Posts Tagged ‘coral gables’

November 6th, 2009

First impressions: Talavera

The arrival of Talavera to Coral Gables is a breath of fresh air. More often than not I want to leave the Gables when looking for food, especially at dinnertime. But Talavera shows promise and I’m happy that there’s a new option in the neighborhood.
My first visit was for lunch with Jackie of Kitchen Interviews. [...]

July 13th, 2009

Mango brunch at Fairchild

Yesterday morning, D and I spent our morning at Fairchild Tropical Garden’s 17th Annual International Mango Festival. This year I resolved to splurge on the mango brunch to see what it was all about. We then walked around the festival, which has undergone some improvements since two years ago.
The brunch this year featured chefs Allen [...]

July 7th, 2009

Running with the bulls

You’ve probably seen it on TV or in pictures. The bull runners dressed in all white, red scarves around their necks, running away from with the bulls. It happens every summer during Las Fiestas de San Fermin in Pamplona. And starting tomorrow Por Fin is celebrating with two-for-one drinks, flamenco and $5 tapas. The celebration will [...]

June 28th, 2009

Greek coming to the Gables?

Walking to Ben & Jerry’s yesterday afternoon, I noticed an interesting sign in the space that 1909 Cafe used to occupy at 70 Aragon Avenue.
Coming Soon
Cafe Hellas
Fine Greek Cuisine
A few online searches yielded little information about Cafe Hellas and who’s behind it. A filing for Cafe Hellas with the Florida Department of Corporations show Ni.Ka [...]

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