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Neighborhood Guide: Where to Get the Best Iced Coffee in Miami

By Mallory Evans | Originally appeared in Ocean Drive

Lavender Ice Tea Latte

Lavender Ice Tea Latte

Miami Beach: DIRT

After enjoying a lavender iced latte during a trip to Napa, California, chef Nicole Votano knew she had to recreate this "perfect and delicate" drink at her Miami Beach café, DIRT. "It’s the [ideal] drink for summer, as lavender grows like wildfire this time of year," Votano says, noting that the flavor profile is amplified when paired with one of DIRT’s house-made cherry crostatas or rosemary-spiked rice crispy treats. 232 Fifth St., Miami Beach, 305-763-8548

Where to Spot a Celebrity in Miami Any Day of the Week

By Ashley Brozic | Originally appeared in OceanDrive Magazine

DIRT: When David Beckham is in town, you can almost always find him at DIRT, South Beach’s hippest healthy food spot. It’s a favorite of stars looking for a casual and healthy bite, especially in the AM. 232 Fifth St., 305-763-8548

6 Healthy Salads That Will Keep You Energized This Summer

6 Healthy Salads That Will Keep You Energized This Summer

Billed as a "fine food fast" eatery and wellness bar, Miami Beach’s DIRT has been serving up a delightful assortment of vegetable-centric and seasonal dishes since its inception last November. Currently on deck is the DIRT x JoJo Tea Spring Salad by Tico, a bright blend of veggies finished with matcha tea-infused vinaigrette. When you visit, be sure to order a cup of passion fruit kombucha or private label coffee made with house-made almond and Brazil nut mylk. 

DIRT is Raising the Bar on Eating Healthy and Flavorfully

Originally appears in Ocean Drive Magazine

At South Beach's newest watery, DIRT, you get clean, sustainably sourced, chef-driven fare straight fro the earth. Try the house-made granola and almond milk, proteins free of antibiotics and added hormones, or the quinoa-crusted blue catfish po'boy with zucchini jalapeno slaw. "You can't be pretentious when you call yourself DIRT," says cofounder Jeff LaTulippe of the casual setting.