It’s no secret we’re into supporting our neighborhood finds and that includes drinking local in our area’s growing beer community. We recently visited three of South Florida’s premier breweries in anticiaption of South Florida Beer Week. Needless to say, I was a happy camper! Starting … Read More
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We’re thrilled to announce our inaugural fashion pop up shop, Local Looks! It’s similar to our Maker Meet series, but with a focus on fashion and accessories. Join us, won’t you? Deets We’re featuring an inspired collection of local modern and vintage boutiques and designers … Read More
Oh, Maker Meet. Seeing this event come to life and spark so much collaboration is truly what it’s all about, friends. What started off as our annual gift guide round-up for the holidays has turned into our beloved meet up of local artisans showcasing their … Read More
We couldn’t think of a better way to introduce you to our newest Central Florida Faves, Caroline and Evan, than with a cocktail post! These two love a good happy hour and recently snapped some treats at the annual Summer of Rum Festival in Ybor … Read More
Bob Roth’s New River Groves has been a staple in Davie since before farmers markets became a trend. Known for their refreshing smoothies and award-winning key lime pies, it is clear why they are a must see this summer.
Boasting a selection of over 300 bottled beers and the most unpretentious atmosphere around, Beer Trade Co. could literally have been made just for someone like me. I was beyond thrilled when Laura shared that her restaurateur friend, Gene, had opened this new spot just … Read More
Beer lovers in Palm Beach County need look no further than Due South for the perfect spot to socialize surrounded by the everyday workings of a true brewery. My husband and I love the laid-back industrial interior, and he feels right at home as a … Read More
From morning coffee and a good book to local beer and great conversation late into the evening, Subculture offers the perfect atmosphere to engage in the community and simply “do life”.
In Florida, winter is the peak season for produce, and by January the green markets are in full swing, offering fresh fruits and veggies from local farms and highlighting food and handmade wares from a variety of artisans and small businesses.
If there’s one way to end a perfectly magical day in the Homestead/Redland area, it’s at Schnebly Winery and Brewery. Instead of using grapes, they craft their wines with tropical fruits like guava and mango, and they’re also Miami’s first production craft brewery.