The start of the rainy season has special significance for those of us fascinated by the food-and-wine scene. And I'm not talking about the fact that we now have moisture falling from the sky, so can expect to be served water instead of having to play by the drought rules and request it. Rather this is a week in which a series of doors opens and closes. The umbrella door opens, and it's wise to carry those handy little objects with you into the restaurant of your choice, because you can't count on the valets to have the forethought to provide such shelter. The stone-crab door, along with Joe's Stone Crab, closes. The door to fresh seasonal produce opens. The door to tourists, for the most part (unless you count visitors from Boca as... More >>>