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Savor innovation at local food station
Culture, Featured, Food

Savor innovation at local food station

Many restaurants force guests to make a choice between innovative, unusual food and more comfortable, predictable options. Station 5 Table and Bar discards this tradition, making innovation accessible and charming. This restaurant is a nearby option for students looking for a more sophisticated evening. The decor immediately puts you at ease.  Although spaces are slightly…

Haunted Hurricane bars are a spirited Homecoming treat
Culture, Food

Haunted Hurricane bars are a spirited Homecoming treat

Canes Kitchen Recipe: Hair-raising Hurricane bars Without the tell-tale signs of changing leaves and cooler temperatures, the only way to distinguish the fall season in Miami from any other is the emergence of pumpkin spice. From the classic Starbucks lattes to candy corn to even the unlikely vehicle of potato chips, people can’t get enough…

A Guide to International Cuisine
Culture, Food

A Guide to International Cuisine

The allure of a diverse and global college experience has drawn many students to the university, as it was ranked No. 1 in cultural diversity by The Princeton Review in 2011. While meeting people on campus who are from all around the world is a great way to gain from this experience, local restaurants provide…

Temple tackles vegan
Culture, Food

Temple tackles vegan

… Powered by Cincopa Video Streaming Hosting solution.Edge TempleThe Teriayki Firma Energy Pot, featuring homemade teriyaki sauce, pak choi, carrot, broccoli, bean sprouts, and sesame seeds, can be found at the new Temple Restaurant across from Sunset Place. Hallee Meltzer // Assistant Photo Editorcameramake Canonheight 800flash 16camerasoftware Adobe Photoshop CS6 originaldate 9/13/2014 7:24:12 PMwidth 1200orientation…

Daily dosings of Miami Spice
Culture, Featured, Food

Daily dosings of Miami Spice

If your week needs a little more spice, visit the city’s top restaurants through Miami Spice — an event serving a fixed, three-course meal at a tasty $23 for lunch and $39 for dinner. These dishes bring the flavors of Miami’s finest restaurants into a student’s budget.  So check out these suggestions for where to…

Here’s the Scoop
Culture, Featured, Food

Here’s the Scoop

As any UM student knows, Miami is scorching in the summertime. Even though an iced tea or coffee can help, sometimes the only thing that hits the spot is a big scoop of refreshing ice cream. Here are Edge’s top picks for the best chilled desserts around town. Azucar Ice Cream Company For a uniquely…

BBQ restaurant brings southern flavor near campus
Culture, Food

BBQ restaurant brings southern flavor near campus

The second Miami outpost of Brother Jimmy’s BBQ opened up at the Shops at Sunset Place this week. The barbecue chain already has a location in Miami’s Mary Brickell Village. The timing may seem inopportune, given that it’s the end of the semester, but all this really means is that students should head over for…

Kyojin features unlimited sushi
Culture, Food, Reviews

Kyojin features unlimited sushi

When you first walk into Kyojin Japanese Buffet, your expectations are immediately lowered.  In the outdated, poorly lit, dingy dining room, you notice only a few customers.  And then the big question hits you – was this a mistake? Perhaps you try to calm yourself and start off with soup.  How bad could soup be? …

Culture, Food

Ways to get a taste of the SoBe Wine and Food Festival

Gastronomes and wine snobs in South Florida are eager to experience the fast-approaching South Beach Wine and Food Festival, which is taking place Feb. 20 to Feb. 23 all across Miami Beach. But for the foodie procrastinators, which almost all college students are, it’s crunch time for purchasing a ticket. The Miami Hurricane has your…

Buns and Buns bakes, beautifies diverse bounty of bread
Culture, 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
Culture, 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
Culture, 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,…

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