Mariette Williams

Mariette Williams is a freelance writer living in South Florida. Her work has appeared in many well-known publications, and she covers topics like travel, culture, books, and wellness. When she's not traveling, she's lost in a good book. Follow her on Instagram or Twitter.

All Articles From Mariette Williams

Meet the Miami-Based Father-and-Son Pilots Breaking Boundaries

We spoke to John and Chris Curry about the power of representation, their on-the-go fitness tips and their favorite short-haul destinations

Let’s Put the Bahamas Back on Your To-Visit List

New (and newly renovated) hotels, the return of Junkanoo and more excuses to book

This Should Be Your Spring Break Destination of Choice

Including the natural spring that (might) make you look 12 years younger

First Time in Miami? Here’s Where to Eat. 

Five spots we never get tired of dining at across five different neighborhoods

St. Augustine Is Finally Ready to Tell Its Complicated Story

The oldest city in America is home to Lincolnville, an all-Black community that changed history

“Top Chef” Finalist Eric Adjepong on How to Max Out Your SOBEWFF Experience

His dinner at Cecconi's may be sold out, but there’s plenty more on offer at the annual wine and food festival

Beyond the Beaches: A Guide to Turks and Caicos

Step one: order yourself a Providenciales beer called I-Ain-Ga-Lie

All of Miami’s Exceptional Cars Are Headed to Motorcar Cavalcade

We spoke with founder Jason Wenig about why the event is ideal for enthusiasts and newcomers alike, and why he loves Land Rovers and one "dilapidated 1923 Citroën"

11 Holiday Gift Ideas From Independent Brands Around Miami 

Shop local, support Miami-owned businesses and score points with your loved ones

Former Pro Soccer Player and 54D Creator Rodrigo Garduño Shares His Favorite Spots in Miami

These are the Miami-based entrepreneur’s favorite places to eat, sleep and play

This Peach Tart Recipe Came Straight From a Michelin-Starred French Restaurant

How chef Melissa Catra stays true to her roots through pastry

What’s It Like Being Miami’s Nightlife Queen? We Asked Irish Sarah.

Here's how Sarah Lucey, the daughter of an Irish butcher, ascended to the top of the party scene

6 Day Trips From Miami You Can Take on a Single Tank of Gas

North or south, these are trips you won't want to miss

Eat Oysters, Clean Up Biscayne Bay: This New Initiative Is a Tasty Win-Win

Watershed Action Lab is hoping to increase oyster populations by reintroducing shells from local restaurants

Why Vacation on One Caribbean Island When You Can Hop to a Second? 

More volcanoes, more rum tastings, more wakeboarding, more everything

5 Reasons Coconut Grove Is Cool Again

It’s time to head back to CocoWalk, whether you need Sunday brunch or after-hours cigars