Tough Choices: Bikini Body Or Miami Spice Body
by Sep Niakan | June 22, 2015
It’s time to rejoin to your local run club in full force and do so in a hurry. Miami Spice is just around the corner. And the official Miami Spice kick-off event, the 2015 Iron Fork, has been scheduled to take place on the 30th of July, giving you a taste of what lies ahead.
Presented by the Downtown Miami Development Authority in partnership with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, the eighth annual event is going to be feistier, spicier and grander than its previous editions. With more than 75 of South Florida’s finest and most luxurious restaurants participating, expect the most tantalizing fare to be at play.
The Iron Fork makes its return to the Hyatt Regency Miami to give you a sampling of the restaurants participating in Miami Spice. With an event this size, one venue wasn't enough. That's why the James L Knight Center has been chosen to co-host. Expect the likes of 26 Sushi & Tapas, Antica Roma Trattoria, J&G Grill, Novecento, Siena Tavern, Tantalize Miami, Texas de Brazil, Tokyo Blue Miami and Uvaggio Wine Bar to serve up their most delectable creations.
And of course, this year two of Miami’s hottest chefs will have a go at each other under famed Chef Allen Susser’s watchful eye. The winner will be honored with the coveted Iron Fork Award. You can also share the love by participating in the silent auction supporting the ‘No Kid Hungry’ campaign by ‘Share Our Strength’ and get a chance to win the grand prize.
While VIP tickets start at $70, entailing an early bird entry and access to the VIP bar and lounge, the GA tickets begin at $40. Make sure to hurry and book in advance. Prices will be hiked after June 15.
Photo credit: miaminewtimes.com
by Sep Niakan | January 12, 2017
According to thenextmiami, a petition involving a 15 by 75 feet alley has sparked speculations that a brand new hotel could be coming to Edgewater. Why? Simply because this alley comes attached to a 7,875 sq. ft. plot located at 348 Northeast 20...
by Sep Niakan | January 09, 2017
Ever tried driving from Brickell to Downtown Miami for lunch? Most Miamians dread the thought of catching the dreaded drawbridge, which opens every hour or half-hour during non-curfew hours to allow river traffic to pass under. So what’s...
by Sep Niakan | January 08, 2017
Last year’s headlines weren’t too kind to Miami with hurricanes, Zika warnings and falling sales painting a dark picture. However, with the elections finally done with, there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about 2017: 1. ...
by Sep Niakan | December 28, 2016
We all know Wynwood as the friendly, hipster neighborhood splashed with the best street art in the world. It’s where we all go for our art fix, browse far-out finds and linger around for a couple of craft beers. But, how about shopping,...