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SOARING HIGH ABOVE BISCAYNE BAY Paraiso District’s final and most magnificent residential tower GranParaiso takes luxury living to new heights. Residents at this premier waterfront location have access to the most spectacular amenities — lush parks and gardens, museum quality works of art, and an exclusive beach club by celebrated chef Michael Schwartz. Don’t miss the opportunity to call GranParaiso home. NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
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the right to make modifications, revisions, and changes it deems desirable or necessary as a matter of code compliance or otherwise. There is no guarantee that any, or all off-site attractions, shopping venues, restaurants, and activities referenced will exist or be fully developed, as depicted, or that these would not change. The managing entities, hotels, artwork, designers, contributing artists, interior designers, fitness facilities, amenities, services, and restaurants proposed within the Condominium and referred to herein are accurate as of this publication date; however, Developer does not guarantee that these will not change prior to, or following, completion of the Condominium. Any art depicted or described may be exchanged for comparable art at the Developerâ€™s discretion. Art may be loaned to, rather than owned by, the Association. Consult the Prospectus for all terms, conditions, and specifications. Reproduction for private or commercial use is not authorized. 2015ÂŠ PRH Paraiso Two, LLC with all rights reserved.
magnificent architecture. spectacular view. extraordinary lifestyle. EXCLUSIVE MARKETING AND SALES AGENT DOUGLAS ELLIMAN DEVELOPMENT MARKETING This condominium is being developed by 2701 Bayshore One Park Grove, LLC, a Florida limited liability company (“Developer”), which has a limited right to use the trademarked names and logos of Terra and Related. Any and all statements, disclosures and/or representations shall be deemed made by Developer and not by Terra and Related and you agree to look solely to Developer (and not to Terra and Related and/ or each of their affliates) with respect to any and all matters relating to the marketing and/or development of the Condominium and with respect to the sales of units in the Condominium. ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. These materials are not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy a unit in the condominium. Such an offering shall only be made pursuant to the prospectus (offering circular) for the condominium and no statements should be relied upon unless made in the prospectus or in the applicable purchase agreement. In no event shall any solicitation, offer or sale of a unit in the condominium be made in, or to residents of, any state or country in which such activity would be unlawful.
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Introducing the magnificent waterfront homes of One Park Grove — estate-quality condominiums and penthouses with the perfect location, magnificent architecture, spectacular views and a richly-layered lifestyle. Architecture by OMA • Rem Koolhaas Interiors by Meyer Davis Kitchens & Baths by William Sofield Landscapes by Enzo Enea Sculpture by Jaume Plensa Lifestyle Amenities by Colin Cowie
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Missoni Baia is an exclusive collection of 2- to 4-bedroom bayfront residences that embrace the timeless appeal of waterfront living.
Tennis with a view. Unrivaled vistas of Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach from the private court.
Designed by Asymptote Architecture, with interiors by Paris Forino and landscape by Enzo Enea, this one-of-a-kind work of high-performance architecture commands 200 feet of frontage on Biscayne Bay in East Edgewater. Missoni Baia offers amenities unrivaled in Miami, including four outdoor pools, a bayview tennis court, and an expansive gym and spa worthy of a luxury resort.
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ULTRA-LUXURY LIVING ON THE MIAMI RIVER A selection of extraordinary homes for the discerning few by Rafael Viñoly
One River Point brings Viñoly’s concept of architecture as performance dramatically to life. Twin waterfront towers will transform the skyline of Miami as much as they will redefine the luxury lifestyle.
For inquiries, please call 305.307.5933 or visit oneriverpoint.com Exclusive Sales & Marketing by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing
This is not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy, condominium units to residents of any jurisdiction where such offer or solicitation cannot be made or are otherwise prohibited by law, and your eligibility for purchase will depend upon your state of residency. This offering is made only by the prospectus for the condominium and no statement should be relied upon if not made in the prospectus. The information provided, including pricing, is solely for informational purposes, and is subject to change without notice. Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating the representations of the developer. For correct representations, make reference to this brochure and to the documents required by section 718.503, Florida statutes, to be furnished by a developer to a buyer or lessee. This advertisement is not an offering. It is a solicitation of interest in the advertised property. No offering of the advertised units can be made and no deposits can be accepted, or reservations, binding or non-binding, can be made until an offering plan is filed with the New York State Department of Law. This advertisement is made pursuant to Cooperative Policy Statement No. 1, issued by the New York State Department of Law. CP16-0027, Sponsor: KAR Miami MRP LLC, 24 SW 4th Street, Miami, Florida 33130
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ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. This is not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy, condominium units to residents of any jurisdiction where prohibited by law, and your eligibility for purchase will depend upon your state of residency. This offering is made only by the prospectus for the condominium and no statement should be relied upon if not made in the prospectus. All plans, features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Use and operation of the helipad are conditioned upon obtaining FAA and other governmental approvals. Approval has not yet been obtained. No assurance can be given about whether the approvals can be obtained, and/or if so, the timing of same. Artist renderings provided by Catapult13 | Creative Director Alfred Lamoureux
THE ESSENCE OF TIME
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: A Miami high school football player, circa 1955; Miami Marlin Henry Mason warming up in 1958; Muhammad Ali at the 5th Street Gym in 1965; the Miami Heat’s Rony Seikaly playing the Nets at the Miami Arena in 1994; the 1966 Miami Stadium; spectators at Hialeah Park on opening day in 1925; horses crossing the finish line at Hialeah Park in 1991. CENTER: Jai alai players before the Biscayne Fronton, circa 1940.
POSTERIZED A NEW HISTORYMIAMI EXHIBIT EXPLORES THE HISTORICAL CONNECTION BETWEEN SPORTS AND THE MAGIC CITY. BY GABY NAYOR
From the early days of jai alai to Muhammad Ali’s stint at 5th Street Gym to the Miami Heat’s three championships, sports have played an all-star role in shaping the city of Miami. Examining that relationship through a collection of trophies, documentaries, interviews,
posters, and uniforms is HistoryMiami Museum’s exhibition “Beyond the Game: Sports & the Evolution of South Florida.” Curated by filmmaker and journalist Gaspar Gonzalez, the exhibit includes the original Miami Heat floor from the old Miami Arena
and also spotlights the great Miami Dolphins teams of the ’70s, the Miami Hurricanes teams of the ’80s, and the Florida Marlins World Series wins in 1997 and 2003 that led to pots and pans celebrations in the streets. For Gonzalez, though, the item that stands out is one you now find
virtually everywhere. “The piece that best encapsulates the theme of the exhibit is the original 19-foot-long Hialeah [Park infield] sign,” says Gonzalez of the iconic aluminum sign written in pink script. “It started off as the logo for the race track, and then it ultimately got adopted by a lot of other
organizations in the city of Hialeah. So now you see it all over the place.” “Beyond the Game: Sports & the Evolution of South Florida” is on display through January 15, 2017, at HistoryMiami Museum, 101 W. Flagler St., Miami, 305-375-1492; history miami.org.
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MINIMALISM IS MORE CUBAN-AMERICAN FASHION DESIGNER NARCISO RODRIGUEZ SHOWS HIS EPONYMOUS LINE WITH A SOLO SHOWCASE AT THE PATRICIA & PHILLIP FROST ART MUSEUM FIU. BY CYNTHIA BEASLEY
In a time when the most outrageous fashion statements seem to attract the most attention, designer Narciso Rodriguez uses minimalism to stand out. Revered for his architectural genius and classic masterpieces that transcend the seasons (seen on such style icons as Sarah Jessica Parker and Michelle Obama), Rodriguez’s garments are wearable
proof that less is more. The son of Cuban immigrants is celebrating his brand with an exhibit in the Magic City, “Narciso Rodriguez: An Exercise in Minimalism,” on view at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU October 9 through January 8. “There’s always a great energy in Miami, and fashion has come to play an important role in that
energy,” says Rodriguez. The show was born when Elle magazine Creative Director Alex Gonzalez and Frost Museum curator Klaudio Rodriguez approached Narciso about showcasing his life’s work. “Alex had the idea to focus on the past two decades of work based on pure minimal form—pieces that were pure, graphic, and architectural. We looked at
sketches and notebooks from each collection to include, along with many archival accessories,” Narciso explains. Fans will get a glimpse into the struggles and breakthroughs of creating a collection, too. “I hope that people who see the show will realize that there is so much to consider when building a single piece, much less to prepare an
entire collection,” the designer says. “If people also walk away with an understanding of the craft and thought process involved, we’ve done a good job.” “Narciso Rodriguez: An Exercise in Minimalism” will be on view October 9–January 8, 2017, at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU, 10975 SW 17th St., Miami, 305-3482890; thefrost.fiu.edu.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JACKY MARSHALL
Narciso Rodriguez fitting a crisp, tailored dress for his Fall 2004 collection.
DOWNTOWN SOPHISTICATION south beach energy Brickell joins her south beach twin. The new SLS brings design by Phillipe Starck, the culinary theater of José Andrés and Michael Schwartz, and attentive service to Miami's financial district.
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contents OctOber 2016
The III Points Festival returns to Mana Wynwood, complete with headliners and a dose of virtual reality.
42 // Front runner 70 // Letter From the editor-in-ChieF 72 // Letter From the PubLisher 74 // ...without whom this issue wouLd not have been PossibLe 76 // the List 125 // shot on site
Style 81 // viva roma! Couture kaiser Karl Lagerfeld marshals the Italian capital’s high-fashion temple into its 10th decade.
Pulse: Late Night at the New World Symphony is on October’s lineup of must-sees.
84 // GivenChy Go The French maison joins Aventura Mall’s ever-expanding roster of luxury brands.
86 // KinG Pins It’s the smallest pieces—from watches to cuff links—that make the biggest impression.
The city is flush with fashion launches and openings for Miami’s most dapper men.
92 // soa stronG Rising model Soa Denise talks inspiration, workout routines, and nights out in Miami.
94 // beauty Queen Makeup artist Leslie Munsell creates looks for celebrities as well as everyday women with her cosmetic line Beauty for Real.
photography by Jason Koerner photography (III poInts)
90 // man in the mirror
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Kendall Jenner walks in Fendi’s fashion show at Fontana di Trevi in Rome as part of the house’s 90th anniversary.
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III Points Music, Art & Technology Festival returns this month with an added virtual-reality experience, an epic headliner, and beats till dawn.
Pubbelly Boys Sergio Navarro, José Mendín, and Andreas Schreiner riff on American, Latin, European, and Asian flavors at their latest eatery, PB Station.
100 // Look, Listen, Buy A look at the too-good-to-miss art exhibits, concerts, and events taking place this month in the Magic City.
104 // DiamonDs are Forever Miami Children’s Health Foundation celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Diamond Ball.
106 // BeautiFuL Disasters Artist Donald Sultan’s “Disaster Paintings,” which feature an unlikely melding of materials, go on display at the Lowe Art Museum.
114 // sWeet tooth Brickell’s Bachour Bakery & Bistro tantalizes the taste buds with delectable sweets (and savory delights) from James Beard Award nominee Antonio Bachour.
116 // Best-eaten secrets These off-menu treats are impossible to resist—if you know to order them, that is!
118 // sugar anD sPice Tequila moves out of the shot glass and into a rocks glass for an upscale sipping spirit.
PB Station offers decadent spins on global flavors with dishes like its broiled oysters.
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120 // Eat & Run “Fast” food in Miami means fresh ingredients, inventive menus, and upscale cocktails, particularly at these new-in-town establishments.
Features 134 // WELCOME HOME Baseball great and Miami native Alex Rodriguez is homeward bound to reunite with friends, family, and the city he loves.
142 // BOYS tOWn Slim-cut sport/street hybrids, eye-catching collage prints, and graphic jackets made a bold showing in this season’s men’s collections.
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Floor-to-ceiling glass walls, a Chihuly chandelier, and a resortworthy spa are all elements of champion boxer Floyd Mayweather’s Pine Tree Drive home.
164 // walk this way Skip your daily drive time by living in these pedestrian-friendly communities that offer luxury living plus shopping, dining, and entertainment destinations just steps away.
168 // Curves aheaD According to Miami Beach-based interior designer Mike Stake, modernism’s hard edges are giving way to today’s affinity for softer styles.
170 // PreCious Few Donghia expands on its 50 years of style with a new lighting and furniture collection that is both tailored and jewel-inspired.
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174 // Major key Where do Miamians go for a close-to-home getaway? Why, the luxury resorts of the Florida Keys, of course!
178 // MoNey Talk Morgan Stanley family wealth advisor Mijanou Spurdle helps Miamians make the most of their assets.
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Nothing about Miami is ordinary— the beautiful people, the exotic beaches, the headlines that seem to dominate conversations from New York to South America, the towering billion-dollar developments rising in the skyline. And what other city is known throughout the world by its area code? It’s no surprise, then, that even the coffee we drink comes with something extra. Whether it’s a cafecito from the walk-up window at Las Olas Café on South Beach or the double-barrel roast (featuring Bulletproof XCT Oil, grass-fed butter, raw cacao, and organic plant protein powder) at the neighboring Dirt, Miamians aren’t rising slowly. Which is a good thing, because our coffee isn’t the only high-octane jolt we get for our bodies. Our workouts, whether it’s full-speed sprinting on the
treadmill and hopping off for bicep curls at Barry’s Bootcamp or bravely jumping into the freezingcold plunge pool at Anatomy 1220 (after getting a B-12 injection upstairs from VitaSquad), keep us looking good inside and out. Proof? Just watch the hardcore two-a-day-ers sprinting laps on Alton Road in the 90-degree sun at CrossFit. But we take relaxation to the next level, too. Take the new iPic movie theater in North Miami, for instance. Moviegoers lounge in gigantic reclining leather seats and chow down on gourmet food while watching the latest flick and taking full advantage of the on-call cocktail service. I checked it out recently (the ticket price of $28 a seat is, by the way, very Miami ordinary) while taking in War Dogs, which takes place—wait for
it—in Miami. The best part about iPic has to be The Tuck Room, the connecting bar where viewers head before or after the feature for a drink and some snacks, which, at my age, I’m not afraid to admit has quickly become my favorite bar in Miami. So it’s only fitting that Ocean Drive’s annual Men’s Issue would feature some extraordinary men—guys you’d want to be friends with, do business with, grab a drink with, watch a movie with, or shoot hoops with. Of course, they all look good in this fall’s latest styles. Who would want to leave Miami? Not me. And certainly not our cover star Alex Rodriguez, who after a brilliant 22-year career in Major League Baseball has come home to Miami. And we’ve got the first interview.
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above, from left: A night out with DJ Irie at Wall at the W South Beach; with Jared Galbut of Menin Hospitality at his new Halves & Wholes sandwich shop in Miami Beach; checking out the Miami Dolphins pre-season camp with the team’s chief commercial officer, Todd Kline.
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As we say hello to another October, Miami’s social season swings into high gear. The weather might be cooling down, but our calendars are blazing hot. Between parties brimming with A-listers to the start of our exhilarating football and basketball seasons, the possibilities for fun in the Magic City sun are endless. October also brings our annual (and highly anticipated) Men’s Issue, where we feature notable Miami men who are making an exceptional impact on our community. From brilliant entrepreneurs to game changers to sports superstars, these gentlemen infuse our city with tremendous passion and make Miami thrive in one way or another. We’re honored to have their stories spill onto the
pages of this month’s issue. Another leading man inspiring millions is baseball legend Alex Rodriguez, whom we are proud to feature on this month’s cover. After more than two incredible decades playing in the MLB, the newly retired Yankee slugger is returning to Miami, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. So enjoy this issue of Ocean Drive and all the happenings this month—from the thrill of Dolphins season to III Points Music Festival and everything in between. Hope to see you around town…
With Seth Browarnik at the City National Bank Champions of Business panel at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach.
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above, from left: With Matt Allen, Jared Shapiro, Andres Alos, and Leonardo Cornide at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails to celebrate the Hyde Beach House groundbreaking event; with Adam Rosenfeld and Mark Richt at a Miami Hurricanes football practice.
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marcelle sussman fischler Marcelle Sussman Fischler is an award-winning freelance writer and author. She contributes a monthly “International House Hunting” column to The New York Times and has written extensively about real estate and lifestyle for Forbes.com, Yahoo!, Hamptons magazine, and other outlets. In this issue, she walks us through boxing champion Floyd Mayweather’s knockout home and names Miami’s best neighborhoods to go car-free. What did you find most striking about Mayweather’s mansion? The floor-to-ceiling glass stretching across the back of the house was a wow, made even better by the views of the infinity-edge pool with LED lights and Indian Creek beyond. How would you describe Miami in October? It’s the calm before the storm. The hottest days have passed, and the snowbirds haven’t yet arrived. It’s a great time to enjoy restaurants and walks through great neighborhoods.
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Writer Robyn A. Friedman has been covering the real estate and housing industries for more than two decades. She has written for The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, and realtor.com, among others. For this issue of Ocean Drive, Friedman sat down with Morgan Stanley family wealth advisor Mijanou Spurdle to discuss Miami’s ever-changing financial and real estate sectors. What did you learn from your conversation with Mijanou Spurdle? Mijanou gave me the lowdown on where financial professionals go for a power lunch in the Miami area. It’s always good to know the current hot spots! What are you looking forward to this month? The cooling temperatures in South Florida, the excitement of the season, and, as a writer who covers real estate, the new project announcements and grand openings that inevitably occur.
Photographer and filmmaker Shane McCauley developed a love and talent for photography at a young age. He has published several books, including 128 Beats Per Minute and Blow Your Head, which chronicles youth culture and music around the world. His clients include Warner Music and Sony Entertainment, and his photographs have been featured in publications including Marie Claire and Vanity Fair. McCauley shot Miami’s biggest movers and shakers for “That Miami Vibe.” What was the most exciting thing about shooting the “That Miami Vibe” feature? Being able to use Miami as a backdrop. I love the city and its unique flavor and architecture. What is the greatest moment you’ve captured on camera? It’s hard to think of my greatest ever, but I recently shot a documentary about Egyptian wedding singers in Cairo, and there were some incredible moments. People crowded the streets and set off fireworks and flares.
A Miami-based freelance writer and copywriter originally from Connecticut, Becky Randel is a frequent contributor to Ocean Drive, as well as People and People.com, About.com, TheDailyMeal.com, W magazine, and more. Randel explores Brickell’s newest for-sale residences in “Brickell, Now Selling!” Why do you think Brickell is booming? Brickell is the part of Miami that’s most like a city. For a few blocks, you could be in New York, London, or any other major metropolis. That convenience and allure appeals to many people. What is the most exciting property in the area? There are so many exciting projects on the horizon, but none can quite measure up in scale to Brickell City Centre. When complete, the multi-use development will offer a true live-work-play experience.
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“Fendi is Italian to its core,” says longtime Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld. “It’s not only Italian, it’s Roman.” The wonderfully prolific Lagerfeld, who has been at the helm of Fendi for longer than many of us have been alive— since 1965—claims it’s easy to differentiate the Italian collection from those of Chanel and his namesake label, the other two fashion houses under his direction. “I don’t have one personality, I have three,” the designer muses. “Fendi is my Italian version, Chanel my French version, and Lagerfeld is my own version. I never made something that looked like Chanel at Fendi and never made something that looked like Fendi at Chanel, because both have a [separate] identity.” There is perhaps no greater tribute to Fendi’s quintessential romanità than the staging of its 90th-anniversary fashion show upon Rome’s Trevi Fountain in July. Models literally walked on water—an illusion created by a clear platform placed over the newly restored fountain and pool—revealing a collection inspired by illustrations of legends and fairy tales. “Very romantic, but modern at the same time,” says Lagerfeld of the collection, which comprised ethereal, flowing dresses, many with
Fountain of inspiration: Kendall Jenner (ABOVE RIGHT) was among the models who walked on water during Fendi’s Fall 2016 couture fashion show, which was staged on the Trevi Fountain in Rome. HERE: Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Venturini Fendi, who oversee the brand’s designs, walk the runway. LEFT: Lagerfeld’s sketch of the fountain.
The Fendi Five: The Fendi sisters took over the company from their parents, Adele and Edoardo, who founded it in 1926. right: The brand continues its handbag dominance with the Selleria Peekaboo bag, exclusive to the flagship boutique in Rome.
“fendi is italian to its core. it’s not only italian—it’s roman.” —karl lagerfeld
Ménage à duo: Fendi has two creative directors—Karl Lagerfeld for ready-to-wear and Silvia Venturini Fendi, the inventor of the gamechanging Baguette bag, for men’s and accessories. left: Bella Hadid in an elaborately embroidered cape.
Botticelli-esque empire waists; white lace dresses buried in appliquéd flowers; and lavish fabrications such as lush layers of tulle and velvet—pieces that look like they hail from an enchanted forest. Part and parcel of the 90th-anniversary collection, Fendi has released a limitededition Selleria Peekaboo handbag, a one-of-a-kind accessory made entirely by hand in 60 pieces. The bag features punto baseball, or baseball stitching, a larger-form stitching technique handed down through the generations by Roman master saddlers. The Peekaboo bags are exclusively sold at the Palazzo Fendi boutique in Rome. And, if you happen to be in the Italian capital, head to the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, where you will find “Fendi Roma: The Artisans of Dreams” (through October 29), an exhibition that celebrates the maison’s nine decades of craftsmanship and creativity. For those who can’t make it to Rome, the short film Fendi: Hands Make Beauty highlights the brand’s evolution, and the coffee-table book Fendi Roma, a recent release from Assouline, explores Fendi’s connection with the Eternal City. Lagerfeld, now 83, says he’s still brimming with ideas and is given the freedom to create what he wants at Fendi. So expect plenty more from Italian Karl in years to come. It’s not work, he insists. “Work is when a person wakes up every morning and goes to do something they don’t like,” he says. “I have the chance of doing something I love and doing it [in] the best conditions... I’m interested in a lot of things, even more today than before. I like to change while the world is changing. That’s what fashion is all about!” Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-861-7114; fendi.com
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As Aventura Mall expands and evolves, it is becoming a magnet for the world’s most coveted luxury brands—including Christian Louboutin, Cartier, and Louis Vuitton. The latest addition is a sleek new store from legendary design house Givenchy “that will resonate strongly with both South Florida residents and international visitors,” says Jackie Soffer, cochair and CEO of Turnberry Associates, which owns the mall. “Givenchy sparks intrigue and romanticism, and there’s been great excitement surrounding its debut at Aventura Mall.” The store’s look—crisp black and white, with large glass walls providing the ultimate windowshopping experience—echoes that of the brand’s Paris flagship, whose design was overseen by acclaimed Givenchy Creative Director Riccardo Tisci. The clothing is displayed in elegant, black lacquered boxes, inspired by those in which company founder Hubert de Givenchy would deliver his ornate couture creations. Soffer feels the brand, which also has a boutique in the Design District, is an ideal fit for Miami. “Givenchy represents a very modern, international point of view, which mirrors Miami’s personality and aesthetic,” she says. “It combines bold creativity with amazing technical expertise.” Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-682-9773; givenchy.com
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Looks from Givenchy’s Fall 2016 collection at Paris Fashion Week. BOTTOM RIGHT: The new Aventura Mall boutique.
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Burlington wash bag, Smythson ($675). Nordstrom, Dadeland Mall, 7535 N. Kendall Dr., Miami, 786-709-4100; smythson.com. Mouse pad, Hermès ($1,050). Miami Design District, 163 NE 39th St., 305-868-0118; hermes.com. Grand scale jack, Restoration Hardware ($129). Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-935-1253; restorationhardware.com. 18k red-gold and blue lacquered dial timepiece, Bovet ($189,000). bovet.com. 18k rose-gold, aventurine, and sapphire glass cuff links, Van Cleef & Arpels ($8,450). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-866-0899; vancleefarpels.com. Mahogany and rosewood chessboard, Hermès ($2,300). see above. Plateau desk, Ralph Lauren ($5,625). Bal Harbour Shops, 305-8612059; ralphlaurenhome.com
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citizen of the world the new jet set says throw on a coat and go—and collect your treasures along the way. Aluminum WWII Altimeter clock, Restoration Hardware ($119). Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-935-1253; restorationhardware.com. 18k gold authentic ancient ring, Jorge Adeler ($7,490). jorgeadeler.com. 18k rose-gold hand-wound mechanical movement watch, Chopard ($33,530). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-868-8626; chopard.com. Glasses, Ralph Lauren ($299). Bal Harbour Shops, 305-861-2059; ralphlauren.com. Small leather notebook, Hermès ($180). Miami Design District, 163 NE 39th St., 305-8680118; hermes.com. Wooden perfect pencil, Graf von Faber-Castell ($260). graf-vonfaber-castell.com. Cement Etoile medina deco tile ($33 per square foot) and Cement cream medina solid tile ($32 per square foot), Exquisite Surfaces. 800-970-9798
MAN IN THE MIRROR THE MAGIC CITY’S GENTS ARE FULLY COVERED THIS SEASON WITH COOL STYLES AND ANTICIPATED OPENINGS. BY LISA FERRANDINO
KEEP YOUR COOL
“His style represents an artistic yet effortless cool,” says Marcus Wainwright, cofounder and creative director of Rag & Bone, about artist David Alexander Flinn, one of nine eclectic men in the urban brand’s Men’s Project—an ad campaign for the relaxed yet sophisticated fall line, whose modern silhouettes include the jersey tee and Everett trousers. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305728-4400; rag-bone.com
To help you travel in style, the German luggage company Rimowa and the chic sports apparel brand Moncler have teamed up for Topas Stealth, a collection combining Moncler’s high-fashion aesthetic (as in camouflage interior fabrics) with Rimowa’s innovative designs, like its quiet multiwheel gliding system. Miami Design District, 115 NE 40th St., 305-576-2081; rimowa.com EXTREME MEASURES
Denim brand Guess welcomes new unisex favorites like the overcoat (SEEN HERE, $238) and military coat (RIGHT, $358). ABOVE: Suitcase, Rimowa & Moncler ($1,960).
The denim brand known for reinventing sexy, Guess introduces its first unisex collection, His & Her, comprising modern staples from denim to basic tees and athleisure with clean lines in neutral hues, monochromatic tones, and injections of suede and leather. For the gent and female counterparts looking for clean silhouettes, opt for the bonded bomber or blazer. 736 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-8880; guess.com
With the philosophy that fashion should be fun, Perry Ellis set out to create a brand of modern distinction, and his newest fragrance, Perry Ellis Aqua Extreme, fits right in. With a masculine composition—featuring notes like bergamot, blue lavender, milkwood, and juniper—it’s a scent every stylish, distinctive South Florida gent will be coveting. Miami International Mall, 455 NW 10th Ave., Doral, 305-6392632; perryellis.com
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANIBAL MESTRE WONG (DEABREU); COURTESY OF PERRY ELLIS (PERRY ELLIS)
LEFT: David Alexander Flinn shows off Rag & Bone’s fall collection for its Men’s Project. BELOW: Perry Ellis’s new Aqua Extreme.
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STYLE model citizen How does a model stay in shape when swim season is year-round? For Soa Denise, it’s a regular workout routine and healthy eating— with the occasional cheat day.
Soa Strong From beach shoots in mexico to nights out in the magic city, miami-based Ford model Soa DeniSe is on the brink oF stardom—while having Fun and empowering women along the way.
How were you discovered? When I was 9, my parents took me to Wannado City [a nowclosed indoor amusement park in Sunrise, Florida]. I spent the entire day playing model, dressing up and walking down the runway. The people working there put us in touch with a kids agency on South Beach. I signed with them, and it just kept going. Favorite shoot to date? I just did a shoot with Richard Guaty in Miami. I got to do the Kim Kardashian braids. It was very sporty and fun. Workout routine? You could work out like a monster every single day, but if you’re not eating healthy, the results won’t be there. I do love working out, so I try to do something different—yoga, boxing, running— every day. Why is social media important for you? It gives you more exposure. I did the GQ Instagram takeover during Swim Week and it got me thousands of followers. Favorite restaurant? La Mar, inside the Mandarin Oriental (mandarin oriental.com). Peruvian food is my favorite. My boyfriend is Peruvian. I’m in love with everything Peruvian! Who inspires you? Women who can be defined as strong and unafraid, especially in our society, are the backbone of everything. I hope to inspire that in others one day.
photography by Justin Macala
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CORAL GABLES IN 2016
STYLE YOU, EVEN BETTER
Beauty Queen MiaMi-based celebrity Makeup artist LesLie MunseLL is the fierce force behind the faces of Gabrielle union and shakira, as well as her own brand, beauty for real. by katie jackson
Leslie Munsell (top left) has drawn on more than 25 years as an in-demand makeup artist to create Beauty for Real. above: Lip Revival exfoliating sugar scrub. bottom right: Shadow STX eye shadow in Ever Starstruck.
Whether she’s touching up Dwyane Wade for his sizzling cover photo for ESPN magazine’s Body Issue (and, last year, Ocean Drive’s Men’s Issue) or prepping supermodel Brooklyn Decker for her latest redcarpet appearance, Leslie Munsell lives and breathes beauty. The go-to celebrity makeup guru launched her career in her 20s (“sort of accidentally,” she says) and worked her way up by
lending her talents to prominent fashion shows and photo shoots in major cities across the globe—a far cry from the farm she grew up on in Minnesota. Although Munsell is in high demand among A-listers, it was working with everyday women that inspired the Miami resident to establish Beauty for Real in 2010, a makeup line consisting of affordable, thoughtfully
edited palettes designed for the modern woman on the go. “Women just want to look pretty,” says Munsell. “And we’re all so busy, so we need something simple but that really works.” Among other items, the line includes a sea spray for beach waves, an illuminating body bronzer, and lip and body scrubs that are plant-based and petrochemical-free. “The lip scrub has orange, cinna-
mon, and vanilla oils,” she says, “and when you put it on your lips, it’s like you’re having dessert.” Now the body-positive brand Aerie for American Eagle has tapped her to collaborate on a seasonal makeup line. “It was an honor because we share the same standards,” Munsell says. “It’s about embracing natural beauty. It’s why I’m doing it.” beautyforreal.com; ae.com/aerie
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SCENE EVERYBODY ’S TALKING ABOUT...
POINTING THE WAY FOUR YEARS IN, WYNWOOD’S III POINTS IS AS EVOLVING AS MIAMI’S MUSIC SCENE AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD THAT BIRTHED IT. BY CARLA TORRES
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JASON KOERNER PHOTOGRAPHY
The three-day III Points Music, Art & Technology Festival is upping the ante this year by adding a virtual-reality experience, extending its hours to the break of dawn, and bringing the legendary (and recently reunited) rock band LCD Soundsystem to the Magic City for its only, sure-to-be-unforgettable show in the Sunshine State. Festival founders David Sinopoli and Erica Freshman spill the details. You’re back at Mana again. David Sinopoli: Mana has been rebuilt, and us with it. We know it well, and with more stages, it was the best option. We’re adding one extra physical stage and a virtual-reality stage, for which we’ve partnered with Fusion, who is working with NASA on a Mars 2030 installation. Expect an immersive walkthrough of Mars with a symphonic score. LCD Soundsystem is back together and headlining. That’s pretty epic. DS: The last time I talked to James [Murphy, the group’s frontman], I felt like he was getting nostalgic about the idea of bringing the band back together, and then we heard rumblings that they might also play Coachella and we felt like the universe aligned for us. He is [doing this] because he has a personal understanding
The fourth edition of III Points, taking place October 7–9, increases the number of stages from four to six and adds a virtual-reality component to its mix of music, art, technology, and otherworldly spectacle.
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of what it means to Miami and to the festival. It’s one of those things that makes you assert this is what you should be doing in life. Besides LCD, the rest of the lineup is pretty stacked. Erica Freshman: There is a lot of music we love to listen to and a lot of different genres we want to hit, and we got lucky with a few off the front—M83, Method Man & Redman, Thievery Corporation, and Dixon. Local talent is a big focus, too. DS: We took the genres of rock ’n’ roll, hip-hop, techno, and electronic and melded all of them together. A hip-hop artist going through, like a Flying Lotus, into a DJ Koze can make sense because music itself right now is multigenre and every artist pulls from so many different inspirations. EF: Cam’ron is headlining the selection stage, which has a lot of guys from all over the world and a lot of Miami artists who are into this future beats movement. What do you think the most underrated act is?
EF: Little Simz, Guy, or maybe Kink. DS: I’m going to say Dawn of Midi. They just got off tour with Radiohead. They’re like an electronic jazz fusion band. Music is just one part of the festival. What else is going on? EF: We’re working with a ton of local artists. The art installations are really fucking cool. DS: Our hours have expanded— 5 pm to 5 am Friday and Saturday and 2 pm to 3 am on Sunday. We’re building a lot of seating and hangout areas where you can lose track of time and space. But people need to eat, too. EF: Shake Shack is back again. We’re working with Harry’s and the girls from Prism on a food area with a lot of local vendors people will be psyched for. DS: Red Bull, Beck’s, and Stoli make it possible for us to do this festival. Be sure to have a drink in their honor. III Points takes place October 7–9 at Mana Wynwood, 318 NW 23rd St., Wynwood; iiipoints.com
Performers and spectators alike turn out in style for III Points’ celebration of Miami’s alternative arts scene.
Chrome Sparks returns to III Points this year, joined by a host of local and national acts, including LCD Soundsystem.
“We took the genres of rock ’n’ roll, hip-hop, techno, and electronic and melded them together.” —david sinopoli
photography by Jason Koerner photography (III poInts); Worldredeye.com (chrome sparKs)
Miami will be the city that never sleeps when III Points expands its hours almost till dawn.
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look, listen, buy with “the season” just weeks away, OCEAN DRIVE gets an early jump on concerts, exhibits, shows, and fundraisers. by lauren epstein
anOtHer pieCe OF My art
What was once an abandoned warehouse in dejected Wynwood is now Locust Projects, one of the area’s coolest exhibition spaces for contemporary art. This month, the nonprofit hosts its annual Smash & Grab fundraiser, where over 120 works of art will be raffled off to ticket holders—but it’s the luck of the draw that determines when they’ll pick their piece, and if they’ll go home with their favorite. It’s a high-energy raffle, complete with drinks from Bacardi, food from Shake Shack, and beats from a buzzed-about local DJ. October 29; Locust Projects, 3852 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-5768570; locustprojects.org raise yOur VOiCe
As pioneers of their musical genre, the members of the top-selling Latin rock band of all-time, Maná, don’t just make music—they make change. With their latest tour, dubbed The Latino Power Tour (which hits AmericanAirlines Arena on October 29), the Mexican musicians aim to ignite cultural awareness, inspiring Latinos nationwide to make their voices heard in this fall’s election. Expect a politically charged performance, at least
one off-the-walls drum solo, and live versions of your favorites from Cama Incendiada. October 29; AmericanAirlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 786-777-1000; aaarena.com baD bOys FOr liFe
Witness a meeting of musical masterminds at Diddy’s third
annual REVOLT Music Conference, a networking event packed with industry heavy hitters, from artists like Nas and producers like DJ Khaled to executives including Julie Greenwald, chairman and COO of Atlantic Records, songwriters, bloggers, and more. Three days of inspiring
keynote speeches, performances, and, of course, parties with music-biz mavens make this a mustattend forum for Magic City music lovers. October 13–16; Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort, 4525 Collins Ave., 305-531-0000; edenrocmiami.com; revoltmusicconference.com
photography by worldredeye.com.
More than 120 works of art will be raffled off at Locust Projects’ highenergy Smash & Grab fundraiser, complete with a bar and DJ, on October 29.
“The best spirit of the year” FIVE STARS
—F. Paul Pacult, Spirit Journal
Scene experience SHE’S UNSTOPPABLE
Ten-time Grammy Awardwinning British songbird Adele brings her booming voice to the AmericanAirlines Arena for a two-night emotional journey through her best ballads and chart-toppers as she winds down her first tour in five years. Fans will swoon when they hear the 28-year-old’s vocals echo through the massive venue— and just try to hold back the tears when she utters, “Hello, it’s me…” October 25 and 26; AmericanAirlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 786-777-1000; aaarena.com
The New world SymphoNy preSeNTS claSSicS from BrahmS, mozarT, aNd STrauSS iN a dyNamic SeaSoN opeNer.
A MIDAUTUMN NIGHT’S DREAM
The New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy, raises the curtain on another sensational season with a highly anticipated opener from conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, founder and artistic director of NWS, and renowned pianist Emanuel Ax. The duo will present pieces from some of the world’s greatest composers—Brahms, Mozart, Schoenberg, and Strauss—in a sure-to-be dynamic orchestral performance. October 15 and 16; 500 17th St., Miami Beach, 305-673-3330; nws.edu
Set fire to the rain: There won’t be a dry eye in the house when Adele hits Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena this month. above: Pulse: Late Night at the New World Symphony.
In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue; 524 years later, Miami mariners are keeping history alive with the 62nd annual Columbus Day Regatta at Biscayne Bay. The two-day event consists of one boat race each day and definitely more than one party a day as more than 100 boats and thousands of Sperry-wearing spectators gather to celebrate one of South Florida’s greatest nautical traditions. October 8 and 9; columbusdayregatta.net
photography by gareth Cattermole/getty Images (adele)
Scene spirit of generosit y Nicholas LopezMorillo (far left) and Lucy Morillo present an award to Pitbull at last year’s Diamond Ball (right and below).
DiamonDs Are Forever MiaMi Children’s health Foundation’s 10th-anniversary DiamonD Ball aims to raise millions to Benefit nicklaus chilDren’s hospital. By Becky Randel
Glamorous, exciting, and attended by a who’s who of Miami society, Miami Children’s Health Foundation’s annual Diamond Ball is one of the top fundraising events in the city. We chatted with Lucy Morillo, the foundation’s powerhouse president and CEO, about this purposeful gala, now in its 10th year, and what the money it raises means to the chil-
dren of our region. What is this year’s theme? A black-tie costume party, because it [takes place] two days before Halloween. Why is this anniversary significant to you? When I arrived to this organization, they were raising $4 million a year. In 2015, we finished the year with $71.5 million. That makes those 10 years very sig-
nificant to me as a professional and to my staff. Do you have a separate fundraising goal for the Diamond Ball? We have 10 chairs, so before we even sent the invitations out, we raised $800,000 through sponsorship of the chairs… We also have a couple of six- and seven-figure gifts that we’re trying to close by the ball so that we can make a big splash.
Hopefully, that will put us at the usual $3 million to $5 million [raised]. Any special guests? Our Miami boy Luis Aguirre will be coming back to emcee the event. Where do these funds go? The significance of our foundation is that it’s the fundraising arm of the entire Miami Children’s Health System. Our foundation doesn’t only support the Nicklaus
Children’s Hospital, but also the nine urgent-care centers and all of the entities and special projects— like the recently opened Advanced Pediatric Care Pavilion—that provide the overall care, research, and support for the children of South Florida and beyond. October 29 at JW Marriott Marquis Miami, 255 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305666-2889; mchf.org
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SCENE ART FULL Early Morning May 20 1986, Donald K. Sultan, 1986.
Beautiful Disasters The Lowe ArT MuseuM TAkes A subLiMe Trip inTo cATAsTrophe wiTh The pAinTings of DonalD Sultan.
Black tar never looked so good. The primary element in New York artist Donald Sultan’s “Disaster Paintings,” this tar—spread onto Masonite tiles, then deftly transformed into eight-foot-high scenes of urban decay and industrial accidents—provides a visceral sense of smokiness. The result is as physically powerful as it is visually striking. Eleven of these works, created between 1983 and 2000, are currently on exhibit at the University of Miami’s
Lowe Art Museum. It’s the first time this series has ever been gathered in one show—a coup for the Lowe and a must-see for anyone interested in masterful contemporary painting. “It’s that black, brooding quality, the chiaroscuro, that’s so potent,” says Jill Deupi, the Lowe’s director and chief curator. Equally powerful, she adds, is the artistic continuum that Sultan invokes, stretching back to Rembrandt and right up to postwar Abstract Expressionists like Clyfford
Still, “this wonderful lexicon of art history that’s been encapsulated and quoted in its own unique syntax and grammar.” That rich sense of history is one reason these paintings are perfect for the Lowe, Deupi explains, given the museum’s goal of “exploring contemporary culture through 5,000 years of art”—a mission made possible by its diverse permanent collection. For his part, Sultan says he had no particular agenda in creating these
paintings. “The works were never meant to be political,” he recently told The New York Times. “I’m not making statements about the inhumanity of man or the nostalgia for the industrial heartland. They’re just facts.” Yet to Deupi, it’s this pointed, almost brutal honesty that gives the paintings their strength and appeal. “There’s so much beyond our control, but there’s so much that is within mankind’s power to control, but we just keep getting it
consistently wrong in terms of man-made catastrophes,” she says. “And that is what is so gripping about these paintings. They tap into the essence of who we are and what makes us human. There is a wonderful catharsis that happens when you’re in the presence of paintings like this.” “Donald Sultan: The Disaster Paintings” is on view through December 23 at the Lowe Art Museum, 1301 Stanford Dr., Coral Gables, 305-284-3535; lowemuseum.org.
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Belly Up At PB Station, the Pubbelly boys Are setting A new stAndArd for downtown dining while simultAneously rAising the bAr for themselves.
photography by Juan Fernando ayora
By Carla Torres
It’s close to sunset in the heart of downtown and there’s a line around the block to get to the roof of the Langford Hotel, where the Pubbelly Boys’ first cocktail bar, Pawn Broker, is overflowing with young, dapperly dressed professionals imbibing from miniature copper bathtubs and Snapchatting Miami’s purple skyline. Inside, five-time James Beard Award nominee José Mendín moves around swiftly—curried chicken croquetas and crispy pig ears in hand—backed by the beat of the DJ, before hurrying into the elevator to the lobby, where PB Station is about to get hit with a date-night dinner crowd. The scene is a far cry from just eight hours ago, when suits closing deals over lunch crowded the dining room, reminiscent of a train station, complete with a long narrow entryway (doubling as a bar) plastered with pop culture posters and advertisements. “Because of the neighborhood we’re in, we wanted to elicit a gritty yet city feel, kind of like when you walk into a subway tunnel,” says easily identifiable co-owner Andreas Schreiner (simply look for the guy working front of house sporting a pig tattoo, the Boys’ logo, on his left wrist). “Sergio [Navarro] and I—José porked out—got [the tattoo] before our health inspection at Pubbelly,”
First stops at the Pubbelly Boys’ New American craft eatery include broiled oysters finished with Grana Padano (aka the king of Italian cheeses), roasted cabbage, and oregano.
Mendín’s favorite, the Giggle Water cocktail consists of gin, Champagne syrup, and lavender foam, served in a miniature copper bathtub. “I even order it not in a bathtub so people don’t see I’m having so many of them.”
“We like to go into a place, like We did With SunSet harbour, before it becomeS popular and put our Stamp on it.”—andreas schreiner Colorado lamb chops. right: PB Station’s dining room in downtown’s historic and completely revamped 1920s Beaux-Arts Langford Hotel.
he recalls. “It brought us good luck.” Six years and eight concepts later, Miami’s undisputed kings of swine have yet to run out of luck or ideas, as evidenced by the menu at PB Station, an amalgamation of cuisines and techniques from all over the world, without a sliver of pork in sight. “You can go to Pubbelly for that,” says Schreiner. “We wanted this to be different.” Originally intended as a reincarnation of PB Steak, PB Station is a departure from all you’ve come to expect from Mendín, who, along with Executive Chef Guillermo Concha, is dishing out delectable novelty in the form of handcrafted seafood charcuterie (think octopus pepperoni or rock shrimp mortadella), barbecue dates (with smoked brisket and mustard barbecue), and a veggie burger that gets sent back to the kitchen at least once a day because diners mistake the juicy roasted beet patty for meat. “They can’t believe it until they try it, then they’re hooked,” says Concha. Equally addicting is the prime rib sandwich with garlic butter, caramelized onions, horseradish mustard, and (wait for it) umami jus for dipping—a tribute to the American classic. Latin, European, and Asian riffs on Americana are a unifying theme, from raw Wagyu beef carpaccio that’s been coated in brioche crumbs to freshly made saffron linguini with piquant cured salami, rock shrimp, crab, and lemon bread crumbs and right on to dessert. Mendín takes classic treats like flan and arroz con leche, cheesecake and panna cotta, or bread pudding and quintessential apple pie and not only marries them, but finishes them off with house-made maple soft-serve for an extra-sweet ending to an already sweet meal. 121 SE First St., Miami, 305-420-2205; pbstation.com
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The Pubbelly Boys (from left): Sergio Navarro, José Mendín, and Andreas Schreiner.
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Savor CHEF SHOUT-OUT! Chef Antonio Bachour. left: Raspberry verrine with vanilla crumble and whipped white chocolate ganache. below: Interior at Bachour Bakery & Bistro in Brickell.
Sweet TooTh At Bachour Ba ery & Bistro in Brickell, sweet And sAvory go together like yin And yAng to drAw gourmAnds from Across the gloBe.
Move over, Willy Wonka. In Miami, we have pastry wizard and James Beard Award nominee Antonio Bachour leading a saccharine train that’s basically a 24-hour operation. “We only close for three hours,” he says of his sweet factory that has famed chefs Paul Liebrandt, Paulina Abascal, Eduardo Rukos, and Virgilio Martinez and “people flying in from all over the world” for a spoonful of sugar. Why did it take this long for you to open a namesake bakery? I wanted to be known globally so this would be
a destination. People are coming from Venezuela, Spain, France, and Thailand. Why Brickell? Brickell is the best; it’s filled with young professionals who demand quality. Your latest obsession? The lemon petit four with raspberry jelly, a coconut mousse with chocolate compote, salted caramel éclair with candied popcorn. It changes every week. We have a lot of repeat customers, so I never want to bore them. How many petit fours do you go through a day? About 200. Four to 500 on
the weekends. Our baked goods, we bake every morning and can’t sell the next day. Sometimes we have a cookie or two left. Let’s talk savory. In all the restaurants I worked before, there was a disconnect between savory and dessert. Henry Hane [Bachour’s business partner and former Eating House chef] and I wanted people to not only talk about dessert but to come in for the salty and not have to go anywhere else after for that something sweet.
What’s the must-have for someone new to Bachour Bakery? Our guava and cheese pastelito or guava croissant. The butter for our croissants is from France. Brunch has been quite the hit, too. People were waiting two hours for our pastelito pancakes and truffle bun! What’s the craziest wedding cake request you’ve ever received? I did a 20-tier cake for the king of Qatar’s daughter. It took a month, an army, and
15,000 sugar flowers. That cost, like, $50,000. We hear there’s a Bachour magazine and academy coming soon... I’m working with [chef and food writer] Luciana Bianchi to launch a magazine to promote pastry chefs around the world. Every year I have 200 requests for classes around the globe, but I cannot do all of them unless I have an academy. 600 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-330-6310; bachourbb.com
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If you find yourself at 27 late at night, discreetly ask your bartender for the spiked cinnamon toast crunch cereal. In it: homemade cinnamon toast crackers and almond milk infused with Appleton rum. Cereal will never be the same. 2727 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, 305-5312727; thefreehand.com
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In the mood for a frita? Michael Beltran’s ode to his roots adds house-made chorizo to the groundchuck patty of a Cuban hamburger, then takes it to the next level by serving it in a Martin’s potato roll. 3540 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove, 305-640-5862; arietemiami.com BeAchcrAft
Beverage director Charles Steadman is the guy to see here for hush-hush cocktails like the aptly named Ocean Drive OG, which mixes
mezcal with from-scratch stone fruit syrup, chocolate chili bitters, and basil leaves plucked from the restaurant’s garden. It’s smoky, sweet, spicy, tart, herbaceous, and originally gangster. 2395 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-6046700; 1hotels.com
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You wouldn’t expect to find some of the city’s best fried chicken at a Peruvian restaurant, but Diego Oka’s KFC (code for Korean fried chicken)— seasoned with aji amarillo, rocoto, gochujang, sesame, scallion, and cilantro and breaded to golden perfection—exceeds all expectations. 500 Brickell Key Dr., Miami, 305-9138358; mandarinoriental.com
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sugar and spice Sip, don’t Shoot! the new batch of tequilaS growS up.
The age of añejo: As master distillers begin aging tequila longer, the rise of extra-añejos is placing Mexico’s national spirit on the top shelf among whiskeys and Cognacs—and in rocks glasses as straight-no-chaser sippers.
It’s no secret that spirits aficionados have long reached for premium whiskeys and Cognacs, but high-end labels are responding to rising demand for sip-worthy tequilas with tipples of astonishing depth and flavor. From artisanal new-crop distilleries to established, world-famous brands, master tequila distillers have begun barrel-aging the blue agave-based spirit for years, allowing the wood to layer rich notes of vanilla and caramel atop
agave’s natural spice. But what exactly makes for a sipping tequila? “First and foremost, it cannot be fiery,” explains Tad Carducci, bar consultant and author of A Lime and a Shaker: Discovering Mexican-Inspired Cocktails. “But the tequila has to have an intensity of flavor, and it should offer a long, lingering finish.” Consider, for example, Dulce Vida Extra Añejo ($160 for 750 ml), aged for five years in former Napa Valley red wine barrels, which impart juicy, round, fruity notes. Meanwhile,
Herradura Selección Suprema Extra Añejo ($350) offers soft, Cognaclike flavors of stone fruit and hazelnut. And Gran Patrón Piedra ($400), the luxury brand’s first-ever extra-añejo, is a silky, rounded sipper with plenty of caramel and spice. Interest in premium tequilas is on the rise, says Chantal Martineau, tequila expert and author of How the Gringos Stole Tequila: The Modern Age of Mexico’s Most Traditional Spirit. Thanks in part to celebbacked brands, “people
are associating tequila with sophistication and style.” Furthering that association, she says, is the evolution of Mexican cuisine from street fare into more sophisticated dining. While these selections are delicious on their own, is it okay to mix a high-end tequila into a cocktail? “Of course!” Martineau affirms. However, for pricier bottles, skip the prickly pear margaritas, she suggests, and “make a stirred, spirit-forward cocktail that really lets the tequila shine.”
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clockwise from top: A variety of poke bowls from Poke 305; All Day in downtown; Nazca Mule cocktail at Pisco y Nazca; Bahía’s jicama and tomato salad with pickled fresno chile, mint, watermelon, and queso fresco.
What do you get when a former Panther Coffee barista and the owner of watering hole The Corner join forces? A white, vintage wood, and neon-clad artisanal coffee-and-eggs joint in the heart of downtown brewing smallbatch beans from across the globe and serving items like pan con croqueta with Gouda and an egg spread. Pro tip: Ask about the mystery java. 1035 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-6993447; alldaymia.com NoN-WorkiNg luNch: Bahía
There’s a new poolside lunch spot in town, and it’s nestled in the rooftop oasis at the Four Seasons. Nosh on seaside Mexican fare—think spicy adobo ribs; short-rib and fried soft-shellcrab tacos with masa tortillas from Taquiza; and spiced Mexican chocolate cake. Wash it down with a mezcal mule, spiked mango margarita, or Mexican mojito and make it a leisurely lunch. 1435 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-358-3535; fourseasons.com
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Who doesn’t love a good sandwich? Get your fix at Halves & Wholes, from the same guys behind the insanely popular taco shack-slashspeakeasy, Bodega. Choose from a dozen sarnies (like the eggplant croqueta) stacked with meats roasted in-house, artisanal cheeses, and secret sauces. Finish things off with an ice cream, wait for it, sandwich. Did we mention they’re open till 5 am? 1600 Alton Road, Miami Beach, 305-704-3600; halveswholes.com Sit at thE Bar: Pisco y Nazca
At Pisco y Nazca in downtown Doral, Peruvian food gets an American and Asian twist with aji de gallina empanadas; panko shrimp causa; pork Nikkei buns; and aji panca cream and goat cheese raviolis with cilantro, peas, and corn; plus a pretzel bun Angus burger with rocoto pepper aioli. Fret not— there’s also a plethora of ceviches. 8551 NW 53rd St., Doral, 786-805-4344; piscoynazca.com takE it to-go: Poke 305
Poke, the Hawaiian favorite, now has a home in the 305. Signature bowls pack organic and locally sourced produce and fish. Try the mouthful poke-meets-ceviche Aka Aka, with whitefish, daikon, jalapeño, white Peruvian corn, sweet potato chips, cilantro, and leche de tigre, or build your own. Whatever you do, get a side of squid salad. 169 SE Seventh St., Miami, 305-563-3811
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SHOT ON SITE If You’re Reading This… SuperStar rapper Dra e ran through the 305 with hiS woeS to knock out two unforgettable back-to-back performanceS.
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Thousands of Miamians eagerly flocked to the AmericanAirlines Arena to watch hip-hop legend Drake (better known as @ChampagnePapi to his 28 million Instagram followers) perform back-to-back shows—with his “whole team fucking here”—as part of his Summer Sixteen Tour. The energy was palpable from the get-go, when the lyrical madman told the sold-out arena that he’d placed a bet that Miami would be his
favorite stop on his cross-country jaunt. “Do you want the short show or the long show?” he asked, sending fans into a tizzy that continued all night long as he took us from his old-school smash hits to arguably the song of the year, “Hotline Bling.” Drake is a romantic at heart (as evidenced by his lyrics and VMA love confessions), so it came as no surprise when rumored girlfriend Rihanna arose from beneath the stage to “Work” it out with him.
Rappers Lil Wayne and Future also showed up for an unforgettable live collab. At the afterparty at the 24/7 showclub E11even, Champagne Papi and his entourage kept the Summer Sixteen Tour going (and the bubbly flowing) with another live but more intimate performance into the wee hours of the night, proving that the rapper lives by his verse “I live for the nights that I can’t remember with the people that I won’t forget.”
Drake performing at his late-night Miami afterparty at E11even.
SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY SETH BROWARNIK Eric Milon and Tyson Beckford at The Deck at Island Gardens.
Zoe Lukov and Anthony Spinello at Harmony Korine and Franklin Sirmans’s conversation, hosted by Faena Rose, at the Faena Hotel Miami Beach.
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Chris and Keith Paciello at Rockwell.
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Brody Jenner at E11even.
Famed DJs Hardwell and Benny Benassi manned the ones and twos at the Miami Beach megaclub LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, while reality TV star and heartthrob Brody Jenner spun after hours at the 24/7 showclub E11even.
Chuckie and Alec Monopoly at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Wiz Khalifa at Rockwell.
Hardwell and Benny Benassi at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
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Chilli of TLC and Nick Cannon at Cannon’s DJ set with Chilli, presented by Resorts World Bimini.
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Richard Giannotti and Jason Taylor at the Resorts World Bimini grand-opening summer celebration with Robin Thicke. Victoria Justice at the Soap & Glory Beauty Boudoir at Mackapoolooza 2016 at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
FAMED FÊTES Jimmy Vargas, Ja Rule, and Tommy Pooch at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Former pro athletes Richard Giannotti and Jason Taylor enjoyed a special performance by Robin Thicke at the grand-opening summer celebration at Resorts World Bimini, while R&B crooner Trey Songz let loose at Basement Miami.
Jason Odio at Baby Jane.
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Cam’ron and Skylar Hauswirth at Wall at the W South Beach.
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Zac Bouch, Dennis DeGori, and Rob Crosoli at E11even.
Victoria Rogers, Ellen Salpeter, and Franklin Sirmans at the ICA Miami summer exhibitions unveiling.
SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY SETH BROWARNIK Karen StarostaGilinski and Carol Adrianza Ferdinand at the ICA Residents: Miami Music Club event, featuring Drew McDowell, at ICA Miami.
Valentina Garcia and Anne Jacot at Reel Creative Cinema in the Design District.
Michael S. Goldberg and Wayne Pathman at the City National Bank Champions of Business panel discussion at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach.
Alicia Cervera Lamadrid and Alicia Cervera at “An Evening with Hanis Rashid” at the Missoni Baia sales gallery.
Terry Schechter, Susana Ibarguen, and Gail Meyers at the “Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks” exhibit grand-opening celebration at Pérez Art Museum Miami. Manuel Grosskopf and Eli Klinger at the exclusive preshowing of the Sky Villa at the Château Beach Residences, hosted by The Château Group.
Joey Krutel, Gil Dezer, and Sebastian Tettamanti at the debut of Watr at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach.
Brooke Rosenfeld and Asha Elias at The Trend Event Brunch at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour.
John Richard and Louis Brais at the Cirkopolis post-reception at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.
Fat Joe and Coco Simone at The Forge.
Robert G. Zuckerman at his exhibition “Wonderism.”
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SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY SETH BROWARNIK Vene Giufurta, Tara Solomon, Vivianne Del Rio, and Dana Shear at the Tara Ink celebration for Solomon at Cecconi’s at Soho Beach House.
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Anastasia Koutsioukis and Ahmet Erkaya at the debut of Watr at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach.
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Arin Maercks, Natalie Marchionni, and Gaudi Castro at the “Save Your Seat” campaign, launched by Heineken to support the restoration of the Miami Marine Stadium.
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Dress shirt ($430) and belt ($340), Salvatore Ferragamo. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-8668166; ferragamo.com. Jeans, Frame ($199). Neiman Marcus, Village of Merrick Park, 358 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables, 786-999-1000; neimanmarcus.com. Tie, John Varvatos ($148). 1020 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-6747917; johnvarvatos.com. 39mm 18k white-gold, black dial, and leather strap Cellini watch, Rolex ($15,200). Kirk Jewelers, 142 E. Flagler St., Miami, 305-3711321; kirkjewelers.com
AmericA hAs spent more thAn two decAdes pontificAting About Alex rodriguez,
debating his greatness after each of his 696 career home runs, or gossiping about his relationships with Madonna, Kate Hudson, and Cameron Diaz. The third baseman has been a polarizing figure in nearly every city in the country—except here in Miami, where the term “hometown hero” is never followed by an asterisk. When describing the former Mariners, Rangers, and Yankees star, he’s not just a legend, he’s our legend—for his play on the field as well as his charitable efforts, like personally granting more than 30 college scholarships for students at both the University of Miami and FIU. And, of course, his dating history gets a big thumbsup in this town, too. (This is Miami, after all.) So when he announced his retirement in August, the city applauded a great career and smiled at the thought that our guy was coming home. While there won’t be any more “A-bombs” from A-Rod, Rodriguez is hardly going away. In fact, if you’re a local, you can expect to see him all the time. Retirement was obviously a tough decision after being in the game for more than 20 years. What were those final days putting on a Yankees uniform like? For me, those days were literally a blur. Saying good-bye to the game was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do, but I have great memories of that last day. That was a special day. I look forward to coming back to Yankee Stadium as an advisor. It’s been an up and down relationship with the Yankees over the years, but manager Joe Girardi got choked up a little after that game. What did you think of that? Joe and I won a championship together, so that’s a bond that he can’t break. Every relationship has its emotional moments, but we had a nice talk before I left, and we will always stay in touch. What will you miss most about baseball? I’ll miss my four at-bats every day. I’ll miss the fans, and I’ll miss the clubhouse. You probably won’t miss the New York media, which has been known to report your every move. But even before retirement, you’ve been more low-key. Does that come with age? I think when you’ve been in the news a lot, you get to the point where you crave just being low-key, and that’s something that I’m really enjoying. One of the things I’ve learned is that when you play in the biggest media market on earth, there are a lot of advantages, but also the gossip columns have to be filled. After a while, you just get used to it. Looking back, what moments define your career? I think for me there’s three: the day I got drafted out of high school, the 2009 World Championship, and the whole 2015 season, the comeback. With all the adversity that I put myself through and being 40 years old and coming back, and being able to reach the postseason when we were big underdogs, that year was special. Is there one pitcher you’re happy you don’t have to face anymore? When you’re 41, all of them. But I would say Pedro Martinez in his prime. He’s one of the all-time greatest competitors—he was fierce on the mound, and he was going out there to destroy you every night. He had three almost unhittable pitches. The combination of his stuff and his competitiveness made him a handful. Now you’ll be spending more time here in Miami. What do you see as the biggest difference between New York and Miami? Miami is where I grew up. It’s where my girls go to school. It’s where I learned how
Sweatshirt ($790) and jeans ($590), Tom Ford. Miami Design District, 103 NE 39th St., 786-749-2600; tomford.com. Watch, Rodriguez’s own
“Saying good-bye to the game waS the hardeSt thing i’ve ever had to do, but i have great memorieS of that laSt day.”
to play baseball at the Boys & Girls Club. It’s also good to be around people that have known me my entire life. Plus, I love being close to the beach. So is that how retirement looks for you? Chilling at the beach? I just retired a few weeks ago, so I don’t know. But the one thing about Miami is that it seems like a big city from afar, but when you live here, it’s really a small town. I love the fact that Mrs. Harper at St. Stephen’s [Episcopal Day School] taught my ex-wife, Cynthia, and also taught both of my daughters. There’s been a lot of love for Alex Rodriguez in Miami, no matter which team you were playing for. Do you feel that here? Yeah, I’ve always felt a lot of love in Miami. One of the neatest days of my career was when I pinch-hit last year, and it was a packed house [at Marlins Park] and I got a standing ovation. That’s a moment that I’ll never forget, to get that type of love at home. What’s the daily adjustment to retirement been like? Do you even set an alarm? I’m still processing the whole thing, but one of the perks is being around my girls all the time, and being able to sleep in on the weekends. The two things I’m focusing on most is spending more time with my girls and getting more involved in the community with organizations that I’ve been with a really long time, like the Boys & Girls Club and the University of Miami. Two people that I consider great role models for me on the philanthropic side are Stuart Miller and Paul DiMare, who sit on the board of trustees at the University of Miami. The impact that they’ve had in the community of Miami is mind-boggling. On a smaller scale, I’d love to model myself after the choices they’ve made. What drives that desire to give back to this community? There were a lot of people who made major contributions in my road up to the major leagues, and one of the things I think about now is being able to pay it forward and help kids just like I was helped. Of course, now that you’re here more, I’m sure we’ll be seeing you everywhere. Are we going to run into you nightly at Prime 112? I love Myles [Chefetz] and Prime 112, that’s for sure, but I also spend a lot of time in Coconut Grove. My girls go to school in Coconut Grove. I love it there, places like GreenStreet [Café]. I drop off the girls and walk to Starbucks. A lot of times, you’ll also just find me at home having dinner with my daughters. You’ve been a fashion icon throughout your career. How will a retired A-Rod dress? As a kid, I used to see my dad wear a suit every day, and since I was 10 years old, I always wanted to wear two uniforms—a baseball uniform and a business suit. For me, simple is good. I wear a suit to work, but I also like to wear my A-Rod golf shirts and shorts. Pretty simple. Down the road, when fans of the game look back, how do you think they will remember you? Overall, I hope I’m remembered as a guy who worked hard, as someone who loved the game and gave it his all, and certainly someone who made mistakes but got back up after. In five years, you will be eligible for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. That’s been a hot topic among fans. How important is it to you to get in the Hall? Of course I would love that, but it’s not for me to say.
“The one Thing abouT MiaMi is ThaT iT seeMs like a big ciTy froM afar, buT when you live here, iT’s really a sMall Town.”
Bomber jacket, Acne Studios ($620). mrporter.com. T-shirt ($75) and jeans ($199), Frame. Unknwn, Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-937-2103; unknwn.com. Belt, Salvatore Ferragamo ($340). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-866-8166; ferragamo.com
T-shirt, Vince ($55). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-3510327; vince.com. Jeans, Frame ($199). Unknwn, Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-9372103; unknwn.com. Belt, Salvatore Ferragamo ($340). Bal Harbour Shops, 305-866-8166; ferragamo.com. Watch, Rodriguezâ€™s own
“I hope I’m remembered as a guy who worked hard, as someone who loved the game and gave It hIs all, and certaInly someone who made mIstakes, but got back up after.”
T-shirt, Vince ($55). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-351-0327; vince.com. Watch, Rodriguez’s own Styling by Faye Power Styling assistance by Connor Childers Grooming by Natasha Leibel using Baxter of California Shot on location at 172 Crosby St., #PH9B, New York, 646-726-4778; winhavengroup.com The spectacular three-bedroom, three-bath penthouse of 172 Crosby has been transformed into an ultra-luxury residence fit for the most discerning tenant. Located in Manhattan’s dynamic Noho neighborhood, the residence offers the finest finishes, floor-to-ceiling windows, barrel-vaulted ceilings, and a 1,000-square-foot private roof deck. 172 Crosby is represented by Rory Nichols, TOWN Residential, 646-9987402; townresidential.com.
In the not-so-gray area between tailoring and athleisure is where the well-suited dudes hang. Skinny-cut sport/ street hybrids, collage print tops, and graphic jackets have found their footing in this seasonâ€™s menâ€™s collections.
photographs by RODOLFO MARTINEZ styling by FAYE POWER
opposite page: Jacket ($1,650), shirt ($880), and pants ($1,150), Gucci. Village of Merrick Park, 358 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables, 305-441-2004; gucci.com. High-tops, Rag & Bone ($195). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-7284400; rag-bone.com this page, on left: Shirt ($1,550), trousers ($1,550), scarf ($585), and derbies ($1,210), Louis Vuitton. Miami Design District, 140 NE 39th St., 305-573-1366; louisvuitton.com. on right: Bomber, Saint Laurent ($1,990). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-868-4424; ysl.com. Shirt ($885) and trousers ($765), Alexander McQueen. Bal Harbour Shops, 305-866-2839; alexandermcqueen.com. Sneakers, Gianvito Rossi ($695). barneys.com
OPPOSITE PAGE: Sweater, Dior Homme ($2,800). Miami Design District, 161 NE 40th St., 305571-3576; diorhomme.com. Trousers, Acne Studios (price on request). acnestudios.com. Loafers, Ermenegildo Zegna Couture ($1,595). Miami Design District, 132 NE 39th St., 305-576-0179; zegna.com THIS PAGE, ON LEFT: Coat ($6,030), shirt ($990), and trousers ($995), Givenchy by Ricardo Tisci. Miami Design District, 102 NE 39th St., 305576-6250; givenchy.com. ON RIGHT: Coat, Ermenegildo Zegna Couture ($1,980). Miami Design District, 132 NE 39th St., 305-576-0179; zegna.com. T-shirt, Louis Vuitton ($595). Miami Design District, 140 NE 39th St., 305-573-1366; louisvuitton.com. Pants, Diesel Black Gold ($325). 933 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 786-7181555; diesel.com
opposite page, on left: Coat ($1,932), shirt ($378), and pants ($650), Dries Van Noten. barneys.com. Sneakers, Bally ($650). Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-936-1458; bally.com. on right: Coat ($1,395), T-shirt (price on request), and pants (price on request), Christopher Kane. christopherkane.com. Sneakers, Gianvito Rossi ($695). barneys.com this page: Sweater, Jil Sander ($870). jilsander.com. Pants, Diesel Black Gold ($325). 933 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 786718-1555; diesel.com. Sneakers, Bally ($650). Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-9361458; bally.com
OPPOSITE PAGE: Shirt, Sacai ($800). The Webster Miami, 1220 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-7899; sacai.jp THIS PAGE, ON LEFT: Coat ($795), anorak ($695), and trousers ($395), Z Zegna. Miami Design District, 132 NE 39th St., 305-576-0179; zegna.com. ON RIGHT: Jacket ($1,195) and trousers ($995), Rag & Bone. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-728-4400; rag-bone.com Styling assistance by Connor Childers Grooming by Robert Huitron for Barboza using Kiehl’s Models: Allen Ye at VNY Models, Alexander Newman at Red, Malik Alain at Major Models, Peter Argue at New York Models, and Trevor Drury at Soul Artist Management
From the kitchen to the court to Hollywood and beyond, six leading South Florida men are the untouchable forces that make Miami one of the fastest-growing—and most exciting—cities in America.
by Jon WArech photography by ShAne MccAuley shot on location at SlS South BeAch
THE SPORT AUTHORITY: JOSH RICHARDSON
No longer a rookie, and with Dwyane Wade out of Dade County, the Miami Heat shooting guard who was thrust into the spotlight last season looks to take on a leadership role in 2016.
SECRET OF MY SUCCESS
“You can always get better. Take DeMar DeRozan, for instance; he made huge leaps since he’s been in the NBA. That’s [my] goal. He was a good player when he got in the league, but now he’s a superstar.”
When did you know an NBA career was possible? I went to school thinking I would just get my undergrad degree paid for and then go to grad school after because I wanted to be a doctor, but my junior year [at Tennessee] my coach wanted me to start taking basketball more seriously. A couple of weeks before the NCAA tournament, I started being more of a leader, and I averaged 20 points a game in the tournament. What was it like going from not even sure you’d make the team to playing significant NBA minutes last year? It definitely happened a lot faster than I expected, but I was ready for it, so I just tried to take advantage of the opportunity. My teammates let me grow at my own pace. I had Hall of Famers and great vets around me to teach me the ins and outs of what to do and how to approach it. With Dwyane Wade gone, your role is even bigger. I’m excited for it. It’s going to be a group effort because no one person can replace a guy like Dwyane Wade, so I think we are trying to take the reins on that and fill the void and try to make it an easy transition to the next phase. Do you prepare differently now? Definitely. Last year, I was approaching it like, “Okay, what do I need to start to do to figure out my niche on the court or to carve my role out?” I’m trying to be more of a leader this year because I’m one of the vets of the program at this point. Quilted knit pullover, Public School New York ($585). Bloomingdale’s, Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-792-1000; bloomingdales.com. Jeans, Richardson’s own
THE CELEBRITY CHEF:
The Top Chef winner and executive chef at Matador Room by Jean-Georges at The Miami Beach Edition has cooked up a masterpiece with a side of fame. Early on you went to LA to explore careers as both a chef and a musician. How did you make the choice? I got on stage and I fell in love with it. I was obsessed. But I missed three or four band practices following that and got fired from the band [Shinedown], which is now, like, triple platinum. It was passion versus passion, and at the time, they weren’t signed. You got the call to audition for the Matador Room. What was that like? I did a brutal tasting at the JeanGeorges at Trump Tower. It was really intense having to cook for Jean-Georges [Vongerichten] and his corporate guys. They’re staring at you, you’re super nervous, and there are people somewhat kind of sabotaging you. It reminded me of being on Top Chef—that intense pressure. But I made it. He gave me the offer two days later. What’s the job like? I stand for what Jean-Georges believes in, so I have to be the liaison between what he wants and what the hotel wants. The way I look at it, one day when I move on and have my own restaurant, I would hope to God that there’s someone like me still there saying, “Hey, man, this is the way it’s supposed to be, we have to live and die by these recipes.” You didn’t choose the rock star path, but Top Chef has made you a celebrity. How has that changed your life? Every opportunity ever imagined has come to light. There are brands, spokesman deals, and all of these things that unfortunately pull you out of the kitchen, but it’s all part of the bigger picture. Chefs today are rock stars. If you do really good stuff and people like you, it’s a rock star lifestyle.
� SECRET OF MY SUCCESS
“There’s this perception that you can jump the ladder fast, but when I got on to a particular style, I didn’t move on until I felt like, I got this. It’s not a five-year plan or a 10-year plan; it’s a lifelong journey.”
Cashmere sweater, Vince ($375). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305–351-0327; vince.com. 14k white-gold and 3.32-carat diamond Cuban link bracelet ($11,295) and 14k white-gold and 3.87-carat diamond black braided leather bracelet ($11,995), Jason of Beverly Hills. Miami Design District, 140 NE 39th St., 786-838-0557; jasonofbh.com. Pants and shoes, Ford ’s own
THE HOSPITALITY MAVEN: THOMAS MEDING
With properties in South Beach, Brickell, and Midtown, the Senior Vice President for SBE Hotel Group oversees operations and has his finger on the pulse of the city’s hottest hotels. How did you start with SBE Group? I opened Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs, which became like the celebrity haven, where Brad and Angelina started, Robert Downey Jr., all of the good stars. In that time, I got to know Sam [Nazarian] and Arash [Azarbarzin], and it was kind of a dating game. After two years into it, they made me an offer I couldn’t refuse. You came to Miami in 2012 with the opening of SLS South Beach. But now there’s also the Raleigh, Townhouse, and The Redbury on South Beach. What’s your day like? It usually starts at 7:30 with an espresso and a cigar. Then it’s really going from property to property making sure the teams have what they need to operate and function properly and driving top-line revenues with the PR, marketing, and operational teams, so there is unison and a consistent message to capture as much as we can from a market-share aspect. I really enjoy helping the individuals grow, growing the bench for the company, and making sure we have a great human resource capital that we can build the expansion on. How have you changed since taking this job? I’ve matured. Really my job is providing food and an income for 1,000 families. That always grounds you and keeps you humble. You make sure everybody respects you and you’re fair. Coming soon are Hyde Midtown and SLS Lux, and SLS Brickell will make a big splash this October. Do you love a good grand opening? Four years later, everybody is still talking about the grand opening of SLS South Beach. It’s great. It’s a relief, to be quite frank, and it’s fun when you see everyone enjoying themselves, but then again, you’re already thinking about what you can do next.
� SECRET OF MY SUCCESS
“Try to find your niche, and be happy with what you can provide. I found my niche early on—from travels with my parents. I always knew I wanted to be in this business.”
Clothing and accessories, Meding’s own
"Be relentless in the pursuit of what you want. if you get a 'no' or door closed or a rejection, it just means you need to fight harder." â€”dj irie
� THE SOUND MIXER:
Miami’s quintessential DJ-turnedinternational brand isn’t just spinning records; he’s running a corporation and charitable foundation while marching to the beat of his own drum. How did growing up in Miami pave your road to success? Being exposed to the Latin and European cultures and different sounds helped increase my vocabulary in music. Also, it didn’t hurt that Miami is one of the nightlife meccas of the world. My first opportunity to play overseas came when an agent in Miami heard me playing at Level and said, “I want to bring you to Germany.” About a month later, I was on a plane to Europe. How did becoming the official DJ of the Miami Heat take your career to the next level? It made me more of a household name. Before that, my name was synonymous with the nightlife community—mothers and fathers didn’t know who I was, young kids didn’t know who I was. [The Heat exposure] really made me more mainstream, and in turn I became a lot more marketable with corporate partners. The transition from going out and performing to focusing on being a brand and building a true business came when I realized the reach that we have and the value there is in touching thousands of people on a weekly basis. The Miami Heat connection also led to your Irie Foundation. The importance of giving back and being community-conscious came from Alonzo Mourning. He really amplified that for me. Seeing what he was doing was so profound and mind-blowing that I just said, “Wow, I need to be a part of this.” What’s your coolest gig to date? For the World Cup in Rio, I got to go out there for a month, and I formed lifelong friendships with people from all over the world. I went to India and Africa and had friends there from the World Cup. From one event, you become a globally connected person.
SECRET OF MY SUCCESS
“Be relentless in the pursuit of what you want. If you get a ‘no’ or a door closed or a rejection, it just means you have to fight harder. In 2009 when the economy was in a terrible state, our supporters just didn’t have the money for Irie Weekend. We knocked on more doors and made a lot of calls until we got yeses.”
Ribbed wool sweater, APC ($325). Bloomingdale’s, Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-792-1000; bloomingdales.com. 3.5-carat Dunamis Spartan timepiece, Jason of Beverly Hills ($9,995). Miami Design District, 140 NE 39th St., 786-838-6557; jasonofbh.com. Shoes, Christian Louboutin ($1,195). Miami Design District, 180 NE 40th St., 305-548-8246; christianlouboutin.com. Jacket and jeans, Irie’s own
THE FITNESS ENTHUSIAST:
SECRET OF MY SUCCESS
As founder and managing partner of Ultimate Fitness Group, he took a local workout concept to the next level and made Orangetheory into a globally recognized method. There will be 600 Orangetheory facilities by the end of the year, and it all started here. We met Ellen Latham, who created the workout, and with my passion for fitness and my partners’ franchising experience, we took her idea and created one studio in Fort Lauderdale [in March 2010] to perfect the model. We always liked this market. My two partners and I launched European Wax Center in Aventura and Fort Lauderdale, too. Today we are opening about 30 stores a month throughout the world. Obviously the workout is important, but marketing is key. Was even coming up with the name a process? That was a wild process. We went through over 10,000 names and went with something that was a little bit more abstract but ended up tying into the brand. The orange color is now associated with the afterburn—that zone you go into that burns all the extra calories [after you’re done exercising]. We wanted a color and a vibe that worked for as many people as possible and that was focused on high energy, and Orangetheory really worked for that. How have you been able to franchise Orangetheory? We’re able to translate our system and hand clients the toolkit—and with such an amazing group of franchisees, it’s one of the things that’s been most rewarding. If you look at where we wanted to be in average studio revenue or workout traffic, we’ve literally doubled what we thought we’d ever do. With that, has your role changed? In the beginning, you’re 100 percent tactical because you’re just trying to make the brand work, but in the last 12 months, I’ve shifted to 10 percent tactical and 90 percent strategy. It was a hard transition. You’re used to being in all the meetings, but it’s about trust and knowing you’ve built a great team to execute your vision.
“You have to build a team. A lot of brands stumble because the entrepreneur can’t get over the hump and take the time to find and train two or three more key people.”
Striped maglione tricot sweater, Moncler ($460). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 786-477-5343; moncler.com. Sunglasses, pants, and shoes, Long’s own Styling by Eric Stern Grooming by Steven Hoeppner using Oribe
the auteur: AARON SALGADO
A Miami chico of Peruvian descent used his hometown roots to make films—and moves—in Hollywood. Your feature film Magic City Memoirs has made you the go-to Miami guy in Hollywood. Do you enjoy that role? There hasn’t really been a film director who has been Miami’s voice the way New York has Martin Scorsese and Spike Lee. I always wanted to be that unique voice that tells authentic Miami tales. A lot of films get shot in Miami, but it’s not from the local perspective. The other side of the bridge gets neglected, and that’s where I feel the juicy stories are. What was it like working with Andy Garcia on that film? Andy came on the last day of shooting and immediately gravitated to it. He invited me to Los Angeles, came to the editing room with me, and helped me mold the story together. He’s been a mentor to me since that day. The best advice he’s given me is to follow my gut with the characters. They’re all human, and so am I. Now you’re working on a digital series with Pitbull and have landed numerous writing and producing jobs. How has life changed since you’re no longer a struggling filmmaker? When I did Magic City Memoirs, I was in Miami working nine to five in order to pay bills, but once it was picked up, I found myself traveling a lot more. As a writer you get to explore, and that’s the thing people don’t understand: You can’t write when you’re just at home in one place. You need to interact with different people. That’s how you evolve as a writer and artist. How do you stay grounded? You have to be yourself—that’s what people want. I learned that quickly. It wasn’t about trying to be something I’m not. They wanted a chico. That’s who I am. I’m a Miami chico who loves making films, and that’s what has been opening doors for me.
Fitted button-down shirt, The Kooples ($265). Bloomingdale’s, Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-792-1000; bloomingdales.com. Gray leather jacket, Vince ($995). Bloomingdale’s, see above. Bowery slim jeans, Citizens of Humanity ($198). Bloomingdale’s, see above; citizensofhumanity.com. Hat, Salgado’s own
SECRET OF MY SUCCESS
“You have to be a good person and do good by others. The life you lead is a reflection of the energy you put out.”
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Bringing Down the house World Champion Boxer Floyd Mayweather’s million-dollar Waterfront smart house is a knoCkout. By MARCELLE SUSSMAN FISCHLER
What’s $7.7 million for retired boxing legend Floyd Mayweather? Pocket change when you consider it’s what he dropped (in an all-cash deal) on the 5,200-square-foot, four-bedroom, fivebath Zen-like manse at 5501 Pine Tree Drive he now calls home. Floor-to-ceiling walls of glass giving way to
sweeping views of the Intracoastal and a small marina are “the first things that hit you,” says global real estate advisor with One Sotheby’s Realty Raymond H. Bolduc II, who sold the heavy hitter his retreat from the ring. Though seven mil might be a small piece of Mayweather’s
earnings when taking into account his $180 million paycheck for last year’s match against Manny Pacquiao (still leaving him undefeated), in Miami’s million-dollar market, that gets you amenities with a punch, namely a Dale Chihuly blown-glass chandelier illuminating a two-story foyer
The back of Floyd Mayweather’s new Pine Tree Drive home opens up to an infinity pool that cascades into an Italian tile-lined reservoir complete with color-changing LED lights.
SPACE ABODE & BEYOND Palms and a Brazilian ipe ironwood fence frame the property. An electronically controlled rolling front gate is flanked by blue Bismarckia palm trees.
A floating staircase with glass balustrades and oak treads adds to the wow factor. A glass-enclosed “cube” functions as a home office.
and glass flooring, spa bath with a steam rainforest shower with power nozzles and Jacuzzi (for guests), and 80 feet of waterfront dockage. For the spa-like master bath, Mayweather can choose between soaking in ice in a freestanding tub or his very own glass shower room, both featuring Philippe Starck hardware for an added lavish touch. Closet space is plentiful thanks to a 15-footdeep walk-in in the flowthrough master suite, and for entertaining, there’s a 40-by-20-foot great room with sliding doors opening up to an infinity pool cascading into a gray Italian tile-lined
water reservoir equipped with color-changing LED lights. Plus, a rooftop terrace doubles as a summer (or year-round) kitchen with a barbecue for sunsets and grilling, and large shade sails to “make it livable in the Florida heat,” Bolduc says. Located in the coveted area of Pine Tree Drive, the not-so-humble abode was purchased, torn down, and rebuilt and redesigned by Nadia and Nick Di Donato, who own the popular Cibo Wine Bar. While it was originally listed for $8.49 million, leave it to Mayweather to put up a fight and beat someone to the punch.
Floor-to-ceiling glass walls and sweeping intracoastal views are the First things that hit you. 162 oceandrive.com
The open kitchen boasts white painted glass Cameo cabinets, Miele appliances, and Sub-Zero refrigeration, while the center island’s naturally stained walnut cabinets are topped with a white Corian counter with a seamless exposed sink and a sixburner cooktop.
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space GOLD COAST REPORT SLS Brickell is one of the latest projects to rise above Brickell, which has been seeing an influx of young professionals enjoying the easy access to shops, restaurants, and nightlife.
walk this way With sitting branded as the neW smoking, the magic city’s eight most foot-friendly neighborhoods keep miami denizens on their toes. By MARCELLE SUSSMAN FISCHLER
Forget luxury cars. With the live/ work/play trend gaining steam, walkability is the buzzword du jour all across Miami. From Coral Gables to Sunset Harbour and Midtown, walking is the new driving. Here are some of the top neighborhoods to hit the pavement in: BAL HARBOUR/SURFSIDE/ BAy HARBOR ISLANDS
Nestled along the bay and Kane Concourse, the quiet Bay Harbor Islands are a short stroll from Chanel and Valentino at Bal Harbour Shops and the five-star St. Regis, Ritz-Carlton, and Four Seasons hotels and residences. The property to watch is rising along the waterfront: Bijou Bay Harbor (bijoubayharbor.com), a 41-unit luxury condominium by Luis Revuelta with interiors by Adriana Hoyos, says Michael Sadov, a real estate broker and private lender. What’s best is that you can overindulge in sake at Makoto (makotorestaurant.me) and very well walk home. BRICKELL
Known as the Manhattan of the South, “Brickell has exploded with life,” says Carlos Rosso, president of The Related Group’s Condominium Development Division, which pioneered Brickell’s metamorphosis from afterhours ghost town to “young professionals’ paradise” with Icon Brickell,
Millecento, and the hotly anticipated SLS Brickell (slsbrickell.com), SLS Lux (slslux.com), and Brickell Heights (brickellheights.com). “You now walk through Brickell and see people out jogging, or meeting friends for coffee, bar hopping,” Rosso adds. Come November, add shopping and a movie to that list once Brickell City Centre (brickellcitycentre.com) opens. COCONUT GROVE
The verdant, sidewalk-lined onceupon-a-time urban Coconut Grove is home to architectural firm Arquitectonica. “The Grove offers the urbanist the ability to live in a walkable place where you can work, shop, eat, exercise, and enjoy nature and marine life,” says David Martin, president of Terra Group. His Grove at Grand Bay (groveatgrandbay.com) boasts 100 bicycle spaces and pedestrian passageways. Residents can amble from lush Park Grove to Cocowalk for a movie at Cinepolis, indulge in Nutella French toast at Greenstreet Café (greenstreetcafe.net), get a taste of Chopped winner Giorgio Rapicavoli at Glass & Vine (glassandvine.com), and even get a pick-me-up or some work done at Panther Coffee (panthercoffee.com).
“The Grove offers The abiliTy To live in a walkable place where you can work, shop, eaT, exercise, and enjoy naTure and marine life.” —david martin
A $21 million streetscape project is upping Coral Gables’ already pedestrian-friendly landscape. Lush gardens, outdoor dining (plus the most happening happy-hour scene in town), and public art are helping transform the shop-lined Miracle Mile and Giralda Avenue’s restaurant row into a Lincoln Road-style plaza. “It’s becoming a foodie’s destination,” with Bulla Gastrobar (bullagastrobar.com), Swine (runpigrun.com), and Hillstone (hillstone.com), says Javier Betancourt, Coral Gables’ director of economic development. Adding to its walkable allure is the upcoming Laguna House (lagunahousecoralgables.com), a 10-story, boutique residential development located within Shops at Merrick Park, featuring a limited collection of just 13 expansive residences.
A Laguna House balcony overlooks pedestrian-friendly Coral Gables. above: Grove at Grand Bay in Coconut Grove boasts 100 bicycle spaces and walkable passageways.
space gold Coast RepoRt Designed by Zaha Hadid, the towering One Thousand Museum will go up across from Museum Park in downtown.
With a trolley, a Metromover link to Brickell, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Pérez Art Museum Miami, AmericanAirlines Arena, 64-plus new restaurants, and 10,000 new apartments, including 900 Biscayne and Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum (1000museum.com), downtown is “a dynamic urban center,” says Alyce Robertson, executive director of the Miami Downtown Development Authority. Miami Green, a pilot project funded by the Knight Foundation, will shrink downtown Biscayne’s multiple automobile lanes and create a grand pedestrian promenade resembling Barcelona’s Las Ramblas, making it ever more walkable—except during Ultra, when street closures keep everyone watching the
mega-concert from their balconies and windows. MIDTOWN
Linking the Design District and Wynwood, multifaceted Midtown pulses with action. Anchored by Target, West Elm, and Nordstrom Rack, the livable, walkable urban community is also home to shared workspace Buro, the upcoming Hyde Suites & Residences Midtown (hydemidtownmia.com), and the live-work lofts and townhome villas at Midblock (midtownmiamiresidences.com). Hot spots Sugarcane (sugarcane rawbargrill.com), Salumeria 104 (salumeria104.com), and Bianca Latteria (latteriaitaliana.com) beckon. On bad hair days, Blo Blow Dry Bar (blomedry.com) and Bleach Hair Addiction (bleachhairaddiction.com) are blissfully close. Plus, the under-the-radar Kitty Kat Pole Dancing (kittykatpoledancing
.com) studio is a top choice for Real Housewives of Miami’s Adriana de Moura, while just across the street, Bardot (bardot miami.com) and Gigi (giginow .com) keep the night going. SOUTH OF FIFTH
Miami’s own little peninsula, the enclave at SoFi’s southern tip has morphed from derelict into a safe, secure, and highly desirable walkable neighborhood. Beyond family- and pet-friendly 17-acre South Pointe Park, where you can do AcroYoga on Sunday, are stellar condominiums such as David Martin’s 18-story Glass and The Related Group’s Marea (mareamiamibeach.com). Hungry? The neighborhood holds some of the city’s best restaurants—Smith & Wollensky (smithandwollensky.com), Joe’s Stone Crab (joesstonecrab.com), and Milo’s (milos.ca)—to sate your steak, fresh seafood, and stone crab cravings.
Not far from bustling Lincoln Road, this live/work/play pocket evolved as “an area of refuge” away from South Beach’s touristy swell, says Michael Comras, CEO of The Comras Company, a developer and broker of mixed-use properties who strolls three minutes from his home to his office. Along with the 125-slip marina at the twin Sunset Harbour condominiums and the upcoming 45-residence Palau (palausunset harbour.com), Miami’s fitnessmeets-food hub lets residents keep at bay the calories consumed at Lucali (lucali.com), Pubbelly Boys’ trifecta of eateries (pubbellyboys.com), and NaiYaRa (naiyara.com) thanks to wellness center Anatomy 1220 (anatomyat1220.com), Flywheel (flywheelsports.com), Barry’s Bootcamp (barrysbootcamp.com), and reggae nights at Purdy Lounge (purdylounge.com).
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CURVES AHEAD SOUTH BEACH RESIDENCES ARE KNOWN FOR CUTTING-EDGE DESIGN, BUT THESE DAYS, SHARP EDGES ARE GIVING WAY TO SOFTER, MORE ORGANIC CURVES. BY CHARLYNE VARKONYI SCHAUB
The Eero Saarinen Tulip table is experiencing a revival—from appearances in the last season of Mad Men to current design magazines. An original Tulip table also inspired the dining area of Miami designer Mike Stake’s former townhouse on the Venetian Causeway. His custom-designed curved banquette covered in mohair enhanced the circular theme. “Curves are softer and more approachable,” Stake says, noting the trend has been building for the past few years. “Organic forms are more comfortable than sharp edges. Curved furniture makes you want to touch it.” His suggestion? Use a round rug in a square room to soften the look. Stake is currently working on a 10,000square-foot house in Coral Gables and a Boston penthouse in an eight-story glass and steel tower built on top of a gutted old church. Mike Stake Studio, 927 Lincoln Road, Ste. 212, Miami Beach, 305-433-8211
“Sometimes curves imply feminine, but this lamp is very masculine. The mix of materials—leather, metal, and fabric—is interesting. A pair could bookend a large console.” The laser-carved GA logo on the Cherie lamp was created in black nickel over a round element covered in lizard skin. Armani/Casa Miami ($4,050). Miami Design District, 10 NE 39th St., 305-573-4331; armanicasa.com
Eero Saarinen’s Womb chair, designed in 1948, has a bent tubular steel frame with a molded fiberglass seat and latex foam cushions. “The Womb chair is an enduring classic that looks great but is also one of the most comfortable chairs to sit in for hours reading a book.” Luminaire ($4,999 with ottoman). Miami Design District, 3901 NE Second Ave., 305-5765788; luminaire.com
“The scale of this substantial table—almost five feet across—is tempered by its soft curves as well as the void in the center. It’s furniture as functional sculpture!” Brazilian designer Jader Almeida’s Twist coffee table, in walnut or oak wood, is part of his first US collection exclusively for Artefacto. Available in 47 ¼- and 59-inch diameters. Artefacto ($5,321–$7,164). 4440 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Ste. 1600, Coral Gables, 305-774-0004; artefacto.com
“Bar carts have made a comeback, and this one in brass—a current favorite finish material—would be great nestled in the corner of a living room or dining room.” The Beverly bar cart combines acrylic elements with metallic accents for a super sleek look. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams ($1,940). Miami Design District, 3800 N. Miami Ave., 786-6099920; mgbwhome.com
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The curved banquette was designed to go with the vintage Eero Saarinen Tulip table in Mike Stake’s former Venetian Causeway home.
“What a fun chair—brings a smile to my face. With the foam structure and removable covers, it doesn’t take itself so seriously. It’s great to mix up colors around a dining table.” Cedric Ragot’s Celeste armchair has a metallic structure and foam core and is completely customizable. Roche Bobois ($1,355). 450 Biltmore Way, Miami, 305-444-1017; roche-bobois.com
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PRECIOUS FEW CREATOR OF SOME OF THE MOST SOUGHT-AFTER HOME FURNISHINGS OF THE PAST HALF-CENTURY, DONGHIA CONTINUES TO TAKE A CLASSIC YET INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO DESIGN. BY CHARLYNE VARKONYI SCHAUB
For nearly 50 years, many of the biggest names in style, including Grace Mirabella, the former editor-in-chief of Vogue, have coveted Donghia home furnishings for their understated elegance. The brand’s founder, the late interior designer Angelo Donghia, once said, “Some people think of me as Art Deco, but it’s more ’20s and ’30s— clean, simple, and pure.” That aesthetic is alive and well in the brand’s new lighting and furniture collection. In sofas, club chairs, bar stools, credenzas, and more—all inspired by precious jewels and their settings—as well as in decorative Murano glass, Donghia’s designers continue to uphold the company motto: “Live a well-tailored life.” One striking piece is the Bezel cocktail table, with a base covered in either gray zebrano veneer or “grigio pelle lago” leather and a top of shimmering bronze or clear glass and white limestone. Donghia considers the Magic City one of its most important markets, according to Laura Steele, its marketing director. Miami is “an incredibly fascinating and international market,” she says, “inhabited by those who appreciate exquisite interior design, furnishings, and a wellappointed lifestyle.” Design Center of the Americas, 1855 Griffin Road, Ste. C-250, Dania Beach, 954-920-7077; donghia.com
“MIAMI IS A FASCINATING INTERNATIONAL MARKET INHABITED BY THOSE WHO APPRECIATE A WELL-APPOINTED LIFESTYLE.” —LAURA STEELE
The standout piece in Donghia’s new lighting and furniture collection may be the Druzy lamp, whose base is cut from handmade Venetian clear glass blocks stacked in a mineral-like formation.
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What do you get when you combine the Related Group, the hospitality trailblazer SBE, design star Philippe Starck, and world-renowned chef José Andrés? SLS Brickell Hotel & Residences—a posh condo tower, a chic hotel, and a foodie haven—opening this month. In addition to its choice dining options, the property’s luxury amenities include a rooftop pool and bar and a full-service spa. One of the last remaining penthouses is a fourbedroom, three-bath unit boasting 3,000 square feet of space, including a 700-plussquare-foot wrap-around terrace with breathtaking views. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-393-8060; slsbrickell.com BrickeLL FLatiron
BRICKELL, NOW SELLING! MiaMi’s Pulsing urban heart Continues to ProsPer as ritzy new residenCes hit the Market. By Becky randeL
Developer Ugo Colombo only takes on special projects, and this year his star is Brickell Flatiron. Designed by Luis Revuelta, this sleek residential tower features a gently undulating exterior and an art collection curated by Julian Schnabel. The residences are clearly geared toward Brickell’s successful professionals, with the rooftop pool bound to attract stylish urbanites looking to unwind without leaving home. A typical unit features a split floor plan, Italian porcelain flooring, a custom Snaidero kitchen, and access to the balcony from all bedrooms. Call it city living elevated. 1001 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-4007400; brickellflatiron.com BrickeLL city centre
from top: Brickell Flatiron; a sleek, contemporary unit at Brickell City Centre; the Sky Spa at Brickell Flatiron and (right) SLS Brickell.
No recent real estate development has had a bigger impact on Brickell’s trajectory than Brickell City Centre. The $1.05 billion, 5.4 million-square-foot complex is a multiblock residential/hotel/office/ shopping mecca. Currently available in the recently completed Reach building is a three-bedroom, three-bath condo—a luxury retreat featuring an oversize, fully finished walk-in closet in the master bedroom; kitchen and bathroom cabinets by Italkraft; a 48-bottle wine storage unit with temperature controls; imported quartz vanity tops; imported marble flooring; and Duravit SensoWash water closets. 700 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-521-1616; brickellcitycentre.com
Major Key SnowbirdS may eScape to miami for the winter, but farther South lieS a tropical paradiSe that’S truly a world apart. By Carla torres
Need to get away from the bustle and velvet ropes of South Beach? A quick cruise down the A1A leads you to the Florida Keys, stretching from Key Largo to Key West and encircled by crystal-clear waters and white-sand beaches. Here, the top six places to visit when you need both an escape and an extension of paradise. Good as New: amara Cay resort, Islamorada
If you can’t quite manage the four-hour trek to the southernmost point in the continental US, check into the recently renovated Amara Cay Resort— winner of the 2015 Sandi Design Award for Design Excellence in Hospitality from the International
Interior Design Association—located on mile marker 80 (just 45 minutes away from Key West). Enjoy snorkeling from your very own private beach, a romantic Italian dinner at Oltremare, or getting lost in that book you’ve been meaning to read as you swing on a hammock, umbrella-adorned cocktail in hand. 80001 Overseas Hwy., Islamorada, 305-6640073; amaracayresort.com Blast from the Past: Casa marINa, a waldorf astorIa resort, Key west
Shortly after Casa Marina opened in 1920, Presidentelect Warren G. Harding visited, catapulting the resort to national acclaim. Almost a century later—and after serving as Naval officers’
quarters during World War II—the six-and-a-half-acre property has undergone a $43 million overhaul. Vacationers can now arrive in jet-set style (courtesy of direct seaplane service), unwind poolside in their own cabana, and enjoy the most exclusive collection of rums in Key West. Then it’s off to catch the sunset while relishing a toes-in-the-sand fine dining experience at the sister resort, the Reach. 1500 Reynolds St., Key West, 305-296-3535; casamarinaresort.com New KId oN the BloCK: the Gates, Key west
Open for just over a year, this chic seaside hideaway is only minutes from bustling Duval Street, as well as Key West Tropical
Privacy-loving celebs and VIPs appreciate the seclusion of Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, located on a private tropical island accessible only by boat or seaplane.
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Space travel Forest & Botanical Garden. Rent a bike and head to the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum (just three miles away) or stay put and take advantage of the on-site food truck serving Cuban-meets-Bahamian-meetsFloridian-style tapas, a poolside bar called Rum Row (which offers its own custom rum thanks to an exclusive partnership with Key West’s first legal distillery), and a cigar lounge proffering local hand-rolled stogies. 3824 N. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West, 305-320-0930; gateshotelkeywest.com Off the Beaten Path: LittLe PaLm isLand ResORt & sPa, LittLe tORch Key
Best-KePt secRet: the mOORings ViLLage & sPa, isLamORada
Every one of the 18 cottages and villas at this 18-acre tropical utopia is unique, which was the goal of windsurfing champion Hubert Baudoin. After his board took a hit, he swam through crystalline water to the shore, where he had a vision of turning a broken-down motel into the resort it is today. (If the beach looks familiar, you may have seen it on Netflix’s Bloodline.) Pro tip: Visit during a full moon, when the restaurants Morada Bay and Pierre’s celebrate with bonfires, an electric reggae band, and carnival performers. 123 Beach Road, Islamorada, 305-664-4708; themooringsvillage.com duVaL digs: Ocean Key ResORt & sPa, Key west
With an address like 0 Duval Street—located right at the start of the historic thoroughfare— you can expect something extraordinary from this swanky boutique resort, like gorgeous views from your private balcony, Four Diamond dining at the restaurant Hot Tin Roof (an homage to playwright and Keys frequenter Tennessee Williams), and pampering at SpaTerre. Be sure to venture off-property, though—Duval Street is where the Keys come alive after sunset. 0 Duval St., Key West, 305296-7701; oceankey.com
clockwise from top left: A bungalow at Little Palm Island; Rum Row at the Gates; a cottage at the Moorings; a seaplane arrives at Casa Marina; Sunset Pier at Ocean Key Resort; Liquid, a pool bar and lounge at Ocean Key Resort.
PhotograPhy by Manolo Doreste (the gates); KicKa Witte (the Moorings); MiKe Freas (casa Marina)
There’s a reason why this large slice of paradise (accessible only via seaplane or boat) has landed on more “best of” lists than you can count. Its 5.5 acres of palm tree-enveloped grounds feel like a Caribbean wonderland. The thatched-roof bungalows don’t come with TVs, but nature provides all the entertainment you’ll need. And while you’re distraction-free, ask about the romantic turndown services for the ultimate pampering. 28500 Overseas Hwy., Little Torch Key, 305-872-2524; little palmisland.com
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MONEY TALK As the MiAMi finAnciAl And reAl estAte sectors continue to expAnd, MorgAn stAnley’s Mijanou Spurdle stAys AheAd of the curve. By RoByn A. FRiedmAn
“The most talked-about investment [in Miami] is real estate,” says Morgan Stanley financial advisor Mijanou Spurdle.
Mijanou Spurdle has worked for Morgan Stanley for 17 years and currently serves as first vice president and branch manager in the firm’s Miami Beach office. Spurdle, who began her career in her family’s car dealership, recently earned Morgan Stanley’s family wealth advisor designation. She focuses on asset allocation management, retirement and financial planning, and providing strategic guidance to families regarding investments, family enterprises, philanthropy, and estate planning. How has the finance industry changed in Miami? This used to be a retirement community, so people were looking to develop fixed-income strategies. But now, there are a lot more international influences, so there’s more risk-taking. Why are so many hedge fund managers moving to South Florida? Mostly to save on state income taxes. The world is smaller. People telecommute. It’s easier to do business in different locations now. You don’t have to be face to face all the time. What type of investments are people most interested in now? The most talked-about investment is real estate, at least here. [And]
diversification. Should real estate be part of a comprehensive financial plan? There are different kinds of real estate—primary residences and investment real estate. Plenty of people have created cash flow that can fund their retirement by using real estate. But there’s also the debt side. People ask whether they should pay off their mortgage. They don’t realize that every time they make a mortgage payment, they’re building equity. Has being a woman helped or hindered your finance career? I came from the car industry, so I don’t feel it nearly as much. I tend to have a lot of women clients because I know where they’re coming from, and I’m a little more relatable. You’re involved in dog rescue. Why is that important to you? I had a black Lab in college, and my husband had a Lab, too. After 9/11, I went back to my house alone—my husband [Craig, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon] was working in a hospital and didn’t get to come home—and I just sat on the floor and cried, and the dogs were there for me. Dogs give you unconditional love, but they don’t have voices, so I want to help them. 1691 Michigan Ave., Ste. 550, Miami Beach, 305-695-6119; morganstanley.com
Mijanou Spurdle is a Financial Advisor with Morgan Stanley Global Wealth Management in Miami. The information contained in this interview is not a solicitation to purchase or sell investments. Any information presented is general in nature and not intended to provide individually tailored investment advice. The strategies and/or investments referenced may not be suitable for all investors as the appropriateness of a particular investment or strategy will depend on an investor’s individual circumstances and objectives. Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, LLC, member SIPC. Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and federally registered CFP (with flame design) in the US, which it awards to individuals who successfully complete CFP Board’s initial and ongoing certification requirements.
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Monasterio. He developed new techniques in both aesthetics and craniofacial surgery early in his career. He followed his fellowship spending individualized time with the worlds masters in Western Europe, Central and South America before returning home to Miami to develop what has become his brand: individualized, aesthetically tuned and artful interventions. When asked why there are so many of these strange faces around, Dr. Maercks replies “its all about the money.” “Most practitioners rely on marketing and social networking to develop a name and try to run a business. They may or may not be well trained but most practitioners out there have never really taken time to reflect on or understand aesthetics.”
Plastic Surgery, About Face! In a time when we see the most disastrous looking faces and bodies on celebrities, the wealthy and social elite, a new direction and art is being forged by one of the newest faces of excellence in Miami. Glance through the social photography in society magazines of Miami, Los Angeles and New York or just turn on the television and you may find unnatural distorted and age indeterminate faces and bodies. Well, about face, the polar opposite is being artfully delivered at one of the most elite plastic surgery practices in America.
Dr. Maercks’ interventions are incredibly disparate from mainstream procedures. He has basically created a new language with which to communicate with patients. ‘Aesthetic Facial Balancing’ is what Maercks calls his technique for volumetric restoration of the face. This means that with either hyaluronic acid or the body’s own natural fat, Dr. Maercks uses his artistic insights to create shapes and patterns that are immediately recognized by the perceiver’s brain as beautiful, young and happy. Do not go to the Maercks Institute and ask for a naso-labial fold fill or a lip plump up unless you want to hear a deconstruction of aesthetics and current concepts and an education on facial subunits and the psychophysiology of perception. No joke, this fine artist turned philosopher turned plastic surgeon is proud of both his concepts and results, rightfully so. Patients who receive Maercks’ Aesthetic Facial Balancing look untouched and completely natural, sometimes spouses are left wondering why their partner has such a glow and appears well rested and happy. What is the secret? “Observation, judgement, aesthetic understanding and respect for nuance, even the tiniest” Maercks replies.
At The Maercks Institute, Dr. Maercks provides full spectrum face breast and body care from noninvasive energy “Patients who receive Maercks’ interventions to facelifts breast lift and augmentation. He Aesthetic Facial Balancing is also becoming the go to name for revising unaesthetic look untouched and completely breast augmentations with his devastatingly beautiful ColdSubfascial™ breast augmentations and revisions that often natural, sometimes spouses are appear more natural than the patients original untouched left wondering why their partner form. What’s missing at the Maercks Institute? That’s easy- there is no marketing of heavily advertised products has such a glow and appears or devices, most of which Dr. Maercks will explain should well rested and happy.” be avoided at all cost. There is no nurse consultant guiding you through surgical options and no para-practitioners delivering care. With Dr. Maercks patients simply get the undivided attention Dr. Maercks had the distinguished honor of being the last fellow to receive of an incredible physician with both the talent and dedication to make his mentorship from the great and now late, Fernando Ortiz-Monasterio. Dr. patients shine. Ortiz-Monasterio was one of the fathers of modern craniofacial surgery and aesthetics. The thoughts and ideals of the great FOM, as he is affectionately Dr. Rian A. Maercks offers limited private consultations at The Maercks Institute, 4500 called, are carried on in the art that Dr. Maercks has developed. Maercks’ Biscayne Boulevard Suite 104, in Miami’s beautiful Design District by appointment hunger for elite skills and training began long before his time with Ortiz- only. For scheduling contact (305) 328-8256 or Dr.Rian@RianMaercksMD.com. Dr. Rian A. Maercks, the founder and sole practitioner of The Maercks Institute Miami, is turning things around for those lucky enough to know about his work. Maercks, a Miami native, sought out the best experience and training internationally and stateside to return with a novel concept of plastic surgery that is foreign to most interventions and practices today. “From the instant I opened my first office I knew the practice would be about the individual patient and everything had to be art.” Unfortunately the role of aesthetics, artistry and a doctorly role have little place in todays “fast-food plastic surgery” world.
Dr. Maercks conducts exclusive private consultations at The Maercks Institute located just outside of Miami’s bustling Design District. Scheduling can be arranged by contacting through www.RianMaercksMD.com or calling (305) 328-8256.
SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY WORLD RED EYE Coco Hara
Ana Rivera with Miguel and Bethany Martinez
Christopher Adeleke, Monica Defortuna, Kate Valois, Stephen Brunelle, Lisa Petrillo, Danny Rodriguez, Kate Henriques, and Silvia Larrieu
FASHION-FORWARD Neiman Marcus Coral Gables and Ocean Drive welcomed Miami’s most fashionable philanthropists for the Art of Fashion, benefiting PAMM Contemporaries, the United Way of Miami-Dade Young Leaders, and the Young Philanthropists of Baptist Health. Attendees posed in the photo booth in flower crowns by DolceFlor.com, played with red lipsticks by YSL Cosmetics, and enjoyed a braid bar by Glamsquad and a fall trends runway presentation. Guests relaxed in the Laguna House lounge while savoring bites by Bulla Gastrobar, STK Miami, and Neiman Marcus’s Mariposa Restaurant and sipping cocktails by Fleur de Lis Vodka and gold medal-winning wines from VeritageMiami’s Best in Glass Wine Challenge.
Emily, Evelyn, and Kristen Rothenberg
Sophia Leavell and Vanessa Fioravante-Cuomo
Jasmin Grant and Kate Meenan
Patrick M. O’Connell and Annie Mammes
Alexandra Serre and Debra Torres
Daniela Alonso, Sheana Dagrin, Kathryn Priestley, and Anna Zarrella
TJ Sabo, Stella, Toby, and Kelly Arias Zara Ward and Rebecca Cernogorsky
Hayley Sloman and Ann King
Alan Leibman, Rich Szymanski, and Sam Nazarian at the Hyde Beach House groundbreaking celebration at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails.
Andrea Cuevas, Spencer Morris, and Catalina Martinez at the SLS Lux Brickell VIP cocktail party at East, Miami.
Isabelle Fontes, Amanda Harris, and Dara Smoeth at the Fall Fashion Trend event at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRETT HUFZIGER (FORDIN, LIEBERMAN, RODAN); KOREY DAVIS PHOTOGRAPHY (CUEVAS, MENENEDEZ, MORRIS, STAPLES); WORLD RED EYE (CARTAYA, FONTES, SANCHEZ, VANDER LOOP)
Chris Menendez, Gianna Blanco, and Neil Vazquez at the SLS Lux Brickell VIP cocktail party at East, Miami.
Ana Paola Cuffia and Jon Myers at a VIP event at the 321 at Water’s Edge sales gallery.
Tatiana Cartaya and Melissa Katz at the Fall Fashion Trend event at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour.
James Mullins and Darren Seys at a VIP event at the 321 at Water’s Edge sales gallery.
David Staples and Nick Betancourt at the SLS Lux Brickell VIP cocktail party at East, Miami.
Local luminaries gathered at Miami’s latest hot spot, East, Miami, for an intimate cocktail party to celebrate the rising of SLS Lux Brickell. Uptown and over the bridge, fashionistas previewed must-have fall looks at the Fall Fashion Trend event at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour.
Kelly Vander Loop and Brandon Price at Cantina La Veinte’s second annual anniversary celebration.
Allen Morris and Javier Cuadros at the SLS Lux Brickell VIP cocktail party at East, Miami.
Louis Rodan, Wendy Marks Pine, and German Rojas at the Hyde Beach House groundbreaking celebration at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails.
Olivia Sanchez, Zak Mann, and Jenelle Garcia at the Fall Fashion Trend event at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour.
Eric Fordin, Jorge Pérez, Carlos Rosso, and Matt Allen at the Hyde Beach House groundbreaking celebration at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails.
SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY SETH BROWARNIK Zal Made and Eva Davis at the Copacabana event at Beachcraft at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach.
Cole Whittle, Joe Jonas, and JinJoo Lee of DNCE at Wall at the W South Beach.
Rachel Robinson and Laurel Burnett at the “Sweat for the Pups” event at Pulse163, hosted by Jamie’s Rescue.
Dave Sol and Michael Woods at Story.
Willy Cartier, Anais Mali, Alexandra Le Boursier, and Mathieu Massa at El Tucan.
Jeff Beacher and Navin Chianti at Wall at the W South Beach.
David Foulquier and Alberto Lamadrid at Dom Fridays at Caviar Russe.
Marie Vickles, Jaie Laplante, and Lissette Mendez at the “Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks” exhibit grand-opening celebration at Pérez Art Museum Miami.
Maseo, Max Pierre, and POS at Max Pierre’s birthday celebration at Talde at The Confidante.
Luol Deng and Mo Garcia at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Christian De La Iglesia and Mark Gamez at the Agenda Show afterparty hosted by F1rst Surf Supply Co. and What Youth at The Anderson.
P Reign, Drake, DJ Irie, Sincere Show, and Bow Wow at E11even.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY WORLD RED EYE
Jonathan Estallo and Roman Jones at Mokai.
Max Baum and DJ Speaker Foxx at Rec Room at the Gale South Beach.
Maria Progos and Aleksrandra Svchenco at STK Miami.
Ashlen Alexandra, Isabela Grutman, Kat Hicks, and Caroline Schmidt at Komodo. Cynthia Rodriguez and Jade Antonie at Basement Miami at The Miami Beach Edition.
Hila Gozlan and Saria Vital at Villa Azur. Cyndi Perera and Lauren Goodman at Baoli.
John Cicero and Teresa Cesario at Craft Social Club.
Nathalie Mirandah and Alexandra Pointinger at Hyde Beach at the SLS South Beach.
Megan Cameron, Alexandria Rousset, and Brianna Barnes at Basement Miami at The Miami Beach Edition. Maria Teresa Figuiredo, Laila Tov, and Lorenzo Draghi at Mynt Lounge.
Gina and Zack Bush with Laurie and Adam Friedman at Ball & Chain.
SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY WORLD RED EYE Damaged Goods and YSL at Hyde Beach at the SLS South Beach.
Courtney Cameron, Melissa Pope, Larie Self, and Britteney Walton at STK Miami.
Pirscci and Pow Pow at Rec Room at the Gale South Beach.
Nina Medina and Arleen Luciano at the Delano.
Colom Kaboomsky, Thomas Jack, and Lucaz Zaglul at Story.
Katherine Henderson and Brianna Addolorato at Rockwell.
Nathalie Mardeus and Chelsea McGovert at Komodo.
Ross One, Raul Rodriguez, and DZA at Basement Miami at The Miami Beach Edition. Ernesto Arambatzis and Anthony Gonzalez at the Delano.
Nila Larkin and Tanya Sergei at STK Miami.
Daniela Lopes, Duda Haddad, Graziella Maria, and Isabella Maria at Baoli.
Taylor Smith, Heather Keith, and Erica Wright at Hyde Beach at the SLS South Beach.
Jessie Morrison and Ashlen Alexandra at Rockwell.
Ann G Elian, Sharon Erez Ohayon, Koral Shem Tov, and Years Hamo at Hyde Beach at the SLS South Beach.
DJ Sandman, Michelle Pooch, and Jullian Boothe at Craft Social Club.
Bruno Cardinali and Anastasia Alimova at the Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel.
Amanda Sky and Kathy Scott at Mynt Lounge.
Axel Beca and Hugo M. at Mynt Lounge.
Milon Rodriguez and Jimena Casa at Hyde Beach at the SLS South Beach. Heather Doyobskova and Dijana Stojakovic at Hyde Beach at the SLS South Beach.
Sophie Konigsfeldt and Natalia Rojas at El Tucan.
Carla and Elena Scemama at Villa Azur.
Ashley and Taylor Rose at E11even.
Juelz Garcia and Monique Exposito at The Deck at Island Gardens.
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Harry’s Pizzeria Chef and owner Michael Schwartz’s newest creation offers a cozy and comfortable neighborhood spot to enjoy some creative, wood-oven pizzas, craft beers, and a selection of delectable desserts. 3918 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 786-275-4963
COCONUT GROVE, CORAL GABLES, KEY BISCAYNE Artisan The newest hot spot in Key Biscayne perfect for sandwiches or tapas. 658 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne;
The Cypress Tavern The Genuine Hospitality Group’s latest Design District haunt gives an elegant nod to 1920’s American fine dining. 3620 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 305-520-5197
Red Fish Grill Romantic, waterside seafood dining experience. 9610 Old Cutler Rd., Miami, 305-668-8788
The Federal Tackling comfort food classics like pot pies, biscuits and gravy, this eatery will rock your world.
Bizcaya Mediterranean-influenced cuisine serving fresh fish and prime cuts of beef, at the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove. 3300 SW 27th Ave., Coconut Grove, 305-644-4680
Peacock Garden Cafe The ideal setting for outside dining at anytime of day. 2889 McFarlane Rd., Coconut Grove,
5132 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-758-9559
Sushi Samba The finest fusion of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine at the Westin Colonnade Hotel. 180 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables, 305-448-4990
Cantina Beach Miami’s only oceanfront, coastal Mexican restaurant located at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne. 455 Grand Bay Dr., Key Biscayne, 305-365-4500
Caffe Abbracci Dine beneath the glow of a ruby-red starlight chandelier and the brilliance of Venetian glass on Italian-inspired foods including great carpaccio’s, the freshest fish, homemade pastas or succulent NY meats.
Swine Southern Table & Bar This joint is a place to hang with friends, sip a little whiskey, and indulge in genuine Southern cooking. 2415 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 786-360-6433
Harry’s Pizzeria Chef and owner Michael Schwartz’s newest creation offers a cozy and comfortable neighborhood spot to enjoy some creative, wood-oven pizzas, craft beers, and a selection of delectable desserts. 3918 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 786-275-4963
Gigi Bustling and hip hot spot featuring Asian-inspired fare. 3470 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-573-1520
Town Kitchen & Bar Global comfort foods and an irresistible brunch special. 7301 SW 57th Ct., South Miami, 305-740-8118
318 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables, 305-441-0700
Mandolin Aegean Bistro Authentic countryside cuisine from Greece and Turkey. 4312 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 305-749-9140
Versailles The authentic and famous Miami-Cuban classic. Christy’s Restaurant The steak house meets the piano bar at this Miami staple. 3101 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-446-1400
Eating House Not your typical steakhouse, this hipster-esque hotspot is known for its eclectic menu serving playful dishes such as “Cap’n Crunch” pancakes for brunch.
3555 SW 8 Street, Miami, 305-444-0240
DESIGN DISTRICT, MIDTOWN, WYNWOOD Beaker & Gray Wynwood’s new hotspot for globally-inspired cuisine and a vibrant bar scene. 2637 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-699-2637
804 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-448-6524
George’s in the Grove Lively, casual bistro featuring French classics. 3145 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, 305-444-7878 Love Is Blind A culinary adventure that takes you all over the globe. 225 Altara Avenue, Coral Gables, 305-748-6118
MC Kitchen Modern Italian cuisine offering seasonal dishes with ingredients selected on the basis of quality, harvest maturity, and farming integrity. 4141 NE 2nd Ave., Suite 101A, Miami, 305-456-9948
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink Michael Schwartz’s highly successful Design District eatery. 130 NE 40th Street, Atlas Plaza, Miami, 305-573-5550
Bocce Bar Midtown’s latest addition distinguishes itself from the rest with a bocce ball court and its rustic feel and cozy ambiance. 3252 NE First Ave., Miami, 786-245-6211 Brasserie Azur The sister restaurant of Romantic Villa Azur, a modern yet casual concept serving lunch/brunch and dinner showcasing French Mediterranean cuisine in the up and coming Midtown neighborhood. 3252 NE 1st Ave, Miami,
Midtown Oyster Bar Boasting “A Fish Kitchen” as its tagline, the menu showcases Mediterranean and classic American seafood dishes while offering a selection of extraordinary oysters from the East and West coasts. 3301 NE 1st Ave., Miami, 786-220-2070
Monty’s Raw Bar Scenic waterside spot offering seafood goodies. 2550 S. Bayshore Dr., Coconut Grove, 305-856-3992
Ortanique on the Mile New World Caribbean cuisine, island elegance. 278 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 305-446-7710
The Butcher Shop Trendy addition to Wynwood that fuses retail, restaurant and beer garden into one gourmet hot-spot.
165 NW 23rd Street, Miami, 305-846-9120
Morgans Modern, home-style comfort food for brunch, lunch and dinner. 28 NE 29th St., Miami, 305-573-9678
Palme d’Or Fabulous French fare, at the landmark Biltmore Hotel. 1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables, 305-913-3201 Pascal’s on Ponce Contemporary French cuisine. 2611 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-444-2024
Cafeina Diverse hot-spot offering intriguing art, nightlife and tasty cuisine in the heart of Wynwood. 297 NW 23rd Street, Miami, 305-438-0792
Mignonette A raw oyster bar with a welcoming environment where seafood lovers can share a bottle of bubbly while enjoying a dozen of the freshest oysters. 210 NE 18th Street,
Salumeria 104 Authentic Northern Italian salumi shop and trattoria serving traditional dishes and cured meats. 3451 NE 1st Ave., Miami, 305-424-9588
LISTINGS Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita Located in the heart of Brickell’s Financial District, the restaurant, offers a unique selection of International fusion cuisine.
Soya y Pomodoro Intimate Italian located in a quaint Neoclassical alcove. 120 NE 1st St., Miami, 305-381-9511
1000 South Miami Ave., Miami, 305-403-3103
Toscana Divino Brickell’s Italian trattoria features an Italian happy hour, “Aperitivo Italiano,” every Wednesday.
Edge Steak & Bar This stylish departure from the traditional steak house is the new crown jewel of The Four Seasons Hotel Miami. 1435 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-358-3535
900 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-371-2767
Fooq’s Serves “Feel Good Food” in an urban, yet distinctly cozy setting. Global travels and Persian-French heritage inspire the eclectic menu at this charming eatery. 1035 N Miami Ave., Miami, 786-536-2749
Garcia’s Seafood Grille & Fish Market Fabulously fresh fish, right on the river. 398 NW North River Dr., Miami, 305-375-0765
Kuro Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood’s newest culinary innovation offering new-style Japanese cuisine with handcrafted dishes featuring both locally sourced and imported ingredients direct from Japan. 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, 954-327-7625 Sugarcane From the creators of Sushi Samba, a raw bar and grill with a South American spirit. 3252 NE 1st Ave., Miami, 786-369-0353
415 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, 305-237-3200
Komodo The three-story indoor/outdoor eatery and lounge combines the cuisine of Southeast Asia with a South Florida vibe to elevate the dining and nightlife experience on Brickell Avenue. 801 Brickell Avenue, Miami, 305-534-2211
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Wolfgang Zweiner’s famous steak house has finally arrived in Miami. 315 S. Biscayne Blvd.,
La Mar by Gaston Acurio Features the acclaimed Peruvian cuisine of celebrity chef Gastón Acurio in a high-energy setting with dramatic water views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline, at the Mandarin Oriental. 500 Brickell Key Dr.,
LILT Lounge Hosts happy hour from 6 to 8 pm, Tuesday thru Saturday, with live music. Specialty cocktails, $1 oysters and the terrace has direct water views and a breeze, at the EPIC. 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, 305-351-7403
270 S. Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-424-5234
Naoe Experience natural Japanese cuisine as Chef Kevin Cory serves a unique Chef’s Choice menu. 661 Brickell Key
Ave., Miami, 305-503-6529
Azul A Forbes Five-Star restaurant in the Mandarin Oriental featuring a menu of modern American dishes with Asian influences. 500 Brickell Key Dr., Miami, 305-913-8358
Zuma Internationally acclaimed Japanese “pub fare” from London restaurateur Rainer Becker, at the Epic Hotel. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-577-0277
MIAMI BEACH A Fish Called Avalon Contemporary tropical menu featuring award-winning seafood dishes. 700 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-532-1727
Baires Grill This casual and trendy establishment satiates your appetite with an authentic, high-quality Argentinian cuisine. 1116 Lincoln Rd. Mall, Miami Beach, 305-538-1116
Novecento Argentinean and Mediterranean cuisine.
Bakehouse Brasserie Your neighborhood brasserie focusing on classic dishes, French inspired cocktails and artisanal baked goods located South of Fifth.
1414 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-403-0900
808 First Street, Miami Beach, 305-434-8249
PM Buenos Aires Fish & Steak House Born from the nostalgia felt from the “Porteño”-like cuisine, PM has the influence of not only the parrilladas but also all the different styles all over the world. 1453 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-200-5606
The Bazaar by José Andrés Masterfully re-imagined Spanish cuisine, at the SLS Hotel South Beach. 1701 Collins Ave.,
Dr., Miami, 305-947-6263
Atrio Restaurant and Wine Room A contemporary restaurant and lounge offering guests an innovative and international menu paired with a minimalistic setting to complement the view of an incandescent Miami skyline. 1395 Brickell
Tuyo Sitting atop Miami Dade College’s new Miami Culinary Institute, Tuyo is an exquisite fusion of New World flavors.
Area 31 Great seafood from the namesake region encompassing the Florida coast and Central America.
Truluck’s Seafood Steak & Crab House A fantastic combination of the freshest Florida Stone Crab, juicy steaks and a selection of over 100 wines. 777 Brickell Ave., Miami,
Il Gabbiano Decadent, exquisite Italian cuisine served inside or out, overlooking Biscayne Bay. 335 S. Biscayne Blvd., Miami,
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar Affordable global Latino cuisine meets cutting-edge art. 2550 NW 2nd Ave., Miami,
Tamarina Specializes in Italian cuisine inspired by the Mediterranean coast incorporating freshly caught seafood and local produce which is prepared using classic Italian techniques. 600 Brickell Avenue, Miami, 305-579-1888
Miami Beach, 305-455-5000
Bâoli Miami A dining experience that truly excites the senses: an elegant and vibrant ambiance with an alluring menu. 1906 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-8822
Batch Fresh off a successful opening, this Gastropub, with cocktails on tap, is soon to be Brickell’s favored hotspot.
Pollos y Jarras Authentic Peruvian cuisine with an extensive selection of BBQ, grilled meats, and tapas all ideally complimented by signature cocktails. 115 NE 3rd Ave., Miami,
30 SW 12th St., Miami, 305-808-5555
Barceloneta Catalan Bistro and Mercat that will transport you to Spain through taste alone. 1400 20th St., Miami Beach,
Biscayne Tavern Located in the B2 Miami downtown, this casual neighborhood gathering post serves up the next evolution of comfort food. 146 Biscayne Blvd., Miami,
Quinto La Huella Offers a blend of carefully planned, but simple dishes made with the best ingredients and utilizes a unique fire cooking method with a parrilla at the heart of the kitchen, located at the EAST, Miami. 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami,
Barton G. The Restaurant Upscale American eatery, plus lots of dazzle. 1427 West Ave., Miami Beach, 305-672-8881
Cantina La Veinte A cultural expression of true Mexican cuisine featuring traditional Mexican decor with an art deco flare and over 100 brands of Mexican wine pairings. 495 Brickell Ave., Miami, 786-623-6135
River Yacht Club A waterfront lifestyle-oriented venue featuring a fine dining restaurant, stunning outdoor garden, lounge, and docking facilities. 401 SW 3rd Ave., Miami, 305-200-5716
Bianca Modern Italian fare at the Delano’s signature restaurant. 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-6400 Big Pink Bright and fun diner, serving full-bodied classics. 157 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-532-4700
Cipriani Exquisite Italian restaurant with impeccable service and elegant design. 465 Brickell Ave. CU1, Miami, 786-329-4090 Crazy About You A truly unique lounge setting, and picturesque water front dining experience. 1155 Brickell Bay Dr,
Rooftop at E11EVEN An all-inclusive nightlife destination featuring an open-air rooftop lounge with sofas and fire-pit tables, weekly DJ’s/live music, and an intimate 50-seat indoor dining room with a full-service kitchen menu. 15 NE 11th
Bodega Taqueria y Tequila “Shepard Style” Mexican street food straight out of a vintage Airstream taco truck filling the area’s void for vibrant, authentic Mexican cuisine.
Street, Miami, 305-358-9848
1220 16th Street, Miami Beach, 305-704-2145
Seaspice A seafood brasserie and lounge, is a celebration of the sense that marks the return to the core values of gastronomy. 422 NW North River Drive, Miami, 305-440-4200
Byblos Miami Brings the exciting flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean to diners in a progressively designed space.
Segafredo Bayside From the partners of Segafredo L’Originale on Lincoln Road, the new waterfront spot at Bayside Marketplace serves light Italian fare and an expansive selection of cocktails. 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami,
Café Prima Pasta Authentic Italian meats, cheeses, pastas and desserts since 1993. 414 71st St., Miami Beach, 305-867-0106
CVI.CHE 105 This bustling Peruvian eatery has quickly become a hip downtown landmark. 105 NE 3rd Ave., Miami,
1535 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-508-5041
db Bistro Moderne The New York sensation from chef Daniel Boulud, in downtown’s JW Marriott Marquis. 255 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, FL 33131, 305-350-0750
Casa Tua Italian restaurant with a private upstairs lounge and la dolce vita vibe. 1700 James Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-1010
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LISTINGS Cecconi’s The Italian sensation from Mayfair and West Hollywood has brought its A-list vibe to the Soho Beach House. 4385 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-507-7902 The Continental Under the culinary direction of Chef Matthew Oetting, the menu at Stephen Starr’s The Continental features an eclectic blend of global flavors and creative cocktails in a fun and casual atmosphere. 2360 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-604-2000
David’s Café Cafecito Family owned and operated restaurant serving traditional Cuban food with a twist since 1977. 919 Alton Road, Miami Beach, 305-534-8736
DiLido Beach Club A casually elegant oceanfront restaurant and lounge with ocean-table cuisine and a relaxed, chic ambiance perfect for people-watching, at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach. 155 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 786-276-4000 Dolce Italian Contemporary take on Italian classics located at The Gale Hotel. 1690 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-975-2550
Beaker & Gray Wynwood’s new hotspot for globallyinspired cuisine and a vibrant bar scene. 2637 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-699-2637
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Driftwood Room At the newly opened Nautilus, A SIXTY Hotel, in South Beach led under the culinary direction of Food Network Star and Executive Chef Alex Guarnaschelli.
Jaya Five-star, trans-ethnic cuisine with a strong Asian influence. 2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-520-6402
the globe. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 1-877-326-7412
1825 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-483-2650
Joe’s Stone Crab A must-see Miami institution since 1913.
Meat Market Chef Sean Brasel has created an imaginative, top-flight menu with flair at this packed hot spot.
11 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-0365
915 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-532-0088
Drunken Dragon A hidden gem, South Beach’s first Korean barbecue restaurant presents a method of table side cooking with Asian inspired fare and exotic handcrafted tikithemed cocktails. 1424 Alton Rd, Miami Beach, 305-397-8556
Juvia Artistic food presentation and an innovative take on Asian fusion, with stunning views of South Beach.
Monty’s Sunset Miami’s ultimate Seafood Bistro features a raw bar and ceviche bar with breathtaking sunset views and a bay front location. 300 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, 305-672-1148
The Dutch A roots-inspired restaurant, Bar and Oyster Room at the W South Beach. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Katsuya Traditional Japanese cuisine with a provocative twist, at the SLS Hotel South Beach. 1701 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, 305-455-2995
Estiatorio Milos Costas Spiliadis celebrates the arts, culture and cuisine of Greece and is committed to providing guests a true understanding of fresh ingredients simply prepared with integrity. 730 1st St., Miami Beach, 305-604-6800
La Locanda Classic Italian just south of Fifth Street.
1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272
419 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-538-6277
836 1st St., Miami Beach, 305-672-0011
Mr Chow Iconic Chinese showplace at the W South Beach. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-1695
La Piaggia A St-Tropez beach club without the jet lag. 1000 South Pointe Dr., Miami Beach, 305-674-0647
Fogo de Chão The original Brazilian steak house with continuous tableside service and 15 cuts of meat.
Moreno’s Cuba At the Riviera South Beach A Cuban-inspired eatery developed around an authentic Havana-style café, with a culinary ethos based around Cuban Tapas and small plates made for sharing. 318 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-538-7444
Larios on the Beach Gloria and Emilio Estefan’s award winning go-to destination for cuban cuisine. 820 Ocean Drive,
My Ceviche This indoor-outdoor eatery will flaunt the brand’s signature seafood selections alongside seasonal, craft, and local beer options. 235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-397-8710
Miami Beach, 305-532-9577
The Forge Steakhouse Chef Julia Doyne brings her awardwinning talent to this culinary institution with an innovative take on the classic American steakhouse.
The Lido Restaurant & Bayside Grill Stunning waterside dining featuring chef Mark Zeitouni’s cuisine, at The Standard.
432 41st St., Miami Beach, 305-538-8533
40 Island Ave., Miami Beach, 786-245-0880
Nobu Legendary Japanese seafood delicacies, at the Eden Roc Miami Beach. 4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Fratelli La Bufala Sumptuous pizzas and pastas prepared with the freshest buffalo mozzarella imported from Italy.
LT Steak at The Betsy Hotel Laurent Tourondel’s interpretation of the American steakhouse. 1440 Ocean Dr.,
437 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-532-0700
Miami Beach, 305-673-0044
Fung Kú Asian Cuisine Korean BBQ and Sushi Bar, at The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club. 1720 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Lucali Brooklyn’s most coveted pizza in the heart of South Beach. 1930 Bay Rd., Miami Beach, 305-695-4441
Orange Blossom A modern bistro featuring internationally, high-quality, affordable fare inside the Boulan South Beach Hotel. 2000 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-763-8983
Hakkasan The exquisite Chinese creations of London restaurateur Alan Yau, at the Fontainebleau. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-276-1388
Halves & Wholes South Beach’s newest corner sandwich shop, featuring a variety of loaded salads and sandwiches made with roasted meats, artisanal cheeses, freshly baked breads and homemade secret sauces. 1600 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, 305-704-3600 HaVen Gastro-Lounge An intimate, high-tech gastro-lounge featuring global small plates by Chef Todd Erickson and innovative craft cocktails. 1237 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-987-8885 Icebox Offering the finest desserts in Miami Beach. 1855 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 305-538-8448
Il Mulino From Abruzzo to South Beach, Il Mulino New York presents unforgettable, classic Italian cuisine in a chic, modern dining experience. 840 First St., Miami Beach, 305-372-1221
Lure Fishbar A seafood-driven menu, overseen by Josh Capon, includes raw bar, sushi bar and Miami-inspired plates. Robert Ferrara helms the beverage program with nauticalthemed libations including the Catch and Release, at the Loews Hotel. 1601 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-695-4550 Macaluso’s Restaurant Staten Island home-cooked Italian. 1747 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, 305-604-1811
Macchialina Taverna Rustica The Italian spot for locals with rustic, seasonally inspired cooking by acclaimed chef Michael Pirolo. 820 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, 305-534-2124 Maxine’s Bistro At The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club, is an institution on Collins Avenue, serving American bistro fare with an international twist, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 1756 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-674-3527 Michael Mina 74 Award-winning chef Michael Mina, brings sophisticated, American bistro-style fare to the iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach, with a dynamic menu that features whimsical dishes and handcrafted cocktails from across
News Cafe This 24-hour spot remains the heart and soul of South Beach. 800 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-538-6397
Picciolo Italian Bistro Located at the Bentley Hotel, home of the one-pound meatball showcases flavors of Italy and offers great people watching along Ocean Drive. 510 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305-531-2100
Prime Fish Fish shack meets sophisticated fine dining; renowned restaurant owner Myles Chefetz has done it again with his new restaurant that is sure to please all seafood lovers. 100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-532-4550 Prime Italian Upscale American-Italian sister restaurant to Prime One Twelve. 101 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-695-8484 Prime One Twelve Extraordinary, modern take on the classic steak house. 112 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-532-8112 Pubbelly Gastropub This innovative tavern features a menu of homemade pâtés, specialty terrines and braised dishes, and its signature Asian street food. 1418 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-532-7555
Pubbelly Sushi Japanese small plates with Latin, Indian and Italian influences. 1424 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-531-9282
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LISTINGS Pura Vida Serving raw Brazilian organic acai bowls, fresh made fruit protein smoothies or cold-press veggie juices with soups, salads, sandwiches, pitas & wraps with vegan options. Eat-in, pick-up or delivery. 110 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-535-4142
Quality Meats Rated top steakhouse in Manhattan in Zagat 2014 and named best new steakhouse by Details, Quality Meats has opened in the heart of South Beach at Collins and 15th. 1501 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-340-3333 Quattro Gastronomia Italiana Twin chefs Nicola and Fabrizio Carro stir up traditional Northern Italian cuisine. 1014 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-531-4833
Red, The Steakhouse Hot Mediterranean-influenced steak house. 119 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-534-3688
Boatyard Offering an upscale, nautical-chic vibe in a laid-back atmosphere with an eclectic, seafood-centric menu that blends the freshest daily catches and premium cuts of meat prepared with locally sourced ingredients to enjoy inside, outside or dockside. 1555 SE 17th Street, Fort Lauderdale, 954-525-7400
Restaurant Michael Schwartz Locally inspired dishes and a fantastic ambiance at the iconic Raleigh Hotel pool deck. 1775 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 305-612-1163
Scarpetta Ravishing Italian cuisine from chef Scott Conant, at the Fontainebleau. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-4660
Seagrape Floridian brasserie helmed by James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein located at the The Confidante Hotel. 4041 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 786-605-4043
The Setai Grill Prime steakhouse with the finest seafood selections, accompanied by The Setai’s impressive wine list. 2001 Collins Ave., Miami, 855-923-7899
Ragu, the homemade pastas are a must along with the Lamb Chops and Branzino. 101 Washington Ave., Miami
19999 West Country Club Drive, Aventura, 786-279-6800
Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails Fresh, seasonal, Contemporary American cuisine by award winning Chef Danny Elmaleh with a stunning ocean view.
Traymore Restaurant and Bar Locally sourced seafood fare, as well as the hotel’s signature COMO Shambhala cuisine by Executive Chef Juan Loaisiga at COMO Metropolitan, Miami Beach. 2445 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 305-695-3600 Umi Sushi & Sake Bar A communal, Japanese-style dining experience in the lobby at Delano. 1685 Collins Ave.,
111 South Surf Road, Hallandale Beach, 954-699-0901
J&G Grill A contemporary bar and grill featuring a curated selection of Jean-Georges’ innovative dishes, at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-993-3333
Miami Beach, 305-674-5752
Smith & Wollensky Classic steak dishes, outstanding seafood, and an award-winning wine selection. 1 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-2800
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar Farm Fresh Southern Cooking, Bourbon and Blues. 1600 Lennox Ave., Miami Beach, 305-538-5220
Kuro Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood’s newest culinary innovation offering new-style Japanese cuisine with handcrafted dishes featuring both locally sourced and imported ingredients direct from Japan. 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood,
Spris Lincoln Road The authentic Italian brick-oven thin-crust pizzas have made this casual spot a favorite for locals and visitors over the last 18 years. 731 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Villa Azur A taste of South of France combining exquisite food, fine wines, friendly service and inviting atmosphere.
309 23rd St., Miami Beach, 305-763-8688
STK Miami Beach A freshly renovated, high-energy restaurant that artfully blends two concepts into one – The modern steakhouse and a chic lounge. 2305 Collins Ave., Miami
Vintro Kitchen Committed to the craft approach of food. A place where you can escape, live in the moment, explore the flavors, taste, experiment and share with your friends.
2216 Park Avenue, Miami Beach, 305-704-3680
Stripsteak With its classic menu, dynamic dining and bar scene, and sophisticated atmosphere, acclaimed Chef Michael Mina breaks new ground with Stripsteak, the modern alternative to the traditional steakhouse setting.
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar Farm Fresh Southern Cooking, Bourbon and Blues. 1600 Lennox Ave.,
Palm Restaurant Old New York-style steak house.
Miami Beach, 305-538-5220
9650 E. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor Islands, 305-868-7256
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ROK:BRGR Gourmet burger bar and gastropub with a modern approach on American comfort foods, located at The Village at Gulfstream Park. 600 Silks Run, Suite 1210,
Le Zoo Stephen Starr’s latest South Florida eatery combines French spirit with the hustle and bustle of Miami, creating a lively dining experience in a brasserie setting that will transport diners to the iconic sidewalk cafes of Paris. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-602-9663
Makoto Modern Japanese cuisine in the Bal Harbour Shops. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-864-8600
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 877-326-7412
Sushi Samba Dromo Japanese-Brazilian fusion fare amid a bustling ambience. 600 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-673-5337
Adena Grill & Wine Bar Elegant and upscale steakhouse with an authentic unique farm-to-fork experience, at The Village at Gulfstream Park. 900 Silks Run #1740, Hallandale
TALDE Miami Beach Features Dale Talde’s Asian-American cuisine at The Confidante Hotel. Dinner nightly with latenight hours on weekends. 4041 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, 786-605-4094
Terrazza at Shore Club This casual, Italian chophouse offers the ultimate in indoor-outdoor dining with the cool vibe and energy of Shore Club. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Atlantikós Greece-native Chef Anastasios Chasekioglou delivers an authentic menu of classic Greek cuisine in this indoor/ outdoor restaurant overlooking the Atlantic, at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-993-3333
Texas De Brazil A unique concept that offers diners a parade of meats and an extravagant seasonal salad area.
Boatyard Offering an upscale, nautical-chic vibe in a laid-back atmosphere with an eclectic, seafood-centric menu that blends the freshest daily catches and premium cuts of meat prepared with locally sourced ingredients to enjoy inside, outside or dockside. 1555 SE 17th Street, Fort
300 Alton Rd., Suite 200, Miami Beach, 305-695-7702
THYME Wholesome seasonal dishes with an emphasis on local farming methods. 6801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Carpaccio Bal Harbour Shops’ most bustling spot for delicious Italian fare. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-867-7777
Hallandale Beach, 954-367-3970
S3 An island-chic retreat with indoor-outdoor seating, lush patio with fire pits and custom-designed lounge seating with breathtaking views of the ocean serving steak, seafood and sushi. 505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-523-SURF
St. Regis Bar & Sushi Lounge A modern Miami atmosphere with a Japanese twist, this Sushi Lounge is nothing short of luxury, at the St. Regis Resort. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-993-3300
Taco Beach Shack World famous gourmet farm fresh tacos and cocktails, at Hollywood Beach Hotel. 334 Arizona Street, Hollywood Beach, 954-920-6523
TiramesU A neighborhood dining spot with perfectly executed traditional and non-traditional dishes in the South of Fifth area. Whether served with Alla Bolognese or Rabbit
Corsair Award-winning chef and television personality Scott Conant has crafted a rustic, seasonal menu rooted in the farmhouse cooking of America and the Mediterranean, located within the Turnberry Isle Miami.
Tap 42 Enjoy a combination of Fort Lauderdale’s finest American Craft Beers, hand-crafted cocktails made from fresh local ingredients, a creative menu of burgers and other inventive dishes. 1411 S Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, 954-463-4900
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Sugar EAST Miami’s 40th floor rooftop bar & garden, where you can enjoy a variety of libations and share some Asian tapas. 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami, 305-712-7000
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The Broken Shaker Laid-back indoor-outdoor bar featuring exotic handcrafted cocktails, at the Freehand Miami Hostel.
Rec Room New York-influenced upscale basement lounge, at the Gale Hotel. 1690 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
2727 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, 305-531-2727
Gavanna “Vibe dictates the night” at Wynwood’s hot-spot. 10
Club Deuce Everyone’s favorite timeless dive bar.
NE 40th St., Miami, 305-336-0701
222 14th St., Miami Beach, 305-531-6200
The Regent Cocktail Club Dimly lit and classically elegant cocktail bar and lounge, at the Gale Hotel. 1690 Collins
Wood Tavern Artsy and relaxed indoor-outdoor enclave where hipsters, art-walk crawlers, and collectors mingle.
Drawing Room Bar & Lounge Mixologist Albert Trummer brings his signature libations and one of a kind blend of apothecary and designer cocktails to the Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach. 1801 Collins Ave, Miami
Rockwell Located on Miami’s historic Washington Avenue, this celebrity hotspot combines the perfect mix of LA cool, New York music and Miami energy. 743 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach 305-793-3882
FDR Subterranean lounge at the Delano. 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-924-4071
Set A modern South Beach tribute to Old Hollywood glamour. 320 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-531-2800
Foxhole New watering hole and neighborhood bar owned by nightlife veterans. 1218 14th Court, Miami Beach, 305-534-3511
SkyBar The Shore Club’s exclusive nightlife setting overlooking the ocean. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3100
Hyde Beach Enjoy artful mixology and José Andrés cuisine at Hyde Beach — the first oceanfront location of sobe’s premier nightlife brand at SLS Hotel South Beach.
Story A unique, high energy nightlife experience. The 27,000 square foot space is equipped with 60 exclusive VIP tables, five full-service bars and is transformed nightly into a circus-style setting with extravagant theatrics. 136 Collins
Bardot Intimate lounge featuring live music and an edgy scene. 3456 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-576-557 0
Avenue, Miami Beach, 786-975-2555
2531 NW 2nd Ave., Wynwood, 305-748-2828
DOWNTOWN, BRICKELL Blackbird Ordinary Catchy and energetic vibe with delicious cocktails hidden downtown. 729 SW First Ave., Miami, 305-671-3307
Blue Martini Upscale atmosphere with a local-bar mentality, at Mary Brickell Village. 900 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-981-2583 E11EVEN MIAMI A unique 24 / 7 No Sleep show club and after-hours experience that features beautiful entertainers and 11-style theatrics in an environment that is as sexy as it is sophisticated. 29 N.E. 11th Street, Miami, 305-829-2911
1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-455-2990
Ave., Miami Beach, 305-479-4426
Jazid Intimate, live jazz and blues and nightly drink specials. Grand Central Former railRd. station turned contemporary event space with weekly events for Miami’s most discerning music lovers. 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-377-2277
1342 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-9372
Kill Your Idol Hipster kids plus cheap drinks plus high irony equals a perfect night. 222 Española Way, Miami Beach,
Sunset Lounge Mondrian South Beach’s indoor/outdoor lounge is comprised of multiple spaces, offering the only bayside destination for watching the sunset over Miami’s downtown skyline. 1100 West Ave., Miami Beach,
Hyde AmericanAirlines Arena A posh VIP lounge on the court-level of the Arena. 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami,
LIV The hip, high-energy megaclub, at the Fontainebleau.
Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Co. A homegrown concept created by bartender John Lermayer along with partners Dan Binkiewicz and David Martinez serving world-class cocktails and creative American food. 237-B 20th Street,
4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-4680
Libertine Downtown’s newest bar, featuring crafty cocktails and live music. 40 NE 11th Street, Miami, 305-363-2120 Sidebar A sexy bar scene and idyllic outdoor garden for creative cocktails and modern sounds. 337 SW 8th Street, Miami, 786-703-6973
Sugar EAST Miami’s 40th floor rooftop bar & garden, where you can enjoy a variety of libations and share some Asian tapas. 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami, 305-712-7000
Mokaï A modern lounge with New York sensibility and Miami joie de vivre. 235 23rd St., Miami Beach, 786-735-3322
Miami Beach, 305-763-8217
Mynt A vibrant club that plays host to South Beach’s fabulous crowd. 1921 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Ted’s Hideaway A laid-back local bar with a pool table and a delightfully grungy scene. 124 Second St., Miami Beach,
Nikki Beach Mostly outdoor hot spot to see and be seen.
Twist Popular gay pit stop with late-night action and seven uniquely themed bars. 1057 Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-538-1111
MIAMI BEACH Basement Miami A one-of-a-kind entertainment venue at the Miami Beach EDITION, complete with a nightclub, bowling alley and ice-skating rink. 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-257-4548
Purdy Lounge The perfect dark and laid-back local bar. 1811 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 305-531-4622
Wall The W South Beach’s on-site hot spot from a dream team of nightlife innovators. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Radio Bar Hip local bar, new to the SoFi area. 814 First St.,
Miami Beach. 305-397-8382
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1. STRIPSTEAK’S RIBEYE Located in the iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach, StripSteak by acclaimed Chef Michael Mina, presents a steakhouse for today’s adventurous diner –with burly cuts of dry-aged beef, many of them from the hotel’s on-site aging room and butcher shop, as well as signature specials. This sexy, two-story, indooroutdoor venue is fun, elegant and engaging. There’s a killer raw bar—with many items sourced locally through BleauFish –Fontainebleau’s innovative oceanto-table live catch program. Visit fontainebleau.com for reservations.
2. BOATYARD’S GROUPER PICCATA Hands down one of the most popular menu items at Fort Lauderdale’s premier waterfront dining destination
is Boatyard’s signature Grouper Piccata. The mouthwatering sautéed fillet served over wilted spinach and garnished with cured tomato, caper berries and a lemon Chardonnay butter is sure to make all those who experience fall for it hook, line and sinker. And, as with all of Boatyard’s seafood offerings, the grouper is delivered hook-to-table fresh daily, sourced by local fisherman. Visit boatyard.restaurant
3. THE TAVERN’S OFF-THE-BONE SNAPPER The Tavern is a popular Miami Beach restaurant located at the fabulous Hotel Croydon. A favorite with the locals and hotel guests, this wonderful fish dish is simply splendid! A fresh local off-the-bone snapper is dredged in secret spiced flour, tossed in our house made mild chili vinaigrette, and served over fluffy fried rice in a “fishtastic” presentation. Pair it with a crisp Chardonnay for the perfect delectable experience. Only the best will do! Visit hotelcroydonmiamibeach.com/eat-drink.html
4. KIKI ON THE RIVER’S WHOLE FISH CRUDO At Kiki on the River, we present this delicate fish, larvraki, “crudo” style. It is paired with garnishes that nod to traditional Greek/Mediterranean flavors, like thyme and citrus, but also peppers and cilantro. All of this is tied in with, of course, natural sea salt, and quality Greek Olive Oil. These flavors represent what Kiki is about traditional dishes with contemporary flavors. Visit kikiontheriver.com
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1. KURO’S SALMON KARÉ Named Hottest Places to Eat in Miami by Ocean Drive, Kuro at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, has made a lasting impression with its new-style Japanese cuisine. The luxe, light and socially vibrant restaurant, located inside the hotel, showcases handcrafted creations that incorporate both local produce and specialty items imported direct from Japan. Featured dish is the Salmon Karé, seared salmon in a Japanese curry with cauliflower furikake and spuma. Visit seminolehardrockhollywood.com
2. HALVES & WHOLES’ CALLE OCHO BANH MHI South Beach’s newest corner sandwich shop takes classics from all over the world and adds a signature Miami twist, making each sandwich an experience. Each
of the 12 signature sandwiches is loaded with in-house roasted meats, artisanal cheeses, freshly baked breads and secret homemade sauces. Featured here is our Calle Ocho Banh Mi, a Vietnamese twist on the classic “Miami” sandwich. Halves & Wholes is located at 1600 Alton Road across from Bodega Taqueria y Tequila. Visit halveswholes.com
3. TALDE’S BABY GOT BAO BUNS TALDE Miami Beach is turning up the old-school hip-hop and putting together a mouth-watering menu of bao buns and beer, with their new weekly special, Baby Got Bao Buns. Every Thursday night beginning on September 22, the high-energy eatery inside The Confidante, will offer bao bun and beer specials from 6 PM until midnight. In partnership with local Wynwood Brewing Company, TALDE is on a quest to deliver a unique, contemporary twist to their regular offerings that will have you saying, “Oh. My. God Becky, look at those Bao Buns.” Visit taldemiamibeach.com
4. BYBLOS’ TURKISH MANTI DUMPLINGS Byblos brings exciting flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean to diners, served family style in a convivial atmosphere. The Turkish Manti Dumplings, filled with smoky eggplant and baked in a yogurt sauce finished with molasses, nigella seeds, allepo pepper, brown butter and chives, are a crowd favorite. They are a perfect representation of the time-honored classic cooking techniques and modern methods used throughout the menu. Visit byblosmiami.com
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#TRENDING FOR FALL AS MIAMI GEARS UP FOR BOTH ITS SOCIAL AND BASKETBALL SEASONS, OCEAN DRIVE SCOURED THE CITY FOR UP-TO-THEMINUTE HAPPENINGS TO KEEP YOU IN THE KNOW, INSTAGRAM HANDLES AND ALL. BY CARLA TORRES AND KATIE JACKSON
The Heat Is On: Still mourning the loss of Dwyane Wade? See how the @MiamiHeat hold up as they take on the @OrlandoMagic in the first game of the season on October 26 . #HeatNation
Miami’s first mindfulness festival, on October 15. Meditate, connect with like-minded people, and learn from local and national holistic gurus. #GetOutOfYourHead #LiveMindfully
Magic Shtick: Do you believe in magic? You will after witnessing Broadway’s The Illusionists , materializing at the @ArshtCenter, October 11–16. Plus, celebrate the Arsht’s 10th birthday at a bash on October 8. @TheIllusionistsLive #PuttingTheMagicInTheMagicCity
Raise Your Glass: Try more craft beer brands than you knew existed at @Grovetoberfest, the largest beer festival in all of #SoFlo, on October 15. #ChugChugChug #BeerGeek
Namaste All Day: @ModernOm and @SacredSpaceMiami  are melding minds for Modern Life,
Seafood Diet: The annual @SoBeSeafoodFest is back on the white sands of #SoBe, October 20–22. Lobster rolls, lobster waffle cones, mahi sliders, shrimp tacos, and more sea creatures, from Joe’s
Stone Crab  and other eateries, are #OnTheMenu. #UnderTheSea Fit Life: For the first time, the West Coast’s @TheFitExpo comes to Fort Lauderdale for two days (October 8–9) of classes, cooking demos, lectures, fitness competitions, and more, with celebs and top trainers to keep you toned. #AbsOnFleek Sing Along: Get serenaded by chart-topping heartthrob @CharliePuth  on October 4 at the @FillmoreMB, part of his #WeDon’tTalkTour. Hocus-Pocus: @VizcayaMiami does it big on Halloween, especially
for its annual All Hallows’ Eve sundowner , which this year has a Prohibition theme. #TrickOrTreat #NightOfTheWalkingDead Eat for a Cause: From October 2 to November 23, eat at participating restaurants, like @IzzysMiami or the café @BooksAndBooks, and the proceeds will go to @Camillus_ House. #FoodForThought Drink Me: NYC’s popular @HoochApp has brought its potable perks (and secret cocktail society) to Miami, giving members a free daily drink at spots like @BeakerAndGray and @TheBrokenShaker. #GetYourBoozeOn
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROB FOLDY/GETTY IMAGES (HEAT); JOAN MARCUS (YU HO-JIN); THE WASHINGTON POST/GETTY IMAGES (JOE’S STONE CRAB); JB LACROIX/GETTY IMAGES (PUTH); WORLDREDEYE.COM (VIZCAYA)
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