Ben FinkIt was a genuine struggle to the topIn yesterday's installment, we listed six chefs, in alphabetical order, who at one point or another in their careers encountered a flop. We continue with the remaining half-dozen:7. Chef: Andrea Curto-Randazzo and Frank RandazzoFlop: Water ClubTalula fo ... More >>
Lamoglia and RodriguezI guess a part of me is really excited about the re-emergence of jazz in South Florida. But the other part of me, the smaller, squeaky-voiced little guy inside who plays Devil's advocate keeps tugging at my strings hoping that this is no passing trend. I don't want it to be ... More >>
A taste of next week's Cafe Review:Rodriguez' ceviches were once seen as radical departures from the lime/onion/cilantro norm. Nowadays you're as likely to encounter a creamed herring ceviche with bagel croutons as you are a traditional rendition, but D-Rod remains the master of marinated raw fis ... More >>
*As being reported on this site and others, Brosia has closed in the Design District. Lots of folks liked it, and the outdoor patio was one of the coolest, but I, for one, won't miss the wavering service and uneven cuisine.*Maison d'Azur has shut its' doors at the Astor Hotel (or is it Hotel Ast ... More >>
Hip-hop for the high life.
In 2008, our city's gastronomic curve trended sharply upward.
Michelle Bernstein's Sra. Martinez will be debuting this Monday in the Design District. On Tuesday the Wynwood hood, which has been quiet as an empty canvas concerning food, will finally have a restaurant: Joey's, a contemporary Italian café at 2506 N.W. 2nd Avenue. Developer Joey Goldman and ... More >>
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Two men come forward to say they saw a man dumping scads of the New Times issue that featured Ron Book. It was Ron Book.