Miami Cocktails

Miami Cocktails

Miami Cocktails

An elegant collection of over 100 recipes inspired by the Magic City. Famous for its tropical climate and vibrant nightlife, Miami has been a go-to destination since the railroad could deliver travelers there from all over the United States. Today, the Magic City has become an international beacon for art enthusiasts, fashionistas, foodies, and nightlife aficionados, making for one of the country’s most dynamic cocktail scenes. Miami Cocktails takes you inside the city’s best bars and introduces you to bartenders and mixologists conjuring up drinks that reflect the myriad influences shaping the city today. Featuring over 100 recipes that honor and reinvent classics and make the best of all the fresh, year-round local produce, this book is the ideal cocktail enthusiast’s guide to drinking like a local, whether you’re making a trip to Miami or staying at home and simply wishing you were there.

Food Lovers Guide to Miami Fort Lauderdale

Food Lovers  Guide to   Miami   Fort Lauderdale

Food Lovers Guide to Miami Fort Lauderdale

Two very different cities. One book. Food is a culture unto itself in Miami, whether it’s Cuban, Italian, burgers, sushi, or steak. The diverse food scene in Miami is simply magical. Fort Lauderdale’s vast culinary landscape is steeped in tradition and the dining scene is vibrant. In Food Lovers’ Guide to Miami & Fort Lauderdale, seasoned food writer Christine Najac shares the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate these culinary treasures. A bounty of mouthwatering delights awaits you in this engagingly written guide. With delectable recipes from the renowned kitchens of the city’s iconic eateries, diners, and elegant dining rooms, Food Lovers’ Guide to Miami & Fort Lauderdale is the ultimate resource for food lovers to use and savor. Inside you’ll find: Favorite restaurants • Top waterfront dining and the best hotel cuisine • Specialty food stores, markets, and food trucks • Farmers markets and farm stands • Food festivals and culinary events • Recipes from top Miami & Fort Lauderdale chefs • Cocktails, cafes, taverns, and wine bars • Cooking classes and wine courses • Local food lore and kitchen wisdom

The Mini Rough Guide to Miami the Florida Keys

The Mini Rough Guide to Miami   the Florida Keys

The Mini Rough Guide to Miami the Florida Keys

We bring together the best that non-stop Miami and the glorious Keys has to offer, from hanging in hip South Beach to snorkeling the Sambrero Reef. Rough Guides trademark reviews of the best value-for-money hotels, bars and restaurants as well as all the sights are keyed to full-color maps.

The Rough Guide to Miami South Florida

The Rough Guide to Miami   South Florida

The Rough Guide to Miami South Florida

Far and away the most exciting city in Florida, Miami is an often intoxicatingly beautiful place, with palm trees swaying in the breeze and South Beach's famous Art Deco buildings stunning in the warm sunlight. Away from the beaches and the tourists, the gleaming skyscrapers of downtown herald Miami's proud status as the headquarters of many US corporations' Latin American operations. Even so, it's the people, not the climate, the landscape, or the cash, that makes Miami so noteworthy. Two-thirds of the two-million-plus population is Hispanic, the majority of which are Cuban. Spanish is the predominant language almost everywhere - in many places it's the only language you'll hear - and news from Havana, Caracas, or Bogotá frequently gets more attention than the latest word from Washington. Just a hundred years ago Miami was a swampy outpost of mosquito-tormented settlers. The arrival of Henry Flagler's railroad in 1896 gave the city its first fixed land-link with the rest of the continent, and cleared the way for the Twenties property boom. In the Fifties, after World War II, Miami Beach became a celebrity-filled resort area, just as thousands of Cubans fleeing the regime of Fidel Castro began arriving here as well. The Sixties and Seventies brought decline, and Miami's dangerous reputation in the Eighties was well deserved - in 1980 the city had the highest murder rate in America. Since then, with the strengthening of Latin American economic links and the gentrification of South Beach - which helped make tourism the lifeblood of the local economy again in the early Nineties - Miami is enjoying a surge of affluence and optimism.

Food and Wine Cocktails 2005

Food and Wine Cocktails 2005

Food and Wine Cocktails 2005

With a sprinkle of fairy dust and a wave of a fairy wand, every little girl can make a fairy wish for a happy, sparkly Christmas. This gorgeous Christmas Fairies book includes fairy spells for a Merry Christmas and encourages children to enjoy the season with love and joy. There are plenty of tips on how to be a helpful fairy at Christmas time, plus loads of Christmas activities, carols to sing, treats to make, and a Christmas story to read. CHRISTMAS WISHES is the perfect gift for all Fairies fans! Ages 2-5 years.

Night Club Bar

Night Club   Bar

Night Club Bar


Foreign Affairs Bulletin

Foreign Affairs Bulletin

Foreign Affairs Bulletin