It’s unfortunate to note that, in the minds of the majority of the American public, Mexican cuisine is mostly synonymous with the fast food outlets that so recklessly impugn its image. Intent that we, of all cities, should educate ourselves on the wonders and whimsies of this multi-faceted culture’s most charming of foodways, Executive Chef Santiago Gomez of Cantina La Veinte recently returned to his homeland for a two-week tour of the tastes and tones that first inspired him to bring such singularly scrumptious dishes to our shores. Although tight-lipped about the specifics of the new offerings, rest assured that whatever novelties Chef Gomez and his team premiere, they’ll be suffused with the aesthetic excellence and delectable notes that have made this Brickell mainstay such a rousing success; CantinaLa20.com.
Highlighted by one of the most tragic tenor arias of all time “Vesti la giubba,” the original “Tears of a Clown,” Florida Grand Opera’s presentation of Ruggero Leoncavallo’s I pagliacci is a not-to-be missed tour de force.
Step into a world where interior and exterior spaces meld to create a harmonious symphony of design, architecture and functional aesthetics that redefines spaces and leaves a lasting impact. Introducing a curated collection of DESIGN MINDS — industry leaders from some of South Florida’s top design firms who showcase their sources of inspiration and secrets to success.