Say hello to the latest jewel of the still-growing Douglas Rodriguez restaurant collection, Miami's D. Rodriguez Cuba. Rodriguez, who bears the nickname (title?) of The Godfather of Nuevo Latino, now has restaurants in Philly and Scottsdale as well as a few down in Florida. This, his latest, is an upscale Cuban joint situated in SoBe's Art Deco-laden Hotel Astor. As can be seen from a perusal of the gallery above, the restaurant's look is obviously Miami at its most Miami, with trees, vines, and water fountains all getting equal billing in the Old World/New World space.
Coffee Shop is closed and they can no longer go to Bed (what’s the point without Samantha, anyway?), but the characters of "Sex and the City" are still swapping puns across the tables of New York restaurants