Articles by sroxborough

Fiamma | An Italian Restaurant in Miami Beach

April 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Miami Beach’s dining scene is has become a trendy hot spot, thanks to an influx of talented chefs from the Big Apple, Europe and beyond. And last month, South Beach added another feather to its culinary cap with the opening of Fiamma Gastronomia Italiana in January. At first glance, Fiamma, with...

Miami Wine Bars | Bin Number 18 and W Wine Bistro

Miami Wine Bars | Bin Number 18 and W Wine Bistro April 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Today in New York City, it seems, a new wine bar opens every other week. So, it should come as no surprise that the march of the wine bar has spread throughout the country. Miami isn’t the Big Apple, but the Magic City hasn’t been immune to the trend that has its roots in the Italian mold...

Where’s the Beef? At Miami’s Best Steakhouse | Prime 112

April 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Despite the trend of eating light and curbing red meat consumption, America’s carnivorous side remains alive and well. Across the country night after night, steakhouse parking lots are jammed-packed as patrons crowd into shrines of beef. The Miami area is no exception. Whether classic clubby,...

Looking for Child-Friendly Miami Restaurant? Here’s One.

April 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
It goes without saying that traveling with youngsters can be challenging. Feeding them while on vacation even more so. And with a reputation as an all-out adult playground, Miami isn’t exactly known as a place filled with restaurants that roll out the red carpet to families with children. Even...

Affordable Hotels in Miami and South Beach

April 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Hotels in Miami and South Beach are expensive, period. So what chance do travelers on a budget have of making a cost-effective South Florida vacation a reality? A really good one, if you stay away from the area’s posh digs. With some persistence and a little know-how, you can find affordable accommodations...

Traveling to Miami the Fort Lauderdale Way

April 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Miami International Airport, which services scores or domestic and international carriers, is only about seven miles from downtown Miami and roughly ten miles from its beaches, making it a convenient way to reach South Florida. The trouble is, as one of the world’s busiest and most chaotic airports—it’s...

Need a Lift? Get Free Taxi Service in South Beach

April 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Who doesn’t enjoy getting something for nothing, especially in a town where grabbing a cab means shelling out enough to pay for a nice restaurant meal. Faced with the reality of a pricey, traffic-choked Miami Beach taxi ride or nightmare parking, some people opt instead to call on Swoop, a free-of-charge...

A Free Night at the Four Seasons Hotel Miami

A Free Night at the Four Seasons Hotel Miami March 25, 2011 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
The Four Seasons Miami, the local outpost of the hotel chain known for offering uncomprimising luxury to executives and international travelers—elegant rooms, personalized service and top-tier amenities—is offering guests who stay two nights a third night free. Located in the city’s central...

Plum Miami | A New Luxury Lifestyle Magazine Debuts

Plum Miami | A New Luxury Lifestyle Magazine Debuts March 11, 2011 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Plum TV, a cable television station that produces luxury lifestyle programming, has launched a new magazine called Plum Miami, a print spin-off of its local content. Targeting affluent residents of Miami Beach and the rest of South Florida, the glossy’s 240-page premiere issue features actress...

Visit Cuba Before It Changes Forever

Visit Cuba Before It Changes Forever February 28, 2011 | What's New | Read More
So You Want to Travel to Cuba. Join the Club! Think of Cuba and certain images come to mind: men in Guayabera shirts and Panama hats, tropical breezes and cool drinks, steamy Latin rhythms and hand-rolled cigars. Long seen as a threatening but enticing land ruled by a dictator, Cuba is a place that is...