What We're Reading: Interesting Data on Miami Diners
November 01, 2013 | by liana lozada | Pursuits
What's on the minds of Miami diners? Zagat conducts a survey to find out.
Zagat has released a survey revealing Miami's most favored restaurants, as well as other Miami dining factoids, i.e. average tipping percentage, and the top diner pet peeves (noise level, amateur foodie photogs, texting and talking while dining). [Short Order]
In other news, oenophiles. Morgan Stanley Research is reporting a looming global wine shortage as stateside and Chinese consumption outpaces wine production. Huffington Post Miami has the numbers and graphics. [Huffington Post Miami]
Rumor has it that Sunny Isles will be home to a new condo project designed by the Adrienne Arsht Center architect Cesar Pelli. According to Curbed, the tower will house Armani-branded residences, which have already become popular in Dubai. [Curbed Miami]
Barefoot beach brides will delight in the news that Mara Hoffman has launched a boho-chic bridal collection. [Racked]
Here's some news you can use for your holiday travels. The FAA has announced that in certain instances, it will no longer be necessary to turn off electronic devices during takeoff and landing of an airplane. [Condé Nast Traveler]
AG Jeans design director Mark Wiesmayr and stylist Jeanann Williams on denim's cultural footprint.