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Jan 25, 2019

French Floral Designs Miami Adds Modern Twist to Classic French Romance Via Unique Designs - Miami New Times

They can be loud, egocentric, and pungent, stealing your attention as you're escorted to your table. In Miami Beach, the Setai's director of food and beverage operations, Julien Labays, stresses the importance of displaying beautiful flowers at the tony hotel's restaurants and throughout the rest of the property. "Upholding the tradition of flower arrangements around our property, especially in the dining areas, is quite important to us," he says. "Our displays propagate a specific emotional connection that adds to the property's overall sense of warmth and unparalleled hospitality. Because we are so well known for our displays of 500 roses in both the Art Deco and Residential Tower lobby areas, it places more of an emphasis for us to carry that through in [our restaurant] Jaya and the Courtyard, particularly for our holiday events."Continue Reading Co-owner Veronique Touboul Courtesy of French Floral Designs Veronique Touboul, co-owner of French Floral Designs in Miami, agrees. "There's so much behind the flowers," she says. "It's your heart."In a few short years since opening, French Floral Designs has caught the eyes of Miami's elite. Touboul and her husband Christophe create masterpieces for special events...

Jun 14, 2018

Life is a satisfying arrangement

Carr came in first place. He got to go backstage after one of the performer's shows at the Miami Beach Convention Hall. "I'll never forget it. He asked me if I wanted to play a duet," Carr said. Liberace also taught Carr several of his piano techniques. "He was working with young people at the time and he asked me if I wanted to participate. But my parents told me, 'No, you're going to school.'" While disappointed, Carr saw the wisdom of their words. And he kept playing piano. But not just the expected recitals. As a student at Miramar High, he agreed to play just about any time he was asked. He acted as accompanist for school choirs, church services and even got a weekend gig playing at a popular ice cream joint. Carr played so much that he earned the nicknames of "88 Keys," and "Flying Fingers." The moniker "Mr. Piano" has stuck with him to this day, and his vanity license plate is the proof. "The first time I got paid was at Jaxon's Ice Cream Parlour in Dania Beach," he said. "They had a honky-tonk piano. I played there for two years. Everybody else was out on the weekend. But I'd make 160 bucks, which was a lot in the 1960s." What did he do with his cash, despite his father's advice that he save? Carr laughed. "Went out to eat, bought clothes and a car. My first car was a Volkswagen, which I loved. Then I bought a Mustang." Carr recalled fondly his first "real concert" was as part an evening of music presented by the Performing Arts Society of Greater Miami Beach. The recital was at the then-Playboy Plaza Hotel in Miami. "I got to be the showcased pianist," he said. "There were 2,100 people in the audience. I played Chopin's ‘Polonaise.'" He also started taking on students, and continues to this day. "I had maybe 12 or 15 students before I went away to school. I really enjoyed it," he said. "I thought, 'How am I going to explain to somebody?' because I had no formal training. But I loved it so much, I would only end up with students who really wanted to do it. What I was actually doing was tailor-making the lesson to each student." Carr's later students weren't all kids and teens. "I taught a lot of professional people over the years," he said. "I've found that people just want to play the piano. I love it so much that I know what you really want. You want to learn how to do something, but you need to practice." In addition to teaching, Carr is an in-demand performer, but often plays where his fancy strikes. A stroll to a nearby senior center led Carr to offer to play some afternoons. If there is a piano, chances are he might sit down and play a few tunes. While in college, Carr found that he also had a skill for...

Mar 30, 2017

Jeff Leatham Has Flowers in His Future Hicks Releases Fashion Illustration Book ‘Tongue in Chic’A Flowering at The White HouseFour Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club Opens on Miami BeachAudemars Piguet Uproots Sculpture by Artist Sebastian Errazuriz for Art BaselTreasure Hunting With Jerry Lorenzo... (WWD)

Feb 9, 2017

Best restaurants for Valentine's Day dining in Miami |

Entrée accompaniments are available a la carte. The menu is $145 per person.Details: 19999 W. Country Club Dr., Aventura, 786-279-6600. Brickell and Miami Beach SLS Brickell and South BeachEach hotel is home to a Bazaar by José Andrés where on Valentine’s Day each is hosting a “Love Experience.” Could it be the smoked oysters with caviar or caviar cones that might drive diners wild? Cost is $95 at Bazaar Mar in Brickell, $125 on South Beach.Details: Brickell, 1300 South Miami Ave., Miami, 305-239-1300; South Beach, 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-1701. Brickell City Centre is the newest hub for dining and at Big Easy Wine Bar & Grill by Ernie Els the three-course South African-inspired meal is a unique twist. Be adventurous and dine on bison tartare, octopus carpaccio and butterbean roasted root bunny chow. The meal is $160 per couple.Details: 701 S. Miami Ave., Ste. 339, Miami, 786-814-5955. Coconut Grove The area’s re-birth as a restaurant hotspot is due in part to Glass & Vine rated “Local Favorite in Coconut Grove” last year. For Valentine’s Day they’re serving up seafood fideos for two, broken pasta with seafood, fava beans, asparagus and tomato butter. The dish is $70 and offered exclusively on Valentine’s night.Details: 2820 McFarlane Rd., Coconut Grove, 305-200-5268. Coral Gables Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli always has something interesting to offer and at his intimate restaurant Eating House that’s a seven-course Valentine’s sharing menu. Feast on housemade ricotta spinelli, beef short ribs and frozen champagne intermezzo and more for $69 per person. An additional $39 buys wine pairings.Details: 804 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-448-6524.  Prepare to be wowed with Bulla Gastrobar’s Spanish-inspired Valentine’s Day-in... (

Dec 22, 2016

Artist behind flower-like sculptures in Coral Gables discusses inspiration

I make art to put something out there that wasn’t there before as a kind of gift.” Aycock has been a speaker and had work featured during Art Basel Miami Beach and has art featured in Broward County as well as the San Francisco Public Library, Dulles International Airport in suburban Washington and John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. The backlash against the artworks, two flower-like metal and aluminum sculptures, began in earnest this summer after they were installed. Residents began circulating an unofficial petition and sending hundreds of emails to city leaders expressing shock or displeasure with the sculptures. Those residents are now circulating an official petition that voters might see, through a referendum, on the April 2017 ballot if the opposing group gains more than 6,000 signatures. So far they’ve received a little more than 1,400 signatures. Many of the critics said they had issues with the look and size of the sculptures and said they didn’t fit the city’s Mediterranean style. Many also criticized what they felt was a lack of public input or notice about the pieces. The sculptures also have plenty of supporters, including some people at Friday’s talk like Jackie Pineda, who said she loves the pieces and think they represent the beauty of nature. “If I’m driving by them, and I’m not in the best mood, they lift my spirits,” Pineda said. (Miami Herald)

Dec 8, 2016

Tips & Recipes from Miami Bartenders to Help You Throw Your Best Holiday Party Yet

Charles Steadman, beverage director, 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach (102 24th St., Miami Beach, 305-361-5100) "Create a specialty cocktail to tell your party’s story. Try this fun champagne cocktail for the holidays: Pour 1/2 oz Aperol and 1 oz cranberry juice into a sugar-rimmed champagne glass and top with bubbles." —Steadman "Place the bar and food stations away from each other to avoid bottlenecking. This also allows guests to mingle back and forth, and creates open pathways to refill the bar with ice, replace the food station with plates, or for a conga line—it is a party after all." —Steadman Daniel Love: Make Drinks Before the Party & Sangria Punch Can Do No Wrong "When you’re throwing a party, the key to making good drinks is easy—make them all before the guests arrive. Make enough for at least two cocktails per person, and prepare everything you need to so that when it’s time to make a drink, it's only glass, ice, pour, garnish, done." —Daniel Love, head bartender at Scarpetta (Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Ave., 305-674-4660) "My favorite drink to make ahead of time for parties is a spiked, fruit-infused sangria punch. I recommend a Gavi Di Gavi for white or a Chianti Classico for red. For each bottle of wine, add 1/4 cup orange curaçao such as Grand Marnier, 1/4 cup aged rum such as Zacapa 23, 1 chopped Pink Lady apple, 8 sliced strawberries, 1/2 sliced orange, juice from 1/2 a lemon, juice from 1/2 a lime, 2 cinnamon sticks, and 1/4 microplaned nutmeg. Refrigerate for 24-48 hours. Serve over ice, spike it by adding 1 oz of Cognac to glass, or serve it hot in a wine glass with a cinnamon-sugar rim." —Love Julio Cabrera: Offer Up a Variety of Drinks to Please A... (Ocean Drive Magazine)


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