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Fort Lauderdale’s hugely popular Tap 42 gastropub expanded to Coral Gables. The 6,350-square-foot location is more industrial and modern than the original; its design incorporates colorful reclaimed wood, a living wall and roll-up garage doors for indoor/outdoor flow.

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Dior is the latest designer house to bow in the Miami Design District. The tri-level store replete with a rooftop terrace takes after the SoHo New York store by Peter Marino.

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Booking boats gets a whole lot easier come March 15, when Immidia launches its Miami operations. A cross between Uber and Airbnb, the no-brainer app for luxury transportation worldwide adds yachts to its fleet, whether pleasure crafts or sailboats and catamarans.

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With its eco-conscience mission, 1 Hotel & Homes found the perfect partner in chef Bun Lai whose family owns a sustainable sushi restaurant in the Northeast. His Prey pop-up opened yesterday on the hotel’s rooftop and is expected to be such a hit that it becomes a permanent fixture.

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After opening boutique hotels in Charlotte and Asheville, N.C., MRK Collection expands with the iconic Marlin Hotel in Miami Beach. In 2015 the Florida-based real estate development firm purchased and renovated the entire Art Deco property with serious ties to the music industry.

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After building a reputation at Buccan and Imoto in Palm Beach, chef partner Clay Conley introduces his first venture on the mainland. Grato’s rustic-inspired interior of Carrara marble, dark woods and leather reflects its family-friendly Italian fare—Conley, now a father to two toddlers, understands parents’ need for chic restaurants that welcome children.

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With its year-round indoor/outdoor lifestyle, Miami is the perfect location for Brown Jordan’s new flagship showroom featuring its luxury outdoor furniture collections. Touzet Studio, 2015 AIA Miami Architect of the Year, designed the 8,600-square-foot space with repurposed coral rock and Miami-Dade County pine.

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