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Wynwood, Miami (4/13/2013)

Since she knows me so well my girlfriend took me to Wynwood, Miami this past weekend so I could gape at the GULLY graffiti they got in the area.

And I must admit the art scene in Wynwood is dope.

Every 2nd Saturday they got like 50 food trucks parked in a field to serve the hundreds of people who come in droves to bask in all things art related. Vendors sell random stuff across the street from the food trucks. The walking strip is full of art exhibits with work by artists of many different styles. And while you walk to each exhibit you can’t help but be enamored by the street art all around you.

The artistry found around almost every corner, on every wall, makes the label of vandalism seem unfair as it is clear that it breathes life into the area. And adds appeal to the actual exhibits.

That’s enough writing about it…enjoy scrolling:

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I took way more pictures and I know how much you guys love scrolling so I’ll be uploading the rest of my Wynwood, Miami pictures on http://www.TheDailySteez.com later on tonight or tomorrow if I get to procrastinating (which I have a black belt in).

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@PinchoFactory: Taste Bud Heaven

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Pincho Factory is my favorite place to eat when I visit Miami. And apparently I’m not alone. Every time I enter this heaven for taste buds it’s packed with eager customers either devouring their food or on line thinking of what tasty treat to get.

They say a picture’s worth a thousand words so before I describe it I have to show you it first:

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Enough to make your mouth water instantly huh?

It’s fast food. But it’s a novelty. And the goodness you see on that picture is only a fraction of the whole menu.

My girlfriend and I ordered a burger topped with bacon and a unique  buffalo sauce. A chicken pincho that can’t be topped. And some classic cajun fries (those sauces are mango and cilantro).

Needless to say…we had a feast.

Make sure you check out the Pincho Factory next time you’re in the Miami area!