Sometimes, with all the modern touches, it's difficult to remember Miami's glorious past since not much remains. Sure, we have Vizcaya and the Art Deco district, but our city isn't filled with brass plaques explaining every time a president visited or a writer spent his youth sitting at a certain cafe. That's a shame, because, while we don't go back centuries, we do have quite a colorful history.
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|Orange Blossom is a tribute to classic Miami.|
Take, for example, the Orange Blossom Special, the luxury passenger train that ferried the earliest snowbirds from New York to Miami for the first half of the 20th Century. The festive, citrus-colored train featured upscale food and drink to entertain its passengers for the 35-hour journey.
Some of that nostalgia and luxury is being remembered by Tatanka Guerrero at his latest venture, Orange Blossom, opening at the Boulan South Beach on Collins Park April 10.More »