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October 19, 2012 | by —LIANA LOZADA | Homepage


Esquire magazine dubbed Juvia one of the best-designed restaurants in the country

Musician Pharrell Williams and architect Chad Oppenheim want to turn Overtown into an Ice Cream City. Beyond the catchy name, the plan calls for a pedestrian-friendly collection of big box retailers, skate parks, and workshop spaces.  [Curbed Miami]

In its November issue Best New Restaurants of the Year awards, Esquire magazine gave Lincoln Road’s Juvia top honors in the Design of the Year category. [Esquire]

Downtown residents, take note: Ultra Music Festival has been extended to two weekends. To the dismay of many, early bird tickets have already sold out. [Crossfade]

The Hoxton, a New England-inspired seafood restaurant, opened its doors in Brickell last night. The menu boasts Maine lobster rolls and spiked lemonades. Plus, there’s some very cozy seating in the back of the restaurant. [UrbanDaddy Miami]

The NBA has put new pregame time restrictions on player rituals to accommodate television air times. Miami Heat star LeBron James said that won't stop him from performing his iconic powder toss before tip-off. [The Miami Herald]

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