Archive | September, 2013

Authentic Indian Cuisine in Sunny Isles – Copper Chimney

12 Sep

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In the corner of a Sunny Isles strip mall there is a hidden gem of authentic Indian food that should truly be on everyone’s best of Miami list. Copper Chimney is amazing, hands down the best Indian food in Miami! Copper Chimney specializes in Tandoor (clay oven) dishes. The food is spicy; the kind of spicy where your tongue is burning but you still can’t stop eating because it is so delicious. Unless you like your dishes with a lot of heat, ask for mild. We went for medium, it was almost too hot to handle but with the spice came an irresistible burst of flavor.

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Copper Chimney is family owned. The owners are gracious hosts who clearly have a lot of pride for the quality of both food and service. Bollywood movies play in the background while patrons feast on simmering dishes, succulent sauces and baskets of fresh naan. Here is a link to Copper Chimney’s menu, check it out before you go because there are over 50 delicious Indian dishes for you to choose from.

For those of you who feel that Sunny Isles is a little out of your way, there is still hope. I was told Copper Chimney plans to open a second location in Downtown Miami, which we are very excited about.



Copper Chimney

18090 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160

(305) 974-0075

Breaking News for Social Media Apps!

7 Sep

Miami Beach Blog

These last few weeks social media apps have taken large strides.  If you haven’t updated your apps recently I highly recommend that you do so ASAP.  When updating my own apps I recently noticed Yelp, Facebook and Youtube have made some big and long awaited changes.

Yelp has finally made it possible to post reviews directly from your phone, until now you could only draft reviews on your phone before having to post from a desktop.  I already use Yelp as my compass to good food this change will result in even more reviews being posted and therefore making Yelp more reliable.  With this ground breaking update I will be posting many more reviews from my iPhone about the Miami food scene.  Follow me on Yelp for advice on my favorite (or not so favorite) places in Miami.

An updated Facebook app will reveal that Facebook has adopted the concept of hash tags.  You can now use and search for hash tags to see what others are talking about in certain categories, just like Twitter and Instagram.

Frequent users of YouTube will be interested to know that the latest update allows users to continue watching videos while they search for the next video to watch.

If you didn’t know now you know.  Enjoy your awesome updates and have a good weekend!


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