"I like to sleep in on Sundays, but a good place to go for brunch is Nemo on South Beach. On Sundays, Nemo's has an endless buffet. The food is a little of everything: vegetarian, new American, Asian, Indian. There's also an endless dessert buffet. It's the perfect place to start your Sunday."


"I used to really be into windsurfing. I would get to Virginia Key Beach on Key Biscayne at 3 in the morning. It's a little beach that's very popular for windsurfing. I'd check the weather, and if I knew it would be a windy day, I'd set the alarm clock for 2 a.m., then drive to the beach and sleep in my Jeep so I could get the first waves when the sun came up. It's really quiet and peaceful on Virginia Key Beach at that time. You feel like you're the last windsurfer on earth. By the time more surfers would come, around 9 or 10, I'd already be gone, headed back home to sleep."

enrique iglesias' miami essentials

pelican hotel, expensive; (305) 673-3373

the tides hotel, very expensive; (305) 604-5070

amalfi ristorante, italian; very expensive; (305) 444-3083

bond st. lounge, japanese;
expensive; (305) 534-3800

carpaccio, italian; moderate; (305) 867-7777

front porch café, traditional american; inexpensive; (305) 531-8300

joe's stone crab, seafood; expensive; (305) 673-0365

la carreta, cuban; moderate; (305) 444-7501

la casita, cuban; inexpensive; (305) 448-8224

monty's, seafood; moderate; (305) 858-1431

nemo, new american; expensive; (305) 532-4550

b>osteria del teatro, italian; expensive; (305) 538-7850

pelican café, international; expensive; (305) 673-1000