Shareef Malnik
Where were you born ?
Miami, FL
How long in Miami:
I've lived in Miami most of my life, except after law school when I traveled the world from 1982 to 1990.
Ocean Drive, South of Fifth
Who do you think is the most notable person in Miami?
Craig Robins helped shape the way we live and work in South Beach and the Design District. His developments and projects have never sacrificed the public good for personal greed, but on the contrary have always promoted beauty, art, and designs that are friendly and appropriate. The risks he has taken have resulted in new and thriving neighborhoods that are a testament to his status as a true visionary.
Favorite Restaurant:
The Forge. I built exactly what I like.
Best Sushi:
Best Ethnic Food:
Mr. Chow
Best Italian:
Randazzo's in Coral Gables and Scarpetta at the Fontainebleau
Best place for late night dining:
Au Pied du Cochon
Best dessert:
Date Pudding from Joe Allen. It tastes a thousand times better than it sounds.
Best place for a romantic date:
Casa Tua
Best Sunday brunch:
Hautest Club/Lounge:
LIV at Fontainebleau, Wall at W South Beach
Best place for a power business meeting:
Joe's Stone Crab, where every politician and power broker does their networking
All-around favorite spot in Miami:
The Design District. It is what South Beach was like when it started. It is the future.
If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend?
Favorite shopping venue/boutique:
Dolce & Gabbana in Bal Harbour, the Webster in South Beach, and En Avance in the Design District
Best place to buy Jewelry/Watches:
Buchwald Jewelers and Pastime Inc.
Best Spa:
mySpa at Hotel InterContinental Miami
Favorite Charity Event:
Hotel InterContinental Miami Make-A-Wish Ball, of which I am chairman
Favorite Cultural Event:
Art Basel
Favorite Cultural Institution:
Miami City Ballet
Best Aspect of Miami:
is its tropical environment and diverse ethnic flair. We live in a spicy city near the equator where clothing is minimal and inhibitions are rare. Its diversity is represented in food, clothing, architecture, and art. It's a very c'est la vie town which chooses not to judge but rather is very accepting of all times. If the rest of the world were like Miami, there wouldn't be any wars and there would probably be a lot more babies!
Best Pizza:
Sosta on Lincoln Road from the Quattro boys
Best Lunch:
Juice & Java
Best Gym/Athletic Facility:
The best personal training gym, Elite Health & Performance; The best gym to train at, Equinox.
Best Massage:
Male, Hassel Daniel; Female, Nicole Halkides
Best Limousine/Driving Service:
Aventura Limo, Carefree Lifestyle, and Julio Limo
Best Museum/Exhibit:
Miami Art Museum (MAM), MOCA and The Wolfsonian
Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore:
I love to explore Miami by boat, and have been doing so since I was 13 years old. Whether riding through the labyrinth of canals that make up Miami Beach or up the Miami River in Downtown, I always find something new and amazing. I have also discovered great wreck dives off the coast of Miami Beach and explored them thoroughly. One can explore restaurants, houses, fishing holes, dive sites, architecture, and water sports by boat.
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