McGraw Tower, Uris Library and Ho Plaza in fall, shot from Barnes Hall.

 

Please join us for an exciting journey of “Lost Restaurants of Miami” presented by our long time member, Hotelie Seth Bramson ’69. Seth’s latest book, the first-ever history of the restaurants and clubs of Greater Miami, has just been published by The History Press of Charleston.

With heavy stock, full color, glossy covers, 144 pages and 121 photographs of restaurants from every part of Dade County, the book will bring warm smiles—and, in some cases, tears of joy—to the reader. Beginning with two chapters on Miami, it moves across the bay to Miami Beach, North Bay Village, 33154, Haulover Beach and Sunny Isles (Beach) and then back to the mainland to Miami Shores, North Miami, North Miami Beach and Aventura and from there goes west to Hialeah, Miami Springs, Miami Lakes and Opa Locka after which it moves south to Coral Gables and South Miami and then down US One to Homestead and Florida City.

Questions:Alex Ponomarenko ’94

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Date April 22 @ 8:00 pm
Venue Miami, FL
Miami, FL
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