5 Delicious Juices to Start Up Your End-of-Summer Cleanse

August 18, 2014 | by Christine Borges

These juices and smoothies from Miami's best health food destinations will refresh and rejuvenate—and in some cases, cleanse and detox the body—after too much summer fun. 

JugoFresh Juices

Miami's cold-pressed juice mecca JugoFresh has a summer menu with tasty, everyday options, from the spicy Gazpacho Rosa with ingredients like watermelon, tomato, red onion, and garlic, to the veggie-centric 1st Street Surfer with cucumber, apple, celery, alkaline water, e3live, lime, and mint. But our favorite is the simple Summer Chia with pineapple, orange, strawberry, ginger, and chia; it has enough nutritious fruit and a kick to keep you going all day. Five Miami locations, including 222 N.W. 26 St., Miami, 786-472-2552 >>Read More


10 Most Iconic Sandwiches in the US

August 14, 2014 | by Kailley Lindman

From meaty monstrosities to ooey-gooey desserts, we're naming our country's most iconic sandwiches—including one from Miami—in honor of National Sandwich Month. 

When in New York, do as locals do and eat a pastrami sandwich at Katz.

The city: New York
The sandwich: Pastrami 

Great delis are a dime a dozen in New York City, but it’s the pastrami sandwiches that separate the average Joes from the beef-slinging deities. Katz’s Delicatessen, the Lower East Side institution of When Harry Met Sally fame, has been cutting pastrami to order since the late 1800s and shows no sign of slowing. 205 E. Houston St., New York, 212-254-2246

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Rendezvous at L'echon Brasserie; Portuguese Tasting Menu at Wynwood Kitchen & Bar

August 12, 2014 | by Lane Nieset

Miami's menus get a cultural twist this month, with new options like Thai donuts for breakfast and petit French sandwiches after work. 

A French happy hour happens after work at L'echon Brasserie. 

French Happy Hour at L'echon Brasserie

Pubbelly Group's new French spot, L'echon Brasserie, has debuted a cheeky weekday happy hour called Le Cinq à Sept—which translates to "an afternoon tryst"—inspired by the two-hour block when the French leave work and meet up with their lovers before going home. From 6-8 p.m., come by for a post-work rendezvous, sample petite portions of French staples like croque-monsieur, and get exclusive prices on wine, draft beer, and cocktails. 6261 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-483-1611

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