By Laura Medina
"Love and Hip Hop Miami's" Bobby Lytes and Christopher "Prince" Michael Harty made a pilgrimage to Beverly Hills' Mr. Chow, because according to Bobby, "The Mr. Chow in Miami is in an hotel. It's a different ambiance, a different atmosphere."
If you all want to get along with Christopher "Prince" Michael Harty, just call him, "Prince." That's the name he goes by, not his full name.
They want to experience Mr. Chow in a full-blown restaurant in the heart of Beverly Hills. They got good taste.
Since they were in town for only a few days, they try to pack in as much fun and experience as they can. This is why they feasted for lunch at Mr. Chow, Beverly Hills.
Since we're feasting, the discussion and interview can't help but turn to food, their favorite LA spots and neighborhoods and their insider Miami tips for Los Angelenos wanting the real Miami experience.
Even Mr. Chow's Gamblers Duck is so tender that the meat falls off the bone. He's not crazy about it as he is about the Glazed Pawns with Candied Walnuts. That's his favorite Mr. Chow dish, the Glazed Prawns with Candied Walnuts. He calls them "magnificent."
"My palette is magically blessed."
Those Glazed Prawns with the Candied Walnuts, he calls them "
Prince Michael, "They're all mine."
Mr. Chow Noodles was everyone's universal favorite, goes well with everything.
Actually, Prince Michael never ate at Mr. Chow in Miami. Back home and when at home, he
Now, this is where he offers the real deal local insider tips for those who really want a real taste of Miami...
He patronizes them because they're local, fresh, authentic, and flavorful, not so franchised. Uniquely Miami.
His favorite local haunt is
Don't forget http://www.storymiami.com/ on Thursday, they have Las Vegas -caliber DJs and A-list hip hop artists. Miami is where they want to go away to the beach.
https://www.livnightclub.com/ on Sundays.
https://www.instagram.com/mokaiofficial/ on Wednesdays.
As a veteran LA visitor who's been to LA forty-two times, Prince Michael can be considered a semi-LA local. Since so many of his Miami friends had moved here, he can't helped but be a semi-local who enjoys no more than hanging with his friends.
Here's his local LA routine. Jogging Runyon Canyon with friends. Hit the local dispensaries, it's legal in LA now but not in Miami. For him, it's about enjoying the scene, live in the moment. Believe it or not, he loves hitting the rinks. Prince Michael is a
For him, in his perspective, as "The Prince of Nightlife," Miami is so fast-paced, worrying about what's he's wearing and what he's doing, enjoying Los Angele's natural scenery, the mountains, the hills, the breeze, and the now legalized dispensaries, it's his get-away, a place to chill. Even when he's chilling in those Hollywood night clubs, that image is gone. He gets loose, not so constrained as he is in Miami. Here in LA or Hollywood, he just lets loose.
Because in Miami, it's work, providing the experience for other people, a Millennial concern, focus, and career.
Whenever he's in LA, he gives himself that experience that he gives other people in Miami.
The best advice for anyone who wants to experience the best and the deepest of any city, whether it be LA or Miami, is do what Prince Michael does, practice "Reverse Pretentiousness," keep it chill then you'll experience and enjoy what is unique and best in each city.