Macarons and Mayhem Travel Guide: Miami

Since I can’t travel to Miami Beach this week as planned, thought I would at least share with you some of my annual favorite haunts- a virtual visit if you will. While Brickell used to be home, I can’t resist staying on the beach. It’s also a testament that these spots have stayed during the constant revolving door of the Miami scene.


A few of the desserts from brunch at Edge.


Drinks at Sugar.


  • Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita– Fun rooftop and restaurant in the heart of Brickell. Decent food and very affordable.
  • Edge– amazing champagne brunch at The Four Seasons
  • Jaya– Refined Asian fusion with excellent tasting menus
  • Lucali– delicious chewy, crusted pizza of the NY outpost
  • Ola– incredible seafood heavy Latin fare on the beach
  • Prime 112 – See and be seen while eating a steak
  • Pubbelly Sushi Miami Beach– Delightful small plates in a neighborhood haunt. Great for sharing and staying awhile.
  • Zuma– Fantastic Asian fusion on the river and in the Epic hotel. Everything on this menu is beyond delicious.




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