If you are feeling nostalgic in New York: Petite Abeille has been bringing Belgian Cuisine to NYC since 1995. It serves Belgian classics like mussels and traditional Belgian fries, in a great atmosphere. We celebrated the Belgian National day here, in great company!
Brickell has basically become the city centre of Miami. It’s at the same time the busy financial district, but also a diverse neighbourhood with great shopping and dining. It’s the lack of uptight-edness that makes it a unique place to visit.
Miami Beach Art Basel
It’s the American branch of the renowned Art Basel festival, where leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa show significant work from the masters of Modern and contemporary art, as well the new generation of emerging stars.
Nothing beats a rooftop bar!! When in Miami: check out Sugar, the sleek 40th floor bar of the East Miami hotel. Enjoy the Brickell skyline while munching on world cuisine inspired tapas.
Morimoto Asia, Orlando
Believe it or not, Morimoto Asia is located in the Disney World! It serves creative Asian dishes, while keeping with the traditions and authenticity of Asian dining. The architecture of the place is stunning. Worth checking out!
The Standard Miami Beach
When in Miami: stay at the opulent hotel “The Standard”, famous for it’s spa. This hotel has everything, from beach proximity, beautifully designed rooms (some with terrace hot tubs!), to a dreamy infinity swimming pool. It’s all about enjoying water in all its glory.
It’s Miami, it’s Japan, it’ stunning and chill and delicious! We highly recommend Zuma Miami, and it’s modern take on Japanese cuisine! And, if you grow tired of the beach, take a bite with Miami river views instead.
Hillstone Coral Gables
When in Miami… We never miss a visit to Hillstone in Coral Gables. It’s an old school restaurant with a great atmosphere, serving food as it should be. Ordering ribs is a must!
When in Miami, do not miss CVI.CHE 105. It serves traditional Peruvian dishes with a modern twist, super cool presentation, and it’s simply a great, chill place to dine. Most of all, it’s a trendy, delicious, reasonably priced seafood restaurant in South Beach.
Miami Beach Spa
If you ask us – every day should be like this!! Beautiful seaside hotel and a glorious spa: The Standard, Miami. Part recovery center, part hydrotherapy playground, part new-age ashram: it reimagines the modern spa experience.
Juvia is one of more recent Miami hotspots worth checking out. Why? Well – the retractable roof for one! It is really pricy, the bill may make you dizzy, but so will the views.
If you’re into cooking – you’ll fall in love with Williams Sonoma stores. You can find them all over the US, and they are an absolute foodies heaven with every kitchen item, utensil, tool, appliance, gadget, under the sun – besides being a massive foodie community.
Lincoln Road is a must. It’s a no-traffic shopping road built during the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s – the booming years of the South Beach, featuring real American Art Deco. Here you’ll find non-mall shops, and lots of cool places to eat drink & hang.
Man’s best friend supplies and Truman’s favorite store in Miami: PetSmart. It not only has everything you need for your pet, but also offers services like grooming and daycare.
Prime One Twelve
When in Miami, you must have STEAK @ Prime One Twelve! It’s the meat lover’s paradise, serving revamped classics with an amazing meat selection and truly trendy, forward cuisine.
Village of Merrick Park
For the Miami shopping experience, visit the Village of Merrick Park, a beautiful park-like open air mall – a hotspot for shopping, dining and just chilling.