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C’est Chic at Le CoqTail

Based on a Dutch rotisserie concept in Amsterdam, popular Le Chick in Wynwood is known for fried, smoked and roasted meats, and upscale cocktails. In the last few months, however, Le Chick’s drinks have taken on a life of their own, sparking the debut of Le CoqTail, an outdoor bar and lounge located next door.

The Name Game

Since opening in 2016, Phuc Yea (7100 Biscayne Blvd, Miami) has become one of South Florida’s most innovative establishments, constantly finding new ways to push boundaries––especially cocktails. The dimly lit restaurant in the Miami Modern Architecture District specializes in an eclectic mix of Vietnamese-Cajun cuisine, slinging cod bao buns and crawfish and shrimp pho, alongside

tear of a tiger eye Phuc Yea
At your service at Mr. C Coconut Grove

If you’re familiar with the Italian restaurant Cipriani, which includes locations around the world, from Miami and New York to Hong Kong and Venice, the recently opened Mr. C Coconut Grove (2988 McFarlane Road) deserves a spot on your dining bucket list. That’s because fourth-generation hospitality leaders, brothers Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani, are behind the

Mr. C
Fort Lauderdale’s Neat New Spot

Just a few steps from Quarterdeck on 17th Street in Fort Lauderdale, you can find a secluded bar with the elusive feel of a Prohibition-era speakeasy. Whiskey Neat debuted on Fourth of July weekend with little fanfare and an overwhelmingly positive response from patrons quick to call this spot their new go-to. The location is

Celebrate National Tequila Day

Photo above courtesy of El Camino   Rocco’s Tacos Locations: Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Delray Beach The Florida favorite offers $6 margaritas and shots, $4 Mexican draft beers, $16 pitchers, and half off tequila bottles. Diners have their choice of more than 300 tequila varieties as well as Rocco’s famous homemade Margarita sour mix. Info

Celebrate National Bourbon Day at this Secret Bar

Seek and Find in Coral Gables boasts a prohibition-inspired bar and lounge tucked away on the second floor of the popular local restaurant. Celebrate National Bourbon Day in style with Room 25’s extensive specialty menu including, of course, the Old Fashioned cocktail with a twist made with Woodford Reserve bourbon and Angostura and Regan’s orange

Better Brews at Veza Sur

Less than a decade ago, Marshall Hendrickson graduated college, packed his bags and jetted off to Colombia. As he worked to become fluent in Spanish, Hendrickson scored a job at Bogota Beer Co., bottling beer and cleaning kegs at the city’s first craft brewery. After a promotion to assistant brewer, Bogota Beer’s founder, Berny Silberwasser,

Father’s Day Special: Steakhouses and Cocktails

Forget the sleeve of Titleist Pro VI golf balls. Forget the throwback shaving brush kit. And, please, lose the tie. If you have to go all cliché this Father’s Day (June 16), ditch the wrapping paper and give Dad something he can sink his teeth into—like a little USDA Prime. Fortunately, for those of us

Miami Cocktail Co. grows beyond its South Florida roots

Chill, shake, and serve. With Miami Cocktail Co., that’s all it takes to sip and savor a gourmet cocktail in the comfort of your home. Think of the Wynwood-based business as a bartender in a bottle, where each cocktail blend—from mimosas to margaritas—is meticulously crafted with organic ingredients, like Florida grapefruit and Sicilian oranges. Created

Fresh-made margaritas at El Camino

When you hang your salt-rimmed glass on the kind of craft margaritas that El Camino creates, only the freshest ingredients make the cut. So, it should have come as no surprise to customers at the restaurant’s Delray Beach outpost a few years ago when the watermelon-jalapeño margarita quietly rotated off the menu for a brief

El Camino Delray Beach Kiwi mint margarita
Fresh Beets at Doc B’s

When Dustin Durrenberger entered the restaurant industry as a busboy, he had no idea that he would one day be a regional manager for a successful restaurant chain, helping to open six of its eight locations. While working as a bartender in Westmont, Illinois, he met Craig Bernstein, who became the owner and founder of

The Commodore Opens at The Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove

Inside The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, a vintage-inspired cocktail bar slings Manhattans, Negronis and elevated snacks. The dimly lit space, featuring floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, plush leather couches and a fireplace, feels more like a quintessential study room than one of Miami’s newest watering holes. But that’s the point. Located in one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods, The Commodore