Tips and Articles for Miami

Roy Zipstein

In the 1950s and 1960s, Biscayne Boulevard was an avenue of tropical dreams leading to downtown Miami, adorned with a slew of whimsical Jetson-esque... Read More

This year, the Bal Harbour Shops—the upscale, open-air shopping center in the Miami Beach suburb of Bal Harbour—is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary.... Read More

Momo Sushi Shack, which opened in 2010, has become a staple of the Bushwick life in Brooklyn, known for its top-notch sushi, vegetarian selections, and... Read More

Three years in the making, Los Fuegos will be a part of the much-anticipated Faena Hotel project and will open in November. (The other... Read More

The culinary circuit in mainland Miami is forever offering new terrain. In downtown Miami, the brand spanking new Golden Fig—a farmhouse cuisine... Read More

Miami Beach's hotel boom is raising the level of the dining scene with its latest contender, Byblos at The Royal Palm South Beach Miami, a Tribute... Read More

The ConceptEco-friendly digs with a luxury twist.The RoomEntry-level rooms start at a whopping 650 square-feet, which is massive for South Beach. Green... Read More

In July, Miami Beach becomes the international capitol of the swimwear industry: the annual rite of Miami Swim Week blends trade shows, runway glam—such... Read More

Through July 26, the 30th International Hispanic Theatre Festival—an annual event since 1986—is bringing some serious performances to Miami. Organized... Read More

Miami’s already a vacation destination, but this month, it ups the ante when it launches Spa Month, starting July 1. The annual citywide affair,... Read More

Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group, has announced that Miami will be the home port for his first cruise ship, set to sail in 2020. The... Read More

We all knew the Virgin Cruise Line was coming—mostly thanks to British businessman Richard Branson's announcement last December. Today, he shared... Read More

At 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach, a new era of star chef has arrived on Miami Beach—Tom Colicchio, of Craft restaurants fame. The Best New Restaurant... Read More

Miami is a world of water, ideally suited for the annual Miami Underwater Festival, running this weekend at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of... Read More

Miami’s become a launch pad for international hotel companies introducing new brands, and the first hotel in Starwood’s new Tribute Portfolio brand... Read More

More than ten years ago, the James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein and her husband/partner David Martinez opened Michy’s, a cozy restaurant... Read More

Lately, new hotels in South Beach are as common as celebrity sightings. The neighborhood is in the midst of yet another boom period, and this week,... Read More

This week American Express launched its fifth Centurion Lounge at Miami International Airport—an 8,000-square-foot refuge created exclusively for its... Read More

You probably already know the worst airports for delays. They’ve been the same for years: Newark, LaGuardia JFK and San Francisco.When the government... Read More

The success of Art Basel is proof that Miami never met an art party it didn’t like, and the aesthetic afterglow of last week’s events—the Pritzker... Read More

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced the line-up for “Cruise to the Edge”—the brand’s annual music festival at sea—which is set to hit the water on... Read More

Calling all Soul Cycle fanatics: the indoor cycling giant is setting up shop at Miami Beach’s brand new 1 Hotel South Beach, set smack dab on... Read More

If you’ve ever waited in line for an hour outside Surf Lodge or Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk, Rob McKinley is to blame. We’re kidding, of course—but it’s... Read More

Can an enigmatic Argentine, a pantheon of starchitects, a Hollywood director, and $1 billion cement Miami as the culturati’s ultimate playground? Alan... Read More

The hippest hotels now have juice bars. Kimpton is serving fresh-pressed blends at its U.S. properties. Miami’s Metropolitan by Como specializes in an... Read More

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