Xochimex Cantina

A nice cantina close to our hotel by Miami Airport. And it’s a tradition going here for some really good Mexican food our last night in Florida. After my shopping;)

They make the bread on site for each order, and I just love watching them while they are doing it!

So they have all sorts of different food there. But I love their Quesadilla with chicken, guacamole, chipotle etc..

And you gotta have a Jarritos to drink;)

Xochimex

16171 NW 57th Avenue Miami Gardens, Florida

Rossella’s Kitchen

There is this little Italian place in South Beach, Miami that I just love! Nice staff, great food

and a fantastic warm inviting atmosphere.

The pasta is great, just with the perfect flavours. So is the sea food and their steaks. I am a bit picky with food, as I am lucky to work with it. So when I go out privately then I am looking for a full on experience. And this is a place where I get it all. It’s a place to go to with family and friends, eat good genuine Italian food and laugh.

Thanks everyone at Rossella’s. See you again!

Rossella and I.

110 Washington Avenue

South Beach, Miami

Rosetta Bakery

This is an awesome Italian bakery with several locations in Miami.

The pastry is made the real way, and tastes totally divine. Real berries, good custard, and yes I have to say that I’m hooked. And working for a food magazine that is not often it happens. Rosetta will be a place I always will visit when I’m in Miami.

They also serve pizza slices, and focaccia. Yesterday my daughter and I had some focaccia. And they were really good, it was just the perfect salty taste! I probably go back there today for lunch with some friends.

You find their locations here;

https://www.rosettabakery.com

Vizcaya

 

I first learned about the palace during the hurricane Irma. I saw some pictures of things floating around inside the palace. And I promised myself to go there, if it didn’t get totally ruined during the hurricane. So I went there some days ago.  And wow, what a fascinating and beautiful place. And mega grand! They started to build the palace in 1914, and the owner James Deering only got to live there for 9 Years before he died. And nowadays it is a popular venue for weddings, and lots of tourists visit every day.