Sometimes, all you really need is a change of scenery and some good food. Luckily for South Floridians, you won’t need to tread far for this one.
Recently opened at 1111 Lincoln Road, Juvia is raising the bar (or the elevator) for sophisticated eaters in Miami. The restaurant is located on the penthouse level of the visually stunning building which can be accessed on the corner of Lincoln Road and Lennox Avenue. There, private elevators transport guests to the top where you’ll encounter an alluring oasis made to entice your every sense from the Amazon Rainforest-inspired vertical garden to the unobstructed views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay.
The dates and participating restaurants in this summer’s Restaurant Week were announced this week to the public. The festivities will begin Monday, July 11th at 11:00 AM to Sunday July 24th.The prices will stay the same as last year, $24 for lunch and $35 for dinner.
Restaurant Week gives New Yorkers the opportunity to dine in style at locations that might normally cost a pretty penny. It includes 100 of New York’s finest restaurants including Dos Caminos, Fig & Olive, Gotham Bar & Grill, and Nobu. Booking is not yet available, but be sure to click the links below to keep updated on this New York summer deal.
NYC Winter Restaurant Week 2010
January 25-February 7, 2010
It's that time of year again; it is NYC Winter Restaurant Week! These are the two weeks during the winter that foodies all around New York City look forward to. Now, NYC Restaurant Week is not just the peak of sunshine in the overcast winter sky for all those foodies who love to enjoy first class food at exuberantly low prices a few times a year, but has become a time when people all over New York City can treat themselves to the fine dining and fine foods of 4-star restaurants without the 4-star prices. Other than the NYC Summer Restaurant Week, there is really no other time when people of the five boroughs of New York can enjoy a 3-course lunch for $24.07 or a 3-course dinner for $35.00 in some of the elite restaurants of New York City. Some of these restaurants include Danny Meyer's Blue Smoke, Cipriani Wall Street, Tom Colicchio's Craftbar, Le Cirque, Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill, Nobu, and the legendary Smith & Wollensky. If the thought of fine dining does not appeal to you, there are an ample amount of other insouciant restaurants to choose from.
Cuisine: Japanese/Sushi, South American
Price Range: Expensive to Very Expensive
105 Hudson St.
(at Franklin Street)
New York, NY 10013
East meets west at Nobu, a New York eatery specializing in Japanese food cultivated to fit the ultra picky American palate. The calming beauty of the Japanese countryside is evoked with the carefully implemented accents of natural textures, golden wooden floors, and birch tress. Take a seat at the bar and enjoy Nobu’s trendy take on iced sake, which trickles out of iced bamboo pitchers with the pure flavor of melted snow. Glance past the wall made of river stones and you may see Robert DeNiro, a partial owner of this sashimi palace.