Get a taste of the good life with these top 10 picks from the Miami Heat's Chris Bosh.
Zuma. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami
“This modern Japanese spot downtown is stellar. It’s the best sushi I’ve found in Miami so far, plus they offer delicious robata grill selections.”
The Club at Casa Tua. 1700 James Ave., Miami Beach
“I like this place—it has an eclectic, European vibe and a roster of DJs playing great music from around the world.”
“This is a media box by a company called D-Link that’s a great alternative to Apple TV: It’s brand-new, and I love discovering new technology.”
Buttercream Cupcakes & Coffee. 1411 Sunset Dr., Coral Gables
“I definitely have a sweet tooth, and to me, Buttercream is the beginning and the end. It really satisfies my urge for sugar—the chocolate Oreo cupcake is my favorite.”
Hublot Genève. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave.
“One of my favorite watchmakers. The designs at their new Bal Harbour Shops location are totally unique, classic, rugged and eye-catching all at once.”
Romeo’s Cafe. 2257 SW 22nd St., Miami
“Fantastic Northern Italian. It has the best pasta dishes and a wine list that won’t quit.”
Paragon Grove 13. 3015 Grand Ave., Miami
“I love this posh new movie theater in Cocowalk, where you can have a drink on line while waiting to watch a new movie. My pick for January? The new Seth Rogen comedy, The Green Hornet.”
Books & Books. 265 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables
“This is a great spot for quick meetings—it has a really mellow ambience. I recently stopped by to pick up Nelson Mandela’s autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom, and it’s a great read.”
One Bal Harbour Resort & Spa. 10295 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
“I discovered this local getaway on a day off recently. In the middle of my busy season, it’s perfect: so close yet feels far away. It made for a great couple’s retreat for me and Adrienne.”
Bonpoint. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave.
“This is a one-stop shop and my new favorite spot to spoil my daughter. After a visit here, she’s the envy of all the other preschoolers!”