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Casa Tua, The de la Cruz Collection, and The New World Symphony: Bob Colacello’s Miami

By Whitewaller

November 30, 2015

Whitewaller is back and ready to bring you all you need to know for the Miami fairs. All week-long we’ll bring you “Insider Tips” from those in-the-know on what to see, do, eat, and drink. Next up, writer Bob Colacello.

“My favorite Miami Beach restaurant is the forever-classic Casa Tua. In the Design District I like Mandolin Aegean Bistro for its simple Greek and Turkish dishes and young, pretty crowd.”

“Get a look at The Miami Marine Stadium in Biscayne Bay before its expected restoration. The venue, which has been closed for over 20 years, has become the most unique canvas for graffiti artists in the country. Catch the New World Symphony at the Frank Gehry concert hall.”

“The de la Cruz Collection is number one in my book for both its serious exhibitions and elegant setting.”

“Jumping in the ocean, God’s art.”

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The print version of this article was incorrectly published attributing Bob Colacello to quotes that in fact belong to Mia Moretti. Whitewaller apologizes for this oversight.

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