It was a slower, more relaxed day around the South Florida blogosphere today, readers. Here's what I rounded up for your evening Sift.
A- Bring your patience and your wallet to El Corral, Miami Beach 411 suggests. That being said, they loved the food.
El Corral serves up as good a burger as you’ll find in Miami. As long as you’re not hung up on gourmet creations, fancy atmosphere, or time constraints, the meat flavor and ingredient quality are on par with any $20 hamburger you’ll find in this city. And while El Corral certainly isn’t the cheapest spot in town (a burger, fries and soda will run you about $15) it certainly is one of the best.B- Cool cycling tee shirts at The Miami Bike Scene.
C- Who knew sticker art was getting so big...at Tropicult.
GO! STICKER is also a sticker fair of sorts from which stickers may be purchased by the gram with special programming inspired by the art of the sticker. Featured stickers range from hand drawn on postage labels to stenciled or screen-printed.D- Foodalogue has a suggestion if you're looking for a Mediterranean recipe featuring lamb meatballs.
Surely, as the stickers made their way around the world – from one one cultural context to another, their meanings continuing to morph but ultimately always in support of the art of the sticker.
E- Florida Keys Girl checks out Chill Bar at the Yellow Green Farmers Market in Hollywood.
The meal was slow paced and delicious. Don’t go here if you are in a hurry – it just doesn’t work. But if you want a relaxing meal, it is worth a try.F- Parking is a very big deal at the Miami-Dade Justice Building, as you can see at Justice Building Blog.
Who did this? Who authorized this and why? Does Judge Soto- the hero of the initial (and infamous) parking lot crisis about a year ago- know about this? Where will we park? Where will young ASA's toting their carts from County Court while gripping their Starbucks latte's walk?