November 24, 2014 | by Carla Torres
With all the exhibits to see and parties to attend, you’re bound to need a cocktail (or five) to keep your spirits high during Miami's biggest event of the year. Here, we bring you four works of art that come in a glass in honor of Art Basel Miami Beach.
According to mixologist Rob Ferrara, the average person has probably never had a proper piña colada—meaning, one that's hand-shaken and made with fresh pineapple. It's time to change that. Swing by The Rum Line, the Caribbean-inspired alfresco hideaway perched on the terrace of the Loews St. Moritz Tower. His handcrafted chef d'oeuvre mixes Bacardi Superior and Caña Brava Rum with local coconut water from Coconut Cartel, pineapple, lime, and tiki bitters in a glass that's wrapped in banana leaves and garnished with an orchid. 1601 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, 305-695-0110 >>Read More
November 21, 2014 | by Lane Nieset
Your Art Basel social calendar might already be packed with parties, but you'll need to take a break eventually; we suggest fueling up between events at these five spots.
Tapas All Day at SHIKANY
Leche de tigre crispy pork belly.
SHIKANY in Wynwood is switching up its schedule during Art Basel by opening for lunch with a full tapas menu and continuing through to dinner at 5:30 p.m., with three- and six-course prix-fixe tasting menus. There’ll be 10-12 small plates daily, with options like leche de tigre crispy pork belly, citrus duck confit, foie lollipops, and an oyster flight—let the midday cravings begin. 251 N.W. 25th St., Miami, 305-573-0690 >>Read More
November 19, 2014 | by Cynthia Correa
Having a hand-rolled cigar with a stiff drink is one of the best ways to relax after a huge holiday feast—and an excuse to step outside for a few precious moments of silence. To help enhance your experience, we've paired up popular spirits with the perfect smoke.
Glenlivet is a favorite among scotch drinkers and a natural pairing for a vibrant cigar like Ashton Virgin Sun Grown. The spirit’s complex palate with hints of honey and walnut are balanced by Ashton VSG’s bold espresso notes layered with dark chocolate—a match for the full, yet sweet single malt. >>Read More
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