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Where to dine in Doral (it’s not all chain restaurants anymore)

Years ago, dining in Doral meant driving out to 87th Avenue to pick from one of a handful of chain restaurants. There was a Chili’s (that continues to operate), a Hooters, a Miami Subs Grill (which has since closed), and a few other mom and pop spots hidden in strip malls. Read more...

Pisco y Nazca Gastrobar
5 New Reasons to Get Excited About Pisco y Nazca Gastrobar

This past December, the top-notch team at Pisco y Nazca Gastrobar {8405 Mills Drive #260, Kendall; 305.630.3844} hopped on a plane to Peru to immerse themselves in the culture of the region, and they brought some of it back for us to experience, too. Read more...

Brimstone Restaurant
Brimstone Woodfire Grill to Open at CityPlace Doral

Brimstone Woodfire Grill is opening its first Miami-Dade location at CityPlace Doral this week, one of 20 eateries set to launch at the new mixed-use retail complex located at 3450 NW 83rd Ave. It joins restaurants such as Cooper's Hawk Winery, Baires Grill, and the Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern. Read more...

Lunch Deal
Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Poke Bowls, a Lunch Deal, and Brew House Rock

Take the edge off the workweek with a visit to Doral's Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market for a build-your-own poke bowl or a quick drink during happy hour. If you're closer to South Beach, visit Tanuki. The Asian restaurant has launched a hearty $23 lunch menu as well as happy hour. Read more...

Bulla Gastrobar
July 2016 Miami Restaurant Openings and Closings

Miami summers are challenging for the local restaurant industry, with small eateries typically finding it difficult to stay afloat until high season. Many restaurants survive by the skin of their teeth, relying on themed dinners and the Miami Spice program, which runs August 1 through September 30 for much-needed business.Read more...

Bulla Gastrobar
13 Absolutely Killer BBQ Spots in Miami

Miami’s barbecue scene is as diverse as its cultures, with Southern-style slow-roasted meats, the open-fire parrilla delights of South America, grill-your-own Korean specialties, Japanese-style coal-fired robata, and plenty more finger-licking-good options from which to choose. And because nothing says summer like good ol' ‘cue, we’ve rounded up The Magic City's 13 best spots.Read more...

Bulla Gastrobar
A peek at the new Bulla Gastrobar in Doral

The owners of popular Coral Gables tapas spot Bulla Gastrobar have expanded to the booming Doral area. Diego Solano, Regional Chef for Centurion Restaurant Group (Bulla's parent) presides over the menu while Bulla Doral's executive chef, Miguel Rebolledo, helms the kitchen.Read more...

Dragon Fly Restaurant
Doral's Dragonfly Is a Bug You'll Want to Catch and Keep

If braving traffic and burning gas is your thing, add Doral's sprawling Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market, which opened in April, to your list of restaurants to commute to. The Japanese small-plates spot is part of an ambitious, billion-dollar effort by developers Codina Partners and Lennar Commercial to turn the western enclave from one of wide roads, housing developments, and strip malls into a trendy village. Read more...

The Six Best Doral Lunch Spots
South Florida's Restaurant Scene Sizzles with the Launch of the 5th Annual 'Taste of Doral'

Doral, FL (Restaurant News Release) South Florida foodies now have an open invitation to take a gastronomical exploration through the city of Dora Read more...

The Six Best Doral Lunch Spots
The Six Best Doral Lunch Spots: Goat, Sushi, and Everything in Between

Don't spend another half-hour eating lunch at your desk and fading under the office's fluorescent lighting as a computer screen melts your eyes out of their sockets. Grab your keys and get outside. Feel that? It's the sun. Finally, your body is getting the vitamin D it's been craving for weeks. You may not have much time, so make the most of it. This is Doral, and you'll have to be strategic. Jump into the car and open the sun roof to let in more of that sunshine. Don't be distracted by the panoply of chain restaurants like Hooters, Chili's, and the Ale House. Avert your eyes. Doral has some of the city's best lunch spots if you know where to look. Read more...

Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market
Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market

Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market opens its third location in Florida — its first in South Florida — inside Downtown Doral at 5241 NW 87th Avenue. The restaurant, which has quite the following in Gainesville and Orlando, is housed in a 6,000-square-foot space featuring both a main dining room and a traditional fish market that is modeled after the famous Tsukiji Fish Market in Japan.

Inspired by traditional izakayas Dragonfly features a bevy of Japanese comfort food-inspired dishes like Japanese seafood pancakes with shrimp, octopus and squid; garlic blue crab fried rice; neck-to-tail chicken tastings menu, and plenty of seafood and traditional sushi rolls. Read more...

Venezolanas Food
5 Mejores arepas para un almuerzo venezolano en Doral

En el Doral se encuentran algunos de los mejores restaurantes con ofertas auténticamente venezolanas.

En Amaize usted puede crear la arepa de su sueño con su oferta CYO (Create Your Own).

La comida de Bocas Grill es una fusión de platos latinos con una amplia selección de arepas rellenas o arepas especiales

Cuando le pregunté a mi colega Beatriz, venezolana al acecho de la buena comida de su país en Miami, cuáles eran los mejores restaurantes con ofertas auténticamente de Venezuela, me respondió al instante: “Olvídate de los Arepazos”, y me entregó una lista de 15 nombres. Como la mayoría se encontraba en Doral –¿dónde mejor, no?– me ocupé de probar las arepas de estos, y de ese recorrido salen las sugerencias. Read more...

Brother Power - Chefs
Brother Power: la fórmula de éxito para algunos de los mejores restaurantes del mundo

No sólo el recién calificado como “el mejor restaurante del mundo” es un proyecto de hermanos: la línea sanguínea se derrama en otros templos gastronómicos en varios horizontes geográficos. Read more...

Tank Brewing Company
Craft breweries populating Doral

An orange Abraham Lincoln riding an old-timey bicycle peeks over rush-hour traffic on Bird Road and catches your eye from the east side of the Palmetto Expressway with one bold, mouthwatering word against the jet-black building: “Brewery.”

Down there, at the entrace to the Bird Road Arts District on Southwest 41st Street, the equal-part owners of Lincoln’s Beard Brewery sweat through their T-shirts amid wet paint and polyurethane vapors wafting through the open doors as they put the finishing touches on their shared dream.

“Miami’s neighborhood brew pub: That’s what we want to be,” said head brewer John Falco, one of six owners — most of them ex-military at Doral’s U.S. Southern Command — who are betting on beer. “This is my dream.” Read more...

Miami International Mall
Three New Dining Concepts Come to Miami International Mall

On your next shopping trip to Miami International Mall you'll have more dining options at your disposal. The Doral mall has added two new food options in the recent months, with one more on its way.

First up is Tiramisu Academy Milano, which offers up a bunch of different varieties of tiramisu desserts like ones made with strawberries, dulce de leche and salted orange carmel, that will "please the pickiest of eaters." Read more...

Downtown Doral
Stellino’s | Downtown Doral

Stellino’s Trattoria & Bar opened in Downtown Doral, marking the first restaurant to open at the mixed-use project. The owner of Sal’s Italian Ristorante opened Stellino’s at 8550 Northwest 53rd Street.

Koniver Stern Group’s Mickey Finkle and Arthur Shifrin represented the landlord, while Andrew Guzik of Real Estate Wealth Advisors represented Stellino’s. The 15-year lease is for 4,109 square feet, Guzik told The Real Deal.  Read more...