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What to do on a Rainy Day in Miami

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EL TUCAN

You’re probably very excited to be in Sunny Miami, there’s just one problem. It’s pouring rain. As much as we would love to change the weather, sadly we cannot. Believe it or not there are still plenty of things you can do in Miami when there is no sunshine. Here are a few suggestions that… Read more »

Sabor Peru – Taste Peru (right here in Miami!)

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Everyday in Miami, visitors and residents can discover the tastes of Peru in delicious restaurants scattered throughout Miami’s neighborhoods. Our favorite is Chalan on the Beach, for an authentically delicious meal at a great price. But, for one weekend, Sabor Peru Gastronomic Festival promises to be this year’s premiere foodie festival. This unique event will… Read more »

Miami Food Tours Gift Guide

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Sure, there’s the I’M IN MIAMI B**** t-shirts that can be picked up at the plethora of tourist shops dotting Washington & Collins Avenues, but there are classier “Miami Beach” t-shirts that Miami Food Tours’ crew would like to suggest from a lovely boutique frankie. on Purdy Avenue. We’ve compiled a list of our recommendations… Read more »

Learn to Cook Like a Wok Star! (Miami Cooking Class)

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Discovering tasty asian vegetables!

Follow Eleanor Hoh “the Wokstar” on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, and your mouth will be drooling over her beautifully sumptuous wok meals. Photos of colorful veggies and plump meats, perfectly seared, always had me drooling! Her promise of 30-minute weeknight meals had me wondering and hoping, that I too could become a Wokstar! The last… Read more »

Off-the-Beaten-Path Shopping in Miami

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Lincoln Road is a glorious pedestrian-only Avenue filled with shops & restaurants. For about a decade it was full of unique, locally owned shops where you could find fashionable, funky and fun items. You still can find all of these on Lincoln Road from the few local stores left like Books & Books, but you’ll… Read more »