We pulled up to the parking lot at Versailles and saw the line of people waiting outside but to our surprise the hostess said the wait would only be 10 minutes. And that was about right, we were... more
plenty of choices, Sunny Isle is the northern part of the intracoastal , going further south and you are in south beach, Miami Beach. Your area is a lot more calm.
you are in prime time there , but... more
This is a new branch of a NYC BBQ place which also has a couple of Caribbean locations. They have reasonable price drinks and meals and you can order on-line. BJ's BBQ Burger $10.75
Brunswick Stew... more
I ve been to the restaurant a couple of times with my family last year before the renovation but this was my boyfriends first time going there. After making a reservation a week and a half in advance... more
Depending on the hotel you may be staying at, dining there could get pricey. At the Intercontinental Hotel in downtown it's not cheap. So, venturing out to have breakfast would save me a few bucks.... more
To call this chinese food is an insult to the billion chinese.. it is a stirfry place, fast food with young cooks throw things into a wok and put some oil and viola.. food is ready.. has a metallic... more
You have to dine in 1 of the hotest spot in town. Not only is this a restaurant but a club during the night. It even has a mini casino occupying an area of the restaurant. Burgers and Fries.....so... more
If you're looking for Mexican food, this is the place to go. Friendly atmosphere and good food, a great combination to have a nice time. (I recommend):
QUESADILLA - Two flour tortillas... more
On December 16, 2001, we ate at Bayside, but I don't remember exactly where. I think it was at the International Food Court on the second deck after which we got ice cream at Edy's and strolled back... more
A quaint little Peruvian restaurant nestled off Brickell on SW 3rd Ave, is the home of "El Senorial" where you can find a great and affordable meal. Good service, good food, El Senorial will tantalize... more
Since we have a daughter who is an AA pilot and a SIL and grandchildren that have lived in the Miami area since 1992 (before Andrew), we are there a lot. When we fly down to the Caribbean or Central...
the area around modern day miami was originally inhabited by the tequesta native american tribe about 1,000 years ago. the miami area was claimed for spain in 1566 by pedro menendez de aviles. spanish...
For some people it's the beaches and the great weather...
For others, endless night of the best party scene in the world...
For me it was the begining of a long journey...
... where my dreams started...