With Miami-Dade County shutting down indoor dining for the foreseeable future, Downtown Miami’s Mignonette (210 NE 18th Street) has transformed temporarily into Red Sauce, an Italian-American style comfort food pop-up available for takeout and delivery. Mignonette’s co-owner Danny Serfer says Red Sauce was an idea him and co-owner Ryan Roman had be...

Hungry? A new neighborhood Italian spot has you covered. The new addition to Coral Way, called Coral House Miami, is located at 1762 Coral Way. The new restaurant is located inside "a beautiful, cozy and unique house turned into a traditional Italian Pizzeria," according to the business's Facebook page. "From wood-fired cooked pizzas to handmade pa...

This is an opportunity to join a well-established non-profit business organization. The ideal candidate for this role is bilingual Italian-English, has a marketing or similar background, excellent communication and organizational skills, and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Overall Summary The Membership Coordinator reports to...

A trip to Europe isn’t in the cards for most of us right now, but Miamians can soothe their wanderlust at Portosole, a new restaurant in Coral Gables that aims to make you feel like you’ve been transported to Italy from the moment you’re greeted with your first buongiorno. Named for a small marina in coastal Italy where the fishing boats bring in t...

The event, organized by Miami Scientific Italian Community to promote the spread of the Made in Italy researhers’ culture. Leonardo Da Vinci, symbol of the Italian excellence in creativity and innovation: this is the key in understanding the project Leonardo’s Way: The discovery of modern Italian geniuses in US. The USA appreciates and looks more a...

Seven people have been arrested for vandalizing statues of Christopher Columbus and Juan Ponce de León in Miami. The arrests happened after a chaotic scene ensued in the city where protesters had a confrontation with police, and a day after a figure of Columbus was torn down in Richmond, Virginia, and another was found beheaded in Boston, Massachus...

When Italian towns began offering houses for sale for little more than $1, they inspired legions of dreamers to take a gamble on moving to a remote corner of Italy. Although spending a few thousand dollars extra on renovating the property was usually part of the deal, it was sweetened by the prospect of a new life in an idyllic spot in a beautiful...

Say what you will about New York, but the place knows pizza. And now there’s a new spot to indulge in that crispy, thin crust goodness in Miami Beach. At a time when Miami-Dade restaurants are reopening as coronavirus quarantine restrictions have been lifted, Frankie NoNo’s arrives straight out of Staten Island, along with its executive chef Franki...

They say less is more, but we all know that’s totally not the case when it comes to pizza. One restaurant in South Beach is dishing out pies like you’ve never seen before. Deco checked it out before social distancing was a thing. It looks like a traditional pizza, but there’s nothing ordinary about these pies. Prime Italian in Miami Beach knows all...

Baseball is the family business, but whenever Dante Girardi’s playing days are over, he has a different career in mind: Fashion. To borrow a line from ZZ Top, Girardi, 18, said he grew up admiring some of baseball’s “sharp dressed men” such as Starlin Castro and Aroldis Chapman. Those players, who competed for Girardi’s father, former New York Yank...