Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Open Stage Club - Happy Hour Cocktails, Bites and Oh Yeah -Singing

I'm one of those - shower singers. I admit it. The kind who secretly wishes to compete in American Idol and who sounds really good while the water is flowing and the bathroom acoustics are doing their thing.

Foodaholic Blues? This could be the start of something new..

So I happen to love taking part in some good old fashioned Karaoke. For some reason, I don't always sound quite as good as I do in the shower, but there haven't been any reported thunderstorms as a result of my singing, so I just keep on rocking. For those of you who feel the same, or who enjoy listening to a good local band in a relaxed, friendly ambiance, you should check out the Open Stage Club, a relatively new gastropub located at 2325 Galiano Street in Coral Gables. The cool thing is they offer everything from Comedy, to Latin Parties, Rock Nights, Salsa Lessons and Karaoke. And the space is nicely set up to host private events as well so it's a good venue for any kind of celebration.

The Cocorita
Mongolian MF
I went to Open Stage Club recently and had a taste of their original cocktails and menu items. I found they offer a nice variety of dishes that makes the whole experience fun and memorable. It didn't take much for me to loosen up and get ready for my vocal debut. It all began with their Cocorita,  a sweet concoction of 1800 Coconut Tequila, Triple Sec and Orange & Pineapple Juice, finished with a splash of Sprite. After downing this baby, my inhibitions were slowly fading away. Then I saw someone having their famous Mongolian MF, and I thought, who needs the shower? That potent libation had Vodka, Gin, Rum, and some Southern Comfort that could have made a wife out of me for a second time if we were in Vegas. At any rate, I was singing like a canary after that. First, I sang I Will Survive, because let's face it, it's the Women's Anthem. Then I joined the band of the night for our very own rendition of Journey's Separate Ways.

Corvina Ceviche
Fresh pieces of Corvina mixed with corn in a tangy juice

But I know you don't just want to hear about the entertainment. The food was just as fun. From their Tuna Tartar to their Pasta, I was loving it. Check out some of my favorite bites of the night.

Fiocchi with Four Cheese
Taste Pear Filled Pasta with Four Cheese Combo

Tuna Tartar
Fresh Tuna with Chili Oil. Soy Sauce, Sesame Oil and Yuzu Juice
Over an Avocado Puree

Open Stage Club is open late nights and they also just launched a whole new  Happy Hour menu. To find out more information, or to book an event, you can visit their website or call them at 305-441-7902.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas - Epic Fail

It's the end of an era...and I say that with a sad heart and a disgruntled stomach. We recently traveled on Royal Caribbean, one of my favorite cruise lines, on a voyage through the warm waters of the Mar Caribe. Royal Caribbean has been a favorite of mine for many years, and as such, I am a member of their Crown Anchor Society, the loyalty program they extend to frequent cruisers.

Let me back track before I continue. A couple of years ago, we went on their impressive Allure of the Seas. While the itinerary was nothing out of this world, the ship was breathtaking. If you've cruised on it, or its sister ship, the Oasis of the Seas, then you know what I'm talking about. The food was spectacular, the service was stellar, and we were cast in its spell long after the voyage ended.

Unfortunately, this was not the case at all this time around on the Liberty of the Seas, and after doing some research and speaking to other cruisers both on and off the ship, apparently their recent mediocre performance is nothing new. Why, Royal Caribbean, why? You were right up there as an amazing cruise line that provided memorable vacations to its guests.   Now it seems, in the opinion of many, you have become an over priced, nickel and diming disappointment.  All I heard while on the cruise, and quite frankly agreed with, was that while Carnival Cruise Lines was previously known as the less expensive alternative to cruising, with amenities to match, they are now far exceeding expectations.  From what I have experienced first hand, Carnival Cruise Lines is running circles around Royal Caribbean's food, dining options, customer service and overall cruising experience. This just proves it isn't good to get comfortable..kind of like the Tortoise and the Hare.

You're probably wondering what happened that made this cruise so unacceptable so I decided to give you a run down from start to finish so that you can see for yourself how much it lacked in customer service and product right from the beginning and throughout the cruise.


We're excited. We're booking a cruise. It's Royal Caribbean so the girls are ready to ice-skate, we're ready to pig out with some beautifully prepared dishes and we can't wait to take silly pictures with our towel animals in the cabin. We start by booking online, but quickly realize that although we are booking quite in advance (a couple of months), both dining times are sold out. As a result, Royal Caribbean wants to force their My Time Dining option, which imposes a non-optional gratuity ahead of time.  Hold up...we just went on two Carnival Cruises last year and we didn't have to pay more to not have a specific dining time. Besides, I rather have the same server every night because I just love when they refer to me by name, and make me feel special. You mean we have to pay because you can't accommodate us?  We called their toll free number and explained the situation, and they said we'd have to wait a few days to see if anything "opened up" during either of the two designated dining times. We said we hoped it did because we really didn't want to be forced to pay gratuity ahead of time .  It was really far ahead, and if it didn't become available, then we rather not book. We called a couple of days later, and voila, we were booked on the late seating. We ended up paying over $2,700 for five people on a 4 day cruise. A bit steep, I know but it's Royal Caribbean.

Oh oh... The Early Bird Gets The Most Expensive Worm's about a month until our cruise and we pull it up online. We decide to look and see how much someone who waited until the last minute to book a cruise was going to have to pay. After all, we were diligent and responsible and booked ours ahead of time. Wait...what?  Something was wrong. The price for the very same cruise was now $500 cheaper for the five passengers. ('s only a four day cruise). We checked everything, and yes, the price was now way lower. We called Royal Caribbean in an attempt to right this wrong and long story short, after speaking to several departments, and hearing a lot of excuses, we got nothing. A couple of them were feisty and not very nice, one even asking if we had ever heard of "the law of supply and demand". I didn't want to tell her that we did know it, and it appeared they weren't in demand, had a lot of supply and that's why their prices had dropped.  They gave us an option to upgrade the rooms to the next category, but they would be on a lower deck and far from one another. No thanks. We asked for on board credit to cover the difference; we asked for shore excursions, but everything we suggested was declined.  Turns out it's not a good idea to book early with Royal Caribbean because you may end up paying a lot more.

Oh no...Not The Toe

Murphy's gotta love it. I'm in heels, I miss a step, I break my toe. And I'm supposed to be sipping a Pina Colada on board the Liberty of the Seas in just 4 days, (wearing very cute sandals I may add). What am I going to do? After x-rays, crutches and pain killers, we call Royal Caribbean. I won't be able to hop all over the ship so we are going to need a wheelchair and an accessible room. Their response: sorry, we don't have any wheelchair accessible rooms available at this time and if you need a wheelchair, here's the number of a few companies you can rent them from. They don't provide any. Wow. So, with just a couple of days to go, we secure a wheelchair for me from elsewhere and wonder how cozy we're going to have to get now that we're parking a wheelchair in the already tiny space.

Roll me Onboard, I'm Ready To Cruise

Ok, so there were a lot of mishaps prior to the cruise but it would all get better, right? Wrong. It would probably take a few pages to thoroughly describe how badly things went or were handled by their customer service team, so I'll just give you a synopsis.

We left the port approximately eight hours late due to "maintenance" issues.  To their credit, while this was going on, a bunch of BSO officers were questioning a couple of passengers on the room next to ours, which were subsequently removed from the ship, why I'm not sure.  I know...things happen but it was the preamble to what was to come.

Off to The Windjammer, the main buffet restaurant on the ship.   Found it was seriously understaffed. They were trying to do what they could, but there was rarely anyone around to wipe a table or bring a glass of water.  What we did enjoy was their sushi offerings around dinner time, and their Indian food.

Guess not too many people knew they were allowing guests to ice skate.
Some were turned away when they went, with employees stating
the rink was closed until the last evening due to technical issues.

The ship features an Ice Skating Rink which provides a show, and guests can ice-skate during certain times. It's one of the amenities on the ship and one of their selling points online. The kids were really excited about that. They went there on the second day and were basically told to leave. When we found out, we called the customer service desk to inquire about the hours the rink would be open. The person told us it would only be open at 7 pm the day before we got back home because they were having technical issues. Mind you, our dinner time was 8:30 pm. There went the ice-skating, and you know how much teenagers love change.  By chance, we happened to walk by the location of the ice skating rink the following day (I rolled) and noticed there were people ice skating at that point. I guess they resolved the technical issues, but just failed to inform us.

Food and Service

Eggplant Parmigiana Entree I Ordered at the Main
Dining Room. No Bueno
The service at the main restaurant was good, and our servers were friendly, helpful and on point, but the food was generally disappointing. I have been on several Royal Caribbean Cruises and this was one of their outstanding areas. However, this time around, the choices were limited and the quality of the ingredients was lacking. I rarely send anything back, and I found myself having to change my order more than once because when the dishes arrived, they were horrible. On the topic of wine, we really missed having a sommelier give us suggestions on the wines we should pair with our dinner. There wasn't one around on any of the nights. All I can think is that perhaps some corporate decisions are being made that are severely affecting the quality of the food and service on-board . I'll tell you this though. They had a little section on the side of the menu where if you wanted better food, you had to pay for it.  They would sell you filet mignon, lobster and other dishes for an additional fee. And it wasn't at a specialty restaurant.  It was right there at the main dining room which used to give you a nice Lobster night.   We ordered the optional filet mignon a few times, ... not impressed.   It's not cool to nickle and dime guests that have paid close to $600 each for a 4 day cruise.

Escargot Appetizer - Tasted even worse than it looks..

Definitely Not The Fun Ship

Traveling with three teenagers, we wanted to fill up our time with nice on-board activities. I mean the cruise only had one stop in Cozumel, so we were out at sea the rest of the days. If you weren't adventurous enough to climb the Rock Wall or take a nose dive on the Flowrider, your options were limited. When we cruised on Carnival Cruises last year, both ships had a slew of planned activities going on all day - from trivia games to a Thrill Theatre.  Sometimes, we had to choose between one and another because they were happening at the same time. While there were a few games and dance classes on the Liberty of the Seas, the level of entertainment and fun was significantly lower. However, they did offer other activities at a price, which got kind of old. We spent enough money in the arcade, thank you.

Night Time Entertainment

This area scored better in contrast to other cruise ships. Their main show - Saturday Night Fever was pretty impressive. The set was Broadway-esque and the singing and dancing were exceptionally cast. There was also a comedy show at night which was very humorous and had the audience in incessant laughter. While the Ice-Skating show was entertaining, there was an obvious downgrade in the performance.  One evening, they had a 70s themed night in the Promenade showcasing music from the era that really riled up the guests. Right after that, there was an All-White Party on the pool deck with live music and entertainment. I couldn't enjoy it cause my toe was throbbing but I'm sure it was fun.

Crown & Anchor Society Who?

I told you I've been traveling on Royal Caribbean for years, so we are members of the Crown & Anchor Society. Apparently, since I traveled on the Allure of the Seas a couple of years ago, much has changed. There was nothing special provided for the members - not a welcome cocktail like in years past or anything nice sitting in our room when we got there. When I called and asked what happened, I was simply told it was removed from the program. I could however, receive 10% off art work or framing, and other similar discounts on purchases. Come to think of it, there really wasn't anything to make the experience stand out for the Crown & Anchor members. Oh wait...I did receive 90 cents off of a wine bill. Guess loyalty doesn't pay much.

Customer Service? That's Been Removed Too

Needless to say, we were already quite upset on the second day, so we went to speak to Customer Service. The person at the desk took notes, made a lot of promises, seemed outraged and said that because it was a short cruise, we would be hearing back from him that very same evening. Well, we've been on land for over two weeks already, and we're still waiting. We're also still waiting for the "little something" the main dining room manager said she'd be sending to the cabin because of the bad experiences with the food at dinner. If you're reading this Royal Caribbean, just wanted to let you know we're not in the cabin anymore and we never received anything.

The main thing I can tell you was reminiscent of Royal Caribbean's glory days was the actual ship, which is still beautiful,  The Promenade is majestic and unique, and demands that the service and amenities offered match its splendor. On the final evening, through no fault of Royal Caribbean, the cruise ended sadly, when all guests had to hurry to their staterooms for a head count because a passenger had gone overboard.

Royal Caribbean, I really wanted to "Get out There" with you but you let us down. I would've liked to think it was a one-time slip, but after getting back and reading reviews, I see you've changed.  We also heard similar comments from others who have experienced the recent decline first hand.  I hope you realize the error of your ways because there is plenty of competition out there.  In the meantime, we'll miss you.

In closing..

Beautiful ship, nice helpful folks, very noticeable decrease in food quality, service, and loyalty program benefits, about half of the activities are trying to sell you something, up charges at every turn.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Putting on the Ritz On A Multitude of Levels

The Ritz-Carlton Key-Biscayne is always coming up with ways to bring something more to its guests and visitors. There have been a number of exciting things happening at the resort in the last couple of months that have made a trip to the island even more luxurious and exciting.

Executive Pastry Chef Laszlo Bollock

For example, Laszlo Bollock, the property's talented Executive Pastry Chef, has brought a decadent level of elegance and flavor to Ritz Carlton Key-Biscayne's signature restaurants and lounges: Cioppino, Dune Oceanfront Burger Lounge, RUMBAR and Cantina Beach. His vast experience in pastry making goes back to his childhood years, where his grandmother taught the young aspiring chef how to perfect traditional Hungarian foods such as goulash, paprikash and dobosh. From there his interest and passion grew to artistic heights, when he enrolled in the Karoly Gundel Culinary School in Budapest and continued to hone his craft by working at pastry shops, such as Chocolia, and opening his own sweet spot in his Budapest hometown.

Executive Pastry Chef Laszlo Bollock (Right)

Inspired by a need for change, Bollock moved to the vibrant city of New York as the Executive Pastry chef for the world renowned opera singer, Placido Domingo's Spanish Restaurant, Domingo's. His career continued to flourish as the pastry chef for Louis XVI in Long Island, Jean-Georges at The Mark Hotel, the Pierre Hotel, and most recently, Le Cirque.

Pistachio Sponge Cake
Bavarian,Pistachios come from Sicily
Thin layer of white chocolate
Pistachio Ganache
There is a play on textures with
a surprise in the middle
Finished with another layer of
white chocolate
Ice-cream is made with cardamom spice
Light, subtle and amazing

Almond Sponge Cake
Rich with a buttery flavor
Topped with chopped green apple
Made with a bit of brown sugar
Served warm with a side of
green apple sorbet

Raspberry Lychee Crostata
with a layer of butter cookie at the bottom
Lychee puree holds nine fresh raspberries
Smooth flavor, with a top layer of gelee
Finished with raspberry lychee sorbet

Strawberry Souffle
Topped with Limoncello
Served with fresh strawberries
And Fresh, Aromatic Basil ice cream

I had the opportunity to indulge in Bollock's incredible culinary art during a recent tasting at the Ritz Carlton in Key Biscayne, and there is something quite spectacular about the way Bollock puts together ingredients to create a memorable sweet finale for the palate. His deep-rooted enthusiasm in preparing desserts and pastries can be tasted in every bite and every spoonful. But it isn't enough to merely glance through the pictures to truly comprehend what I mean, you have to taste it for yourself.

New Marketplace Cafe And Renovated RUMBAR

Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne guests will now treated to a new arrival experience featuring two remastered spaces and the unveiling of a new marketplace cafe: Key Pantry: Eat.Drink.Shop. I've been staying at the Ritz for years, and I totally love what they did with the space. It added a rustic feel to the place, inviting guests to stop by for a freshly brewed cup of Panther coffee, or a bit of ice cream, pastries, cakes or sandwiches. Everything is house-made and holds true to the Ritz's outstanding quality. Not hungry? That's ok.. you can pick up a few unique gifts for your friends and family, or maybe some exclusive items to the venue.

The marketplace isn't the only thing guests will find that's different when they walk in. The lobby has had a makeover as well, showcasing majestic views of the Atlantic Ocean through large, floor-to-ceiling windows. While it was beautiful before, it now takes new life, with hues of blues and greens that carry throughout the furniture and are reminiscent of the natural tropical island oasis surroundings.

Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne Lobby

And off to the right, their signature RUMBAR is bringing a new look into the past. A staple and one of the only venues in Miami to enjoy live Latin music, RUMBAR transports guests into the 1940s old, Havana style bar lounge with a new transformation. Palmetto, high ceiling fans, rich, dark woods and sultry ambiance recalls the past, yet offers a contemporary modern look with additional bar and lounge seating. I can remember spending many evenings sitting right there, sipping their signature mojitos and enjoying incredible small bites and shareable plates that include Tostones Rellenos, Tuna Tartar, Ropa Vieja Sliders and Minuta de Pargo.

Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne's Signature RUMBAR

Southern Jazz Brunch

Going to the Sunday Brunch at the Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne has always been an extraordinary experience, with its lavish display of culinary stations, caviar and seafood, bottomless Prosecco cocktails and an entire room dedicated to the perfect ending of sweet treats (you'll pinch yourself to make sure you're not dreaming). However, starting this past March, the Ritz has debuted their Southern Jazz Brunch, embarking guests on a culinary trip to the intense flavors and flair of New Orleans. Taking inspiration from the streets near Jackson Square, guests will enjoy magicians, mystic tarot card readers, art and a five-piece roaming jazz band.

I took my virtual trip on March 15th and it was intense. Not only did my taste buds awaken to dishes such as Pork Candy Ribs, a New Orleans Style Shrimp Boil, Jambalaya Pasta and Fried Green Tomatoes, but I also got my fortune told by a tarot card reader who gave me really good romantic news. (We're keeping our fingers crossed). With our pool side view, and the breeze gently blowing on our faces, we enjoyed an unforgettable afternoon. Just take a look...

Priced at $85 per adult and $41 per child, plus tax and gratuities, the Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne's Southern Jazz Brunch is a must-do. It will be offered April 19th, May 17th and June 21st, so hurry and make your reservations. Valet Parking is complimentary. For more information on the Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne and all of its splendor, visit their website at

Thursday, March 26, 2015

New Bonefish Grill Opens in Aventura

I"m sure when you hear the words "Bang Bang Shrimp" you think of one specific place: Bonefish Grill, and just a few weeks ago on March 2nd, the popular seafood chain opened another location in Miami. They took advantage of the day not only to serve the community fresh, delicious seafood, but also to benefit the American Red Cross of South Florida by donating 50% of each check to the service organization. For those of you living or playing in the north part of the county, you can now enjoy the fresh fish and casual ambiance Bonefish Grill is known for at their newest spot at 18713 Biscayne Boulevard.

I had the opportunity to participate in a tour of the restaurant before its opening and get a preview of their menu (including their new bar bite offerings) and I was impressed. First of all, the brand's decor has been revamped, providing guests with a sleek, more contemporary look, and the quality and preparation of the food was on point with every dish served. Staff was being trained and by the look and feel of things, they're off to a superb start.
We began the evening with one their signature cocktails paired with some mouthwatering appetizers. The sweet Martini was amazing and complemented the flavorful Chipotle Shrimp Flatbread like heels complement a pretty dress. Their hand crafted cocktails are truly bar fresh and an inspired innovation that will make you feel all tingly inside.
Chipotle Shrimp Flatbread
Roasted Shrimp, Peppers, Gruyere Cheese
Fresh Grilled Pineapple finished with Cheese
Crumbles and Chipotle BBQ Sauce 

As we chatted and enjoyed the comfortable suroundings, we also munched on their famous Bang Bang Shrimp.  It really wouldn't have been a trip to Bonefish Grill if we hadn't. As we sat down, ready for our wine pairing dinner, the chef came out to talk to us and explained every detail of the dishes prepared for the evening, as well as the reason why they chose each wine. There was a definite excitement in the air coming from the Bonefish Grill team that explains why they are growing at the rate they are, with a total of 208 restaurants. (This one is lucky 13 for South Florida).
Bang Bang Shrimp
Crispy shrimp tossed in a creamy, spicy sauce

The Chef gave us an inside look of Bonefish Grill
Because sometimes we need a visual to truly grasp things, check out the parade of dishes we sunk our teeth into and tell me if they don't make you want to run there for your next meal. And I have to add... if I could somehow magically incorporate your other senses into my post, you'd find their oak wood burning grill gives their dishes a unique kiss for flavor that leaves a lasting impression on the palate.

Cilantro Lime Shrimp Salad
Fresh roasted corn, black beans, Feta cheese, grape tomatoes
and red onions, drizzled with a cilantro lime vinaigrette and
paired with a smooth and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc
Part of their new Bar Bites Menu: In the Shell  Street Tacos
with Ahi Tuna Tartare, served in a crisp, wonton shell
This Surf & Turf threesome was my favorite!
Ahi Tuna Steak grilled and topped with Pan Asian
sauce with hints of ginger, Chilean Sea Bass topped with
mango salsa over French green beans and Filet Mignon
bathed with a garlic truffle butter. The dish was paired
with Conondrum, a red wine with a surprise blend of grapes
Always room for dessert:  Berries berries and more berries
bring this sweet finale home.
Part of their new  In + On Bar Menu, these In the Dough
Croissant Doughnuts, tossed in cinnamon sugar, come with their very own bottles of
Sea Salt Caramel and Chocolate Sauce so you could inject
as much gooey deliciousness into them as you want.

 For more information on the newest Bonefish Grill to hit South Florida, visit their website.

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Monday, March 16, 2015

Morton's North Miami Beach Launches New Lunch

It's always great to find a place that offers a nice lunch in a relaxing, yet elegant setting and I happen to have found one very recently. Miami was packed with things to do this Valentine's Day weekend - from the Miami Boat Show to the Coconut Grove Art Show- to cuddling with your boo for some romantic alone time. Being in the north part of town for the day, we decided to go for an afternoon meal in North Miami Beach. I don't come to this area often enough, and it is a nice spot right in the center of bustling Aventura and Miami's sparkling beaches. So, we stopped at Morton's North Miami Beach, located at 17399 Biscayne Boulevard, which just started opening for lunch.

The interior of the restaurant is timeless, with a classic look and impeccable service. We started by sipping an incredible Pinot Noir that we immediately fell in love with. Our server brought us the regular lunch menu and their new Three Course Prime Lunch menu, which happens to offer a great selection of dishes including a soup or salad, entree and dessert. The best part is that it is priced just right. Because we were at Morton's, and you know how amazing their steaks are, we compromised and ordered from both menus.

Ahi Tuna Tower

The foreplay for the lunch came in the form of my heart fluttering passion: the Ahi Tuna Tower, consisting of what appeared to be a heart-shaped layered tower of fresh, mouthwatering tuna mixed with avocado, pico de gallo and wonton crisps. Yes! After that, we indulged in one of their signature lunch specialties that I thought about for days. One bite into their Shrimp Salad Trio, and we were both smiling incessantly. It was a colorful treat of shrimp salad stuffed avocado, served with  a chopped salad and a flavorful tomato bisque. If I had to choose a favorite for the day, this would be it. Filling, yet refreshing and light, it's the perfect lunch combo. Plus, I happen to love tomato soup, and this one was prepared with just the right amount of seasoning.

Shrimp Salad Trio

Lobster Bisque
Baked Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp
Since we decided to try the Three Course Prime Lunch as well, the first course we ordered was the Lobster Bisque. It was creamy, a little buttery with just a hint of spice and garlic. I have to admit though, it had a hard time standing up to the tomato bisque. That one still had my mind reeling. As an entree, we chose the Baked Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp with Crabmeat Stuffing and Parmesan Capellini. The portion was ideal and I enjoyed the succulent taste of the crabmeat stuffing which generously filled each shrimp.

Filet Mignon
Onion Rings
We couldn't walk away without savoring one of Morton's juicy steaks so we ordered the Center Cut Filet Mignon (6 oz), and paired it with a side order of their Onion Rings. Needless to say, the steak was grilled to perfection and it practically melted in our mouths. It's quite a spiritual experience to indulge in one of Morton's prime steaks, and this one just added a whole new level of spectacular to the meal.

Chocolate Souffle for Two

The Three Course Prime Lunch menu came with a choice of Double Chocolate Mousse or Cheesecake (which I had seen at a nearby table and both looked amazing) but we upgraded to the Chocolate Souffle For Two; after all, love was in the air, or at least a strong desire to put that spoonful of sweetness in our mouths. It was a gushing moment of lustful indulgence that could only be described as unforgettable.

We left Morton's content and ready to continue enjoying Cupid's weekend with a definite plan to return. and not to mention, with a small piece of paper listing the name of a certain wine bottle we would be sharing that evening. For more information or to make reservations, you can visit their website or call them at 305-945-3131.

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