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Get whisked away by the latest local taste

Some say bigger is better, and in the case of Whisk Gourmet Food & Catering this rings true. The lucky ones who experienced their tiny location on Le Jeune are thrilled the owners made the move to a bigger space near Sunset. Once only a place to grab lunch or an early dinner on weekdays, Whisk now features expanded hours and is even serving up food on Saturdays. With these new changes, my roommate said, “We’re going to get so fat this semester!”

Spain comes to Midtown
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Spain comes to Midtown

Everyone knows there are thousands of ways to make a sandwich. While it is impossible for one restaurant to offer every combination, 100 Montaditos Cervecería comes pretty close. This Spanish import recently opened its first United States location in the Shops at Midtown and will soon service a second location in South Beach. Bringing Madrid…

An average Asian alternative
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An average Asian alternative

A swanky movie theatre, frozen yogurt shops and trendy boutiques line the streets of Coconut Grove. It seems like the only thing missing is a place to get a far east fix. Fortunately, the owners of the new restaurant CocoWok caught on and are now satisfying sweet and sour cravings any time of day.

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Ring showcases justice, love, revenge

The ancient Greek play “Lysistrata” opens Wednesday and alternates with the modern comedy “Big Love” until February 27th. Both shows touch on timeless themes of justice, revenge and the ultimate power of love.

Miami mobile munchies
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Miami mobile munchies

Sit down restaurants are so 2010, this year it is all about food trucks. These on-the-go vendors are invading Miami and setting up camp at a parking lot near you. Follow them on Twitter or Facebook to find their location for the day then head over for some great grub.

Get Whisked away
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Get Whisked away

Once only a place to grab lunch or an early dinner on weekdays, Whisk now features expanded hours and is even serving up food on Saturdays.

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