Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium
The Miami Museum of Science is a dedicated if small institution with exhibits ranging from weather phenomena to creepy crawlies, coral...
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
They call Miami the Magic City, and if it is, this Italian villa, the housing equivalent of a Fabergé egg, is its most fairy-tale...
Ermita de la Caridad
The Catholic diocese purchased some of the bayfront land from Deering’s Villa Vizcaya estate and built a shrine here for its displaced...
Casa Panza Bar
It doesn’t get cornier than this ‘authentic’ Spanish taverna where the live shows, flamenco dancers, Spanish guitarists and audience...
Pass the Penzoil please. We know it is cool to tuck restaurants into unassuming spots, but the Citgo station on SW 17th Ave? Really?...
Lonely Planet review
It takes a lot to stand out in Miami’s crowded tapas-spot stakes. Having a Basque-country butcher-and-baker-turned-hip interior is a good start. Bread that has a crackling crust and a soft center, delicate explosions of bacalao (cod) fritters and the best eels cooked in garlic we’ve ever eaten secures Xixon’s status as a top tapas contender. The bocadillo (sandwiches), with their blood-red Serrano ham and salty Manchego cheese, are great picnic fare. This place is a few miles north of the central Coconut Grove area.