OLA, a ‘Mango Gang’ South Florida Mainstay, Reopens at the Gates Hotel

OLA, the South Florida mainstay that served creative latin cuisine at the Sanctuary Hotel for fourteen years, until it was damaged by Hurricane Irma in 2017, has just reopened at South Beach’s Gates Hotel after moving around for a few years. Always a happening place at the Sanctuary, the restaurant hopes to continue its success with a new executive chef, Chris Castro.

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Hole-In-The-Wall La Sandwicherie is a South Beach Institution

So many South Beach joints can seem, well, insanely touristy. From the sidewalk cafes with their gigantic cocktails on Ocean Drive, to the overpriced, underwhelming restaurants of Lincoln Road, it’s easy to write off the whole neighborhood as one giant gastronomic Times Square. There are some real winners that have been around forever, however, and they still haven’t sold out like many South Beach hot spots.

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Restaurants Doa and Moreno’s Cuba Both Had Reopening Parties Last Night Within Blocks of Each Other in South Beach

There were two very different crowds at the reopenings of Doa and Moreno’s Cuba, two very different restaurants within blocks of each other on Collins Avenue in South Beach last night. Doa was “refreshed” with a “cozier” interior and outdoor terrace dining, while Moreno’s “reopened” at the Dorchester Hotel, after moving from a smaller location at the Riviera Hotel.

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