sandwich with lemon marmalade and walnut bread, and Jose’s taco, containing caviar and Iberico ham. chOLO’S cEvIchE GRILL — 1127 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach, 305.947.3338; choloscevichegrill.com. An intriguing blend of Spanish, Italian and Peruvian cuisines, including ceviches, tiraditos, stir fries, pastas and more. Try the chicha morada, deep purple corn “tea” spiked with cloves, cinnamon and sugar. EL GRAN INKA — 3155 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach, 305.940.4910; graninka.com. A unique fusion of Peruvian ingredients with Chinese, Italian and Spanish influences. Fish, seafood and meats with rich and light sauces delight a broad spectrum of palates. Centuries of Peruvian tradition sprinkled with international flair. LA hUAcA pERUvIAN cUISINE — 2000 Harrison St., Hollywood, 954.239.8722; lahuacaperuviancuisine.com. Peruvian specialties include a variety of ceviches and tiraditos as well as Lomo Saltado, Pescado a lo Macho (Fish
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Specialty ALASkA COffEE rOASTiNg CO — 13130 Biscayne Blvd, North Miami; 786.332.4254; acrcmiami.com. In addition to roasting organic and wild beans in house, a full menu offers diners a wide array of
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BErTONi gELATO CAffE — In Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305.390.7261; bertonigelato.com. No need to go chasing after the ice cream truck now that Bertoni Gelato has set up its carretino, or cart, at the Aventura Mall. Find it in front of the Burberry store. If you’re looking for something more substantial, their cafe is just outside the Disney store. CAViAr & MOrE — 19575 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura Mall, 305.936.8554; caviarmore. com. Delicious offerings such as caviars, smoked salmon, foie gras, truffles, cheeses and chocolates along with accoutrements such as butters, oils and vinegars. Stop by the kiosk in the Aventura Mall, have a snack and leave with some goodies.
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