Colorful graffiti, the word “OPEN” in neon lights, and Latin music greet visitors to Cha Cha Chicken, giving off a beach vibe like you’d expect to find in Cuba.
A.C.´s Icees has been an institution for frozen lemonade for almost four decades. Located in Coconut Grove´s Kennedy Park, the white truck with the fancy lettering on the outside is open from Monday to Sunday, every week, every month, 365 days a year.
During our regular visits to our production facility and other business partners in Asia, we get to know new features of this impressive culture every time we visit. Fortunately, we discovered the restaurant chain “Din Tai Fung” during one of our first visits and return to this magic food place again and again!
Take your time and enjoy. Behind the name “Toni’s Sushi” hides authentic, fresh, Asian cuisine. American cuisine may…
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Where Alton Road and 16th Street meet, a vertically mounted luminous sign can be found in front of the entrance to one of the hippest places in Miami: Bodega. One can only imagine what is hiding behind its façade.
Puerto Sagua was the first Cuban restaurant in Miami – and it still has the reputation of being one of the best Miami has to offer.