The posh River Yacht Club is the latest casualty of Hurricane Irma. Winds and storm surge from the Sept. 10 storm caused “serious damage” to the property, and both the picturesque riverside restaurant and its sushi restaurant, Dashi, will be closed indefinitely, according to a club spokesperson. The building sustained structural damage during the storm, said the club’s public relations representative, Kim Nolan.
Sprinkle some salt on this new restaurant opening, Miami: Salt Bae is coming to the three-oh-five. The man, the meme, the legend, chef Nusret Gökçe, who rose to internet fame by flamboyantly butchering a tomahawk steak and finishing it with a salt flourish, will open his first U.S. steakhouse in Brickell next month, a member of the restaurant’s management team said.
Son ya las cuatro de la tarde, y los doctores aprovechan que la chiquilla todavía no ha comido para hacerle en ayunas las primeras exploraciones. El doctor Carlos de Sola, uno de los más reputados especialistas en aparato digestivo, acaricia a la nińa para tranquilizarla y se la lleva a la sala de rayos X y ecografía. Ninguno de los órganos vitales está dańado pero en la pantalla del ecógrafo observa unos puntitos diminutos, que no deberían estar ahí, en el intestino de Shalini.
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