Before joining forces to create My Ceviche, Roger Duarte and Sam Gorenstein shared something else in common: appearances on Forbes magazine's "30 Under 30." Roger received praise for creating George Stone Crab, which delivered crab never more than 24 hours off the boat; Sam was recognized for his culinary prowess at The Raleigh Hotel. Together, they combine Roger's passion for seafood and Sam's kitchen know-how to supply fish, octopus, and shrimp ceviche flavored with everything from citrus juices and avocado to radishes and a touch of ketchup. All local and seasonal, the line-caught namesakes often wind up in My Ceviche's bowls of coconut jasmine rice, cilantro quinoa, or mixed lettuces topped with house-made sauces. Guests can also enjoy their ceviche inside tacos and burritos or on its own with a side of kettle-popped corn coated in a secret chili-lime spice, a preparation as breezily casual as a pair of Hawaiian-print cargo shorts.
The grills never shut off at Gusto Express. Open 24 hours a day, chefs serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, for patrons anytime they want it. The menu is centered around classic Mediterranean eats such as gyros and shawarma, but the team is equally adept at slinging out American classics ranging from crepes to bagels topped with salmon and capers, to black angus burgers and fries. And, the restaurant also serves a full drink menu ranging from domestic beers to full bottles of champagne for those looking for a quick nightcap or a place to grab a bite and christen a boat at the same time.
CitySightSeeing Miami encourages tourists not just to see the sights around them, but also to explore them. Professional multilingual guides educate tourists on historical facts and fun city locations, leaving visitors with a deeper knowledge about Miami. When the urge strikes to linger at a tour stop, guests can hop off their double-decker buses and roam alone. Throughout the day, more buses arrive at each stop in intervals to pick up wandering customers and continue their tours while pairing them once again with the bus’s free WiFi and interior AC.
Founded by a trio of Italians, Gelato-go serves up a variety of the delectable treat made fresh each day. Using low-fat milk, cream, and no butters, hydrogenated vegetable fats, or other industrial bases, gelato-makers deliver flavors that blend tastes such as pistachio, strawberry, and stracciatella, or coconut, chocolate, and cream. The menu also includes sorbetto made with seasonal fruits, as well as hot croissants filled with gelato, and the shop gladly accepts bulk orders for delivery.
Cast ashore in Miami Beach Arena, Watersports Paradise occupies the tides with various water-devoted services. The company's environmentally friendly, 100-percent electric boats cruise groups of up to 10 across waves, including during tours helmed by an optional captain. For all things wake-related, such as boarding, surfing, skating, and skiing, certified instructors sharpen skills with lesson packages and clinics. Watersports Paradise can also pull out its map and help plan customized trips, from weekend vacations to corporate events.
Café food goes kosher at Montefiore Café & Restaurant. This breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot’s French- and Italian-inspired menus contain only Cholev Yisroel and Pas Yisroel food, all certified by Kosher Miami supervision. And that includes everything from the chocolate croissant and cheesy mushroom crêpe to the paninis, pastas, and personal-sized pizzas. Montefiori’s team includes English, Hebrew, Spanish, and French speakers who can accommodate a wide variety of guests and share in how weird the word “cushion” sounds out loud.