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A.C.’s Icees Celebrates 40 Years

A.C.’s Icees Celebrates 40 Years

Emma Vela, highlights contributor

February 25, 2019


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A.C.’s Icees has been serving the perfect refresher after a long walk in Coconut Grove’s Kennedy Park for 40 years now. The white truck painted with an unmistakable wild-haired, bearded Allan Cohen is parked at the front of the park every day from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. On most days, Cohen wakes up at...

Fairchild’s Night Gardens Light Up the Holidays

Fairchild’s Night Gardens Light Up the Holidays

Gregoire Winston, highlights contributor

January 7, 2019


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As the fall season comes to a close and the winter festivities are taking shape, Fairchild Tropical Gardens in Coral Gables is propelling a fresh initiative, one that will run through the Holiday seasons— its very own Night Gardens. This compilation of hazy fog, mystical music and surreal holograms pro...

Caffeine cravings

Caffeine cravings

Natalia Pallas, highlights contributor

December 7, 2018


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Cruising Calle Ocho may cause one to miss the small coffee shop that packs a big punch. Situated on a large, colorful lot with ample outdoor seating, Old Station Cafe captures the aroma of coffees from Latin America.        Walking into Old Station Cafe, one immediately senses a blend of exoti...

Rolling out trendy cuisine

Rolling out trendy cuisine

Ava Lederman, Staff Writer

November 20, 2018


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Sushi Kong, located on 3000 Coral Way, brings flavor and decor to another level at its under the radar location in Coral Gables. This Japanese-Latin fusion, opened in late 2016, is a modern take on cuisine with its Instagram-worthy products. While the outside may fool some with it’s simplistic appearanc...

The food hall craze

The food hall craze

Sara Ebrahimi, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


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Food halls have captivated Miami’s culinary community. Their trendy and approachable environments allow for less developed vendors to establish their identities and become more popular. Social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook have sparked popularity among different food halls by sharing...

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center: a secret weapon for saving our beaches

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center: a secret weapon for saving our beaches

Alma Martinez, highlights contributor

October 7, 2018


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For years, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center (MSDBNC) has been educating the future generations on the importance of ocean conservation. Located in the heart of Biscayne Bay near Miami Seaquarium and founded by Marjory Stoneman Douglas, a conservationist who advocated against th...

Ironside: A hidden gem worth the trip

Ironside: A hidden gem worth the trip

Isabella Villarroel, highlights contributor

October 7, 2018


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With its original iron framed doors, Ironside stands in the very same walls that accommodated an old iron factory situated along the railroad running across the historic neighborhood of Palm Grove. This diverse and artsy urban center for tourists and locals alike is home to approximately 70 luxury inde...

Shipped in Sushi

Shipped in Sushi

Alma Martinez, highlights contributor

September 18, 2018


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For many, having their dinner arrive on a miniature Japanese fishing boat may not have made it onto their bucket list; however, Sushy Lucy’s floating boats are definitely worth saving a spot. Though the fluorescent lights and hole-in-the-wall feel may not look like much from the outside, diml...

Sit Back, Relax, and Play

Sit Back, Relax, and Play

Thomas Morcillo, highlights contributor

August 22, 2018


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Nestled in a nondescript shopping center past  Florida International University’s (FIU) Modesto A. Maidique Campus, Mac and Chess offers a different type of dining experience centered around enjoying time with friends and family. For $5, the self-described “board game cafe,” located at 12486 ...

Fireman Derek’s Pies are on Fire!

Fireman Derek’s Pies are on Fire!

Alexandra Torres, highlights contributor

May 1, 2018


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Located in the heart of Wynwood, Fireman Derek’s colorful, brick building with “Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop & Cafe” carefully hand-painted across the front, blends in with Wynwood’s infamous graffitied walls and artsy dynamic. From across the street, a flashing neon sign of a red fireman prot...

The European Corner Brings Venezuelan Treats

The European Corner Brings Venezuelan Treats

Alfredo Wolfermann, highlights contributor

February 14, 2018


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Even before entering the locale, the scent of baking bread, cachitos and tequeños sifts through the air. The mouth-watering tastes of Latin-American treats lie within. Located just a few blocks from Sunset Place at 5889 SW 73rd St., European Corner Miami is a local bakery and restaurant that has been open since 1993.

Taiyaki Takes Over Miami

Taiyaki Takes Over Miami

Alexandra Torres, highlights contributor

January 18, 2018


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Taiyaki NYC brings a classic Japanese treat to the U.S. and combines it with soft-serve ice cream for the perfect combination.

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