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Buns and Buns bakes, beautifies diverse bounty of bread
Edge, Food

Buns and Buns bakes, beautifies diverse bounty of bread

“This, sir, is not a sandwich shop,” proclaims the menu of the new restaurant, Buns and Buns, which recently opened across the street from Sunset Place. The “breadery” focuses on offering  customers an affordable gourmet-dining experience. The owners named the restaurant Buns and Buns after traveling the world and noticing each country had a unique…

Traditional American fare served with a twist
Edge, Food

Traditional American fare served with a twist

  Shake Shack and Five Guys burgers are great and convenient burger joints, but one of the best places to indulge in mouth-watering brisket and short rib burger patties in Coral Gables is Pincho Factory. American favorites meet culinary creativity at this restaurant, whose name derives from the Spanish word for “skewer.” Unique menu items,…

Mixt’s blend of cultures thrives with clear, natural flavors
Edge, Food

Mixt’s blend of cultures thrives with clear, natural flavors

When you first hear the concept of Mixt, the new restaurant off Sunset Drive, you can’t help but be dubious. Peruvian and Japanese cuisines, at first glance, do not seem to be obviously compatible. However, both feature raw or at least nontraditionally prepared fish (ceviche and sushi, respectively) and place a strong emphasis on clear,…

Eating House serves modern, zesty options for lunch
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Eating House serves modern, zesty options for lunch

serve it up: Eating House sous-chef Adriana “Lip” Egozcue prepares tacos with her own Sra. Lip’s salsa. Baja tacos are served for lunch in a casual red basket on a tray. Eating House, the modern restaurant that has earned a following from local foodies, now offers a lunch you eat with your hands to make…

Last-minute guide to enjoy Miami Spice
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Last-minute guide to enjoy Miami Spice

[imagebrowser id=1] [fresh_divider style=”solid”] Looking for a good meal on a budget? Take advantage of the last couple weeks of Miami Spice, which ends Sept. 30. The event hosts more than 150 restaurants and offers participants prix fixe, three-course meals for prices ranging between $19 and $39. Here are The Miami Hurricane’s top four spots…

Coral Gables blossoms as culinary center
Community, Edge, Food

Coral Gables blossoms as culinary center

Consider our off-campus food options and your thoughts might not go much further than T.G.I. Friday’s, Gables Pizza & Salad, and Bagel Emporium. But UM students are lucky that campus is located in Coral Gables, not a nutritionless fast-food wasteland that is a true college town. While South Beach is South Florida’s culinary capital, Coral…

Community, Edge, Food

Festival fills the need for beer

Nothing is worse than the repetitive weekends downing watery Natty Light, but where is a beer enthusiast supposed to go for a good time in Miami? On Saturday, beer aficionados will have the opportunity to sample craft spring and summer beers at SPRUNG! Beer Festival in Peacock Park. The festival is by the same producers…

Tomato toss takes over Tobacco Road
Community, Edge, Food

Tomato toss takes over Tobacco Road

                  (Photos by Cayla Nimmo) If you went to Tobacco Road in Brickell on Saturday and weren’t armed with giant scuba goggles or a mask, you ran the risk of being splattered by a flying tomato. Hundreds of people gathered at Miami’s oldest bar for two very…

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Pad Thai offers savory alternative

University of Miami residents will do anything to avoid the monotonous dining hall food, typically turning to Miami’s Best or Power Pizza. Why limit yourself to cheese, bread and sauce when you could experience the taste of Thailand with one of the country’s coveted traditions – pad Thai. Check out the top three locations to…

Edge, Food

Out of time for Valentine’s Day

It’s a month into the semester and we’re all busy. No one blames you. But even if you forget Thursday is Valentine’s Day, it isn’t too late to pull out all the last-minute stops. Just pretend you wanted to celebrate this weekend and make it a date night. Here are five suggestions for wooing your…

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