Zachary Fagenson became the New Times Broward-Palm Beach restaurant critic in 2012 before taking up the post for Miami in 2014. He also works as a correspondent for Reuters.
5 days ago | Restaurant Reviews
Jonel Vajanc has spent much of the past three decades tucked away inside the maze full of stainless-steel equipment and warehouse-size refrigerators and freezers behind Penn Dutch Food Center (3950 N. 28th Ter., Hollywood; 954-921-7144; penn-dutch...
12 days ago | News
A few hours after Hurricane Irma finally left Florida, Miami is essentially on lock-down. Trees cover most streets, downed power lines dangle dangerously all over town and curfews remain in place. So opening for business was basically impossible f...
16 days ago | Food News
With much across town shutting down as Hurricane Irma nears, chefs and restaurateurs are scrambling to batten the hatches and do everything they can to protect their spaces as a potentially lethal storm looms in the future. Yet the main question i...
17 days ago | Restaurant Reviews
Mercato is actually a revamping of Cafe Nuvo, which was run by the same owners and chef Alex Martinez, who's been working in Miami Beach at various restaurants since the mid-'00s. It's now the spitting image of an Italian street scene, fit for a p...
26 days ago | Closings
After 50 Eggs' fast-casual fried-chicken spot in Fort Lauderdale shuttered earlier this month, the Miami Beach Spring Chicken location closed it doors last week, leaving the windows on the Alton Road business, which was once Lime and later BTW (Bu...