ALIVE: Miami’s First Interactive Mural

March 19 In the heart of Coconut Grove is Miami’s first-ever interactive mural, a new addition to a community that is so historical and going through many changes. With the decrease in nightlife due to changes in alcohol laws and increase in construction due to what will be the new CocoWalk, ALIVE may be the Read More

Cocowalk’s transformation rolling forward

Written by Rebecca San Juan on March 12, 2019 Visionaries behind CocoWalk’s transformation say they are on track to debut the outdoor mall in the spring of 2020 as construction continues and tenant leases prove to be fruitful. The development team – the Comras Co., Grass River Property and Federal Realty Investment Trust – are adapting the Read More

Miami’s 13 Most Anticipated Restaurants and Bars, Spring 2019

What to look forward to this season by Olee Fowler@oleefowler  Mar 11, 2019, 9:00am EDT With Miami’s enviable weather, spring is the time to come be in South Florida and a slew of restaurant heavy hitters are coming our way this season including eateries from Brad Kilgore, Joël Robuchon, Michael Beltran and more. These are 13 restaurant Read More

The Ariete team is opening up a Cuban Diner in Coconut Grove

By Ryan Pfeffer Posted: Wednesday March 6 2019, 4:35pm For the last three years, Ariete has excelled as one of Coconut Grove’s most exciting restaurants. Led by chef Michael Beltran, the new American menu incorporates ingenuity with good ol’ fashion flavor—and a sprinkle of Cuban influences. It’s the sort of place this city needs more of. But we’re Read More

What is a ‘Cuban-American diner?’ Coconut Grove is about to find out

BY CARLOS FRÍAS |MARCH 06, 2019 10:12 AM, UPDATED MARCH 06, 2019 11:54 AM First they hooked you with pastelitos stuffed with fritas or peanut butter and jelly. Now they’re back to deliver more Cuban-American fusions. Chug’s is a new Cuban-American diner by the Little Havana-raised owner of Ariete, the three-year-old Coconut Grove restaurant with Read More

Grasshopper guacamole? Bone marrow tacos? They’re coming to CocoWalk’s new restaurant

BY BY CONNIE OGLE | MARCH 04, 2019 03:16 PM, UPDATED MARCH 05, 2019 03:35 PM It’s the beginning of the beginning: the soon-to-be new and improved CocoWalk has announced its first restaurant. Los Generales Mezcal & Grill is the first signed tenant for CocoWalk, which is undergoing a massive facelift. Leading the restaurant is a group of Read More


Pastelito Papi’s Giovanni Fesser is putting a nontraditional spin on the beloved Cuban pastries BY ALONA ABBADY MARTINEZ MARCH 4, 2019 Beaches and balmy weather aside, there’s nothing more synonymous with Miami than a Cuban pastelito. Spanish for “little pastry,” the pastelito is a flaky, turnover-like treat that can be sweet—typically filled with coconut, or guava and cream cheese, Read More

Annual Mad Hatter Arts Festival is drawing near

By: Bill Kress |March 4, 2019 The Mad Hatter Arts Festival celebrates its 14th season in Coconut Grove, Mar. 16-17, at The Barnacle Historic State Park and along the sidewalks of Main Highway. This juried event features artists with works in all types of media. For the young and not so young, the Mad Hatter Arts Festival Read More

WEDDINGS & EVENTS – Coconut Grove’s Most Romantic Wedding Location

A sanctuary in the exclusive waterfront enclave of Coconut Grove, the Mayfair at Coconut Grove offers the perfect backdrop for romantic Miami weddings, and special occasions. Celebrate the start of your new life together surrounded by Art Nouveau design elements and lush gardens. Our stunning outdoor venues offer a tranquil setting for your special day. Exchange Read More

All About ‘Top Chef’ Star Jeremy Ford’s Sophomore Miami Concept, Afishonado

You’ll be able to pull up to Ford’s forthcoming hotspot by boat. CLARISSA BUCH  | February 26, 2019 Stubborn Seed was never intended to be chef Jeremy Ford’s first solo restaurant. It was actually supposed to be his second. Originally, the Top Chef winner planned for a massive 200-seat rustic seafood concept in Coconut Grove to mark his foray into restaurant ownership. “Thank god that didn’t happen,” Read More

Proof Pizza, once a favorite in Midtown, finally finds its new home

BY CONNIE OGLE |FEBRUARY 25, 2019 03:17 PM, (UPDATED FEBRUARY 25, 2019 04:18 PM) Proof Pizza is back. The former Midtown favorite, which closed last year, has found a new and permanent home for its beloved pies and specialties – and its equally famous Proof burger. The new Proof will be housed inside Taurus Beer & Whiskey House Read More

Fireman Derek’s Is Set to Open a Location in Coconut Grove Next Week

CLARISSA BUCH | FEBRUARY 21, 2019 | 8:30AM Fireman Derek’s pies are coming to Coconut Grove. Next Friday, March 1, owner Derek Kaplan is expected to open the doors to his long-awaited second store, located on Main Highway. “We actually signed the lease in February 2018,” he says. “Everything always takes longer than anticipated, especially in Miami. We would have loved Read More

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